Elana Lovell and the Calgary Dinos won silver at the CIS women’s hockey championship in Toronto on Sunday.
The Dinos lost 3-2 to the Montreal Carrabins in the championship game. Calgary had won the tournament in 2012. Lovell, from Kamloops, had an assist in the game.
Meanwhile, the UBC Thunderbirds beat the Queen’s Gaels 2-1 in the fifth-place game. The T-Birds, featuring Kamloops’ Nikola Brown-John, were taking part in their first CIS championship.
Brown-John finished the tournament with one assist in three games.
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The TRU WolfPack hockey team had its season come to an end Saturday with a 5-2 loss to Simon Fraser at Memorial Arena.
SFU won the best-of-three B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League semifinal series 2-0, and advanced to the league final to play the Selkirk Saints. Selkirk swept Victoria in its opening series. The best-of-three championship series will start Friday.
SFU, which had won 6-4 in Burnaby on Friday, scored Saturday’s first five goals. Bruin McDonald, Jesse Mysiorek, Christopher Hoe, Brenden Silvester and Jono Ceci scored for SFU, with Ben Van Lare dishing three assists and Evan Kuryio making 27 saves.
Duncan Schulz and Tyler Jackson scored third-period goals for TRU, and Shane Mainprize made 30 saves.
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The TRU WolfPack baseball team went 1-3 in a pair of weekend doubleheaders on the Lower Mainland.
The WolfPack beat the Douglas College Royals 4-1 on Saturday, before falling 5-2 to the UBC Thunderbirds.
Jake Hein was the winning pitcher, allowing one unearned run in five innings while striking out five. Cam Strachan, Dave Hole and Landon Briscoe each had two hits, with Strachan crossing the plate twice and Hole driving in a run.
Alex Reid was tagged with the loss in the nightcap, as he was tagged with two earned runs in six innings. Luc Simpson had three hits in the loss, and Erik Herbranson was 2-for-3 with an RBI.
Douglas counted a 4-2 victory on Sunday. Mike Riddle took the loss, going four innings, with Hole and Simpson each smacking three hits.
The T-Birds handed the WolfPack a 10-1 loss to end the weekend. Watara Asaoka went six innings in the loss, allowing five runs. Hole had three hits, including a double.