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O’s off to B.C.’s

The Trail AM Ford Orioles are off to the B.C. Senior Men’s Baseball Championship in Kelowna but the team faces some tough competition as it finds itself in a division with last year’s national champion Burnaby as well as Kamloops and Victoria.

Wilderness Traverse leads extreme race

Mother Nature added an extra layer of complexity to the Atmosphere Raid the North Extreme (RTNX) challenges as racers worked their way through the Valhalla Park and down the Arrow Lakes.

All Stars still in it

The Trail All Stars almost got back on the winning track but lost a heartbreaker to Layritz Tuesday night at the Little League Major Provincials in Victoria.

Making a case for Butler and other reasons to vote

Voting for Canada’s favourite baseball park began this month and Trail’s Butler Park is currently on the ballot and doing well as far as initial numbers go.

BC SENIORS GAMES - Call for volunteers growing louder as Games near

You can’t run an athletic event without the athletes, and you can’t run one without volunteers either.
Soccer Camp kicks off

Soccer Camp kicks off

Haley: a pitch full of players

Triathletes set pace at Sylvan Lake

Rosslander takes first overall.

CANADA'S FAVOURITE PARK - Cast a ballot for Butler

Local organizers are encouraging all residents to get out and exercise their democratic right and vote for Trail’s Butler Park as Canada’s Favourite Baseball Park.
Lumbermen chop down rivals in Legion district finals

Lumbermen chop down rivals in Legion district finals

Trail Jays come close but lose tough one to Twins

Little League Provincials - All Stars leap out of the starting gate

Pitching and defense are the Trail All Stars’ keys to success but offense was king as the team got off to a great start in Victoria, pounding out 16 runs on their way to an early 2 and 0 record.