Penticton woman Adrianne Dargie was the lone local racer to earn a spot on the podium in Sunday’s Peach Classic Triathlon.
In the middle of four teams scrapping for the last two playoff spots, only a victory in the last game of the season will suffice for the resurgent Penticton Tim Hortons.
Swedish superstars Daniel and Henrik Sedin headline the class of 2019 to be inducted into the B.C. Hockey Hall of Fame at the annual dinner and auction Friday night at the South Okanagan Events Centre.
Online registration closes Thursday for those wishing to purchase tickets to the annual B.C. Hockey Hall of Fame induction dinner and auction Friday night at the South Okanagan Events Centre.
The team of Ron English, Gerry Chalmers and Barry Palmer logged a 134 to post a one-shot win at the Twin Lakes Golf Resort senior men’s day “four-man team, one low net and one low gross” event on Tuesday.
Ben Cougny potted his league-leading 16th goal of the season as Penticton Dental Centre FC drilled Interior Beverages 4-1 in Okanagan Oldtimers’ Soccer League 45-and-over division action Monday in Kelowna.
While Penticton contemplates the changes in the long-distance triathlon community with the announcement Ironman is returning in 2020, the Peach Classic Triathlon continues to produce a top-quality short course series of events as it has done through thick and thin in the triathlon world.
With their backs firmly against the wall, the Penticton Tim Hortons Pinnacles produced a pair of vital home victories in Pacific Coast Soccer League Premier Men’s Division play on the weekend.
With a recent flurry of college commitments for next year, the BCHL has now reached 164 players committed from the 2018-19 season, eclipsing the previous high of 161 set in 2017-18.
The Penticton Tigers will be looking to ride some momentum as they embark on the last eight games of the B.C. 18-and-under AAA Baseball League and push for a playoff spot.
Penticton Dental Centre FC breezed past Brandt’s Creek Pub to lock down the first half title in the Capri Okanagan Oldtimers’ Soccer League 45-and-over division.
In my last column I wrote about how 55-year-old David Guss had bested all the younger runners to win the Conquer The Lake Half Marathon in Lake Country. Last weekend, at Kelowna’s Jack Brow track meet, he again showed us what an amazing runner he is by setting new Canadian age group records …
A sold-out field of 115 will tee it up for the 33rd annual Penticton and Friends Charity Golf Classic Saturday at the Penticton Golf and Country Club.
The Penticton Vees acquired forward Vincent Nardone from the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League’s Flin Flon Bombers in a three-team deal that sees forward Cassidy Bowes moved to the Alberta league’s Whitecourt Wolverines.
Canadian champions Nam Nguyen, Kirsten Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro will headline the field at Skate Canada in Kelowna this October, meet organizers announced this week.
Penticton Vees alumni defenceman Jonny Tychonick and forward Luke Loheit have been invited to World Junior Summer Camps for Team Canada and Team USA, respectively.
This past weekend, Skaha Lake was filled with athletes competing in the first Interior dragon boat race of the season: the 12th annual Okanagan Super Sprints, and 4th annual 55+ Senior Sprints Challenge.
Zico Pescada and Ben Cougny each tallied hat-tricks as Penticton Dental Centre FC buried last-place R & B Rented Mules 11-1 in Capri Okanagan Oldtimers’ Soccer League 45-and-over division action Monday at City Park in Kelowna.