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by The Nelson Daily Sports on Monday Oct 31 2022

L.V. Rogers grad Ryan Lewis capped an amazing regular season of Canada West Men's Soccer by being selected to the Second Team All Star squad Thursday.

The Thompson Rivers WolfPack men's soccer star, who played youth soccer in Nelson, joins teammates Jan Pirretas Glasmacher (First Team All-Star), ...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Monday Oct 31 2022

The West Kootenay will be well represented at the upcoming BC High School Cross Country Championships set for Saturday at Royal Roads University in Victoria.

More than 45 runners qualified for the provincials following Kootenay Zone Championships held last week at the Salmo Ski Hill.

The Zone Championships attracted more than 100 runners from  from Fernie, Jaffray and...

by Contributor on Thursday Oct 27 2022

Jude Moore did his part for the Kootenay Lake kokanee salmon this summer, hauling dozens of predatory trout out of the lake and winning a new kayak for his effort. 

“My family caught around 60 trout at Davis Creek this year,” said the 11-year-old kids’ derby winner from Nelson.

“I think I entered 30 fish in the draw this summer.” 

Kids under 15 years of age can enter the...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Wednesday Oct 26 2022

It’s been quite a week for Nelson Minor Hockey grad Dryden Hunt.

The speedy winger was claimed on waivers last week from the New York Rangers by the Colorado Avalanche

Hunt, 26, has tallied one point (1g/0a) in three games with the Rangers so far this season. Signed by Florida as a free agent on March 2, 2016, he has totalled 41 points (13g/28a) in 168 career NHL contests with...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday Oct 25 2022

Two Kootenay Chaos runners won gold medals at the BC Provincial Cross Country Club Championships this past weekend at Crescent Park in South Surrey.

Matti Erickson and Dawson Abraham both captured gold medals in their respective races.

Erickson, who travelled from the University of Oregon where the Chaos runner is on scholarship with the Ducks team, won the gold in the U20...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Monday Oct 24 2022

A combined effort between the local Safeway and the Nelson Road Kings Engine Raffle raised $36,386.13 for Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation to be used in the purchase a mobile ECG Machine for Kootenay Lake Hospital.

Any remaining funds will go towards Kootenay Lake Light up the Hospital. 

Mallards Source for sports would like to recognize the fundraisers as Team of the Week....

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Monday Oct 24 2022

The L.V. Rogers Bombers added a second-place finish to the trophy case following action at the Selkirk High School Girls Volleyball Tournament Saturday in Kimberley.

The Bombers, who played most of the tournament without a full roster as some of the players did not make the trip due to prior commitments, lost in the final to Fernie.

Add into the mix that star middle blocker Abby...

by Contributor on Monday Oct 17 2022

Jared Domin’s late summer fishing trip to Kootenay Lake was a double win, dominating a family fishing wager and scooping up $1,000 in prizes in the Kootenay Lake Anger Incentive Program monthly draw. 

The Sparwood resident has been visiting the lake regularly with his dad in recent years. 

“I spend a bit of time there when I was younger and then I started coming back last year to...

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