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Hard work and defence driving Ballenas Secondary School team’s success on the court
Qualicum Beach’s Brayden Eriksen is playing in his third Gecko Tour event since his return from the winter break.
Young players in the Parksville Qualicum Beach region benefit from Vancouver team’s efforts
The Oceanside Running Club (ORCA) continued their successful start to the 2016 Winter Series at the Cedar 12K.
Cyrus Kienas eyes up a target on Sunday morning at the 3D Harry Tutton Memorial Shoot at the Dorman Range in North Qualicum.
The local Save–On–Foods Oceanside Generals’ season has come to a close, after a hard-fought win over the Panthers.
Parksville high school basketball team finished fourth at the North Island tournament
The 2016 Tim Hortons B.C. Senior Curling Championships kicked off Tuesday, featuring two local teams.
The Ballenas senior boys basketball team hopes to win on home court to advance to the Vancouver Island finals.
Both the Whalers and Kwalikum will be in action at Wellington Secondary School for the AA senior girls Island tournament, starting Thursday.
The Save-On-Foods Oceanside Generals earned a split last week, beating the Nanaimo Buccaneers and losing to the Campbell River Storm.
Andrew McLane, right, shields an attacker as the Shady Rest Eagles took on their counterparts from Nanaimo at Arbutus Meadows recently.
Both local high school basketball teams advance to Island championships this weekend
Felix Richter and Steven Schan, both members of the Oceanside Track and Field Club, were in Seattle earlier this month.
The Ballenas Whalers senior girls basketball team look to continue their fine play heading into the North Island tournament today.
Coach says Parksville team isn’t playing hard enough to show they want to win
QBLBC hosting indoor Bowls B.C. men and women March 4-6
Mid-Island team with four locals looking to top impressive season at championships
Qualicum Beach’s Connor LaCouvee’s Boston University Terriers are back in the finals of the Beanpot tournament
Parksville senior boys high school basketball team hopes to level off their Jekyll and Hyde season