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Oceanside’s Peewee Reds prospects team is off to a great start.
Upper Island Storm U16 Girls punched their ticket to the Coastal Cup final with a thrilling 1-0 win over CCB Elite from Surrey.
Kwalikum Secondary School’s golf team takes to their home course today (April 23) to host a seven-team tourney.
Despite 10,700 kilometre move, Zeyad Al Karsh is at home in Parksville and BSS
Parksville and Qualicum Beach high school soccer teams go head to head
30 players braved the harsh weather for regular season kick off last weekend
Qualicum Beach Memorial Golf Club is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, and there is lots going on.
Kwalikum Secondary School’s golf team is on a roll, having won its first two tournaments of the year.
The Ravensong synchronized swimming team turned in a great showing at the Regional and Recreational Competition.
It was a hail-of-a regular season opener for Parksville’s Quality Foods Royals on the weekend.
Nine days of quality hockey, including Oceanside prospects, to play at Frank Crane Arena
Some 180 enthusiastic kids ages 4-10 turned out Saturday down at Parksville Community Park for the start of the Pony Soccer spring season.
The Upper Island Storm U16 Girls thrashed the West Coast Selects from Maple Ridge 5-0 Saturday in Coastal Cup soccer action.
The Parksville Lawn Bowling Club throws open the doors for its annual Open House this Friday and Saturday (April 19, 20) from 1-4 p.m.
Volleyball Club hosts teams from Campbell River to Duncan
The Upper Island U16 Girls side got it done down Island last Saturday as they edged Bays United 1-0 in overtime.
Parksville’s Quality Foods Royals ready after a good showing at the annual Best of the West baseball tournament in Kamloops last weekend.
Podium of Life Snowsports Academy students learned to shoot last weekend as they tried their hands at the sport of biathlon.
The metamorphosis of Marco ‘the Machete’ Viedas continues, and a couple big wins down Island show he’s right on track.
Head coach of the UBC Thunderbirds helped parents start the local season