The ladies’ league at the Summerland Golf and Country Club opened its safe, socially-distanced 2021 season this week using an odd-or-even format.
The Penticton Vees used a three-point performance from Luc Wilson and a 20-save shutout from Kaeden Lane to help them to their third win in a row with a 6-0 victory over the Trail Smoke Eaters on Thursday night.
Despite playing in a small pod with two other teams, the Penticton Vees created some space for themselves with a pair of wins to start the shortened 2020-21 B.C. Hockey League season.
The Penticton Vees used a four-goal third period and two from Tristan Amonte to help them to back-to-back wins to begin the season in a 6-3 win over the Cranbrook Bucks o Saturday night at the South Okanagan Events Centre.
The Penticton Vees used a multi-point effort from Frank Djurasevic and 27 saves from goaltender Kaeden Lane to earn a season opening 4-1 victory over the Trail Smoke Eaters on Friday night at the South Okanagan Events Centre.
With the beginning of the 2021 season taking shape, the Vees, in conjunction with the BC Hockey League and Shaw Communications, is pleased to announce that each of the 30 games will be broadcasted live on the Shaw Community Spotlight.
A week of alternating sun and overcast skies had the Sheriff and Constant Companion Carmen conflicted on whether we should hike, bike or squeeze in another ski day. And CCC wants to start kayaking.
Now more than ever it’s important to stay active and enjoy the great outdoors, and Hoodoo Adventures is going that extra mile to make it possible for its many clients.
CALGARY — The Western Hockey League announced Tuesday it has been granted approval by the B.C. Provincial Health Office to play in bubble environments in Kamloops and Kelowna this season.
Kieran Koltun is accustomed to the Okanagan sunshine beating down on him during football practice for the Kelowna Owls. But the 17-year-old wide receiver is headed into a whole new level of heat as a scholarship athlete for Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth.
After a warm January and the departure of the polar vortex, the third week of February saw a return to, um, relatively normal winter weather in the Okanagan Valley.
After teams skated just a handful of games in the fall, the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League has announced the cancellation of the rest of the 2020/21 regular season and playoffs, including the Teck Cup championship.
Two local athletes were among 18 across the country selected to participate in the Swimming Canada Virtual Distance IM Camp, which took place late last month.
When Jordan Kober hits the slopes today for a World Cup freestyle moguls event at Utah’s Deer Valley, he’ll be in good company as a member of the world’s top 10.
A celebrated franchise in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League has ceased operations for the remainder of the 2020/21 season after members of the organization tested positive for COVID-19.
Justin Kripps and his Canadian crew locked up third place in the Overall World Cup four-man standings for the second straight year after sliding to the bronze medal on Sunday in Igls, Austria.
IGLS, Aut.—Justin Kripps and his Canadian crew locked up third place in the Overall World Cup four-man standings for the second straight year after sliding to the bronze medal on Sunday in Igls, Austria.
Bob Lindsay, a man vital to the success of the Okanagan Sun football team and a builder of community sport for decades, died Jan. 21 after a six-year battle with cancer.
KONIGSSEE, Ger.— Justin Kripps of Summerland and Cam Stones slid one spot short of the World Cup two-man bobsleigh podium on Saturday in Konigssee, Germany.
The National Hockey League’s Central Scouting bureau released an updated version of the Players to Watch on Friday afternoon ahead of the 2021 NHL Entry Draft, including Penticton Vees forward and captain, Fin Williams receiving a ‘C’ grade.
If there’s a positive that came out of COVID-19, it was the opportunity for Mike Langin and 25 other Canadian officials to officiate at the recent World Junior Championship in Edmonton-Red Deer.
ST. MORITZ, Sui.—Justin Kripps and his Canadian bobsleigh crew slid to the World Cup podium in both the two- and four-man events on the same weekend for just the fourth time of their career, and first ever at the birthplace of the sport in St. Moritz, Switzlerland.