Glenn Douglas posted the shutout as Jensen Law dropped Oops Cafe 2-0 in a Kamloops Recreational Soccer League 30-plus game Sunday.
Ryan Gentile and Keith Davis had the goals for Jensen.
Meanwhile, in another Sunday 30-plus game, Riverland Inn defeated U District, 3-2. Gino Covaceuszach, Ashley Robertson and Rory Edwards scored for Riverland.
Mike La Rocque had a goal for U District.
In a 45-plus game Sunday, Kamcon edged Ideal MSP 2-1. Brian Manke and Jon McAusland scored for the winners, while Ken Spivak replied for Ideal.
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Katie Hohensee and Skye Griffith of the Kamloops Sunrays teamed up to finish 15th in the 16-18 duets category at the Canadian Open synchronized swimming championships in Victoria on the weekend.
Both girls also competed in the 16-18 solos, with Hohensee taking 18th and Griffith finishing 22nd.
In the junior duets, Carly Helgason and Naomi Woolverton finished 26th overall. Helgason was 24th in the junior solos, while Woolverton was 31st.
“I was very proud of our athletes,” wrote Sunrays head coach Morgan Smith, in an email. “It can be overwhelming being a small club at such a big meet, but I felt that the girls competed with the grace, strength and determination that we aspire to create in our athletes. They all put down strong performances under pressure and I was proud to stand beside them as their coach. We also saw many incredible synchro routines and are inspired and motivated to come back next season even stronger.”
Smith also noted that this was Helgason’s last competition with the Sunrays, as she will be heading off the university — while continuing to train in synchronized swimming — in the fall.
“We are sad to see her go as she has long been our club’s top performer as well as a leader and inspiration to many young athletes below her,” Smith wrote, “but we wish her well in her journey and look forward to seeing her again on the pool deck next year.”
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Three berths at the provincial AA tennis championship are up for grabs at today’s Okanagan championship.
Okanagans, to be held at the Kamloops Tennis Association and at Charles Anderson Park, will feature six teams, including Kamloops’ Sa-Hali Sabres and Valleyview Vikings.
The Kelowna-Okanagan Mission Huskies are the top seed, followed by Sa-Hali.
The provincial AA championship is scheduled for May 24-26 in Burnaby.
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The Kamloops Heat and host West Van FC tied 1-1 in a Pacific Coast Soccer League reserve division game Sunday.
The Heat had beaten Vancouver’s TSS Academy 5-1 on Saturday in its first game of the season. Kamloops’ next match is scheduled for May 26, against the Mid Isle Highlanders in Nanaimo.
Lee Bauer scored the Heat’s Sunday goal, converting a passing play that included Kyle Fertile and Darren Dinsdale.
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Steen Karpluk had a goal to help Finlay United defeat Bread Garden 2-0 in a Kamloops Men’s Soccer League game Sunday.
Kyle Morgan had the other Finlay goal.
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Jennaya Motokado of the Kamloops Gymnastics and Trampoline Centre won a silver medal at the Western Canadian gymnastics championships in Langley on the weekend.
Motokado, 10, finished second on the vault in the pre-novice elite. She also was 11th on bars and beam and 13th on floor to finish 12th all-around.
Emily Matthew, 10, won a team gold medal in the pre-novice aspire. Matthew was 10th on the vault and floor, was 15th on bars and 16th on beam. She was 15th all-around.
The KGTC will take 17 athletes to the Delta Invitational in Ladner on the weekend.