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West Kelowna Warriors forward Jaiden Moriello (11) gets a shot past Salmon Arm defender Nic Leggett (4) that is stopped by goalie Matthew Tovell during the Warriors’ 7-1 BCHL win Saturday, Oct. 29, at Royal LePage Place. (Tami Quan Photography)

West Kelowna Warriors lay Halloween licking on Salmon Arm

Warriors defeat Silverbacks 7-1 in BCHL play Saturday, Oct. 29, at Royal LePage Place

West Kelowna Warriors forward Jaiden Moriello (11) gets a shot past Salmon Arm defender Nic Leggett (4) that is stopped by goalie Matthew Tovell during the Warriors’ 7-1 BCHL win Saturday, Oct. 29, at Royal LePage Place. (Tami Quan Photography)
The West Kelowna Warriors fell 4-1 to the Penticton Vees on Friday night (Photo - @BCHLWarriors/Twitter)

Penticton stays perfect, snap West Kelowna Warriors five-game winning streak

Both teams are in action again tonight (Saturday, Oct, 29)

The West Kelowna Warriors fell 4-1 to the Penticton Vees on Friday night (Photo - @BCHLWarriors/Twitter)
Warriors goaltender Justin Katz (Photo - Tami Quan Photography/@BCHLWarriors - Twitter)

West Kelowna Warriors meet Vees in powerhouse matchup: Weekend hockey preview

West Kelowna and Penticton sit first and second in the BCHL’s Interior division

Warriors goaltender Justin Katz (Photo - Tami Quan Photography/@BCHLWarriors - Twitter)
Nanaimo mayor Leonard Krog sported a Penticton Vees jersey at the city’s council meeting on Monday night, Oct. 24, after losing a bet in May. (Photo- City of Nanaimo)

‘You look ridiculous’: Nanaimo mayor wears Penticton Vees jersey after losing bet

Mayor Leonard Krog also delivered Nanaimo bars to Penticton city hall in June

Nanaimo mayor Leonard Krog sported a Penticton Vees jersey at the city’s council meeting on Monday night, Oct. 24, after losing a bet in May. (Photo- City of Nanaimo)
The Warriors beat the Surrey Eagles 4-2 on Saturday night (Oct. 22) at Royal LePage Place in West Kelowna (Photo - @BCHLWarriors/Twitter)

West Kelowna Warriors top undefeated Surrey to win fifth game in a row

The Warriors host the Penticton Vees on Friday night (Oct. 28)

The Warriors beat the Surrey Eagles 4-2 on Saturday night (Oct. 22) at Royal LePage Place in West Kelowna (Photo - @BCHLWarriors/Twitter)
West Kelowna Warriors forward No. 19 Matthew Lee (Photo - Garrett James/@BCHLWarriors Twitter)

West Kelowna Warriors win fourth in a row

The Warriors currently sit second in the Interior Division

West Kelowna Warriors forward No. 19 Matthew Lee (Photo - Garrett James/@BCHLWarriors Twitter)
Okanagan Sun Quarterback Dominic Britton (Contributed)

Sports weekend preview: Okanagan Sun looking for perfect season and more

The Sun kick off the championship game on Saturday, Oct. 22 at 4 p.m. at Kelowna’s Apple Bowl

Okanagan Sun Quarterback Dominic Britton (Contributed)
(Photo - West Kelowna Warriors/Contributed)

West Kelowna Warriors on three-game winning streak heading into weekend

The Warriors currently sit second in the Interior Division (6-1-2-0)

(Photo - West Kelowna Warriors/Contributed)
(Photo - @okanagan_sun/Instagram)

Sun in semifinals, pink at the rink and UBCO battling for postseason: Kelowna sports weekend preview

The undefeated Sun take on the Langley Rams in the BC Conference semi-final at the Apple Bowl

(Photo - @okanagan_sun/Instagram)
(Photo - Steve Dunsmoor/Kelowna Rockets Twitter)

Hockey and soccer and softball, oh my: Kelowna sports weekend preview

All three hockey teams and a couple UBCO sports are in action

(Photo - Steve Dunsmoor/Kelowna Rockets Twitter)
Vernon Vipers player Will Blackburn waited nearly an hour for an ambulance to arrive after suffering an apparent head injury during a road game against the Prince George Spruce Kings, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022. (Chuck Chin photo)

Injured Vernon Viper lies on ice for nearly an hour waiting for ambulance

The ambulance arrived after Prince George’s announcer drove to the hospital to seek help

