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by Nelson Daily Sports on Thursday Nov 11 2010

By Bruce Fuhr,
The Nelson Daily Sports


The Selkirk College Athletic department is looking to reload after the school had its application for dispensation denied by the British Columbia Colleges’ Athletic Association (BCCAA) Executive earlier this week.

“We have to analyse where do we go from here,” Selkirk College Athletic Director Kim Verign told...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Thursday Nov 11 2010

It was a target many thought was impossible to reach.

But don’t tell that to the Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation board which recently topped the $1.5 Million mark on its CT scanner fundraiser.

The board met for a photo shoot at the money-meter in front of Nelson City Hall to paste up the final few feet of colour of the CT scanner campaign meter.

Roger...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Thursday Nov 11 2010

By The Nelson Daily Sports

The Nelson Leafs are hoping to build on a mini two-game winning streak when the club plays a pair of Murdoch Division opponents in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League weekend action.

The Leafs travel to Fruitvale Friday to face the Beaver Valley Nitehawks before returning home Saturday to host the Grand Forks Border...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Thursday Nov 11 2010

By The Nelson Daily Sports

Kootenay Wildcats rearguard Aimee DiBella has another honor to add to the career.

The feisty DiBella was recently chosen runner-up for the Female Midget AAA player of the month for October.

The player-of-the-month award was claimed by Reaghan Chadwick of Fraser Valley Phantom hockey team. Chadwick started the season...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Thursday Nov 11 2010

By The Nelson Daily Sports

The Nelson Leafs roll out the red carpet on the annual Nelson Minor Hockey Peewee Rep Tournament beginning Friday at the Nelson and District Community Complex and Civic Centre Arenas.

Six teams from Castlegar, Cranbrook, Creston, Elk Valley, Spokane and Trail join the Leafs in the weekend tournament.

Nelson opens play...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday Nov 09 2010

As an athlete at South Slocan’s Mount Sentinel High School, Katie Wayling has done it all — well almost everything.

Moving from Stanley Humphries in Castlegar during her Grade 9 year the budding volleyball/basketball star made an immediate impact on the varsity girl’s teams.

During the four years at Mount Sentinel Wayling was part of a pair of provincial titles, both — B.C. High...

by Anonymous on Tuesday Nov 09 2010


Reel Adventures Fishing Charters Fishing Report
By Kerry Reed

Kootenay Lake:

 
It’s happening. This is my favorite time of the year for fishing Kootenay Lake.

The water temperature has finally dropped to that perfect number and yes, the fish are feeding well. 

At the beginning of October, the fish were scattered throughout the...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Monday Nov 08 2010

By Bruce Fuhr,
The Nelson Daily Sports


It’s definitely a step back for the athletic program at Selkirk College.

The Castlegar campus athletic department has had its application for dispensation denied by the British Columbia Colleges’ Athletic Association (BCCAA) Executive.

The college wanted the BCCAA executive to allow only the women’s...

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