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Oceanside's 49-0 win extends unbeaten record to 4-0
It’s back to the drawing board for the Save-On-Foods Oceanside Generals, as they look to rebound from a pair of sobering losses.
Susan Paterson wins fifth straight title to earn a course record amid a lot of good golf
Landon Dziadyk nets game winner with eight minutes left
Oceanside’s U16 Buccaneers survived two games in heavy rain against the Vic Field 2 Titans, extending their win streak to five games.
The Save-On-Foods Oceanside Generals landed a couple big signings last week, including Qualicum Beach’s Kade Pilton.
Despite a tough win-loss record, Qualicum Beach’s Giroux leads league in saves
Kids playing well, even in the winter-like weather
The first Annual Hole-in-One Golf Shoot-Out was a big hit with those that turned out, but nobody grabbed the Buick.
The JV Whalers had a big 32-16 win over the Barsby Bulldogs while the varsity team suffered a 28-0 loss to the Windsor Dukes in North Van.
Fairwinds has been voted best on Vancouver Island by readers for the 2013 B.C.’s Best — People’s Choice Awards through BCLiving.ca
The Kerry Park Islanders are in town to take on the Save-On-Foods Oceanside Generals Saturday
Neil Worboys spent his summer at two major sporting events in B.C. and Italy
Wednesday is a big day at Qualicum Beach Memorial Golf Club as 32 entries in three flights take to the course.
The Save-On-Foods Oceanside Generals salvaged a point on home ice Saturday night with a 4-4 tie
Season-opener's a success for both Buccaneers teams
The Parksville Lawn Bowling Club is hosting its annual Jack and Jill Pairs Tournament this Friday through Sunday.
Qualicum Beach played host to six teams and over 100 master’s soccer players from across the upper Island this past Sunday.
The Oceanside Special Olympic swim program has started again for the session, and 18 participants turned out for their first day back.
Dist. 69 Recreation and Parks is officially launching its adaptive hockey program Oct. 17.