James Clarke

The Peewee Reds (from back left): Chris Brot

Peewees tee up for B.C.s

Oceanside Peewee Reds win Island finals and move on to provincials

The Peewee Reds (from back left): Chris Brot
The body language said it all Sunday as PLBC's Jim Muir reacts to a great shot by one of his teammates during Sunday's Men's A Division final while Qualicum Beach's Brian Salmon watches on.

Local bowlers shine at annual triples tourney

The 12th annual Royal Canadian Legion Branch 49 Men’s and Ladies Triples Tournament is in the books.

The body language said it all Sunday as PLBC's Jim Muir reacts to a great shot by one of his teammates during Sunday's Men's A Division final while Qualicum Beach's Brian Salmon watches on.
OTFC provincial medalists (from left) Kyra Blyt

OTFC bring gold back from B.C.’s

Local track athletes excel in provincial championships despite Kamloops heat

OTFC provincial medalists (from left) Kyra Blyt
MOSQUITO REDS: From back

AAA Mosquitos ready to make noise at B.C.s

One of the best teams out there, working really hard

MOSQUITO REDS: From back

Gold Bowl fun

Beautiful blue skies, sweltering heat and great greens were the backdrop for this weekend’s Gold Bowl played in Nanaimo.

Orthodox finals

Oceanside’s Masters Mixed Orthodox Softball League wrapped up its season Friday and it was the Sliders hoisting the hardware.

Local Special Olympians return from Langley

Oceanside’s Special Olympians are back home feeling great about their game after a strong showing at the B.C. Special Olympics Summer Games.

The Oceanside Reds — Back Row (L to R) Head Coach Rob McGorman

Reds ready for Cloverdale Aug. 1-5

Oceanside team of 10 year olds fundraising to continue their great season

The Oceanside Reds — Back Row (L to R) Head Coach Rob McGorman
PGOSA pickleball club's Pat Chapman leans into a return while teammate Fran Beatty watches on during their spirited match at the outdoor lacrosse box last Friday.

Pickleball in full swing

Fun new sport picking PGOSA up players in Oceanside

PGOSA pickleball club's Pat Chapman leans into a return while teammate Fran Beatty watches on during their spirited match at the outdoor lacrosse box last Friday.
The Oceanside Track and Field Club.

OTFC shines at Junior Development Championships

The Oceanside Track and Field Club’s Junior Development program wrapped up recently.

The Oceanside Track and Field Club.
Nanoose Bay's Emily Bau

Maybe best Island Classic event ever

Riders of wide age and skill levels have a great day and entertain many spectators

Nanoose Bay's Emily Bau
Sharks' captain Ian Whibley marks his team's Island title in Courtenay last Thursday with one of his Raven counterparts.

Sharks win Island

Oceanside lacrosse team looking to keep it going at provincials

Sharks' captain Ian Whibley marks his team's Island title in Courtenay last Thursday with one of his Raven counterparts.
The Island's Vesta Fire will be holding circus camps in Boswer and in Parksville Aug. 12-16.

Circus class

The RDN is offering an awesome Circus Camp this summer, through Vesta Fire Entertainment.

The Island's Vesta Fire will be holding circus camps in Boswer and in Parksville Aug. 12-16.
Home grown righty Nic Annau

QF Royals split two double headers

Struggling young team played well against North Shore Twins and Whalley Chiefs

Home grown righty Nic Annau
Parksville Rage coach and driving force Kris McNichol

Developing the sport of softball

Parksville’s Rage Fastball Club has had a season to remember with a record number of girls giving it their all.

Parksville Rage coach and driving force Kris McNichol

Minor ball honours own

From the ball diamond comes word Oceanside Minor Baseball has been busy honouring their own.

Qualicum Beach's Tom Freeman shows off the hardware he earned as regional champ after qualifying for the RE/MAX World Long Drive Championships.

Qualicum Beach man qualifies for world championships

Tom Freeman, heading for Nevada, hadn't even planned to take part in the qualifier

Qualicum Beach's Tom Freeman shows off the hardware he earned as regional champ after qualifying for the RE/MAX World Long Drive Championships.
Helping the UVI Storm mine silver at the A-Cup provincials last weekend in Langley were local players Bronwyn Kirk

UVI Storm mine silver at B.C.s

Three Parksville Qualicum Beach players excel on one of province’s best teams

Helping the UVI Storm mine silver at the A-Cup provincials last weekend in Langley were local players Bronwyn Kirk

Royals’ final double headers

Parksville’s Quality Foods Royals are home for their final two double headers of the BCPBL season this weekend.

Bowls B.C. event in Qualicum Beach

The Mens’ and Ladies’ Provincial Fours are coming to Vancouver Island July 12