Thursday, May 23, 2019

Sports & Rec.

Sports & Rec.

Young, new Coyotes team makes strong exhibition home-ice start

By Richard McGuire Special to the Chronicle A young Osoyoos Coyotes team with a new young coach skated to a 5-1 victory over Summerland in their...

PHOTOS: Okanagan Softball Camp

Oliver Community Park played host to many girls involved in the Okanagan Softball Camp last week. This week the boys take over the park...

Watercross racing returns to Deep Bay Park

Some of North America’s fastest racers will hit the water Friday, Saturday and Sunday as high-speed watercraft racing returns to Deep Bay Park for...

Oliver grad off to world’s biggest rodeo

Next week Oliver's Keianna James will compete in the world's largest rodeo in Rock Springs Wyoming. She'll be one of over 1,650 contestants from 43...

Nothin’ But Net welcomes talented point guard

Nothin' But Net (NBN) Basketball Camp is back in Oliver for the 16th summer. Since 2002, former National Team member and ex-professional basketball player Spencer...

Tennis Club hosts Wimbledon-style tournament

The Oliver Tennis Club staged a Wimbledon themed tennis event on Saturday June 16th. Wimbledon “whites” from the 1970’s and wooden tennis racquets completed...

Students race to the finish today

The district track meet today in saw some friendly rivalry among schools. Tuc-el-Nuit Elementary was ahead in points near the end, chased by Osoyoos Elementary....

Coyotes hire new head coach from Saskatchewan’s Melville Millionaires

By Richard McGuire Special to the Chronicle The Osoyoos Coyotes have hired a youthful Mark Chase as their new head coach and general manager. Chase comes from...

Athletes compete in Triathlon, Half Iron

The Wine Capital of Canada Triathlon took place today at Rotary Beach, where many spectators cheered on the athletes. Tomorrow (Sunday) is the Oliver Half...

Triathlons celebrate 15 years in Oliver

The 15th annual Wine Capital of Canada and Oliver Half Iron triathlons will take place this weekend on Saturday and Sunday.  This year’s event has...

Special Olympian brings home bronze

A 16-year-old Oliver girl has brought home bronze in 5-pin bowling at the Special Olympics national championships in Prince Edward Island recently. Kaitlyn Nemeth was...

Drag racing season continues with second race

By Shana Cachola Special to the Chronicle There are those times in life, you know them, those times when all you need is a little escape...

Young hockey player gears up for Sweden

By Tiffany Beckedorf Special to the Chronicle For Narcisse Baptiste, hockey isn’t a pastime, it’s not even a career – it’s a lifestyle. He has been...

Motorplex opening day not a drag

Special to the Chronicle Despite threatening skies, the Wine Country Racing Association (WCRA) pulled off a successful start to the 2018 drag racing season at...

Oliver Tennis Club swings into new season

Special to the Chronicle The Oliver Tennis Club is off and running for a new tennis season. The club's season opener was held on Saturday, April...