Baseball

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Josh Gorges, Raymond James (presenting sponsor) General Manager Erica Whiteley, and Black Comeau (left to right) (Photo - KGH Foundation/Contributed)

Bases loaded with NHL talent at Kelowna’s Homebase charity event

The charity slo-pitch game is more than 80 per cent sold out

Josh Gorges, Raymond James (presenting sponsor) General Manager Erica Whiteley, and Black Comeau (left to right) (Photo - KGH Foundation/Contributed)
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Falcon Friday: Jacob Steels

Outfielder for Kelowna has pro baseball in his blood

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Kelowna Falcons welcome new rival Kamloops squad

Take dad to the ballpark for Father’s Day

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Blake Comeau and Josh Gorges. (Jon Adrian/Contributed)
Blake Comeau and Josh Gorges. (Jon Adrian/Contributed)
Onlookers gathered at the Okanagan Heritage Museum on June 14 for the announcement of the 2022 Central Okanagan Sports Hall of Fame inductees. (Jake Courtepatte/Capital News)

Newest class announced for Central Okanagan Sports Hall of Fame

‘Mr. Basketball’ among the four inductees

Onlookers gathered at the Okanagan Heritage Museum on June 14 for the announcement of the 2022 Central Okanagan Sports Hall of Fame inductees. (Jake Courtepatte/Capital News)
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Falcon Friday: Jaden Parsons

Parsons is the only Kelowna native on the Falcons this season

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Kelowna Falcons see a little bit of everything through first few games since 2019

The Falcons have two more games on their homestand on Wednesday, June 8 and Thursday, June 9

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Play Ball: Kelowna Falcons return after over 1,000 days

Parsons and Swift will be representing their hometown team

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Ex-Canuck headlines Kelowna softball tourney for mental health

The event is Saturday, June 4 at Mission Recreation Park

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Kelowna Falcons, Mayor Basran vying for new B.C. Cup

The WCL season starts on Friday, June 3

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Champs: It’s ring season for Okanagan College Coyotes baseball

It was the second championship title in Coyotes history

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Okanagan College Coyotes rolling at Canadian College World Series

With a win in their next game, they would advance straight to the finals

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Okanagan College Coyotes pitcher Chris Wyslobocki will start game one of the CCBC playoffs (Photo - Contributed)

Okanagan College Coyotes carrying momentum into college World Series

The Coyotes finished the regular season in first place with a 25-5 record

Okanagan College Coyotes pitcher Chris Wyslobocki will start game one of the CCBC playoffs (Photo - Contributed)
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Okanagan College Coyotes make history with team’s first ever no-hitter

The Coyotes open the CCBC playoffs on Thursday, May 19

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One-two punch brings the heat for Okanagan College heading into playoffs

The CCBC playoffs begin next week in Lethbridge, Alberta

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Okanagan College Coyotes wrap up regular season title

The Coyotes are 23-5 on the season with four games to go

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Okanagan College Coyotes face toughest challenge yet

The Coyotes have been in first place in the league since week one

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Okanagan College Coyotes extend league lead

Coyotes baseball sits atop the league with a 19-3 record

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Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Yusei Kikuchi (16) throws during the first inning of MLB baseball action against the New York Yankees in Toronto on Wednesday, May 4, 2022. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Christopher Katsarov
Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Yusei Kikuchi (16) throws during the first inning of MLB baseball action against the New York Yankees in Toronto on Wednesday, May 4, 2022. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Christopher Katsarov
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