Local Sports

Snowboarding debuts at B.C. Games

Merren deBellefeuille was lone Vancouver Island (Zone 6) athlete in ladies’ snowboard cross

Junior boys end basketball season with a victory

Loranger holds the hot hand with 26 points

Tuplin, Tiddler at the top of their classes in Island wrestling

Chemainus Secondary athletes put on a great show from the experienced to the newcomers

Chemainus claws back to claim Island basketball tournament berth

Fourth-quarter rally results from full court pressure effectiveness

North Island Bantam Eagles axe Sooke Thunderbirds in semi-final showdown

It was another do or die playoff game for the North Island Bantam Eagles last Saturday.

Sharpe run puts Vancouver Island Olympian in first

Comox halfpipe skier Cassie Sharpe dazzles in qualifying, finals late this afternoon our time

Toronto Raptors training camp
All-female boxing camp empowering young women in Sooke
Beacon Hill Little League all stars beat Trail
Beacon Hill Little League walk-off win

Canadians place second in first heat of two-man bobsleigh

Justin Kripps and Alexander Kopacz finish 0.02 seconds behind Latvian team in Winter Olympics

Chemainus Secondary hosting Island high school wrestling competition

Tuplin leads a talented group capable of the overall girls title

Great showing by Fuller Lake skaters in Island regionals

Dawe’s performances earn her a pair of medals

Valley athletes named to BC Winter Games team

Seven athletes, two coaches will represent Cowichan on Zone 6 team

Chemainus Cougars give DCS a run with inspired play

Best all-around effort only hampered by a letdown late in the second quarter

Young Chemainus swimmer turning heads with her amazing results

Kennadie Sheppard heading to her first International meet in April

DCS prevails over never-say-die Chemainus Cougars

Long way to claw back from early deficits, but players keep working hard

Zurrer eligible for Hall of Fame in 2020

Cowichan product among Canada’s most decorated players

Five Islanders carrying Canadian colours in the Winter Olympics

Brenneman, Tandy, Harle, O’Brien and Sharpe five names to watch

No reason why basketball teams can’t become prominent again at Chemainus Secondary

Boys back on the court, but it’s going to take time to rebound

Chemainus Cougars lose two in junior boys basketball

A 14-point first quarter lead vanishes against Cowichan

Bannister most improved athlete in Nanaimo track club

Thetis Island resident also recognized for her dedication to make practices