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Trojans have tough road

A loss in the zone championship game proved oh-so costly for the D.P. Todd Trojans senior girls basketball team.

U-16 field lacrosse battles at provincials

They were young, and they learned.

Tandy finishes at Olympics

When it was Megan Tandy's turn to fly over the trails, she set her sights on one team -- the Americans.

Rec Hockey Scores

P.G. Women's Rec Hockey League Monday result BX Bullies 9 Niven Contracting Hornets 3 Shooter's Pub P.G.

Zone gold for Polars

Three games at zones, three wins at zones. The PGSS Polars would love to keep on a similar roll when they arrive in North Vancouver in early March for the triple-A girls high school basketball provincial championship tournament.

Eagles soar to B.C. berth

The Cedars Christian School Eagles are in position to shoot for their school's second B.C. championship in senior girls basketball. The Eagles advanced to this year's single-A provincial tournament by achieving perfection at zones on the weekend.

Ringette team loses in final

It was the overtime goal that was the dagger.

Fury lose both games in Winnipeg

The Prince George Fury ended a tumultuous first season the way it started -- with a pair of losses.

Canadian men post best-ever result in ski pursuit

Dave Wood said before the Olympics began, he considers his Canadian cross-country ski team the best we've ever had. Proof was in the pudding Saturday at Callaghan Valley.

Cougars one win from earning bye

As always, two wins is the goal. But, when the Cariboo Cougars step onto the ice for a doubleheader against the South Island Thunderbirds, they'll do so knowing that one victory will be enough to give them a first-round bye in the B.C.