Earl Seitz, nicknamed "Foster" by former NHL Coach Barry Melrose when he played in Kamloops, is the "dean" of active sportscasters in British Columbia. Born and raised on a farm outside of the small village of Duchess, Alberta, Earl is into his 47th year of broadcasing in 2015, and 42nd at Broadcast Centre. His interest in media began at a very early age. In 1953, during a family visit to Kansas, he saw television for the first time. Earl and his wife Velma have two children and three grandchildren. He embraces the Kamloops Tournament Capital Brand, and the wide range of sports events it brings to the City. Earl was recognized for his contributions to the sports community with the presentation of a Lifetime Achievment Award by the Radio-Television News Directors Association in 2011.
December 30, 2015 - 4:04pmUpdated: December 30, 2015 - 9:10pm
KAMLOOPS - For the first time since a team from the Czech Republic won in 2008, a team from Europe is playing in the Kamloops International Bantam Hockey Tournament. It's the first time a team from Hungary has been here in the 48 years of KIBIHT.
KAMLOOPS - The Kamloops International Bantam Hockey Tournament begins today with sixteen games in the two tiers.
It starts this morning at 7 at McArthur Island with Spokane against Campbell River and Yellowknife playing Castlegar in the tier two division.
KAMLOOPS - Two Kelowna Rockets players have been suspended for checks from behind in back-to-back games against the Kamloops Blazers. Justin Kirkland has been hit with a three game suspension under supplemental discipline for a check from behind on Dallas Valentine in Sunday's game in