John Stump earned the shutout Sunday as Jay’s Service blanked Fresh Is Best 2-0 in a Kamloops Recreational Soccer League 30-plus game.
Kent Bojda and Makr Mackenzie scored the goals.
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Brett Pound of the WolfPack men’s golf team finished tied for second in the first tournament of the Pacific Western Athletic Association season on the weekend in Parksville.
Pound, who is returning to the WolfPack after a season away, shot 73 and 69 for an overall individual score of 142. He was two back of the leader, Will Deck, of UBC-Okanagan.
TRU’s Ryan Skinner shot 82 and 77, his 159 leaving him tied for 21st. Nic Corno shot 165 and tied for 29th.
Other WolfPack scores were Matt Davis, 79-87—166; Matt Rittinger, 96-81—177; and Blake Gozda, 93-87—180.
The men were sixth in the team competition, at 632. The University of Fraser Valley Cascades took tournament honours, at 590.
On the women’s side, Natasha MacKenzie, now in her second season with the WolfPack, finished fourth in the individual competition, with a two-day score of 167. She was six strokes back of the leader.
Britt Riehl finished at 202, with rounds of 100 and 102.
The WolfPack finished third in the team competition, at 369.
The Cascades won it, at 322.
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The atom Kamloops Broncos beat the host Kelowna Lions 33-18 in Southern Interior Community Conference play on Sunday.
Quarterback Sheldon Aitken had 16 carries for 210 yards, including two touchdowns. He was 1-for-5 passing, with one touchdown pass to Issa Diaou.
Jamari Tate had six carries for 58 yards, and also had an interception.
In another game, the pee wee Broncos fell to the Lions, 30-0.
In what was their first game of the season, the Broncos had two fumble recoveries in the first half. Tristan Hunt, Thomas Dyck, Elessio Louvros and Jake Thoms all had strong outings.
Tailback Michael Macdonald was named the player of the game, carrying the ball 18 times for 45 yards.
In the final match-up of the day, the junior bantam Broncos were beaten by the Lions, 30-6.
The Lions had a successful day on the ground and took a 24-0 lead into the second half.
But Kamloops’ Brendan Manion came out of the intermission with a running game of his own, carrying the ball 12 times for 94 yards and a touchdown.
Broncos middle linebacker Reeve Martin had four tackles and a fumble recovery in the second half.