Kevin Mitchell

B.C. Lions urge high school students to make a difference

Johnson, Bucknor urge students to be More than a Bystander when it comes to violence against women

Vernon battling to save Rep hockey teams

Drawing support from regional rivals

Stapley ranked 177th by NHL Central Scouting

Three Vipers make the final list for 2018 NHL Entry Draft

Tragedy hits home

AT RANDOM: Humboldt crash prompts sports editor Kevin Mitchell to reflect on his time on the road

Viper star close to Broncos

Jimmy Lambert is a Saskatoon hockey product

Vernon skatemill safe and sound

Treadmill strengthens stride, core

Super Bowl 52 banter from the B.C. sports desk

Black Press sports-man Kevin Mitchell talks Super Bowl LII

Vernon’s Andrew Ebbett makes Team Canada

Vernon’s Andrew Ebbett will play for Canada at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, Korea.

The very best of 2017 sports…

Some year huh? The Astros win the World Series for $30 million and Toronto the Grey Cup for $16K

Myers high on Canada

AT RANDOM: Mike Myers says it right, eh

Lambert pushes Vipers past Warriors in OT

The Vernon Vipers iced the West Kelowna Warriors 3-2 in double overtime before 1,669 fans

Whistle one happy Viper

The Vernon Vipers have added 19-year-old, high-scoring Brandon Whistle to their BCHL roster.

Griffith graces men’s curling calendar

Just call Kelowna’s Tyrel Griffith Mr. March.

Vipers first in BCHL

Brett Stapley scored twice as the Vernon Vipers iced the West Kelowna Warriors 5-2 Saturday night

Kelowna teams make 55+ final

A pair of Kelowna teams will meet in the Capri Insurance Men’s 55+ Soccer League playoff final.

Molzahn marvellous in B.C. 55+ Games

At 80, Fred Molzahn is still making things happen on the soccer field. He’s in his 15th B.C. 55 Games

James comes back in style

Colin James rang off a wonderful 23-song show before 850 enthusiastic music lovers Wednesday night in Kelowna.

Vernon Vipers stuff Warriors 6-1

Send your head coach to Arizona. Hold the charity Teddy Bear Toss. Start your red-hot new American goalie.

Warriors ice Vipers 6-4

Jonathan Desbiens pocketed 1+2 as the West Kelowna Warriors held off the Vernon Vipers 6-4 in a BCHL Wednesday morning special.

Vipers to enter hockey shrine

The 1998-99 national champion Vernon Vipers will be inducted into the B.C. Hockey Hall of Fame in July.