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A curling dynasty

City’s best wheelchair curlers shooting for fourth Canadian championship

Torch event fired up Olympic interest

LINEUP CARD COLUMN It was about 5 p.m. on Friday when the bah-humbug attitude I admit I had toward the Olympics was taken away. Burned away, if you will, by a flame.
The table is set

The table is set

Just days from now, the Columneetza Cougars will be favoured to claim a zone championship title on their home court.

Fanned by the flame

Running with the Olympic torch in Quesnel ‘part of history’ for P.G. man

Loss-tie weekend for major midgets

Four points was the goal. The Cariboo Cougars had to settle for one. Entering a weekend doubleheader with the Okanagan Rockets, the Cougars were looking to continue their climb back to the top of the B.C. Hockey Major Midget League standings.
SPINNING SKATER

SPINNING SKATER

SPINNING SKATER -- Denis Ten, one of the world's top young figure skaters, will compete for Kazakhstan at the upcoming 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, but this week he's using Prince George ice sheets to fine tune his programs.

Rec Hockey scoreboard

Shooter's Pub P.G.
First wins for pro soccer club

First wins for pro soccer club

Who put the fire out? The Prince George Fury did -- the Fury extinguished the Wenatchee Fire, and in the process soothed a rash that came with being winless in their inaugural pro indoor soccer season.

Gators win in a shootout

These Gators, they have bite. The Alison's Embroidery atom girls hockey team from Prince George, which plays in the local Tier 1 division, captured top spot in a five-team tournament in Clearwater on the weekend.

PGSS senior girls push back

When the Kelowna Christian Knights made their charge, the PGSS Polars didn't back down. Six minutes later, they were tournament champions.