The South Kamloops Titans finished 12th at the B.C. senior AAA boys basketball championship in Langley after losing 109-105 in double-overtime to the South Burnaby Rebels on Saturday.
The game was the highest-scoring in tournament history, and Jacob Adams' 40 points for South Kam were a tournament high for this year. Adams also set a tournament record with 19 made free throws in the loss. He averaged 26 points per game.
Elijah Hillis-Gold had 37 points for the Titans, and led the tournament with 29 points per game - he was named a tournament all-star. Tye Desrosiers had 14 points and 23 rebounds, while Drew Eliason had 12 rebounds to go along with five points.
The Langley-Walnut Grove Gators knocked off the White Rock Christian Academy Warriors 59-53 in Saturday's final.
The Kamloops Blaze under-13 girls soccer team won one game, lost two in shootouts and another in regulation at the season-opening Mayor's Cup tournament in Surrey on the weekend.
The Blaze opened with a 2-0 victory over the Yukon SC Strikers. Sienna Lee and Cassidy Sherwood shared the shutout, with Kate Cartwright connecting on a second-half penalty kick and Ryallie Jorgensen putting the game away with a late goal.
Jorgensen scored an early goal in the Blaze's next game, but a late goal from the Coquitlam Predators tied things up, and Coquitlam won 2-1 in a shootout.
The Blaze lost 1-0 in a shootout in its next game, with Kyra Noble earning MVP honours, before finishing the tournament with a 2-0 loss to the Surdel (Surrey-Delta) Heat. Avery Gilbert was MVP in the loss to the Heat.
Three former TRU WolfPack hockey players helped the Williams Lake Stampeders win the Coy Cup senior AA championship in Kitimat on Saturday.
Andrew Fisher, David Gore and Jassi Sangha helped the Stampeders defeat the host Kitimat Ice Demons 5-1 on Saturday. Gore had a goal in Saturday's championship game.
The Selkirk Saints, meanwhile, won the B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League title Saturday in Nelson.
The Saints defeated Simon Fraser 3-2 in overtime on Saturday to win the best-of-three championship series in two games. Simon Fraser had defeated the WolfPack in the first round of playoffs.
Elli Terwiel of Sun Peaks finished 27th in a Nor-Am Cup giant slalom race Sunday in Squaw Valley, Calif.
Terwiel completed her first run in one minute 8.98 seconds, and the second in 1:07.52 for a total time of 2:16.50. American Megan McJames was first in 2:10.04, with Canada's Marie-Pier Prefontaine third in 2:11.02.
Dirty Brian and the Boys defeated the Jani King Stars 4-3 in a shootout in Kamloops Minor Hockey's night of champions midget final last week.
Tyson Johnston scored the deciding goal in the shootout, after Riley Polacik, for the Boys, and Lucas Colgan, for the Stars, had traded goals earlier. Jake Birkland stopped the last Stars' shot and was named the boys' MVP.
Stars MVP Dallas Stachoski had three early goals to give his side a 3-0 lead. Polacik, with two, and Liam Befurt scored to tie the game, Polacik's second coming with 56 seconds remaining.
Cole Feere and Cole Loring were the goaltenders for the Stars.