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Vernon duo cracks Tour top-10

Vernon duo cracks Tour top-10

Vernon had two players finish top-10 in the Boys 17+ Division of the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour’s MJT Okanagan Junior Championship at Predator Ridge Golf Resort.

Kozak shoots opening-round 75

Vernon’s Conner Kozak carded a 4-over 75 in Thursday’s opening round of the Canadian Men’s Amateur Golf Championships in Winnipeg.
Masters soccer race goes to wire

Masters soccer race goes to wire

The North Okanagan Women’s Soccer Association Masters Division title will be decided on the final night of the regular season.
Thunder's MacDonald rookie of the year

Thunder's MacDonald rookie of the year

Instant impact from six-foot-seven goaltender
Shamrocks keep Shaw hopes alive

Shamrocks keep Shaw hopes alive

The host Armstrong Shamrocks grounded the Kelowna Raiders 12-11 in overtime in Game 2 of the best-of-three Okanagan X-treme Lacrosse League Shaw Cup final Monday night at Hassen Memorial Arena. Game 3 goes tonight in Kelowna.

Reid reliable in playoff round

Vernon’s Paul Reid won a three-man playoff in the Murray GM Men’s Invitational Open Sunday at the Merritt Golf Course.

Canadians struggle in coastal playdown

The Vernon Canadians brought their best, but ran into stiff competition at the B.C. Bantam A Baseball Championships last weekend on the Lower Mainland.

Schuetze shines in WolfPack exhibition loss

Fourth-year post Diane Schuetze rung up 18 points as the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack dropped an 89-45 decision to the NCAA Division 1 Ole Miss Rebels in exhibition women’s basketball play Saturday in Langley.

Apple asking for volunteers

More than 500 volunteer spots need to be filled for the 29th annual Pushor Mitchell Kelowna Apple Triathlon, Aug. 19-21.
Red Wings' Holland happy at home

Red Wings' Holland happy at home

Even on vacation, Ken Holland can’t stop being a manager.