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Slip, slipping away

Slip, slipping away

SLIP, SLIPPING AWAY --Zac Rasmussen of the Prince George Spruce Kings, right, tries to get control of a puck knocked away by Anthony DeLong of the Williams Lake Timberwolves during BCHL action Wednesday night at the Coliseum.
SWITCHBLADES

SWITCHBLADES

SWITCHBLADES -- Speedskaters Dave Connell, left, Duane Swan and Dave Fuller speed around the Outdoor Ice Oval on Wednesday afternoon, taking advantage of optimum weather and glide conditions.

B.C. Cup cross-country results

Cross-country skiing Results of B.C. Cup No. 2 races held over the weekend at Otway Nordic Centre. Sunday results Classic interval start Special Olympics 1km 1. Chantel Chan, Caledonia Nordic Ski Club (CNSC), 14:15.96 Special Olympics 6km 1.

UNBC coach suspended

Barring a successful appeal, the unintended use of an ineligible player means a UNBC coach will have to sit out a game. Northern Timberwolves men's soccer coach Sonny Pawar has been handed the punishment by the B.C. Colleges Athletic Association.

Peewee girls run into hot Tri-City goalie

The Tri-City Predators were fortunate they didn't become the prey.

Hempsall lets his blades do the talking

It was cold and windy over the weekend in Saskatoon. But no matter how hard that frigid prairie breeze blew, it couldn't take the lightning out of Tim Hempsall's blades at the the junior national long track speed skating championships.

WIC girls gain valued experience in Surrey

Wins have been rare for the WIC bantam female Cougars this minor hockey season. The Cats did, however, post some small victories on the weekend. The 13- and 14-year-old Cougars were in Surrey for a tournament and lost all four games they played.

No questioning Mehrassa’s Fury-ous heart

LINEUP CARD COLUMN Lots of action, lots of goals, but not lots of bums in seats. The Prince George Fury have two home weekends in the books, four games to talk about the early returns at the gate, and in the standings.

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.