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Anthony Crowther puts one up on Monday night as KSS Jr. Kondors took on Woodlands.
With three games in three days, the Save-On-Foods Oceanside Generals had their work cut out for them throughout the weekend.
With Santa Claus watching, the Ravensong Breakers once again showed their stuff at the 14th annual Christmas Cracker Meet.
In it’s first year, the School District 69 hockey program is having early success among the students.
Golden Shoe up for grabs again in annual Qualicum Beach tournament
Parksville senior boys basketball team at Comox tournament this weekend and hosts North Islands this season
The Ballenas Whalers senior boys basketball team started their season off on the right foot this past weekend in North Vancouver.
Aubrey “Bam Bam” Morrow's quest to capture the Canadian Middleweight Championship ended in shocking fashion.
Michaela Witte has been taking her sophomore season in stride with the Camosun Chargers in Victoria.
Conner Mowatt, scoring on a breakaway, and the Save-On-Foods Oceanside Generals will look to add more wins this weekend against Nanaimo.
Two former Ballenas Whalers took to Investors Group Field in Winnipeg last weekend, with only one leaving the 103rd Grey Cup with a ring.
Qualicum Beach’s Brayden Eriksen is back on the golf course once again in Spain, this time for The San Roque Club tournament.
The Oceanside Midget Generals got a quick start to their season, going unbeaten in their first six league games.
The Save–On–Foods Oceanside Generals are on a bit of a roll, winning two out of three games last week and four of their last seven.
Local trainer among 260 at Popeye’s Fall Classic competition in Coquitlam
Great times for local swimmers, including fastest 10-year-old in the country
Sochi Olympic athlete with local connection is back from retirement and competing at a high level
The only question in the Parksville Qualicum Beach region is who to root for Sunday
The Sandy Shores Skating Club has been busy kicking off their winter and hosting the Vancouver Island Interclub Competition.
Parksville’s junior team is tearing through the B.C. High School playoffs; in Burnaby Thursday