SPORTS BIREFS: Panthers on the prowl

The Peninsula Panthers are winners of three of their last four games.

Spencer Loverock and the Peninsula Panthers host the Westshore Wolves tonight (Fri.

Panthers hockey

The Peninsula Panthers are winners of three of their last four games and host the Westshore Wolves this Friday night at  Panorama Recreation Centre.

Westshore will be looking to get a win back after Peninsula beat them a week ago. Game time is 7:30 p.m.

 

All Star game

Three Peninsula Panthers players have been selected to the South All Star team for the 2015 Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League (VIJHL) All Star Game on Jan. 17 in Comox.

Conner Mowat, Mitchell Newman and Ben DeJong will join their South division counterparts against the North.

 

In the rankings

Parkland Secondary School’s junior girls basketball team is ranked sixth among the top 10 in the province in the latest poll.

Coach Larry Green’s squad has been adding wins and has been invited to play in Vancouver with some of B.C.’s toughest competition.

Parkland’s senior boys jumped to sixth place from eighth in the Dec. 21 AAA Island hoops rankings at sportvictoria.com.

 

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