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by The Nelson Daily Sports on Wednesday May 18 2022

Nelson Soccer Association teams won a large number of medals during the Terry Walgren Youth Soccer Tournament this past weekend at the Lakeside Fields.

Nelson Selects competed against teams from Creston, Fernie, Castlegar/Trail, Cranbrook and Columbia Valley during the weekend.

More than 45 teams from throughout the Kootenay Zone competed in division from U10 to U18.

The...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday May 17 2022

KidSport Nelson would like invited the public to participate in JERSEY DAY FOR KIDSPORT ON MAY 25TH during KidSport Week across Canada.

KidSport Week runs from May 22-28.

For a donation of $2 or more, encourage employees, friends, students and staff to wear their favourite jersey in support of KidSport!

KidSport is a children’s charity that helps children of families...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Thursday May 12 2022

The Nelson U15 Selects are geared and ready for the upcoming Terry Walgren Soccer Tournament in Nelson.

The U15 Selects traveled to Okanagan Lake Country last month to compete in the Ice Breaker pre-season tournament, earning a silver medal.

Mallard’s Source for sports would like to salute the U15 Selects, and all of the Nelson players with Team of the Week.

The Nelson U15...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Wednesday May 11 2022

The Toronto Blue Jays may be in a bit of a slump on the field, but off the diamond the Major League Baseball club is shining bright in the Heritage City.

The Blue Jays are combining with Nelson Baseball Association to recognize former coach and highly decorated athlete and member of Canada's National Women's team Amanda Asay by hosting a clinic Sunday at Queen Elizabeth Park....

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday May 10 2022

 The Kootenay International Junior Hockey League has always been dubbed a “development league” by scouts and coaches.

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by Contributor on Thursday May 05 2022

Hooray Hooray, it’s the beginning of May.  And our spring fishing is starting to get going.

Here’s the latest reports

Kootenay Lake

Water temps are finally rising after a long-drawn-out spring.  Our temp has been up to the mid 40 degrees, which means the fish are starting to wake up.

Most of April saw some cooler weather and water, and the fishing...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday May 03 2022

The Kootenay Volleyball Club gained some excellent experience against some top-flight competition at last month’s BC Club Championships in Richmond.

The Kootenay Volleyball Club U-17 Girls squad finished winless in six matches, but according to coach Joe Moreira, “wins and/or losses became so irrelevant compared to the team’s performance.”

Moreira said the story behind our finish...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday May 03 2022

The L.V. Rogers Bombers tuned up for upcoming zone playdowns later this month by capturing a tournament a Kootenay High School Girls Soccer Tournament over the weekend in Creston.

The Bombers defeated David Thompson of Invermere 1-0, Stanley Humphries of Castlegar 14-0, Nakusp 9-0 and Fernie 4-0 to finish the tournament undefeated.

LVR was paced by the goal scoring of Hannah...

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