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The Storm are looming this week, and Oceanside’s Save-On-Foods Generals are looking to batten down the hatches.
Three teammates, three different results, but in horseshoes, it’s the camaraderie and love of the game that keeps them coming back.
If the Ballenas Whalers were looking for a good test before the start of the new senior high school football season, they got it Saturday.
Any players interested in signing up for field lacrosse (boys or girls) can pick up registration forms at Oceanside Place or Jim’s Gym.
Longtime skipper Dave Wallace, and the bantam aged players take to Springwood Park for an exhibition game Sunday.
Qualicum Beach Rec Fields will be soccer central Sunday as the Shady Rest Eagles FC kicks off its season with a full slate of games.
With a second year coach the Oceanside hockey team is focusing on development
National players return to their roots on Parksville Beach
Save-On-Foods Generals’ played strong first 40 minutes but fall in the third period
Ballenas Secondary School’s football teams both posted pre-season wins last week.
The Ballenas Secondary Whalers rolled over the Spectrum Thunder from Victoria 51-0 in AA B.C. High School Football preseason action.
A busy weekend, but for two local teams the games themselves were secondary, as they took time to honour the memory of Lukas Whibley.
You can chalk up another medal, this one of the gold variety, for players from the Lighthouse Floor Curling Club in Qualicum Bay.
A reminder the Parksville Lawn Bowling Club will be hosting the George Gibson Open Mixed Triples this week, Sept. 4-5.
The 13th annual Panters Classic old-timers hockey tournament is fast approaching.
Local track star brings home rare gold from the Canada Summer Games in Quebec.
Ukee the six-month-old Woodle (a wiener dog/miniature poodle mix) enjoys a summer afternoon car ride
Inaugural camp kick starts Rage girls softball season
The Save-On-Foods Oceanside Generals are a busy bunch this weekend, including an important fundraiser Saturday.
The Thrifty Foods Orcas from Parksville captured their third gold medal in the past four years in softball at the B.C. Senior Games.