Sports

NHL star-studded charity game draws packed crowd in Kelowna

The Gorges/Comeau Homebase Charity Tournament returned for its 2nd year

Okanagan golfer earns tour trifecta

Kendra Jones-Munk wins Zone 2 junior girls tour title, Order of Merit and most sportsmanlike honours

Kelowna boxers laced up and ready for charity fight

“Three round heroes” charity fights come to Rutland July 6

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Unexpected visitors

Kelowna autobody shop ‘Gives a Puck’ about the United Way

Boyd Autobody and Glass donates $10,000 to charity hockey tourney

Okanagan lacrosse teams can soon play Princeton

Drop-in lacrosse game program deemed a success, organizer pushes for local league

Falcons’ bats take-off for 14 hits in victory

Kelowna beat the Portland Pickles 9-4 Wednesday night

Kelowna hockey player one of two Okanagan kids taking their skills to prestigious Brick Tournament

Asher Netherton and Ollie Reid are off to showcase their talents in Edmonton next week

Summerland Orca Swim Club holds fundraising events

Proceeds benefit swimmer with rare kidney disease

NHL stars return to Kelowna for charity slo-pitch game

The Gorges/Comeau Homebase Chairty Tournament returns June 28

Former Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo to retire

‘Bobby Lou’ calls it a career after 19 NHL seasons

Rockets take over NHL draft with most players picked

Kelowna led all teams with 4 players picked at the 2019 draft

Kelowna Rocket invited to Hockey Canada National Under-17 Development Camp

The 16-year-old was selected by the Rockets 18th overall at the 2018 WHL Bantam Draft

Hayley Wickenheiser among six entering Hockey Hall of Fame in 2019

She announced her retirement in January, 2017, after playing her last game April 4, 2016

Kelowna marathoner bests former Canucks at Vancouver race

Vik Bains raced Daniel and Henrik Sedin and finished just ahead at the 2019 Scotiabank Half Marathon

Rockets’ Foote signs entry deal with new NHL team

Foote was drafted by the Tampa Bay Lightning on June 21

Canadians crash out of Women’s World Cup in 0-1 loss to Sweden

Canada missed a chance to tie the game on a penalty shot

Quinn Hughes lobbied Canucks to move up and draft brother

Younger sibling Jack tabbed No. 1 overall by New Jersey Devils

Whitecaps rally for 2-2 draw with Colorado

Reyna’s free kick pulls Vancouver even in 80th minute