Local fishing guide Steve Arnett talks about the fishing scene in Sooke and Port Renfrew
On Thursday, May 16, students from Edward Milne community school squared up against the teachers in a co-ed basketball competition.
Of the 15 top fastball players in B.C., two of the young men selected for Team BC hail from Sooke.
Late April 2013, one of Sooke’s EMCS Rugby players received a Leadership Award.
The Sooke Sailing Association will be offering its second annual sailing camp for children between the ages of six and 14 again this year.
Students from Journey middle school enjoyed an afternoon skateboarding lesson at the Sooke Sk8 Park.
In a recent tournament, Sooke girls’ Bantam B team reached for, and achieved, a gold medal victory.
Trevor Bligh is organizing a men’s basketball tournament, the Denmark Challenge.
The final 32-nil score for the Warriors did not show the aggressive, intensive play of our Seahawk’s defense team
This year’s fifth annual Biker Blessing, held at the Knox Presbyterian Church, was well attended.
Sooke Fire Rescue Service reported it was a great success.
The Sooke PeeWee Seahawks football team played hard on Mother’s Day but came up short against the Westside Warriors in Langford.
Sooke Thunder-Mites 1 (9 and 10) co-eds faced off against Langford in the two-by-two co-ed weekend.
Sooke’s own Wyatt Church, age 15, ran the Tacoma City half marathon on May 5.
Fishing Derby set for Father's Day weekend, lots of prizes
The Peewee B Girls won the Saturday morning game 8-2. They won the next game 6-5 to finish the round robin undefeated in first place.
The EMCS boy’s rugby team went 3 - 2 in a very difficult league, and are currently sitting third in the league.
On Saturday, all the swimmers in Island Swimming got together and raced the Island Swimming Association (ISA) Sprint/Distance Challenge.
Those arguing the safety merits of loud, after-market pipes on motorcycles are neglecting their own longterm health.
The EMCS girls seven’s rugby team won both games they played on Friday.
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