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Former Apex Freestyle Club member Andi Naudi has high hopes with Canadian national team this season.
KISU swimmers wouldn't let a flu bug slow them down as they earned 67 medals, including 27 gold medals.
KidSport Penticton receives a lot of support from the business community, including Rona, to raise money for kids.
Penticton Vees forward Jared Nash has faced some challenges straight on after coming from Ontario.
The Penticton Vees ride a four-game winning streak into tonight's match against the Salmon Arm Silverbacks at the SOEC.
Tyson Jost and Dante Fabbro have been selected to play for Canada in the World Junior Championship.
The Penticton Vees defeated the Trail Smoke Eaters in extra time on a Grant Cruikshank goal.
Penticton Vees foward Jared Nash said they must match the Trail Smoke Eaters intensity.
The Okanagan Hockey Academy female varsity team took on Banff Academy in a Female Varsity Showcase.
Apex Mountain will have the best mogul skiers not on the World Cup competing in the Canadian Selections camp.
The Hayman Classic cycling event will change venue in 2017, being held at Area 27.
The Cowichan Valley Capitals visit the Penticton Vees at the South Okanagan Events Centre.
The Santa Rec Run attracted more than 100 participants who helped raise money for the Youth Outdoor Recreation Society.
The Maggie Mustangs Jr. girls basketball team earned an easy victory over the Oliver Hornets.
The Penticton Vees net their third win in four games against the Vernon Vipers with a 3-1 final.
Penticton Vees defenceman Griffin Mendel and Jonny Tychonick were named to the Canada West roster for the WJAC.
The Pen High Lakers senior girls lost their first game, while the boys picked up a win over Mt. Boucherie.
The Penticton Vees have signed Okanagan Hockey Academy alumni Greg Brydon to help out their depleted D-core.
The Pen High Lakers will be putting strong senior teams on the court this season.
Wayne Stolz is holding a silent auction of hockey collectibles for PMHA in honour of his late son, who owned the collectibles.