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Three talented judokas represented the Invermere Judo Club at the Edmonton International Judo Championships on March 12th and 13th.
After a colourful Junior B hockey season, the Rockies roster was rewarded with a year-end celebration at Copper Point Resort
Columbia Valley Rockies and the BC Hockey League Langley Riverman junior hockey teams are recruiting athletes for the upcoming season.
The quest for success came to an abrupt end for the Rockies last Saturday night, when the Junior B team’s season came to a close.
In spite of two late goals and a heartfelt effort, the Rockies couldn’t catch up to the Creston Valley Thunder Cats last weekend.
The Columbia Valley Rockies lost 5-3 to the Creston Valley Thunder Cats in the last home game of the season
Eleven multisport partners have joined forces to create the viaSport Regional Alliance,…
An Invermere teen is heading to Penticton later this month to test her mettle in the BC Winter Games alpine ski events.
The quest for success in Junior B hockey led the Rockies to triumph last week in Golden.
Parks Canada scientists have discovered the only bat hibernacula so far known to exist in Kootenay, Banff and Yoho National Parks.
The Columbia Valley Rockies won 5-1 against the Golden Rockets at the Eddie Mountain Memorial Arena on Tuesday, February 3rd.
For the first time, a girls’ curling team will represent the Columbia Valley at the upcoming B.C. Winter Games.
The Fernie Ghostriders triumphed 3-1 against the Columbia Valley Rockies at the Fernie Memorial Arena on Friday, January 29th.
The Kimberley Dynamiters won 4-2 against the Columbia Valley Rockies at the Kimberley Civic Centre on Friday, January 22nd.
Keith Weber has put up a fight to hone his skills in the art of Brazilian jiu jitsu.
This was an enjoyable weekend for a group of Invermere judokas and families attending the annual Fernie Judo tournament.
The Columbia Valley Rockies gained a 1-0 lead against the Kimberley Dynamiters during the first period
The BC Winter Games, held every two years, are coming up in Penticton in February, and one local athlete has already qualified.
With one second left on the clock, the Rockies scored a last minute goal to break a tie against the Ghostriders last weekend.
Great start for Rockies at the Eddie on Saturday, January 2nd as they took a 5-2 win over the Golden Rockets.