The Kamloops Classics had 10 swimmers compete at the AA provincials in Victoria on the weekend.
The meet featured 350 swimmers from 34 clubs.
Seven of the Classics came home with a total of 17 medals.
Heather Waterous, in the 15-and-over girls, won six medals — two gold, two silver and two bronze, while Ryley McRae, in the 11-year-old boys, won the 100 butterfly while qualifying for the AAA championships that are set for early next month in Richmond.
Marina Ackermann, in the 12-year-old-girls, won a bronze medal in the 200 freestyle.
Sadie Keim, in the 14-year-old girls, won three freestyle medals — silver in the 400 and bronze in the 800 and 200.
Tanner Douglas, in the 12-year-old boys, won the 400 freestyle, while Ally Sandulescu, in the 13-year-old girls, won bronze medals in the 50 and 100 freestyle.
Eloise Ladyman, in the 12-year-old girls, won silver in the 200 butterfly.
The relay team of Waterous, Natasha Harris, Helena Marken and Sandulescu won the 4x50 freestyle and was third in the 4x50 medley in the 15-and-over girls division.
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The Kamloops Sandpipers, one of the great names in local baseball history, are holding a 30-year reunion weekend to coincide with the 40th edition of KIBT that is to run July 12-15.
The reunion will begin as participants gather at the opening game of KIBT on July 12.
Nine holes of golf at the Mount Paul course are scheduled for July 13, with a pub night later at Frick and Frack.
On July 14, the Sandpipers will play an exhibition game featuring players and family members on the Bantam No. 1 diamond beside the NorBrock Stadium parking lot. Game time is 10:30 a.m.
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The Kamloops Heat of the Pacific Coast Soccer League’s Premier Women’s Division picked up four of a possible six points on the road over the weekend.
On Saturday, the Heat drew 2-2 with Coquitlam Metro Ford. On Sunday, Kamloops posted a 3-0 victory over TSS Academy in Richmond.
In Saturday’s game, goalkeeper Taylor Shantz made three solid stops early as her mates found their legs. Taylor Miller gave the Heat the lead in the 26th minute, but Coquitlam tied it before halftime.
With the second half played in a downpour, Courtney Dennill put the Heat out front with a shot from 25 yards with five minutes to play. However, Coquitlam pulled even off a corner kick in the game’s dying seconds.
On Sunday, Marlie Rittinger, on a penalty shot 16 minutes in, and Emily Oliver, off a cross, gave the Heat a 2-0 halftime lead. Miller added her second of the weekend with 10 minutes to play in the second half. Emily Edmundson earned the shutout.
The Heat will be off this weekend and then return to Vancouver for games against Valley Action and North Vancouver on July 7 and 8.
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Madison Kapchinsky of Kelowna won her third straight junior girls title, shooting a 3-under 69 on Monday at the Kamloops Golf and Country Club.
Kapchinsky, who shot 73 in Sunday’s opening round, finished with a 142 total.
Bradlee Jones of Vernon won the junior boys title by seven shots. Jones, who had a first-round 69, came in with a 2-over 74 yesterday, his 143 total giving him the title over Lionel Taylor of Vernon. Nic Corno of the host club was third, at 154.
Defending champion Adam Struch of The Dunes placed fifth, 14 shots off the pace.
Rachelle Nielsen of Summerland was second on the girls side, at 167, with Hannah Watson of Rivershore third. Her score wasn’t available.
The Merritt Golf Club team of Ben and Jason McNiven captured the club team title.
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The Kamloops Sundevils split a Sunday Pacific International League baseball doubleheader with Burnaby at NorBrock Stadium, losing the opener 7-5 and roaring back for a 12-2 victory in the nightcap.
Lee Ingram was tagged with the loss in the opener, giving up six runs, four of them earned, on four hits and three walks.He struck out two.
Cam Strachan led the Kamloops offence, going 2-for-2 with two doubles. Dillon Morgan doubled, walked twice and drove in a run, and Will Devick had a double and two RBI.
In the second game, the Sundevils scored nine runs in the second inning to take a 10-0 lead.
Stefan Lono went five innings for the victory, giving up three hits and a walk while striking out eight.
Devick had two hits, including a double, and an RBI, while Kyle Dhanani singled and doubled and drove in three runs. Dave Hole added a hit and two RBI.
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Outland Roofing got past Oops Cafe 3-1 in a Kamloops Rec Soccer League 30-plus game played Sunday.
Jon Collavini, Volker Wolf and Martin Giguere scored for the winners, while Justin Barbosa counted for the cafemen.
In a 45-plus game, Peter Hack recorded the shutout as Kamcon blanked Frick and Frack, 6-0. Keith Trainor and Todd Wiseman, each with two, Brian Manke and Craig Galbraith had the goals.
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Geremy Guido and Sean Hellingman each scored twice as Fabutan/RMCF scored a 4-1 victory over the Noble Pig in Kamloops Men’s Soccer League play on Sunday.
Bryce Eberle scored for the noblemen.
In another game, Lending Max United dumped Finley United 4-0 on goals from Duncan Schultz, Ben Laidlaw, Bobby Haskin and Mike Stecyk.