B.C. Rivers Consulting defeated Frick and Frack 1-0 in Kamloops Recreational Soccer League 45-plus semifinal action on Saturday, advancing to Sunday’s final.
Chuck Mckenzie was the lone goal-scorer, netting a penalty kick in the 85th minute.
In the other Saturday semifinal, Kamcon defeated Duffy’s Pub 2-1, with both Kamcon goals coming off the feet of Todd Wiseman. Dennis Hori had the Duffy’s goal.
Kamcon’s Sunday performance landed the team a playoff championship to go with its league championship, as it dropped B.C. Rivers Consulting, 2-1.
Didier Toutain had a goal for Kamcon, as did Wiseman. Bob Costeron scored for Rivers on a penalty-kick rebound to make it close, but Steve Johnston’s solid netminding led Kamcon to victory.
In the 45-plus B-cup final Sunday, NRI Distribution defeated RCC FC, 4-2.
Dave Spendlove had a hat trick for NRI and John Coelho also had a goal. Scorers for RCC were unavailable.
NRI’s second-consecutive B-cup victory was backstopped by goalkeeper Duncan Kerr.
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Jensen Law defeated Jay’s Service 3-1 on Sunday to lock up its third straight Kamloops Recreational Soccer League 30-plus league trophy.
Blake Rodgers, Dan Laviolette and Jack Humphrey scored to give Jensen the victory. Richard Reekie scored for Jay’s.
In other 30-plus action on the weekend:
* Houle Electric and Fresh is Best played to a 3-3 draw.
Clint Zimmerman, Ernie Cupello and Reg Longmore had the goals for Houle, with Dave Adema, Fernando Silva and Mick Horton answering for FIB.
* Piva Financial shut out Oops Cafe, 5-0.
Mike Abraham, with two, Mike Dallas, Rob Piva and Franco Cuzzetto had the goals, with Dave Harestad getting the shutout.
* Outland Roofing emerged victorious against IJ Windows and Doors, 2-1.
Frank Faraone and Tim Giles scored for the home-team Roofers and Ashley Robertson put in IJ’s only marker.
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The Kamloops Rattlers under-12 field lacrosse team defeated the North Okanagan Legends 13-4 in Kamloops on Sunday.
Logan Morris, Jax Anderson and Connor Barrett each had two goals in the victory. Caleb Campbell and Nolan Virgo each had a goal and two assists, and Maxem Adam, C.J. Ferguson, Wyatt Jensen, Trey Dergousoff and Gord Ware also scored.
In another Sunday game, Kelowna defeated the Rattlers 9-5.
Dergousoff had two goals in this one, with Logan Morris, Jensen and Millan Webster also getting on the board.
In the U10/U8 division, Kamloops and Penticton/Kelowna merged their teams for an exhibition game.
Campbell had three goals and three assists for the “visiting” team, with Jackson Steed potting two and Webster and Isaac Jack scoring singles.
Anderson had four goals for the “home” team, with Thomas Kenzie scoring twice and Mitchell Tamminga also scoring.
Kade Deacon-Borden was solid all weekend in net for the Rattlers.
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The Sa-Hali Sabres junior girls volleyball team won the 2013 UBC-Okanagan Heat tournament title on the weekend.
The Sabres finished first in their pool, ahead of the Kelowna Owls, the Vernon-Kalamalka Lakers and the Kelowna Christian Knights.
In the playoffs, the Sabres swept the Vernon-W.L. Seaton Sonics (25-13, 25-9), before doing the same to the West Kelowna-Mount Boucherie Bears in the quarterfinals (25-22, 25-23).
In the semifinals, the Sabres defeated Kelowna-Immaculata Mustangs (25-18, 26-24). The Vernon Panthers were the only team to take the Sabres to three sets, in the championship final, but the Sabres emerged victorious (26-24, 23-25, 15-9).
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The Thompson Okanagan Football Club under-15 boys lost 2-1 to the Coquitlam Magnuson Ford Mariners FC on Saturday, but bounced back to win 2-1 on Sunday.
Sunday’s victory came over Burnaby’s Mountain United FC, with Kamloops boys Harminder Padda and Zach Rachynski getting the goals.
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Eric Spence of the River City Racers speed skating club set two personal-best times at a single distance short track meet in Calgary on the weekend.
Spence shaved four seconds off his PB in the 1,000 metres, finishing second in one minute 37.30 seconds. He clipped half a second off his 500m time, finishing third in 47.5.
His sister, Sara, finished third in the 500m and fourth in the 1,000m, and qualified to compete in her first National Short Track Qualifier, which is scheduled to run Thursday through Sunday in Calgary. A national qualifier comprises the top 60 skaters in the country, not counting those competing at World Cup events.
Josie Spence set a couple of provincial records at the Fall Classic long track event in Calgary. She shaved a second off the record in the 1,500m (2:00.53) and 2½ seconds off the B.C. record in the 3,000m (4:11.78).
Tori Spence was unable to compete due to illness.
The Racers will begin their Learn to Skate and Learn to Speed Skate programs on Thursday at McArthur Island Sport and Event Centre. For more information, call Michelle at 250-318-6210.