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by Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday Nov 29 2016

To say female soccer in the Kootenays would be the understatement of the year.

Three teams from the Kootenay Whitecaps program cooked with the big dogs during a showcase tournament over the weekend in Seattle, Wash.

"The soccer and the style that these players played with was amazing the watch," said Bret Adams, Associate Head Coach of the Vancouver Whitecaps Kootenay program....

by Contributor on Thursday Nov 24 2016

- Files courtesy Castlegar Rebels Fan Club Facebook page (click here to visit)

The Castlegar Rebels top trio of Ed Lindsey, John Moeller, and Logan Styler put nine points on the board as the Rebels defeated the Nelson Leafs...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Wednesday Nov 23 2016

It was a should-have, would-have and could-have weekend for the Mount Sentinel Wildcats.

Fernie Falcons rallied from a previous loss to edge the Wildcats 3-1 in the final of the Kootenay High School A Girls Volleyball Championships.

The result means the Cats enter the BC High School A Girl’s Volleyball Championship as the second seed out of the Kootenay zone — eighth overall in...

by Contributor on Thursday Nov 17 2016

The Dam City Rollers are excited to get our seventh season rolling - We're starting it off with a home game. Two high caliber local teams, the Dam City Rollers of Castlegar will face off against the Nelson Killjoys.. This game will be full of big hits, fast, agile jamming and strategic blocking.

"The game is changing; it's fast, it's hard, and it's going to leave someone flying into the...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Friday Nov 11 2016

There was a different team with the game played at a different site, but the result was the same.

The Nelson Leafs lost for the sixth consecutive time Thursday night in the Sunflower City, falling to the Castlegar Rebels 4-2 in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action.

The loss drops the Leafs into a third-place tie with the Rebels, which have won four...

by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday Nov 02 2016

Seven Summits Centre for Learning in Rossland hosted a cross-country running race at BlackJack on October 19, with 80 students participating from over a dozen schools.  There was a 2-kilometre race for elementary students, a 4-kilometre race for junior males, junior females, and  senior females, and a 6-kilometre race for senior males.  The Rossland Telegraph congratulates every student, from...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday Nov 01 2016

The wet October weather certainly put a damper on the West Kootenay High School Field hockey season.

However, any ill feelings are definitely in the past as the L.V. Rogers Bombers take flight for the Lower Mainland to compete in the BC High School AA Girl’s Field hockey championships beginning Wednesday in Surrey.

The Bombers, finishing ninth overall in 2015, open the tournament...

by Bob Hall on Monday Oct 31 2016

If the Selkirk College Saints hope to capture a fifth straight British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) title, they will do it with depth.

Flowing into the form that has seen the Saints become the gold standard in the league over the last few years, the Selkirk College squad beat the Eastern Washington University Eagles twice over the weekend to extend their winning streak...

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