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Evolution blanks Powell River

Evolution blanks Powell River

The U18 Comox Valley Evolution girls soccer team blanked the visiting Powell River side 6-0 at Valley View on Sunday, Jan. 30.

Smurfs strike gold

The Atom house Comox Clothing Smurfs travelled through the pre-Christmas snow last month to attend the Campbell River Minor Hockey Association’s Atom Recreational Tournament. The Smurfs had a great tourney, winning all their games and bringing home gold medals.

Zone dart qualifiers

The Legion Branch #160 2011 zone darts qualifiers have been determined, and they are as follows:

Brenneman battles on slopes

BC Snowboard Cross Team athletes continued their podium streak in the third and fourth events of the NorAm Tour in Mount Hood, Ore., last weekend.
Croxall on top of the world in ice cross racing

Croxall on top of the world in ice cross racing

A 19 Wing Comox firefighter was the hottest thing on ice last week in Munich.
Old guys still got it

Old guys still got it

Eight Comox Valley teams took part in the 34th annual Canadian Adult Recreational Hockey Association (CRHA) Pacific Cup tournament in Victoria.

Yetis hosting Braves Saturday

With just six games to go, the Comox Valley Glacier Kings are ready to put an exclamation point on a stellar Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League regular season.

Esquimalt sweeps Oldtimer honours

CFB Esquimalt maintained its hockey dominance over CFB Comox last week when the Pacific Region Oldtimers Hockey Championship was held at Glacier Gardens Arena.
Halibut allocation: where is thy sting?

Halibut allocation: where is thy sting?

A halibut town hall meeting was held Jan. 19 in Campbell River. I came away with positive feelings about the problem it was trying to address – the unfair allocation of the recreational portion of the Canadian share of halibut from the total allowable catch (TAG) as designated by the International Pacific Halibut Commission (IPHC) in its vital role of properly managing the halibut resources of the North Pacific.

Glacier guys tee it up

Eighty Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s Club golfers faced overcast skies for their Jan. 22 outing, with results as follows:
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