Tyler Ho is quickly developing a penchant for scoring big goals in his brief time with the Penticton Vees.
Christmas comes early as Tyler Ho scores with 15 seconds left in overtime as the Penticton Vees beat the Wenatchee Wild 2-1 in front of 3,128 fans at the South Okanagan Events Centre (SOEC), Saturday.
After finally registering their first win of 2019-20, the Osoyoos Coyotes move on to their next objective: Getting back in the playoff hunt in the Bill Ohlhausen Division.
The “Lucky Players of the Week” in the Bad Tattoo Brewery Masters Indoor Soccer League are, from left: Venna Veselka of TC Auto Sales, Dave Cruickshank of Penticton Lock and Key, and Derrick Webb of Harvey-Lister-Webb. Cruickshank won a $25 Bad Tattoo gift certicificate, Veselka and Webb got…
Ben Cougny setting up Peter Toth was a familiar refrain as TC Auto Sales rolled to their second straight win to open the Bad Tattoo Masters Indoor Soccer League season.
With first place in the Interior Division on the line, the Penticton Vees and Salmon Arm Silverbacks open a home-and-home series Wednesday night at Shaw Centre in Salmon Arm.
When the sun is shining in November (and there’s still no snow on the ground), it’s a wonderful time to cycle and hike, especially in the South Okanagan, the mildest area of the valley.
WEST KELOWNA - The West Kelowna Warriors have been purchased and will immediately begin to operate under new ownership. The new owners are principal owner, John Murphy, and local resident, Rod Hume. Mr. Murphy and Mr. Hume plan to be very involved in the day to day running of the team and…
The Brooks Bandits 55-game regular season winning streak came to an end and so did their reign atop the Canadian Junior Hockey League rankings, while the Penticton Vees fell six spots despite losing just one of their last eight games.
Ryan MacMurchy fired five goals as help TLC Wolverines to their first victory of the season in Penticton Men’s Recreational Hockey league play, a 9-8 thriller over the Biscuits.
Cycling around the Okanagan in October can be chilly — like this week’s unseasonal below-zero temperatures — but there are still lots of people using their bicycles for recreation and to get to work.
A revitalized power play and some instant contributions from a trio of newcomers helped the Vees get back to their winning ways as they prepare for yet another weekend on the road.
A berth to the senior girls’ 4A provincial volleyball championships will be on the line when the Pen-Hi Lakers face Mount Boucherie Sat., Nov. 16 at Kelowna Secondary School.
Three straight wins lifted the Penticton Vees three places in the Canadian Junior Hockey League weekly rankings, though it won’t be easy for any of the 131 teams across the land to overhaul the Brooks Bandits.
The Summerland Steam enjoyed a five-point weekend while the Osoyoos Coyotes endured a pair of heartbreaking losses as they bid for their first win of the KIJHL season.
The power play busted out to spark the Penticton Vees to a pair of key road victories on the weekend and keep them hot on the tails of the Salmon Arm Silverbacks in the Interior Division.