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by The Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday Mar 22 2022

Four Glacier gymnasts captured a pair of medals and 12 top-ten placements at the BC Winter Games Replacement Virtual Competition, February 21.

Each Zone in BC had their top six gymnasts participating in this exclusive event.

“We were all very excited that Gymnastics BC decided to host a virtual replacement event for all the gymnasts that have been working towards the BC Games...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday Mar 22 2022

KidSport chapters across BC, including Kidsport Nelson, are encouraging individuals to join the MOVE430 Challenge this April to add more MOVEment to their daily routines and raise funds for KidSport.

Sign up by March 31 to participate.

First piloted by the KidSport Langley chapter in 2021, the MOVE430 Challenge encourages participants to move for at least 30 minutes for each of...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Sunday Mar 20 2022

The Kootenay Conference Final is now a best-of-three series.

The Nelson Leafs posted a pair of weekend wins to even the best-of-seven Kootenay International Junior Hockey League playoff series with the Kimberley Dynamiters at 2-2.

Bryden Pow scored twice, and Rhett Hamilton added three assists to spark Nelson to a 4-1 victory Friday at the NDCC Arena.

Hamilton, leads the...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Friday Mar 18 2022

The Nelson Leafs are hoping home ice is the answer to get back in the Kootenay Conference series against Kimberley Dynamiters when the two teams hook up in Game three of the best-of-seven affair Friday night in the Heritage City.

The Leafs trail the Nitros 2-0 after Kimberley posted Kootenay International Junior Hockey League playoff wins over Nelson, 2-1 Tuesday, and 4-1 Wednesday, in...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Monday Mar 14 2022

The L.V. Rogers Bombers concluded the 2022 High School Boys Basketball season with a tough 63-50 loss to St. Michael’s University of Sannich on the final day of the Provincial AAA Championships Saturday in Langley.

Senior forward Samuel Orasuk led the Bomber attack, finishing the game with 21 points — including four three-point shots.

“(It was a) back and forth...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Monday Mar 14 2022

The Salmo Falcons defeated Stanley Humphries Coyotes 35-20 to capture the West Kootenay Grade 8 Girls Basketball Crown at a tournament earlier this month in Castlegar.

The Falcons, coached by Dale Verdon and Ryan Hutton, finished the season without a loss.

“What an amazing team. . .. As a coach I couldn't have asked for better,” said coach Ryan Hutton.

What was more...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Saturday Mar 12 2022

The Nelson Leafs and Kimberley Dynamiters each advanced to the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League Conference Final after posting divisional-series victories Friday in Frutivale and Invemere.

Nelson rallied from a 3-0 deficit early in the second period to edge Beaver Valley Nitehawks 4-3 to clinch the best-of-seven Murdoch Division Final 4-2.

Meanwhile, Kimberley scored...

by Contributor on Monday Mar 07 2022

We’re getting closer to spring.

However, we're still not out of the woods yet. Just when the roads were clear and the weather was mild, mother nature threw another curveball at us.

Oh well, we had a couple days of snow and then some rain.  It’s slowly transitioning into spring.

And with that, we are spending more and more time on the water.

Here’s the latest fishing...

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