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Murdoch's return still up in air

The regular season is a little more than two weeks away. And, for members of the UNBC Northern Timberwolves women's basketball team, it's still unclear as to when their head coach will return.

CHL award for Acolatse

On Monday, he was selected as the Western Hockey League player of the week. On Tuesday, Sena Acolatse accepted another honour, and this one was nationwide.

Kings add Ashdown

The Prince George Spruce Kings continued the overhaul of their roster on Monday. The Spruce Kings, the last-place team in the B.C. Hockey League, acquired 19-year-old forward Zac Ashdown from the Coquitlam Express in a future considerations deal.

Hogan won't pursue university volleyball options

The news hits with the same force as one of her crunching kill shots. Despite scholarship offers from a trio of American universities, Amy Hogan will not pursue a post-secondary volleyball career. Hogan, one of the most skilled players in the B.C.

Fitness challenge puts a move on 'Movember'

Sometimes, the letters behind the name are as important as the ones in the name.

Short-handed midget girls team battles in Langley

They were facing one of the top clubs in the league, and the Bursey Buryn Cougars managed to steal a point. The Cougars, who skate in the B.C.

Trojans play tough in Kelowna

Sixth out of 28 teams. The D.P. Todd Trojans really were among the Best of the West.

Much-improved Cougars getting WHL notice

By GREGG DRINNAN Daily News Sports Editor KAMLOOPS -- The Prince George Cougars appear to be serving notice that they no longer are the WHL's 98-pound weakling.

Bouncing back

Local rinks off and rolling at B.C. Scotties

UNBC soccer men set for playoffs

The UNBC Northern Timberwolves can start thinking about playoffs.