The Chase Heat had a rough trip through the KIJHL’s Neil Murdoch Division on the weekend.
The Heat, which lost 3-2 in overtime to the host Beaver Valley Nitehawks on Friday, lost 6-1 to the Rebels in Castlegar on Saturday and 7-0 to the Leafs in Nelson on Sunday.
Chase will be home to the Revelstoke Grizzlies on Friday, 7 p.m., at Art Holding Memorial Arena.
The only Heat goal on Saturday or Sunday was scored by Shayne Woodland, in the second period of Saturday’s game.
The Kamloops Storm didn’t play on Saturday nor Sunday. The Storm next plays Friday when it meets the Braves in Spokane.
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A 24-8 loss to the host Kelowna Lions on Sunday has left the Kamloops peewee Wildcats at 2-5 in the Southern Interior Football Conference.
The Wildcats are off to Salmon Arm on Sunday to play the Colts.
Quarterback Carsen Day hit Cameron Treadwell on a 53-yard touchdown to open the scoring Sunday, and racked up 100 yards passing to receivers Treadwell, Mattias Nelson and Thomas Dyck.
Day also had it working on the ground, as he, Ben Prokopetz, Marcus Kyle, Adam Buholzer and Michael MacDonald combined to rush for 100 yards.
Nick Berry had seven tackles to lead the defence, and Sean Smit had an interception. Colby Griffiths recovered a fumble, and Mathew Stanhope, Callum Gorman, Denzel Marican, Hudson Williams, Victor Church and Jake Toms combined for 15 tackles.
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The Kamloops Fencing Club is getting ready to play host to “Fencing For Food” on Saturday.
The club will be holding the event from 2-4 p.m. Basically, people can get free fencing lessons if they bring a food donation for the Kamloops Food Bank. The club holds its practices in the Boys and Girls Clubhouse on McArthur Island.
The club held a similar fundraiser in 2011.