The Kamloops Vibe Female Senior A team will play host to the AA Delta Jets on the weekend.
The Vibe, which is currently in first win three wins and a tie, sits one point ahead of the Richmond Devils and the Meadow Ridge Moose in the league’s standings.
Taylor McLeod, Alyssa Reid and Rochelle Smith all sit in the top ten in league scoring.
The Vibe will drop the puck for the first time on Saturday, 1 p.m.,at the Ice Box arena, and will finish out the weekend at Memorial Arena, 11 a.m., on Sunday.
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The South Kamloops Titans senior girls volleyball team smashed the Kelowna secondary Owls 3-1 on Wednesday.
The teams split the first two sets, with the Titans winning the first set 25-15 before the Owls bounced in the second, winning 25-19. South Kam went on to take the next two sets, 25-18 and 26-24.
The Titans’ final home game of the season will come against the Mount Boucherie Bears on Wednesday, 5 p.m., in the Lower Campus Gym.
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Megan Hanks of the Aberdeen Judo Academy will be representing B.C. in the under-18 division of two judo tournaments in November.
First, she will head to Montreal for the Quebec Open on Nov. 1. She will then travel to Whitby, Ont. for the Ontario Youth International tournament on Nov 9.
Hanks, 16, is the 2013 Canadian judo champion in her age group.
She will also take part in a training camp for the Canadian national team in November.
Her brother, Geoffrey, is also the Canadian judo champion in his age group and will join Megan at the Okanagan regional team’s training session on the weekend.
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John Huntley, Jim Karas and Jens Krause — all of the Aberdeen Judo Academy —will be heading to Abu Dhabi of the United Arab Emirates for the World Veterans Judo Championships in November.
Athletes must be at least 30 to participate in the competition, which will run from Nov. 24-26.