Facebook66Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Adopt-A-PetHe is a 1.5 year-old, 63-pound, handsome Blue Heeler/PitBull mix who has “aviator” markings on his head and “hiking shorts” markings on his tail-wagging behind! With proper introduction, Benny gets along well with other dogs, and enjoys a romping game of tether ball! Benny knows his basic commands, loves treats, his life jacket, swimming, playing fetch, and hanging out with his people. Because he is full of energy and strong, children in his home should be at least 13-years-old, kind, and dog-savvy. Benny will need a cat-free forever home with a fenced yard, and active people who will spend quality time with him.If you have further questions or would like to schedule an appointment to meet Benny in person, please contact the adoption team at Shelton Adopt-a-Pet. Emails are the preferred method of communication.Adopt-A-Pet has many great dogs and always need volunteers. To see all our current dogs, visit the Adopt-A-Pet website, our Facebook page or at the shelter on Jensen Road in Shelton. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 360-432-3091.Hours of Operation: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Advertisement wsgybNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs6phu2Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Em36( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) wpmWould you ever consider trying this?😱5uCan your students do this? 🌚c2Roller skating! Powered by Firework Parupalli Kashyap was beaten by the World no 1 Kento Momota with a margin of 13-21 15-21 in the semifinal of Korea Open BWF Super 500 tournament. Kashyap was brilliant through out the whole tournament; but the challenge of Kento Momota was too much for him. In the final of the Korea Open, Kento Momota will meet against the World number 2 Tien Chen Chou.Advertisement Parupalli Kashyap should be proud of his performance in the Korea Open. His fellow Indian players were out of the equation of the tournament in the first round. Only Parupalli Kashyap kept the hope alive for India in Korea Open. Kashyap was brilliant through out the whole tournament and his confidence level will be boosted up with performance.Advertisement Kashyap tried to go for big rallies against World number one in the semifinal. However, Kento Momota took only 40 minutes to go to the final of this tournament. After the end of Korea Open, it is thought that Kashyap will be back in the race of Olympic qualification. Kidambi Srikant and Sani Praneeth are now at the top of the ranking among the Indians. Kashyap has to be into the top two rankers of India by 30th April, 2020 to qualify for the Olympics.Satwiksairaj-Chirag pair pull out of the Badminton World ChampionshipsAdvertisement Advertisement
Image Courtesy: beIN Sports/GettyAdvertisement 5tygzxNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs6w1kmyWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E509so( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) bxwWould you ever consider trying this?😱pvnCan your students do this? 🌚7q1iRoller skating! Powered by Firework The transfer to Everton has not worked in favour of former Juventus youngster Moise Kean, and his father Sean Kean recently opened up favouring his son’s return to Serie A, and there are two tractors involved. But, the young Italian has hit back to his senior, claiming its the best for him to remain in England.Advertisement Image Courtesy: beIN Sports/Getty“I hope he can come back to Italy as soon as possible, I hope he goes to Rome, but the important thing is that he comes back here.” Kean Sr. told Italian sports outlet Centro Suono Sport in a recent interview, also stating that the Bianconeri didn’t yet fulfill the deal of two tractors for his son’s youth academy admission.However, the young Toffee has come up with a reply through social media, addressing his father that he is not yet leaving Goodison Park.Advertisement “Do not talk about my life when yours is not an example. I am not afraid of difficult times, the best is from them. Thanks”- the 19 year old wrote on his Instagram story.Kean, who joined Everton this summer, made his debut against Crystal Palace in August, but is yet to open up the scoresheet for the club after 9 appearances.Advertisement Advertisement
