Category Archives: CENTRAL OKANAGAN

Kaos Salvage Win For Senior

The legend lives on. With two of the patriarch’s granddaughters on the team, the Kelowna Kaos won the women’s portion of the fourth annual Andre Blanleil Sr. Memorial Fastball Tournament on the weekend at King Stadium. Courtney Blanleil hit a single and … Continue reading

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Brodt’s No-hitter Accents A’s Weekend

Three members of the 2015 Okanagan Athletics have secured baseball scholarships to colleges in the United States. After Matt Brodt’s performance on the weekend in Langley, he could very well be following in his teammates south of the border. Lorne White/Okanagan … Continue reading

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Taya Hanson On Guard For Canada

Kelowna’s Taya Hanson has an opportunity to take on the world. The Grade 9 Dr. Knox Middle School student was among 12 players officially announced today in Toronto as members of the Canadian U16 cadette basketball team that will compete next week at … Continue reading

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Career Round Leads To Jr. Golf Title

Brody Anjo of Kelowna played the round of his life on Saturday and then survived a shaky Sunday to win the Zone 2 (Thompson-Okanagan) Junior Tour golf championship. Carding his first-ever sub-par round (71) on opening day of the 36-hole tournament … Continue reading

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OGC Athletes Contribute To B.C. Silver

op performances by Okanagan Gymnastics Centre helped Team BC claim second place overall at the Western Canada Cup tumbling and trampoline championships in Calgary. Jaylin Otteson and Abby McDonald teamed up to take the bronze medal in the Provincial 3 … Continue reading

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Minor Football To Ride Flag Wave

While the host teams weren’t among the medalists at the seventh annual B.C. flag football championships, the Kelowna Minor Football Association is expected to be the big winner later this fall. A record 116 teams and about 1,200 players competed … Continue reading

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Ogopogos Overall Winners In Merritt Meet

A contingent of 53 Kelowna Ogopogo Swim Club athletes combined for a 250-point margin of victory in the team competiton at a summer meet in Merritt on the weekend. While the Ogopogos reigned as the winning team, numerous individual swimmers … Continue reading

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High School Rugby Talent Showcased

The bad weather held off and the stars came out on Thursday at Parkinson Sports Fields. About 70 players showcased their talents in the annual Central Okanagan Rugby Enthusiasts high school all-star games. PRC selectors, UBC Okanagan coaches and Kelowna Crows … Continue reading

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Central OK Hall Welcomes Five

Two inductees who reached the pinnacle of their sport and three who helped others attain theirs, will be welcomed officially into the Central Okanagan Sports Hall of Fame Museum in November. Announced on Tuesday as the newest inductees into the hall … Continue reading

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