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Halloween Havoc could be hell on wheels

Rats and spiders will be scurrying for cover Saturday at PGARA Speedway. Billy the Exterminator is on the warpath.
An even 400

An even 400

Dean Clark celebrates WHL coaching milestone

P.G. Rec Hockey

Shooter's Pub P.G. Rec Hockey Thursday results Shooter Pub Gladiators 7 Riverstone Raiders 7 Westwood Pub/Van Valve 6 Boston Pizza PWB 5 BX Pub Heat 9 District Clothing Co. Pirates 3 College Heights Pub Whalers 6 earls Rhinos 3

RollerGirls back on their wheels

It's not confirmed yet, but there's a chance tonight's roller derby could become a woodchoppers ball. But that's only if Sistah Viberosis brings her chainsaw.

What's happening in sports this weekend

SATURDAY CROSS-COUNTRY RUNNING: Otway Run, girls race at 11 a.m., boys race at 11:30 a.m., Otway Nordic Centre. HOCKEY: Western Hockey League -- Prince George Cougars vs. Tri-City Americans, 7 p.m., CN Centre. B.C.

Arronge back for more as PGARA president

It doesn't pay him one red cent, but Chris Arronge loves his job in the Prince George Auto Racing Association.

Spruce Kings blanked, two wins in 17 games

In a battle of first-versus-worst, the Powell River Kings defeated the Prince George Spruce Kings 5-0 on Wednesday. Goalie Michael Garteig returned to his hometown and made 35 saves for the shutout as the game's first star.
Nationals revisited

Nationals revisited

Baseball Canada Senior Championship returning in 2012, P.G. bid successful

Cougars cut down Wheat Kings

After back-to-back wins, the Prince George Cougars were running a temperature. Certainly no cause for concern there for a team that won just 12 times all of last season.
Elite baseball championship set for P.G.

Elite baseball championship set for P.G.

Prince George will host the 2012 Baseball Canada Senior Championship at Prince George Citizen Field and Rotary Park August 23 to 26, 2012. Ten provincial men's amateur champion teams will compete for the national title.