Image Courtesy: Herald SunAdvertisement omf3NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs4vwWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Eb6a( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) mWould you ever consider trying this?😱36alCan your students do this? 🌚bx0sqRoller skating! Powered by Firework Around the world, Roger Federer is known for his calm and reserved attitude in the tennis court. An iconic personality in the world of Tennis, the Swiss legend is one of the most adored personalities in the sports fandom. But did you know that the former World No. 1 has a groovy side? Thanks to US Open’s social media output, supporters have witnessed an old video of their idol performing some dance steps to a catchy song while taking rest during a match.Advertisement Image Courtesy: Herald SunYesterday, the official Twitter handle of US Open Tennis shared a Tik Tok video of Roger Federer. In the clip, Federer was seen doing some dance steps while sitting on a bench in the tennis court, as the song “Dance Monkey” by Australian singer Tones and I was playing in the court.US Open tweeted the video with the caption: “Blessing your TL with this video of @rogerfederer dancing 🕺 You’re welcome.” Enjoy the video below-Advertisement In the video, Federer is seen moving his legs to the catchy song at first, then starts waving his hand as the crowd cheers on.Federer, who has won a record 20 Grand Slam titles, was eliminated in the 2020 Australian Open against the current World No. 1 Novak Djokovic in the semi finals. The 38 year old veteran was defeated 6-7, 4-6, 6-3 at the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne on 30th January.In the final match on 2nd February, Djokovic defeated Dominic Thiem from Austria to lift his 8th Australia Open title and his overall 17th Grand Slam title. The superstar Serbian, who has held his no. 1 ATP rank for an astounding 276 weeks, still has 36 weeks more to equal Federer’s record of 310 weeks as the top seeded tennis player.Federer will soon face Rafael Nadal in an exhibition match in Cape Town, and this will be his first tennis match in South Africa, which is also the birthplace of his mother Lynette Federer.In a recent interview, Federer revealed his agony on never stepping foot on his mother’s birthplace in his lengthy professional career spanning over two decades.“I don’t know what took me so long, to be quite honest. I said, ‘It’s not possible that I’m on the tour for 20 years, I’ve become the player that I have been, and I’ve never played in South Africa. It’s just not OK.’ I couldn’t live with myself if that happened.” Federer told reporters.Also read-Tennis: Roger Federer makes a return to the top three in ATP rankingsNick Kyrgios: I’m good at fancy shots; Roger Federer: Hold my beer! Advertisement
By Bruce FuhrThe Nelson Daily SportsMan, was that ever ugly.But to Colton Schell, come January, when the season is winding down, no one will care about how the Leafs outlasted the Spokane Braves 7-5 in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action one a cloudy, windy September day.No one will worry about how the Green and White came close to letting a 5-1 lead slip through their fingers.And nobody will give a hoot about how Nelson scored the win, just that when the final buzzer sounded it was the Leafs with seven and the Braves with only five giving the home side the all-important two points.“It wasn’t as pretty as we wanted it, but it was a win,” Schell told The Nelson Daily after scoring twice to lead the Leafs to the Murdoch Division victory.“We were tired from the bus ride home (Saturday from Spokane),” added Schell after the Leafs arrived in Nelson at 3 a.m. Sunday. “No one slept on the bus on the way home so we looked a little disorganized on the ice today. But we got the two points.”Both teams took turns on this day scoring in bunches.It was the Leafs jumping to a 2-0 lead on goals by Nik Newman, on the power play, and Linden Horswill 35 seconds apart.Orri Haman pounced on a turnover at the blueline with just over a minute remaining the first for Spokane’s first goal.But Matti Jmaeff, finishing the game with four points, jammed in a rebound past Spokane netminder Branden Amatto 17 seconds later to restore the two-goal advantage.Nelson increased its lead to 5-1 with eight minutes left in the second — the fifth goal coming on a nice dipsy-doodle move by Schell past Amatto on a three-on-one advantage.But the Leafs got sloppy in the final five minutes, allowing the