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by Nelson Daily Sports on Sunday May 10 2015

Ready, set . . . go.

The Glacier Gymnastics Club hosted athletes from throughout the Kootenays this weekend for the Kootenay Zone Championships at the Civic Centre-based facility.

More than 200 athletes from from Trail, Castlegar, Creston, Cranbrook, Kimberley, Penticton and Golden t Glacier club in competition on vault, uneven bars, balance beam and floor exercises.

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by Contributor on Thursday May 07 2015

April is in the books, but Kerry Reed from Reel Adventures has all the tips and news for May in the Kootenay Lake Fishing Report.

Kootenay Lake:
 
Spring weather is finally here!  And the water is warming up and so are the fish.
 
With the warmer weather here, we have seen the beginning of our flying ant hatch.  This seems to bring...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday May 05 2015

The Nelson Eagles finished with a 2-2 record at a Spring League Basketball Tournament this past weekend in Kamloops.

The tournament attracted eight teams from Kamloops, Kelowna, Penticton, Prince George and Prince Rupert.

The Eagles opened with wins over Kelowna (58-50)and Valleyview of Kamloops (50-44) before dropping games to Kamloops Phantom (48-38) and South Kamloops (48-34...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Thursday Apr 30 2015

Mount Boucherie Bears of Kelowna scored a late try to edge the L.V. Rogers Bombers 12-7 in High School Rugby action Thursday afternoon at the Lakeside Pitch in Nelson.

Trailing 7-5 with five minutes remaining, the Okanagan squad put together a final push that resulted in the winning score.

“It’s disappointing for sure,” said Bomber sideline coach Michael Joyce.

Joyce said...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Thursday Apr 30 2015

The Kootenay Wildcats are well represented at the 2015 Female U18 BC Cup in Richmond.

The U18 BC Cup is a jamboree format featuring four teams.  The weekend will consist of fitness testing, practices, seminars, and games where players will be evaluated on their performance.
 
The three Kootenay Wildcats are Kendra Waterstreet of Fruitvale, Tiana Ewasiuk of...
by Nelson Daily Sports on Thursday Apr 30 2015

High School Rugby action came to the Lakeside Sports Fields Thursday afternoon. See "Bears stage late rally to ground LVR Bombers" in Sports for complete coverage.

by Nelson Daily Sports on Sunday Apr 26 2015

It maybe spring but the Nelson Leafs are already putting the pieces together for winter and action in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League.

The Leafs welcomed a full contingent of hopefuls at a Prospects Camp this past weekend at the NDCC Arena.

Thirty players and five goalies from the Lower Mainland, Alberta and the BC Interior attended the three-day camp, which...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Sunday Apr 26 2015

Even a little rain could not dampen spirits of hundreds of players as Nelson Youth Soccer opened its house league season for 2015 Saturday at Lakeside.

Players from U6 to U 12 took to the Lakeside Fields for the first games of the season.

Teams have been training on Lakeside fields for the past week.

The season continues until June when the association breaks for the...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Thursday Apr 23 2015

Mike Allan of Nelson edged out Joel Casey of Vernon 3-1 to capture the Men’s A Title at the No-Frills Tournament Sunday at the Nelson Squash Club.

The tournament attracted almost 40 players for the two-day event from Vernon, Cranbrook, Trail, Castlegar, Revelstoke and host Nelson.

Darwin Horning of Nelson won the A-Consolation title.

Paul Lamoureux defeated Darren Hedstrom...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Thursday Apr 23 2015

When the Kimberley Dynamiters took to the ice to celebrate winning the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League championship last month in Kamloops the race for the 2016 title began.

The Nelson Leafs hope to get a jump on the upcoming campaign when the Heritage City franchise hosts a Prospects Camp beginning Friday at the NDCC Arena.

“The purpose of this weekend is to show...

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