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by Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday Oct 09 2018

The L.V. Rogers Bombers finished the Chilliwack High School Girl’s Fieldhockey tournament with an impressive 3-0-1 record.

The Bombers scored wins over Sardis (3-2), South Okanagan Hornets (3-0) and Agassiz (3-0). The lone blemish came in a 2-2 draw against Westview of Maple Ridge.

Goal scorers included Elle Schlegel, Skyla Short, Gioia Valk and Rylie Jordhal.

Keeper...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Sunday Oct 07 2018

The weekend began with the Nelson Leafs taking a step backwards.

However, once the final buzzer sounded in Fruitvale Saturday night, it was evident the Green and White had bounced back from the albeit, brief, setback to return to form as the top team in the Murdoch Division.

Nelson posted consecutive Kootenay International Junior Hockey League wins over rivals Castlegar Rebels (6...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Friday Oct 05 2018

Nelson Curling Club is set to begin its 120th year of ‘Curling in the Queen City’.

“The ice is going in”, which means open ice begins October 9th and 12th at the Curling Club, located next to the NDCC Arena.

Registration night has a 6 p.m. start, so curlers will not want to do miss out, come down for some practice and a slice of pizza and wash it down with some amber...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Friday Oct 05 2018

The Nelson Leafs finished the month of September with a 7-1 record, good enough for top spot in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League Murdoch Division.

And the Leafs can thank sniper Ryan Piva for providing the majority of the offence during the run.

The Trail native was recognized for his breakout month by KIJHL voters as Piva was selected Kootenay Conference Player-of...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Thursday Oct 04 2018

Nelson Youth Soccer grad Julia Burkart has been a strong recruit for the Thompson Rivers University Varsity Soccer squad this fall.

Burkart has fit in quite well with Wolfpack following a sensational career with NYS Selects, helping the U18s capture the BC Provincial B Cup this past summer.

The rookie defender has played most of the minutes during the season for TRU.

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by Nelson Daily Sports on Thursday Oct 04 2018

The L.V. Rogers Bombers tested their skills against some of the best teams in the province at the Kamloops High School Boys’ Soccer Tournament this last week in Spoolmak Country.

The Bombers finished the two-day event with a 1-1-3 record.

“The team played very well overall, especially considering how many junior players were brought to the senior tournament,” said Bomber coach...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Wednesday Oct 03 2018

Hume Innkeepers  made it look easy, waltzing to back-to-back titles as the Mallards Men’s Open soccer championship.

Hume dominated a short-handed Old Dogs squad, scoring early and often en route to an 8-2 victory.

Mallard’s Source for sports would like to salute Hume Innkeepers with Team of the Week.

The team includes, Kevin Lewis, Greg Kinnear, Dallas Mould, Mitch...

by Contributor on Tuesday Oct 02 2018

A fun day of soccer is planned to remember Kerry Dyck.

The Kerry Dyck Memorial Thanksgiving Soccer Tournament is scheduled for Saturday, October 6 at Lakeside fields.

The format of the tournament is strictly fun. People interested in playing can simply register and pay online. Once registered the players will be selected onto random teams.

“We held the tournament last year...

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