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Generals shut out Glacier Kings twice

Sports in brief, Feb. 15

Youth indoor bowls to feature BC’s best

The Qualicum Beach Lawn Bowling Club is hosting the Youth Winter Indoor Bowling championships this weekend.

The two-day competition, Feb. 17-18, will feature former provincial champions. They include Max Bodley-Scott, 2016 U18 champion; Trevor Birrell, 2017 U18 champion; Jason Valchar, 2017 U18 bronze medalist; Emma Boyd, 2017 U18 women’s champion; Luci Ewen, 2017 U18 bronze medalist; and Auzzie Chambers, a Team BC member. The first game will roll off at 2 p.m. on Saturday, and on Sunday play starts at 9 a.m.

Generals shut out Glacier Kings twice

The Quality Foods Oceanside Generals scored back-to-back wins against the Comox Valley Glacier Kings last weekend.

The Generals showed no mercy in both games. Despite having to play on the road in the first game, Feb. 9, the Generals showed no signs of being road weary when they shut out the Glacier Kings 10-0. In the second game at home on Feb. 10, the Generals blanked the Glacier Kings again 3-0. The Generals are in Nanaimo tonight to take on the Buccaneers at 7:15 p.m. at the Nanaimo Ice Centre and on Saturday, they host the Buccaneers at Oceanside Place at 7 p.m.

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