The Penticton Vees Hockey Club is pleased to announce forward Beanie Richter (’04) has committed to Yale University.
In true "David versus Goliath" fashion, the Penticton Fire U14 B Softball team stunned the softball community finishing with a Silver medal after losing the final game by just 1 run in the 2021 BC Softball Provincial Championship held in North Delta. Throughout the tournament, parents, fans …
The Penticton Vees Hockey Club is pleased to announce the acquisition of forward Brett Moravec (’03) from the Calgary Canucks of the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) in exchange for future considerations.
The Penticton Vees Hockey Club is saddened to announce Steve Gjukich, a long-time lawyer for the Vees and British Columbia Hockey Hall of Fame, passed away Thursday night.
Using the Criss Cross scoring system, Carol Mulligan shot a low-net 58 that was the best among the ladies who played Tuesday at the Summerland Golf and Country Club.
Kelowna’s own Cooper Humphreys, the 2020 Maple Leaf Junior Tour Player of the Year, turned up the heat to win the juvenile boys division and shoot the low overall score over the weekend in the Nicola Wealth Classic.
The Penticton Vees can add another name of their alumni to the National Hockey League as former Penticton Panther Spencer Carbery was named the assistant coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs, the team announced on Saturday.
“I’ve lived here for almost 15 years now – this is home. I think the Vees can help Penticton and its people return to feeling normal, and positive about the future.”
In spite of the ongoing heatwave, we returned to popular Okanagan trails this week — the KVR Trail west of Summerland, Okanagan Rail Trail and Quail Ridge Linear Park — with a few surprises in store.
With the puck set to drop on the BCHL’s 2021-22 regular season in just three months, the Penticton Vees announced a pair of key player signings this week.
Approximately 6,000 homes and businesses in Penticton lost power Wednesday night after a utility pole caught fire in Naramata, according to city spokesman Philip Cooper.
Organizers of youth basketball camps in Penticton are looking forward to getting back on the court after a long timeout due to COVID restrictions.
West Kelowna swimmer Kierra Smith was eating dinner last week when she got the call telling her she would be swimming the 100-metre breaststroke for Canada at the Tokyo Olympics in July.
While they didn’t punch their tickets to the 2021 Tokyo Summer Olympics, two members of the KISU Swim Club, based in Penticton, shone at the recent national trials in Toronto.
Using a baker’s-dozen scoring system, Lorna Nicholson was tops in this week’s action of the Penticton Golf and Country Club ladies league with a score of 47.
The Penticton Vees Hockey Club continues to prep ahead of the 2021/22 season that will look a bit more like Vees fans have been accustomed to, including being in the building themselves to watch all of the action.