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Despite the loss of a key player from an already small roster, the PCSS Bulldogs still managed an 8th place finish in the Big Kahuna provincial AA volleyball championships in Langley last week.
After taking an 8-1 drubbing at home to the Creston Valley Thunder Cats last week the Kimberley Dynamiters came to Creston on Tuesday, overcoming a 4-0 deficit to earn a 5-4 victory.
The province’s best male curlers will compete in the Cariboo in 2019
7 players, including 4 from Kimberley, have been giving suspensions for a brawl late in the game, with Creston leading 8-1.
One full day of action is complete as Langley hosts the BC high school boys volleyball championships
Edging the Fernie Ghostriders in one of two road games on the weekend was a good start, but an 8-1 drubbing of the Kimberely Dynamiters was even sweeter for the Creston Valley Thunder Cats.
58 Ladies, 38 local, 20 from out-of-town had a nice day of golf
KIJHL hockey fans are in for a treat whenever the traditional rivals play this season
Creston Valley Thunder Cats sandwiched two wins around a loss in last week’s play to remain four points up on the Columbia Valley Rockies for second spot in the KIJHL’s Eddie Mountain Division.
A 6-2 drubbing over the Columbia Valley Rockies on Tuesday solidified the Creston Valley Thunder Cats’ hold on second place in the KIJHL’s Eddie Mountain Division.
The golf course is considering downsizing its restaurant and selling more land
Creston Valley Thunder Cats made the best of it at home on Friday night