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by Nelson Daily Sports on Sunday Jul 30 2017

Team Main Jet came within a whisker of completing a season for the record books.

However, the squad lost out in the A final to finish second overall in the Nelson Mixed Slopitch Championships.

Main Jet, which lost to Total Chaos in the Playoff Final, was the best team during the regular season, winning the overall title.

Mallard’s Source for sports would like to salute...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Wednesday Jul 26 2017

Total Chaos made it two straight Nelson Mixed Slopitch titles over the weekend at the Lakeside Ball Diamonds.

The defending champs pulled away from Main Jet in the middle innings en route to a 17-9 decision in the A Final Sunday in Nelson.

After putting up 19-0 in the regular season numbers during the regular season in 2016 followed by a 5-0 playoff mark...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Monday Jul 24 2017

The future looks bright for a handful of local rugby players from Nelson after the contingent received invites to the BC Provincial tryouts this weekend at University of BC in Vancouver.

Michael Caldecott, Ezra Harding, Rhelmu Wilson-Valdez, Rowan Megale, Adam Strautman and Jake Doss, all from the Heritage City, as well as Ashley van Rensburg of Castlegar were in Vancouver for the...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Sunday Jul 23 2017

Many a Bomber player has used the L.V. Rogers Hangar as a springboard to post-secondary success.

Recently, Bomber basketball graduates Sian Nielsen, Josh Matosovic, Chase Rickaby, Robbie Dixon and Eamon Studer joined former L.V. Rogers coaches to host the 2017 Bomber Basketball Camp at the Hangar in Fairview.

More than 20 players between the ages of nine and 15 years attended the...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Thursday Jul 20 2017
White Rock scored runs in the first three innings en route to a 9-2 victory over West Kootenay Allstars from Trail on opening day at the BC Little League Championships Saturday in Victoria.
The Lower Mainland squad jumped on West Kootenay starter Koa Wintraub for a single in the first frame and four in the second to chase the Nelson pitcher from the game....
by Nelson Daily Sports on Wednesday Jul 19 2017

The future looks bright for minor baseball in Nelson after the West Kootenay Tigers, consisting of a large contingent of Heritage City players, captured the title at the Cranbrook Slug Fest Sunday in the Key City.

The Tigers outlasted the Lethbridge SWLL AAA squad 11-8 to claim the overall title.

West Kootenay opened the tournament with a 19-2 shellacking of the Cranbrook Bandits...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Wednesday Jul 19 2017

The Nelson Neptunes continue to stick to the season plan of using the regular season as a building block for the big prize at the end of the year, the Kootenay Regionals set for August at home in the NDCC Pool.

Nelson finished third to surprising Grand Forks Piranhas during the latest stop on the Kootenay Summer Swim Association season Sunday in Castlegar.


by Nelson Daily Sports on Monday Jul 17 2017

Jaclyn Dexter (Yanke) of Nelson is no stranger to triathlons having competed at the Nelson Cyswog’n’Fun event for years in the Heritage City.

However, now that the local triathlon event has gone the way of the dinosaur, Dexter is forced to take her skills on the road.

Sunday in Penticton — the day after Dexter competed in the Kelowna Across the Lake 2.1-kilometer Swim — the...