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JOCK TALK: Midget classic returns to the West Shore

Your weekly round up of sports action on the West Shore

  • Nov 10th, 2017

Local figure skaters earn impressive gold distinctions

Members of Juan de Fuca Skating Club awarded with Skate Canada gold test medals

Longtime Shamrocks trainer inducted into Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame this weekend

Jim “Downtown” Cain was with the organization from 1978-2015

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Toronto Raptors training camp
    All-female boxing camp empowering young women in Sooke
      Beacon Hill Little League all stars beat Trail
        Beacon Hill Little League walk-off win

          Young Saanich Peninsula hockey players hope to score big for kids in need

          Peninsula Eagles Atoms taking pledges per goal scored this season

          Young Island hockey fan gets to hang with her hockey hero

          Mackinkley Whalen, 11, wrote a ‘get well soon’ card to Ryan Kesler and got a heck of a surprise

          Grizzlies struggle to put wins together

          Victoria has lost four straight heading into contest against Alberni Valley

          Chill remains in Canada-US soccer rivalry

          Despite a thaw, feelings remain intense

          Halladay among first to fly model of plane he died in

          Former Blue Jays and Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay has been the owner for less than a month of his ICON A5

          Braves hosting Buccaneers for 50th anniversary game

          Saanich Braves to honour alumni at 50th Anniversary Celebration

          St. Andrew’s snares third provincial soccer crown

          Sabres down West Point Grey Academy 2-1 in B.C. ‘A’ senior boys soccer championship

          • Nov 4th, 2017

          B.C.’s fastest runner watching provincials from the sidelines

          Jack Amos tripped by school sports rule, happy to wait

          Panthers scratch and claw their way through weekend hockey action

          Peninsula club picks up seven of eight popssible points in VIJHL league play

          Langford roller derby skater finds track to success

          Keemia Alizadeh-Borji helped lift team to first victory in three years

          Cougars quietly the best team in the VIJHL South

          Esquimalt-based hockey club winners of four of last five games

          Retro-fitted Royals regain top spot in Western Hockey League

          Turn Back the Clock Night in Victoria yields 4-2 victory over Kelowna

          Registration opens for Island Race Series

          Series an event for runners and walkers of all abilities, say organizers

          JOCK TALK: The Westshore Wolves hit home ice this week

          Your weekly roundup of West Shore sports events

          • Nov 3rd, 2017