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Sun Life midgets win Cariboo League

The Prince George Sun Life midget Cougars have a title to their credit -- the Cariboo League crown.

Plane, not bus -- Bruins wing way to P.G.

The last time the Fraser Valley Bruins tried to travel to Prince George, they didn't make it. On winter highways, their bus crashed just south of Williams Lake. This time, the Bruins are flying.

Girls final a Trojan trouncing

The D.P. Todd Trojans put on a dominant display of basketball. They are now two-time defending city champions, with an exclamation point. The D.P.

Fury not so furious on the road

The Prince George Fury found the road to be a tough environment on the weekend. The indoor soccer team, billed as Prince George's first pro sports franchise, is now 0-4 in road games -- and 2-6 overall -- after dropping games in Edmonton and Calgary.

Hawkins leads the way

Prince George musher Cindy Hawkins had the proper control of her four-dog purebred team. The lone local entry to make the trip, Hawkins finished first in the division at the Rosebud Run in Didsbury, Alta.

City championships on the line

No. 1 versus No. 2 -- just the way it's supposed to be. The favoured D.P. Todd Trojans will take on the PGSS Polars -- underdogs by a slim margin -- in tonight's high school basketball city championship game.

Spruce Kings Show Home Lottery sold out

The team may be low in the standings in the B.C. Hockey League but when it comes to tapping into the heart of the community for its biggest annual fundraiser, the Prince George Spruce Kings hockey club is on top of the chart.

Fury heads to Alberta

Now that they've tasted victory for the first time the question is: can the Prince George Fury find that winning feeling on the road.

Roga Cougars take bite out of Bruins

It was payback time for the Prince George Roga Contracting Cougars. Three weeks ago the Burns Lake Bruins stung the Cougars 4-3 to knock the visitors out of the Burns Lake bantam tier 3 hockey tournament.

T-wolves dump Douglas

Mercedes Van Koughnett is making a strong case to be named rookie-of-the-year in the B.C. Colleges Athletic Association.