High scores in the Monday Night Mixed five-pin bowling league at Rolling Stones Fun Centre in Penticton went to: Chris Bradford, 393 single, 1,021 high four; Mike Elder, 250 high average; Maryann Mackenzie, 276 single; and Chelsea Ealey, 932 four game and 248 high average.

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Yaniv Perets notched his second shutout of the extended pre-season and the Penticton Vees extended their unbeaten streak to eight games after pummelling the West Kelowna Warriors in a weekend home-and-home set.

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 The Penticton Vees used a five-goal 2nd period to help them to their seventh straight Okanagan Cup win in a 7-3 victory over the West Kelowna Warriors on Friday night at Royal LePage Place.

The foursome of Garth Humphreys, Art Lappalainen, Jeff Clarke and Al Thomas won the senior men’s club event Oct. 8 at the Summerland Golf and Country Club.

High scores in this week's Monday Night Mixed five-pin bowling league at Roll N Stones Fun Centre in Penticton were: Chelsea Ealey, 299 single, 1,054 four-game series and 252 high average and Mike Elder, 291 single, 998 four-game series and 252 high average. The top team was Ryland with an 8…

Christine Haessig had a hole-in-one during this week's action of the Summerland Golf and Country ladies league.

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The Penticton Vees used strong efforts from Matteo Costantini and Quinn Hutson to help them to their fourth consecutive Okanagan Cup victory in a 3-2 shootout win over the West Kelowna Warriors on Saturday night at Royal LePage Place.

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 Matteo Costantini provided the game winning marker while Yaniv Perets stopped 31 shots as the Penticton Vees pushed their Okanagan Cup record to 3-0 with a 3-2 victory over the West Kelowna Warriors in a fast-paced matchup at the South Okanagan Events Centre on Friday night.  

The Summerland Golf and Country held its annual ladies “Turkey Shoot” in which the players counted low net scores.  Vijai Vaagen won the “turkey” with a net 68.  

Judy Rowe of Penticton recorded her first lifetime hole-in-one when she aced the par three, 110-yard sixth hole at Skaha Meadows Golf Club. She used a six-iron.

The winning team in this week's action of the Summerland Senior Men's Golf League, with 85 points, included Dennis Glasscock, George Carswell, Nick Coe and Jeff Clarke.

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The Penticton Vees used a four-goal 1st period to help them to a weekend sweep of the Salmon Arm Silverbacks in the opening two games of the Okanagan Cup as they earned an 8-2 win on Saturday night at the South Okanagan Events Centre.

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The Penticton Vees used a pair of goals from Tristan Amonte and Quinn Hutson to earn a dominating 7-0 victory over the Salmon Arm Silverbacks to open the Okanagan Cup on Friday night at the South Okanagan Events Centre.

Jeff Clarke was the overall low net winner in this week's action of the Summerland Senior Men's Golf League with an impressive score of 66.

Len Filek won the Summerland Golf and Country Club men's club championship, finishing with a two-day total of 145.

The Summerland Golf and Country Club ladies used the Stableford method for this week's play in which points are allotted for net bogie, par, birdie, eagle and albatross.

The foursome of Peter Schnurr, Dave Evans, Mike Van Teghem and Chuck Harman finished first overall in the Summerland Senior Men's Golf League which, for this week, counted par points.

In ladies play in Summerland this week, the format was a game called "Ones," in which each hole that begins with these letters are counters.The score is doubled and handicap subtracted to calculate the net score.

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With three teams on the sidelines, the Kootenay International Hockey League will hit the ice Nov. 13 to start a 30-game regular season that will begin without fans in the stands.

Jack Horning had the low gross of the week in Twin Lakes men's league action with 70. Bob Biro had the low net with 70. In the second flight, winners were John Reynen, with a gross score of 83 and Lyle Lowenberger with a net 71. In the third flight, winners were Alex Wilson with a gross scor…

For people interested in parking reform like me, I was eagerly anticipating the discussion that happened in council chambers on Aug. 18. City staff had pitched the idea that the city collect rent for the land that cars owners require to store their machines on the lakeshores and downtown.

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Now that B.C. health officials have announced sports leagues can move into phase three of their restart plans, Lake City Basketball has opened registration for its fall youth leagues, which begin Sept. 21.

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Today (Sunday, August 30, 2020) would have been the 31st running of Ironman Canada in Penticton and the first in eight years.

Bill Webster was the overall low net for the week with a seven-under round of 65 in Summerland Senior Men's Golf action. Other flight winners were Chuck Harman and Rick Drewnisz.

Carol Mulligan was the first flight winner in the Summerland Golf and Country Ladies Golf League with a gross score of 86. Lil Smith was second with 92. Lanette Graham had the low net with 69 and Vi Ward was second with 73.

The City of Penticton’s director of recreation and facilities, Bregje Kozak, is set to depart her role Sept. 4 to pursue a new opportunity in the private sector.

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A  hockey team out of Rossland got some relief after receiving a letter from Osoyoos Indian Band Chief Clarence Louie supporting the continued use of the Blackhawks logo for their organization.

There’s still lots of fun left in summer even during these socially distant times so how about a special bike ride?

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The tentative start date of the B.C. Hockey League’s 2020-21 regular season is still more than three months away, but the Penticton Vees have been busy adding some size to their blue line.