Sports scoreboard

Stats, standings, results and schedules of upcoming competitions

  • Nov. 17, 2016 12:00 p.m.

ON DECK

 

Saturday, Nov. 19

Rep hockey — Midget Generals v. Sooke, 2:15 p.m., Howie Meeker

Rep hockey — Bantam Generals v. Nanaimo, 4:30 p.m., Howie Meeker

Lawn bowling — Mixed triples indoor tournament, QB Lawn Bowling Club

 

Sun., Nov. 20

Junior B hockey — Oceanside Generals v. Peninsula, 2:30 p.m., Oceanside Place

Women’s soccer — Oceanside United v. Courtenay Kickers, noon, QB Fields

Lawn bowling — Mixed triples indoor tournament, QB Lawn Bowling Club

 

HOCKEY

 

Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League

2016-17 Standings

Through Nov. 15

 

North Division

Team    GP    W    L    T    OTL    Pts

Campell River    22    18    4    0    0    36

Comox Valley    22    14    7    0    1    29

Nanaimo    23    12    11    0    0    24

Oceanside    20    5    14    0    1    11

 

South Division

Victoria    22    14    5    0    3    31

Saanich    21    14    5    1    1    30

Kerry Park    21    8    11    1    1    18

Westshore    19    6    10    2    1    15

Peninsula    22    3    16    0    3    9

 

Saturday, Nov. 12

Nanaimo 5 Oceanside 3

Sunday, Nov. 13

Kerry Park 6, Oceanside 3

Thursday, Nov. 17

Oceanside at Victoria, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 19

Oceanside at Comox Valley, 7:30 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 20

Peninsula at Oceanside, 2:30 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 26

Westshore at Oceanside, 7:30 p.m.

 

DARTS

 

District 69 Darts League

2016-17 Standings

Through Nov. 8

 

Team    Matches    Points

Cascadian Bristle Bashers    8    172

QB Legion Short-sighted Crew    8    171

Allwood Finishers    8    167

Eagles Hall Straight Arrows    8    163

Parksville Legion Shooters    8    161

Harris GM Hot Rodz    8    135

QB Legion B-Sharps    8    84

Parksville Legion Warriors    8    71

Eagles Hall Bulls    8    64

 

Week 9 results

Tuesday, Nov. 8

Straight Arrows 18, Bristle Bashers 15

Short-sighted Crew 19, Shooters 14

Hot Rodz 25, B-Sharps 8

Bulls 19, Warriors 14

Allwood Finishers bye

 

High scores

Ted Ducker, Bashers    140

Terry Strawson, Bashers    140

Sean Ferguson, Short-sighted Crew    135

Don Punter, Short-sighted Crew    133

Kelly Kovacs, Warriors    126

Adam Jenkinson, Bulls    125

Angie Kienas, Hot Rodz    117

John Berry, B-Sharps    114

Don McIlhargey, Straight Arrows    108

Jim Fraser, Shooters    100

 

SOCCER

 

Mid Island Women’s Soccer League

2016 Standings

Through Nov. 13

 

Team    GP    W    L    T    GF    GA    Pts

Cermaq Outlaws    7    7    0    0    31    1    21

Nanaimo    7    5    2    0    14    10    15

Nanaimo Wheatys    6    4    1    1    12    6    13

Oceanside United    7    3    3    1    14    14    10

Courtenay Kickers    6    2    1    3    12    9    9

Marine Harvest    7    3    4    0    13    16    9

Alberni Athletics    6    1    4    1    5    22    4

CVUSC Revolution    6    0    5    1    4    17    1

Courtenay Shooters    6    0    5    1    3    12    1

 

Sunday, Nov. 20

Courtenay Kickers at Oceanside, noon, Qualicum Beach Fields

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