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by Contributor on Thursday Dec 16 2010
For the first time in many years the Boundary Region can now boast its very own soccer association, and with holidays just around the corner, parents and guardians can take advantage of early registration.

The Boundary Youth Soccer Association (BYSA) was formally created during the fall of 2010, after a group of...
by Nelson Daily Sports on Monday Dec 13 2010

By Bruce Fuhr,
The Nelson Daily Sports

There must have been a full moon hanging over the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League this past weekend.

Why else would 16 players be suspended for a total of 44 games over three days?

“I don’t know maybe it really was a full moon,” KIJHL president Bill Ohlhausen said when asked if he knew why...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Monday Dec 13 2010

By The Nelson Daily Sports

The highly successful Co-Ed Indoor Soccer Tournament during the Christmas Holiday break is back at the Soccer Quest facility in the old Civic Centre Children’s rink in Nelson.

The tourney is set for December 28 & 29 and is open to ladies over 30 and men over 35 years of age.

Each team is guaranteed four, 50-minute...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Sunday Dec 12 2010

By Bruce Fuhr,
The Nelson Daily Sports

Talk about the Grinch stealing Christmas. Talk about those poor souls down in Nelsonville who now have to spend Christmas without their green candy or two green points.

Dylan Sahara took all the greenly momentum heading into the break to the top of Mount Crumpit scoring with just over a second remaining in the...

by Michael Wirischagin on Thursday Dec 09 2010
The ongoing adventures of the Grand Forks Border Bruins have continued to entertain over the past three weeks with the team finally winning their first and second road games of the season. They followed it up by being shutout, giving up a third period lead on home-ice, and losing once again to their Kootenay Conference: Neil Murdoch Division rivals, the Spokane Braves and the Castlegar...
by Nelson Daily Sports on Monday Dec 06 2010

Kootenay Lake:
The main lake is still going! As I said last month this is the best time of year to go fishing, and I haven’t been proven wrong yet.
November saw lots of big fish being caught again.  These fish have definitely put on the feedbags before the winter cold.  Rainbows up to 24 pounds and Dollies up to 15 pounds have been coming in...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Sunday Nov 28 2010

There are now chairs hanging from the new Glory Ridge chair lift at Whitewater Ski Resort while another 10 centimetres of snow fell on the slopes on the weekend.

People were already up on the hill — trudging their way up and cavorting their way down — even though the hill is not officially scheduled to open until Friday, Dec. 3, and open fulltime on the weekend of Dec....

by Contributor on Wednesday Nov 24 2010
Christmas is just around the corner and soon everyone will be scrambling to pick up the perfect gifts for their kids. This year, why not give your 4th or 5th grader the opportunity to learn a new and exciting winter sport?
For the past 14 years, the Canadian Ski Council (CSC), in partnership with Forzani, has given nearly half a million children an...