Malcolm Neifer drives for the basket as Elijah Azak attempts to block during day one of Riverboat Day's 3 on 3 basketball challenge.

Sports action continues for Riverboat Days

It was a busy weekend for sports in Terrace as locals and visitors partook in a variety of events around the city.

It was a busy weekend for sports in Terrace as locals and visitors partook in a variety of events around the city.

The 3 on 3 basketball challenge wrapped up yesterday. Games took place all day Saturday and Sunday outside of Pizza Hut on Lazelle Ave. One section of the road was shut down for the event, and stands were set up for spectators to watch the action.

Continuing today is the mixed slo-pitch tournament taking place at various fields around Thornhill and Terrace, and the Mr. Mikes Beach Blast Volleyball Blast, which is happening in the newly-transformed parking lot outside Mr. Mikes.

This weekend the Terrace Rod and Gun Club and the Whiskey Jack Archers are inviting anyone interested to participate in an open house August 6. The event will be held at the Terrace Rod and Gun Club and will include demonstrations of firearms and archery equipment, and a chance for people to try events and receive instruction.

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