KGHM International Team 1 defeated KGHM International Team 9 by a score of 7-5 in Tuesday night midget recreational hockey action.
Duncan Macdonald, Chet Flanagan, with two, Simon Fortier, Riley Polacik, Mac Muir and Bryan Watson picked up goals for the victorious Team 1. Justin Bruno did his best to pull Team 9 back into it, scoring a hat trick, and Nick Panter and Jordan Bigham also scored but it wasn’t enough to get goaltender Kaleb Priestlay the victory. Dylan Czakowski and Jesse Stahl split the Team 1 goaltending.
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The NorKam Saints senior boys soccer team played to a 1-0 victory over the South Kamloops Titans on Wednesday in Okanagan AAA high school soccer. It was the first victory for NorKam in two seasons.
Bobby Basran scored the match’s only marker, lofting a high shot over the hands of the Titans goalkeeper and into the net.
Carson Shantz was in goal for the Saints in the shutout. which lifted NorKam to 1-2-1.
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The Hilltop Toyota Inter-City Junior Curling League is back for another season in the Thompson-Okanagan region.
League play begins Oct. 20 in Kelowna and is open to athletes currently part of a junior curling program. The focus of the league will be on development and encouraging coach-athlete interaction. Teams will play from Oct. 20 to March 2 and will have two matches each Sunday.
The cities of Armstrong, Chase, Enderby, Kamloops, Kelowna, Lumby, Salmon Arm and Vernon will be involved.
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The Business Women’s group of the Kamloops Golf and Country Club made a donation of $1,378 to the Kamloops Y Women’s Shelter on Wednesday.
The Business Women’s group held a social fundraiser each month this past summer to raise funds for the shelter and will continue to do so next year.
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The cross-country season wrapped up for School District No. 73 on Wednesday, with the championship races held at Dallas Elementary School.
Brady Milburn placed first in all five Grade 3 runs, with Nick Leggett finishing third in the same races. Joshua Mortimer-Jerstad finished fourth in four runs and fifth in another.
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Canadian Hockey League fans are being invited to attend hockey games dressed up in their team’s colours, jerseys and costumes in hopes of being named the BMO Ultimate CHL fan.
There will be 42 winners, one for each CHL community, and from those 42, three Ultimate CHL Fans will be named, one for each league. Each Ultimate Fan will win a trip for two to the 2014 MasterCard Memorial Cup in London, Ont.
The Kamloops’ Blazers’ night will be Oct. 26, when the Everett Silvertips come to town.
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B.C. Golf announced its championship schedule for 2014, and two events will be held in Kamloops.
The provincial junior girls championship is scheduled for July 1-4 at The Dunes. The next week, from July 8-11 the Kamloops Golf and Country Club will be home to the women’s amateur/mid-amateur championships, which are held in conjuction with each other.
B.C. Golf’s championship season will open with the men’s mid-amateur, scheduled for June 3-5 in Pemberton. The biggest event, the 112th B.C. amateur, is scheduled for July 15-18 at North Vancouver’s Seymour Golf and Country Club.