Braves to outscore the home side 3-1 on goals by Haman, Nick Farmer on the power play and Sean Collins. “When we got goals the game was great but when (Spokane) started scoring is was hard because it was so hard for us that they were beating us to the puck,” Schell explained. “But in the end we found a way to win and that was all that matters.”Nelson player-of-the-game Patrick Martens also has four points with a goal and three assists.Brett Norman scored the final goal for Nelson.Matt Thurston, with two seconds remaining on the clock, completed the scoring for Spokane.The game was especially trying for Leaf backup Patrick Defoe.With Leaf No. 1 backstop Andrew Walton wanting to rest a sore knee picked up during Friday’s 4-3 overtime loss to Kelowna Chiefs, Defoe, playing for a roster spot on the team, got his second start of the weekend.But just like the rest of his teammates, struggled on a few plays. In the third, however, and with his mates doing their best to keep skating made some key saves to preserve the victory.“(Patrick) played all right today, but I thought he played better (Saturday) in Spokane,” Schell said when asked about the rookie backstop.Nelson, improving to 3-1-0-1, jumps into top spot in the Murdoch Division by taking five of six points during the three-game weekend, out shot the Braves 40-31.Meanwhile, Spokane, falling to 1-5-0-0, did not disappoint head coach Mike Bay who knows there will be growing pains with the young Braves.“(Slow starts) have been kind of that way from the beginning of the season,” Bay said. “It’s been like that all season. But we’re young, and (Nelson’s) young. We’re probably the only team in the league younger than Nelson which explains why it was such a crazy game today.”“We’re going to take our lumps because we’re young we’re going to be better later,” Bay added.OVERTIME: Sunday’s win was the first at home this season for Nelson after losses to Castlegar and Kelowna. . . .The Kelowna Chiefs did the Leafs a favour Saturday night be ending the undefeated streak by the Beaver Valley Nitehawks with a 6-5 win in Fruitvale. . . . Leaf backup goalie Patrick Defoe was playing for his roster spot during the weekend. But The Nelson Daily learned from a source close to the team the rookie backstop could rest a little easier as the Leafs plan to keep Defoe as backup to No. 1 Andrew Walton. . . .Nelson forward Colton Malmsten sat out Sunday’s game after picking up a mysterious fighting major in the final 10 minutes of Saturday’s game in Spokane. . . . Leaf forward Dustin Reimer, injuring a shoulder during Nelson’s season opener in Castlegar, remains on the injury list as does defenceman Blake Arcuri following off-season shoulder email@example.com
The L.V. Rogers Bombers started the 2012 Kootenay High School Rugby season the same way the squad concluded the 2011 campaign — with a win.The Bombers took the bite out of the Selkirk Storm of Kimberley 31-0 before blasting a combined Trail Hawks/Rossland Royals team 32-0 in action Friday in Grand Forks. “Jordon Hunter and John Katountas ran well with ball (and) Jake Lock was all over the field — tackling everything that moved,” said LVR vice principal Frank Marisco.In junior boy’s action, the LVR Bombers dropped a pair of games with Brandon Sagal earning was Man of Match for the Nelson-based squad.Playday Number two goes Friday in Trail as the Hawks are the hosts.LVR meets Crowe in the opening game before tackling Mount Baker Wild of Cranbrook in game two.The Bombers playday is Wednesday, May 16 at the Lakeside Pitch.
Linden Horswill had three assists for Nelson.Connor Gross, Graham Watkins and Michael Rand replied for Grand Forks.The win improves Nelson’s percentage record to a league-high 18-1-1-3 and an eight-point lead over second place Beaver Valley in Neil Murdoch Division.The Leafs return to the road for a pair of divisional games Friday in Spokane and Saturday in the Boundary City against the Border Bruins. The Nelson Leafs got the offence back into high gear, scoring nine times en route to a 10-3 shellacking of the Grand Forks Border Bruins Wednesday night in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action at the NDCC Arena.Carsen Willans, Alex Wilkinson and Jamie Vlanich each scored twice to lead the Leafs, winners of three straight after three consecutive losses.Tyler Garcia, Austin Lindsay, Patrick Croome and Nolan Percival also scored for Nelson.
