by Nelson Daily Sports on Thursday May 26 2016

The L.V. Rogers Bombers will play for the BC High School AA Boy's Tier II Division Championship after outlasting Hugh Roberts of Richmond 15-10 in semi final action Thursday in Abbotsford.

The final goes Saturday at 11 a.m. when the Kootenay Champs meet Robert Bateman of Abbotsford....

by Nelson Daily Sports on Wednesday May 25 2016

No doubt Leaf hockey fans would like to see a few more wins on the ice.

However, the fan base will be pleased to know the franchise continues to be one of the most successful clubs in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League after Gord Davis announced the team finished in the black...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Wednesday May 25 2016

Sports News

Olympic Skier Gets Fresh Start in Selkirk College Nursing Program

Retired National Cross Country Ski Team member George Grey studies in the Nursing Program at Selkirk College. The passion and drive that took him twice to the Olympics now fuels his quest for a new career helping people.

After traveling the world as a competitive skier, two-time Olympian George Grey has come home to study at Selkirk College launching a new chapter in his life.

Grey, a 36-year-old retired cross-country ski racer, is in his third year of the Selkirk College Nursing Program. Growing up in Rossland, naturally outdoor pursuits were always on his mind and his dream was to compete. The medical profession wasn’t even a twinkle in his eye.

Nelson Curling Club Crowns League Playoff Winners

The Brent Pihowich rink won the Mixed League Saturday at the Nelson Curling Club. The rink includes, from left, lead Karen MacDonald, second Al May, third Kathy Centrone and skip, Brent Pihowich. — Submitted photo

Nelson Curling Club wrapped up the 2015-16 season with its League Playoffs Saturday.

Major winner's included the Nando Salviulo rink capturing the Men's Title, the Marla Dreher rink taking home bragging rights in the Ladies League and the Brent Pihowich foursome walking away with the Mixed Crown.

The Salviulo rink, including third Grand Davidson, second Harry Davidson, leaad Joe Duncan and fifth Bill Levey, defeated the Randy Zelonka rink in the final to capture the title.

Salviulo got past Garry Meadows in the semi final round.

Selkirk College Saints Invite Community to Championship Rally

The Selkirk College Saints captured their fourth straight BCIHL championship on Saturday before a crowd of more than 800 hockey fans. Here, the players and fans celebrate Alex Milligan’s second period goal in Saturday night’s final game against Trinity Western University. — Bob Hall photo, Selkirk College

Support from hockey fans helped fuel the Selkirk College Saints to a fourth straight British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) title this past weekend and now the student athletes are hosting a gathering to celebrate with the community.

The Saints Celebration Rally is set for Wednesday starting at noon on the Castlegar Campus. There will be free pizza, autographs, photo opportunities with the championship trophy and another chance to bask in the glory of a provincial championship.

Kimberley, 100 Mile House advance to KIJHL Championship

Kimberley, 100 Mile House advance to KIJHL Championship

The Kimberley Dynamiters are four wins away from defending the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League title after disposing the Beaver Valley Nitehawks in five games in the Kootenay Conference Playoff Series.

The Nitros booked a ticket to the KIJHL Final after edging the Hawks 3-1 in Kootenay Conference Playoff action Monday night in Kimberley.

Kimberley won the best-of-seven series 4-1 and now meets 100 Mile House Wranglers in the KIJHL Final beginning Friday in the Bavarian City.

Heppler, Kramer spark Hawks past Nitros 2-1 to stay alive in Kootenay Conference Playoff

Heppler, Kramer spark Hawks past Nitros 2-1 to stay alive in Kootenay Conference Playoff

The Beaver Valley Nitehawks live to play again.

Dylan Heppler had two points and Tallon Kramer stopped 26 shots to spark the Murdoch Division Champs to a 2-1 victory over the Kimberley Dynamiters in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League Kootenay Conference playoff action Saturday night in Fruitvale.

Kimberley leads the best-of-seven series 3-1 with Game five set for Monday in the Bavarian City.

The Hawks scored all the goals they would need on the power play in the second period to post their first win of the series.

Selkirk College Saints Cement Dynasty with Fourth Straight BCIHL Title

Spartans’ goaltender Silas Matthys watches as teammates frantically scramble for the loose puck against Saints sniper Jamie Vlanich during action Saturday at the BCIHL Championship series in Castlegar. — Bob Hall photo, Selkirk College

The Selkirk College Saints captured their fourth straight British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) championship  with a 2-1 victory over the Trinity Western University Spartans before a packed house Saturday night at the Castlegar & District Recreation Complex.

More than 800 hockey fans packed the Castlegar arena to watch the Saints clinch the best-of-three final series 2-0 and put the wraps on a magical season.

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