Before they were friends, Jason Tansem and Grant Sheridan stood opposite each other on opposing benches during a midget AAA game.
The team of Bob Biro, Gary Kennedy, Don Affleck and Grant Olsen logged a 121 to prevail by countback at the Twin Lakes Golf Resort senior men’s day “4 man team, 2 low net” outing on Tuesday.
With six tough road games to start the regular season, the sentiment seemed to be if the Penticton Vees could hang around .500, or even a little better, they’d be in great shape.
The Summerland team of Jackie Clement, Danielle Riley, Jodie Brennan and Linda Angstadt topped the Summerland Golf and Country Club annual four-lady scramble event last week.
The OK Falls Legion Hand Grenades and Roll N Stones Fun Centre Wreckers are the co-leaders after the first week of play in the Penticton and District Dart Association.
Will Kruiper scored twice to give Ward’s Cider a 3-1 victory over Penticton TCA in Okanagan Oldtimers’ Soccer League 55-and-over division play Thursday at Beasley Sports Fields.
After a stunning first-round exit from last year’s playoffs, Fred Harbinson and the Penticton Vees have waited a long time to play a game that matters in the standings.
The team of Jim Haddrell, Martin Nisbet, Eric Johnson and Jerry Sauve collected 92 points to win the Summerland Golf and Country Club senior men’s day "Waltz Time" outing on Thursday.
The Vees swept the defending RBC Cup champion Brooks Bandits out of Penticton – and there’s nothing they’d like more than to see the Alberta league powerhouse again sometime in April.
The team of Brent Levins, Len Arsenault, Allen Krogosky and Gary Napper topped the Penticton Golf and Country Club senior men’s day “stableford” outing on Wednesday.
A pair of Penticton KISU club swimmers were among 800 between the ages of 15-18 who gathered in Budapest, Hungary for the 7th FINA World Junior Swimming Championships Aug. 20-25.
AURORA, Ont. — Just four years ago, Canadian amateur Michelle Liu was leaning on the ropes at the CP Women’s Open to ask LPGA Tour professionals for autographs.
It’s a sport steeped in North America’s indigenous history that’s lent the physicality, strategy and action fans see today in everything from basketball to soccer to hockey, and it’s national championships are coming to Kelowna.