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Mar 2012 21

Live at Noon on AM 1150

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If you missed it earlier today here is Ryan's segment with Wendy McLeod on AM 1150.  Ryan joins Wendy every Tuesday at 12:50pm to talk local sports. If you have a local sports team/athlete that deserves to have their story told, email Ryan ...

Mar 2012 20

Falcons Release 2012 Roster

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The Kelowna Falcons are pleased to announce their 2012 player roster. General Manager Mark Nonis and Head Coach Al Cantwell have been busy recruiting the most talented players across the NCAA, NAIA and junior colleges in Canada and the United States since the final out in 2011. There are currently 37 players on the active roster, including five returning players; 2011 Most Outstanding Pitcher Brandon Marris, Kyle Pearson and Canadians Greg Friesen, ...

Mar 2012 20

Chiefs Up 2-0 in Conference Final

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Contributed from www.kelownachiefs.com The Kelowna Chiefs won back to back games over the Sicamous Eagles this weekend to take a 2 – 0 lead in the Okanagan Conference Finals. Starting with the most recent game on Sunday March 18th where four goals were scored in a three-minute span between the two teams in the first period. Chiefs dominated the entire game netting three goals in both the first and second periods to defeat ...

Mar 2012 20

Coyotes Hockey Season Ends

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The Okanagan College Coyotes hockey club suffered a disappointing loss to end their season over the weekend.  The Coyotes would lose 4-3 to SFU in the semi-final of the BCIHL championship tournament. The Coyotes would get the only goal of the first period as Layne Stopanski lit the lamp on the power play at the 12:42 mark from Lyndon Dyas and Captain Dave Mann in his final game. In the second Simon ...

Mar 2012 18

West Kelowna Makes Hockeyville Top 5

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West Kelowna has advanced to the Top 5 in the Canada-wide Kraft Hockeyville competition. Photo: Wayne Moore - Castanet West Kelowna residents are invited to vote for Kraft Hockeyville at the voting centre in the Comfort Inn Two weeks ago during the initial round of voting, West Kelowna received just over 1 million votes. Campbell River finished second while Osoyoos was third. West Kelowna is now up against Duck Lake Sk., Stirling Ont., Amos ...

Mar 2012 18

Chiefs Take Game 1 of Final

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The Kelowna Chiefs strike first in the Okanagan Conference Final in the KIJHL playoffs.  The home side earned a 7-4 win over the Sicamous Eagles in Game 1 on Saturday night at the Rutland Arena. The Chiefs jump out to a 1-0 lead after Landon Andrusiak scored his sixth goal of the playoffs just over a minute into the game.  Dane Rupert added an assist. The Eagles would tie the contest with ...

Mar 2012 16

Coyotes Pack Better Than Wolf

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From the TRU point of view... The TRU WolfPack dropped a tight 3-2 decision to Okanagan College in their first game of the 2012 BCIHL Championship at Memorial Arena on Thursday night. Okanagan College started the game off strong as #11 Lyndon Dyas scored the first goal of the game at 1:45. The two teams played a closely fought game and it wasn’t until 11:45 when TRU’s #9 Jassi Sangha scored a ...

Mar 2012 16

KSS Owls Upset

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It was a disappointing Thursday night for the KSS Owls.  The #1 team in the province all year suffer a 78-76 loss at the hands of Vancouver College in the quarterfinals of the AAA Boys Provincial basketball championship. The loss knocks the Owls out of the championship round and the best they can finish is fifth. Thursday night the Owls were led by their 1-2 punch, but it wasn't enough.  Mitch Goodwin ...

Mar 2012 15

KSS Owls Win Game 1

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At the BC Boys Provincial championships on Wednesday night the #1 team in BC, the KSS Owls defeated Point Gray 83-54.  Braxton Bunce led all scores with a double-double,  24 points and 23 rebounds.  Mitch Goodwin had 20 while Joel Burma chipped in with 11.  The Owls would shoot 54.1% from the floor compared to Point Gray's 30.2%. The Owls will now face Vancouver College who defeated Belmont 73-44.  The Fighting ...

Mar 2012 15

Kelowna Chiefs Bench Boss

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Ryan talks with Kelowna Chiefs head coach Ken Andrusiak as his team has rolled through the KIJHL post season and find themselves in the Conference final for the first time n their short history. Since recording this interview, the Sicamous Eagles beat Kamloops 4-2 to win the right to play the Chiefs for the Conference final.  Game 1 goes Friday night at Rutland Arena. It's the first time this playoff season that ...

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