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by Nelson Daily Sports on Wednesday Jul 05 2017

There's been a bit of a blip in the Whitecaps Youth Soccer Camp after it was realized that Major League Soccer star Kendall Waston, who was to attend the camp in Nelson, is unable to make his way to the Heritage City.

Waston is still recovering from injury and is remaining in Vancouver for rehab.

However, in replace of Waston, players will be happy to hear is none nother than...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Wednesday Jul 05 2017

A handful of Nelson Youth Soccer teams have taken to the road to represent the Heritage City Association at the BC Soccer Provincial B Cup in Surrey and Vernon.

Four boy’s squads open play Thursday at the Les Sinnott Memorial Tournament in the Central Okanagan while three girl’s teams traveled to the Lower Mainland to participate in the BC Soccer Provincial B Cup.

All teams open...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday Jul 04 2017

Balfour Golf Club professional Craig Wilkinson is a great supporter of finding a cure for ALS.

So much, that last week (June 26) Wilkinson golfed 200 holes in the sunrise to sunset fundraiser to support of those living with ALS, playing for 11 hours, 27 minutes, and 26 seconds to achieve the mark.

Wilkinson began the day at 6 a.m., finished with six round scores of  69, 70, 73,...

by Boundary Sentinel on Monday Jul 03 2017

The Seattle-Cheney Studs scored the winning run in the bottom of the 10th to walk off the Alaska Goldpanners 3-2 in the final of the 2017 Grand Forks International Baseball Tournament Sunday under sunny skies at James Donaldson Stadium.

The victory earned the Studs the grand prize in the money baseball tournament while the Goldpanners took home second place cash.


by Nelson Daily Sports on Sunday Jul 02 2017
Granite Pointe at Nelson is hosting the top young players in the BC as the Rosemont Course plays host to the BC Juvenile Golf Championship August 15-18.
To help with the cost of the tournament, Nelson Legion generously made a $1,000 to the...
by Nelson Daily Sports on Wednesday Jun 28 2017

Neptune swimmers were back in the competitive pool during the weekend as Nelson travelled to the East Kootenay to compete at the Creston Waves Kootenay Summer Swim Association meet this past weekend.

Nelson finished fifth in the seven-team meet as Castlegar took over top spot with a first place finish.

Surprising Grand Forks Piranhas finished second with host Creston third.

by Nelson Daily Sports on Wednesday Jun 28 2017

Players attending the Whitecaps Youth Soccer Camp next week in Nelson will receive an added bonus as Major League Soccer star Kendall Waston is slated to make an appearance during the week long event.

“We are going to blessed with the presence of Club Captain and Costa Rician international Kendal Waston,” said Brett Adams, Associate Academy Head Coach of the Vancouver Whitecaps FC....

by Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Jun 27 2017

Update, July 3, 2017:

On Friday, June 30, the climbing team made it to within 60 vertical metres of the summit of Mount Logan, but were prevented from reaching the peak by severe white-out conditions. They exercised caution, and retreated to Camp Five, their highest camp on the mountain.

The following day, they descended to Camp Three, again in white-out...