Vernon Vipers player Will Blackburn waited nearly an hour for an ambulance to arrive after suffering an apparent head injury during a road game against the Prince George Spruce Kings, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022. (Chuck Chin photo)
Josh Ciocco played in the B.C. Hockey League with four teams, including the Vernon Vipers and Salmon Arm Silverbacks, in the early 2000s. His death at age 38 was announced by Merrimack College in North Andover, Mass. Tuesday, Oct. 4. Ciocco had been an assistant coach with the Warriors for the past five seasons. (@VernonVipers photo)

Vernon Vipers, Salmon Arm Silverbacks alum dies at 38

Josh Ciocco had been an assistant coach the past five years with Merrimack College in Massachusetts

Josh Ciocco played in the B.C. Hockey League with four teams, including the Vernon Vipers and Salmon Arm Silverbacks, in the early 2000s. His death at age 38 was announced by Merrimack College in North Andover, Mass. Tuesday, Oct. 4. Ciocco had been an assistant coach with the Warriors for the past five seasons. (@VernonVipers photo)
West Kelowna Warriors captain Aiden Reeves levels a Wenatchee Wild player on Friday night (Photo - @tamiquanphotos/Twitter)

Goals scored in bunches as West Kelowna Warriors split home opening weekend

The Warriors are playing in Cranbrook and Trail this upcoming weekend

West Kelowna Warriors captain Aiden Reeves levels a Wenatchee Wild player on Friday night (Photo - @tamiquanphotos/Twitter)
The Vernon Vipers defeated the Prince George Spruce Kings 5-1 in the back end of a BCHL doubleheader in PG Saturday, Oct. 1. (spruce kings photo)

Vernon Viper injured during game, waits hour for ambulance

BCHL: Vipers hand Prince George first loss of year, 5-1, but two players hurt in contest

The Vernon Vipers defeated the Prince George Spruce Kings 5-1 in the back end of a BCHL doubleheader in PG Saturday, Oct. 1. (spruce kings photo)
Parm Dhaliwal’s parents and brother watch the video tribute dedicated to him before the West Kelowna Warriors game on Saturday night, Oct. 1 (Photo - Jordy Cunningham/Capital News)

West Kelowna Warriors pay tribute to former teammate Parm Dhaliwal

The Warriors wore ‘22’ decals of their helmets and a 22-second moment of silence took place

Parm Dhaliwal’s parents and brother watch the video tribute dedicated to him before the West Kelowna Warriors game on Saturday night, Oct. 1 (Photo - Jordy Cunningham/Capital News)
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BCHL says Hockey Canada is biased towards major junior

A 35-page paper suggests Hockey Canada needs to recognize junior A as a legit development path

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New Warriors captain Aidan Reeves. (Submitted)

Former WHL defenceman named captain of West Kelowna Warriors

Aidan Reeves played three seasons with the Prince George Cougars

New Warriors captain Aidan Reeves. (Submitted)
From left to right: #12 Brennan Nelson, #25 Aidan Reeves & #26 Christopher Duclair show off the Every Child Matters jerseys to be worn on Truth & Reconciliation Day when the Warriors take on the Wenatchee Wild in their home opener (Photo - West Kelowna Warriors/Contributed)

Every Child Matters jerseys & honouring a former teammate: West Kelowna Warriors home opening weekend

The Warriors opening weekend takes place at Royal LePage Place on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1

From left to right: #12 Brennan Nelson, #25 Aidan Reeves & #26 Christopher Duclair show off the Every Child Matters jerseys to be worn on Truth & Reconciliation Day when the Warriors take on the Wenatchee Wild in their home opener (Photo - West Kelowna Warriors/Contributed)
Vernon Vipers forward Reagan Milburn (left) and Aiden Reeves of the West Kelowna Warriors meet along the boards during Vernon’s 3-2 BCHL pre-season win Wednesday, Sept. 14, at Kal Tire Place. (Lisa Mazurek - Vernon Vipers Photography)

Vernon Vipers slip past West Kelowna Warriors

BCHL pre-season - Snakes score 3-2 win at Kal Tire Place

Vernon Vipers forward Reagan Milburn (left) and Aiden Reeves of the West Kelowna Warriors meet along the boards during Vernon’s 3-2 BCHL pre-season win Wednesday, Sept. 14, at Kal Tire Place. (Lisa Mazurek - Vernon Vipers Photography)
After four seasons as the West Kelowna Warriors play-by-play broadcaster, Chase Johnston has been named the broadcaster of the Brandon Wheat Kings of the WHL (Contributed)

Voice of the West Kelowna Warriors gets the call to the WHL, team brings back familiar face

After four seasons with the Warriors, Johnston is now the voice of the WHL’s Brandon Wheat Kings

After four seasons as the West Kelowna Warriors play-by-play broadcaster, Chase Johnston has been named the broadcaster of the Brandon Wheat Kings of the WHL (Contributed)