by Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday Feb 21 2017

Prince Charles turned the tables on the host Bombers in the third quarter to edge L.V. Rogers 94-90 in Kootenay High School Boy's Basketball action Tuesday afternoon at the Hangar.

Trailing 46-38 at the half, the Creston-based squad outscored LVR 29-13 to erase the deficit.

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by Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday Feb 21 2017

Nelson Toyota and Empire Coffee booked tickets to the semi final round after posting wins on opening night of playoff action in the West Kootenay Men's Basketball League Monday at the L.V. Rogers Hangar.

Chris Kalesnikoff and Clay Rickaby combined for 41 points to lead Empire Coffee...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Monday Feb 20 2017

The Trafalgar Thunder Boy's Basketball team won two of three during a recent trip to the Central Okanagan over the weekend.

The Thunder defeated Pleasant Valley of Armstrong (69-19) and Kalamalka of Vernon (47-44) during the three-game swing.

The lone setback came against...

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Nelson & District Credit Union hosts Puck Toss Finale during Friday's Leafs game

Staff of Nelson & District Credit Union and members of the Nelson Leafs organization recently met to promote NDCU’s member appreciation night  and $1000 NDCU puck-toss finale planned for the Nelson Leafs game against Golden Rockets on Friday, January 6, 2017. — Submitted photo

There's a lot more on the line Friday at the NDCC Arena than the Nelson Leafs taking on the Golden Rockets in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action.

The Nelson and District Credit Union is hosting its member appreciation night  along with the $1000 NDCU puck-toss finale during Friday's KIJHL Kootenay Conference contest between the two teams.

The winner of the NDCU puck-toss will take home one NDCU $1,000 term deposit.

As well, NDCU members who show their NDCU MemberCard at the ticket booth will get into the game at a discounted rate.

Bombers host hoop tournament beginning Friday at the Hangar

Bombers host hoop tournament beginning Friday at the Hangar

School has resumed and so has the High School Basketball season at L.V. Rogers in Nelson.

LVR kick off 2017 by hosting the Bombers Senior Boy's Basketball Tournament beginning Friday at the Hangar.

Five teams, Nakusp Cougars, Fernie Falcons, Mount Sentinel Wildcats, Selkirk Storm of Kimberley and Osoyoos Rattlers,  join the host Bombers in this annual event.

The Bombers tip-off the tourney Friday afternoon against Nakusp at 2:15 p.m.

Fernie meets Mount Sentinle in Pool B play at 4 p.m. before the Bombers tangle with the Storm at 6:30 p.m.

Mallards Team of the Week — Team Hatrick Swayze

The team includes, back row, L-R, Maddie Sternloff, Mitch Melanson, Ryan Lewis, Luke Mori, Titouan Chopin, Danny Santano and Kevin Lewis. Front, Ameeta Bhabra, Abbie Willans, Brynn Forsey and Taylor Stewart. — Submitted photo

It sure looked easy on paper, and on the scoreboard.

Team Hat-Trick Swayze coasted to the Co-Ed Open Division crown at the Nelson Youth Soccer Winter Tournament held during the holidays at the Indoor Facility on Cedar Street.

The Team cruised to the title in the three-team open division.

Mallard's Source for sports would like to salute the squad with Team of the Week honours.

Hawks Ghirardosi sinks Leafs in Overtime

Leafs captain Sawyer Hunt attempts to screen Beaver Valley netminder Tallon Kramer during Saturday's New Year's Eve KIJHL contest at the NDCC Arena. — Bruce Fuhr photo, The Nelson Daily

Good teams find ways to win.

And taking a look at the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League standings, the Beaver Valley Nitehawks are one of those good teams.

As a matter of fact, Beaver Valley, winners of seven of eight games, is the best team in KIJHL with 53 points.

The Hawks added to their league best 25-4-1-0-2 record by scoring a 2-1-overtime victory over the hometown Nelson Leafs in KIJHL action Saturday afternoon in the annual New Year’s Eve contest at the NDCC Arena.

Leafs host Nitehawks in annual New Year's Eve Clash

Leafs Dale Howell and Karten Jang of the Hawks resume the Murdoch Division rivalry Saturday during the annual New Year's Eve clash at the NDCC Arena. Puck drop is 2 p.m.

As common as octopi hitting the ice in Detroit for a Red Wings NHL game, the Nelson Leafs teams host hockey games with a New Year’s Day twist.

The tradition began during the Western International Hockey League days when the Senior Maple Leafs clashed with archrival Spokane Jets in the annual New Year’s Day clash.

After the Senior Maple Leafs folded, the tradition was rekindled at the junior level, shifting back a day to New Year’s Eve when Nelson was a member of the Rocky Mountain Junior A Hockey League.

Joseph, Rickaby pace Team 1999-2003 to top prize at Bomber Alumni Basketball Tournament

Tourney organizer, Jeremy Phelan prepares to toss up the ball between Adam Berg (left) and Tobin Eberle during the opening game of the 2016 Bomber Alumni Basketball Tournament Boxing Day at the Trafalgar Middle School Gymnasium. — The Nelson Daily photo

Florian Joseph and Chase Rickaby were too hot to handle in sparking Team 2006-08 to a 72-63 victory over Team 1999-2003 in the final of the 2016 Bomber Alumni Basketball Tournament Boxing Day at the Trafalgar Middle School Gymnasium.

The dynamic duo of former Bomber point guards led the victors to the early lead then snuffed out any rallies by Team 1999-2003 with shots from downtown.

Joel DeVito and Ben Irving also chipped in on the scoresheet for Team 2006-08.

Mike Vance, Matthew Fuhr, Jeremy Phelan, Brody Blair and Leo Grypma paced Team 1999-2003.

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