SPORTS BRIEFS: Two games left for Peninsula Panthers

The season is winding down for the Peninsula Panthers Junior B hockey team.

The season is winding down for the Peninsula Panthers Junior B hockey team.

The local squad has two games remaining before the playoffs begin — and all are at home at Panorama Recreation Centre.

The Panthers dropped a 7-2 decision to the Victoria Cougars Feb. 4 and hosted the Westshore Wolves Feb. 6.

Peninsula welcomed Saanich Feb. 9 and the team’s final regular season game is Friday, Feb. 13 — and that one is the annual Peninsula Minor Hockey Appreciation Night.

Their final game before playoffs is a single, sudden-death wildcard game Monday, Feb. 16 at Panorama against the Oceanside Generals. The winner advances to the first round of the VIJHL playoffs against the Campbell River Storm.


Parkland hosts hoops finals

Parkland Secondary School hosts the 2015 3A south Island boys basketball playoffs Feb. 26 to 28. The PSS boys team is currently ranked fifth among the Island’s 3A teams.


Baseball around the corner

Spring season registration for 2015 is now under way for the Peninsula Baseball and Softball Association. Registration is open until Feb. 15.

For details, contact the registrar at or visit for more information.

In Central Saanich, registration for Little League goes Feb. 14 and 15 between 1 and 4 p.m. at the clubhouse at Centennial Park.

For details, visit

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