Local Sports

Port McNeill council donates boat pass to Tour de Rock rider

“The pool passes are nice, but I think our boat passes would go for quite a bit more money.”

Cops for Cancer tees it up at Seven Hills Golf and Country Club

The Cops for Cancer annual golf tournament had 10 teams signed up with roughly 40 competitors.

Bantam Royals tops on Island

Ball team moves onto BC’s

  • Jul 16th, 2018

Marine Harvest Upper Island Riptide U18 Girls bring home provincial gold

“This has been an extra-ordinary season with a diverse group of young ladies…”

North Island highland dancers compete at national level

There were over 980 dancers at the competition in Calgary

Port Alice gets a Frigon Dragon Boat team

The Frigon Paddlers had their first practice in Port Alice

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Port Hardy Fire Rescue 50th Anniversary Firefighter's Ball
Eke Mi-Xi Learning Centre Grad 2018
Sunset's ukulele and bucket drumming concert
PHSS Grad 2018

Canada faces Mexico in women’s sevens on Tuesday

Cowichan Valley coach preparing Mexico for first World Cup

Meet Seven Hills Golf and Country Club’s new golf professional

Tara Roden started playing golf around the age of 13-14 in Nanaimo.

North Island Eagles Executive announce head coaches for 2018-2019 season

“We’re lucky to have had more then four dedicated coaches step up to offer their services…”

Kusam Klimb 2018 – North Island highlights

29 North Island athletes made the trek down island to compete at the Kusam Klimb this year.

School District 85 elementary school track meet results

Young athletes competed in over 10 events in three different age groups - Tyke, Peewee, and Bantam.

36th annual Charlie Cup Championship results are in

Eagle View Elementary School won the Charlie Cup Championship for the second time.

Tri-Port Female Minor Hockey Coordinator named VIAHA Volunteer of the Year

Lisa Brown spoke in-depth with the Gazette about the award and what it means to her.

Banner season for the BCHL

League record 153 players earn university scholarships

Mt.Cain gets funding to extend season

Project will allow ski hill to open earlier requiring less snowpack to operate

  • Jun 26th, 2018

Port Hardy Secondary School student athletes share trophy

Grenier and Harris were also the recipients of the 2018 Upper Island Riptide scholarships.

Rumble on the Runway returns to Port McNeill Airport

The event was filled with spectators sitting on bleachers watching the races.

Mori earns Curl BC board position

Will serve as governor and vice chair for two years

VIDEO: Local athletes fell their competition at Port McNeill Logger Sports event

The Briscoe sisters will be travelling to upcoming Logger Sports shows all throughout the summer.