They were named after three varieties of peaches whose names all began with V.
That they did, becoming the first Canadian team to beat the Soviet Union,
After that win the team went into the doldrums. A small city like Penticton could not really support a top-notch senior team,
In 1960-61 the team folded, only a few months before the entire league collapsed.
|1951–52||52||15||35||2||32||-||-||4th||out of playoffs|
|1952–53||54||23||24||7||53||233||211||3rd||Won Final Won Province Lost Allan Cup|
|1953–54||64||42||20||2||86||268||225||1st||Won Final Won Province Won Allan Cup|
|1954–55||54||31||19||4||66||228||180||1st||Did not play off Won World|
|1955–56||56||25||30||1||51||-||-||2nd||Lost Semi Final|
|1956–57||54||21||30||3||45||214||289||4th||Lost Semi Final|
|1957–58||54||16||36||2||34||220||263||4th||Lost Semi Final|
|1958–59||54||16||36||2||34||189||267||4th||Lost Semi Final|
|1959–60||46||5||40||1||11||190||382||4th||Lost Semi Final|
|1960–61||21||11||10||0||-||117||105||-||Folded Dec. 1|
The Okanagan Senior League folded after the 1960-61 season.