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First PacWest Win For Heat’s Lee

Opening with the tour’s low round of the season, UBC Okanagan Heat’s Carolyn Lee went on to win the first PacWest Conference golf tournament of her collegiate career on Sunday.

The sophomore from Calgary opened the two-day event at the Kings Links By the Sea course in Delta with a 77 on Saturday and shot 79 on the final round for a two-shot victory over Jen Woods, a former UBCO Heat and now a member of the Fraser Valley Cascades.

FULL STORY: Okanagan Sports Page



Bears Even High School Football Record

It was a patchwork effort in more ways than one for the Mt. Boucherie Bears in Week 2 of B.C. High School Football Association play.

Not only were the Bears able to overcome a multitude of injuries, their defence also made up for some deficiencies on offence in a 44-26 win over the Centennial Centaurs in Coquitlam.

FULL STORY: Okanagan Sports Page



WHL Commish Hall Of Fame Speaker

Appropriately, Ron Robison will be the keynote speaker at seventh annual Central Okanagan Sports Hall of Fame Museum breakfast gala on Nov. 20.

Robison, commissioner of the Western Hockey League, will help welcome five new inductees into the hall, including the WHL’s 2004 Memorial Cup-champion Kelowna Rockets.

FULL STORY: Okanagan Sports Page



Grundy KMHA’s Female Mentor

Considered a key component to the overall growth of the female program, Danielle Grundy has been named head coach of female development with the Kelowna Minor Hockey Association.

KMHA head coach Eric Blais confirmed the West Kelowna and Kelowna minor hockey product will be working with the association’s female teams and coaches throughout the season.

FULL STORY: Okanagan Sports Page



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Lorne White began his sports journalism career at the Kelowna Daily Courier in 1969. He retired in January 2014 and is now the photographer, editor and publisher of the Okanagan Sports Page.

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