Nothing, even Mother Nature, could stop the Nelson Select juggernaut at the Terry Walgren Youth Soccer Tournament.The host association captured a handful of medals during the weekend tourney that attracted teams from Creston, Fernie, Invermere, Cranbrook, Salmon Arm and Kelowna.The U18 Selects had little trouble capturing gold in the U18 Boys division.The Selects went through the tournament undefeated, overpowering association rivals Creston Blitz and Columbia Valley Titans.Crosstown rivals, U17 Selects, held their older cousins to a scoreless tie.The U17 Selects finished second in the division. The U17 Girls needed a second kick at Salmon Arm, defeating the North Okanagan squad in the final en route to the gold medal in the U18 Girls Division.Salmon Arm won the round robin with 27 points to Nelson’s 17. But the host squad won the war, defeating Salmon Arm in the rain to claim the gold medal.In the U16 Girls Division, the U15 Selects lost only two points en route to a division high 28 to claim the gold medal.The U15 Selects finished with 28 points to 22 to second place Columbia Valley.The U14 Selects finished third with 21 points.Kelowna edged out the Selects to claim the top prize in the U13 Selects in the U14 Division while Cranbrook Rovers won the U14 Boys Division over Kootenay South.In the U14 Boys category, Kootenay South U13 Boys on the gold medal with Nelson Select a close second.All Nelson Selects teams are now preparing for the upcoming Kootenay Zone Playdowns in June.Winners advance to represent the zones at the BC Soccer Provincial B Cup in July.
Mallard’s Source for sports, always looking to help the community, was quick to honour the runners and organizers with Team of the Week.The runners and hikers that made it to the Flagpole near the top of Elephant Mountain include, Rod Taylor, Lisa LeBlanc, Kim Poole, John Boulanger, Scott Jeffery, Keiran Marchand, Denise Uhrynuk, Larry Bickerton, Chris Kolmel, Jacqueline Skands, Tim Smith and Scott Legier. The First Annual Vince DeVito’s Fun Run and Hike on Elephant Mountain proved to be a huge success.Keiran Marchand and Jacqueline Skands proved to be the top runners, but it was the Friends of Pulpit Rock that came away with the overall winners as the race garnered $1,000 for the cause to help keep and improve the Pulpit Rock Trails.
“I completed for eight fantastic years with the Red Deer Catalina Swim Club in Alberta and for the past four years I have been a member of the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns.”Broen also competed at nationals, westerns and placed in the top eight at Canada West Swimming Championships during my swimming career. She coached for two seasons in Red Deer and last season I had the privilege of being selected to coach the ASSA all-star team at provincials.Also on the pool deck is Matthew Holitzki, who assumes the assistant coach position for the Neptunes.Holitzki has been a member of the club since 2006.The KSSA season begins (Monday) May 1 and runs until the middle of August.Other teams include Grand Forks, Castlegar, Trail, Colville, Kimberley, Colville, Wash., CrestonNelson is holding two BCSSA sanctioned meets this season — the Neptunes home meet June 3-4 and the Kootenay Regionals August 5-6.This meet is the qualifying meet for swimmers to go to Provincials. Provincials are in Kamloops Aug 17-20.For more information about the club go to the team website. After a few years of living a life of a gypsy, the Nelson Neptunes are officially returning home to the friendly confines of the Nelson and District Community Complex pool as the Kootenay Summer Swim Association squad opens the 2017 season Monday.The Neptunes were forced to take the show on the road due to ongoing upgrades to the Nelson and District Aquatic Centre, last season training out of the Salmo June through August.However, a few hours on the car didn’t slow the Neptunes as the Heritage City club stole the show at the 2016 Kootenay Summer Swim Association Regionals in Colville, Wash., finishing ahead of the rest of the field to claim the overall title. Every single Neptune swimmer finished in the top three of their respective individual event, or top two in relay events to power Nelson to the regional title.This year, the club is being handed over to rookie skipper Sarah Broen.“I am extremely excited to pass on my knowledge, passion and love for the sport,” Broen said.