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by Contributor on Thursday Dec 16 2021

Felix Kuhn, of Gray Creek has won the latest $1000 monthly prize draw in the Kootenay Lake Angler Incentive Program.

He receives a $500 gift certificate to Gill & Gift in Balfour and a $500 gift certificate to Crawford Bay Market in Crawford Bay. 

“I am super stoked to have won the November draw," Kuhn said.

"It’s exciting to win such great prizes, and also rewarding...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Monday Dec 13 2021

The Salmo Falcons Junior Boys' Basketball team started the 2021-22 High School season off on fire as the squad captured top spot at the Bomber Invitational Tournament Saturday at the L.V. Rogers Hangar.

The Falcons, finishing the tournament with a 3-0 record, topped the host Bombers 47-28 in the final.

LVR Bombers were substituted into the final after Kootenay River of Creston...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Sunday Dec 12 2021

The Osoyoos Rattlers defeated the host Wildcats in straight games to capture the BC High School Single-A Girls’ Volleyball Championships Saturday at the Mount Sentinel Gymnasium in South Slocan.

The Rattlers, finishing the tournament undefeated, defeated the silver-medal winning Cats 25-20, 25-20, 25-19 in the best-of-five final.

Mount Sentinel entered the contest finishing...

by Contributor on Friday Dec 10 2021

Winter fishing is in full swing.  Boats are heated, and fish are biting!

Here’s the latest report:

The last couple weeks has felt more like a wet spring than early winter.  Lots of rain has caused the rivers to flow and the lake to rise.  The high flows have added a lot of debris to the lake, but we’re still managing to navigate.

The lake...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Friday Dec 10 2021

Mount Sentinel Wildcats finished Day one of the BC High School Single-A Girls’ Volleyball Championships with a 3-1 record.

The Wildcats lost the opening best-of-three match 2-1 to Charles Bloom Secondary of Lumby before rallying to knock off Fort St. James and Ebenezer of Smithers, both by 2-0 scores in respective best-of-three matches.

Mount Sentinel also defeated Kings...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Sunday Dec 05 2021

The Mount Sentinel Wildcats will roll out the red carpet to host the BC High School Single-A Girl's Volleyball Championships this week at the South Slocan school.

BC High School Sports, along with the host venues of numerous volleyball provincial championships, have been scrambling to reschedule tournaments after recent weather events closed many highayws in the province.

Mount...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Sunday Dec 05 2021

Following a year of heartache due to the suspension of High School sports in BC as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, basketball is back.

And the L.V. Rogers Bombers took little time to shake off any rust, knocking off Kelowna Senior Secondary B Squad 72-68 in the final of the South Okanagan Hornets Boy’s Basketball Tournament Saturday in Oliver.

Sparked by Diego Caprara’s 10...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Thursday Dec 02 2021

In a short statement on the league website, the Kootenay International Hockey League announced that the Beaver Valley Nitehawks have been sanctioned for violations under the league’s COVID-19 Vaccination Policy.

The KIJHL statement said the sanctions stem from the participation of two Nitehawks players in team activities, including KIJHL regular season games, at a time when they did not...

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