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Inglis makes the grade

Cougars centre added to Team WHL roster for Subway Super Series

Speirs, Hume have titles in their sights

Last season, for the first time in their careers, Thomas Speirs and Marcus Hume represented B.C. at the senior national boxing championships. Both, of course, want to get back to nationals this year.

Provincial recognition

Local coach K-Lynn Hogh has her efforts rewarded by Softball B.C.

Polar power on display at rugby zones

In high school girls rugby, the year of the Polar is on the horizon. This year's senior PGSS Polars are formed mostly by junior-aged players.

Cariboo Cats keep on winning

The Cariboo Cougars are on fire, and mercilessly held that flame to the feet of the Okanagan Rockets. They beat the Rockets 7-2 Sunday and 7-4 Saturday in Kelowna and have have now won seven straight B.C. Hockey Major Midget League games.

Power play

Robertson's big kill a key for Condors in volleyball final

Local teams tie at Classic

The College Heights Cougars and D.P. Todd Trojans tied for fifth place at the 16-team George Elliot Coyote Classic senior boys volleyball tournament, which took place in Winfield on the weekend.

Inglis guns down Americans

The Prince George Cougars found a new way to win Saturday night in Kennewick, Wash. Charles Inglis gave the Cats their first shootout victory of the season, a 4-3 decision, when he put the puck past Tri-City Americans goalie Drew Owsley.

Raiders bound for Canadian Bowl, again

For the third year running, there will be a Prince George presence at the Canadian Bowl.

Inglis quenches Cougars' Tri-City thirst

KENNEWICK, Wash. -- Charles Inglis beat Drew Owsley in the fourth round of the shootout to lead the Prince George Cougars to a 4-3 victory over the Tri-City Americans in Western Hockey League action Saturday night.