KAMLOOPS — Chairman Jack Croucher and his committee put on another hugely successful Overlander Senior Men's golf tournament at Rivershore, with 96 players for the 31st annual edition of the tournament. Last years winner is this years winner. Defending champion John Gallacher from Vancouver shot rounds of 69 and 73 to finish at 2-under par. After the front 9 today in round two Gallacher was 7-under. Doug Roxburgh from Marine Drive finished second, seven shots back.
Kamloops sports teams win golf By Earl Seitz June 19, 2017 - 6:14amKAMLOOPS — Two Kamloops teams are celebrating gold medal wins on the weekend. The A1 bantam Rattlers won a tournament in Langley, with four wins and a tie, defeating Burnaby 6-5 in the final. The minor baseball Pee Wee T1 Riverdogs won their league championship, going 4-and-0 and defeating Penticton 7-6 in the final. Join the DiscussionWe are happy to provide a forum for commenting and discussion.
KAMLOOPS — The Kamloops Storm will take their game on the road for some home games next season. General Manager Barry Dewar says the Storm have secured icetime to play six games in Quesnel. Dewar says the Storm want to play some games there to demonstrate to the league that expansion to the central and north Cariboo can be successful. Quesnel and Williams Lake are both without junior teams. Williams Lake applied to the KIJHL last winter for an expansion franchise, but had it turned down.
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