Sports Briefs: Titans senior girls book berth in soccer provincials

The South Kamloops Titans senior girls soccer team is into the Okanagan final and also has a spot in provincials.


The Titans got there by beating the Mount Boucherie Bears 3-0 in Kelowna on Tuesday.


Kelsey Martin, Hailey Hamer-Jackson and Brianna Powrie had the goals, while Larissa Piva earned the shutout.


The Titans will play the host Kelowna Owls in the Okanagan final today. Both teams have berths in provincials, which will be played in Kamloops, June 2-4.


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Jody Allen struck for four goals Monday, leading Danchuk Adrenaline to an 8-4 victory over the Skilltech Strikers in Kamloops Women's Soccer League Open Division action.


Jess Hawkins, with two, Melissa Andrews and Rhianna Loxton also scored for the winners. Becky Acheson, Desiree Blair, Laura Plouffe and Kiera Adams replied for the Strikers.


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Lacrosse's peewee A Rattlers went 2-2 as they played four road games over the weekend.


The Rattlers played two games in Summerland on Saturday, beating the Penticton Heat No. 1, 7-4, and then losing 10-5 to the Heat.


Kordell Primus, the Rattlers' captain, had four goals in the opener, with Ryan Dergousoff scoring twice and Hunter Dairon adding a single.


In the second game, the Rattlers got four goals from Primus, two from Dergousoff and a single from Tyson Johnston.


On Sunday in Kelowna, the Rattlers dropped a 10-2 decision to Kelowna No. 1 and then bounced back for a 9-7 victory.


Primus and Keegan Emsland had the goals in the first game.


In the nightcap, Primus led the way with four goals and Dergousoff added three. Dairon and Brendan Smith also scored.


Jonathan Larocque was in goal for all four games.


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The Blaze White U12 boys team dropped a 2-1 decision to Penticton in Salmon Arm on Sunday, before coming back to beat Vernon, 7-1.
Simon Andrews scored for the Bla

ze against Penticton, while Jake Blower was in goal.


In the second game, Blower and Alec Ewings share the goaltending. Karn Mahal, with three, Jacob Henderson, Andrews, Ewings and Parker Matheson had the goals.


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Joe Marchand and Jens Krause, both members of the Aberdeen Judo Academy, will represent Judo BC at the Canadian senior championships in Edmonton this weekend.


Marchand will be competing in this fourth national championship, in the senior black and brown belt division (plus-100-kilogram). Krause will be in his first nationals, in the masters black and brown belt division (81kg).


Both men have been training a minimum of five days a week in anticipation of this competition. They are being trained by John Huntley, an NCCP Level 3 coach with the Aberdeen academy.


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Paddlers from the Kamloops Canoe and Kayak Club spent the weekend at the Slawko Fedechko Regatta, which opens the season, at Wonnek Lake in Maple Ridge.


There were paddlers there from three U.S. clubs and five in B.C., all competing in sprint canoes and kayaks.
In the canoe events, Zack Morgan finished third in the midget C1 200 metres, first in the C2 200m, third in the C1 500m and first in the C2 500m finals.


Keiffer Johnson was first in the midget and open men's C1 and C2 200m and 500m finals.


Brook Mclean finished first in the midget C1 200m and second in the C1 500m finals. Mclean also finished second in the open women's C1 200m final.


Jacob Huth was fourth in a midget C1 200m heat, just missing the final.


In the kayak events, Jake Goddard made the finals of both the 200m and 500m midget K1 and finished third in the K2 200m final.


Johnson was third in the midget K2 200m final, while Mclean finished third in the midget K1 200m and 500m finals.

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