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Derksen learning to be a champion

Leaving Prince George at age 15 to pursue his soccer career was a colossal decision for Austin Derksen.

Carlson comes home to B.C.

Cody Carlson had his preferences and the Prince George Cougars were in the right time zone.

Cariboo Cats showing signs of improvement

The Cariboo Cougars skated against one of the elite teams in the B.C. Hockey Major Midget League and showed they can be one of those clubs themselves.

Cougars add a goalie

The Prince George Cougars cleared up their goaltending picture on Tuesday. The Cougars added 18-year-old stopper Chase Martin to their roster, three days after they placed 20-year-old goalie Morgan Clark on waivers.

UNBC women burst the bubble

Finally, some reward. The UNBC Northern Timberwolves women's soccer team secured its first point of the B.C. Colleges Athletic Association season when it drew 2-2 with the Langara College Falcons Sunday afternoon at Michelle Lamarche fields.

Lally defeats German champion

Kenny Lally unveiled his new weapon in the boxing ring Saturday night in Frankfurt, Germany. It was his right uppercut, and he wasn't shy about showing it to the chin of his opponent, three-time German champion Helmut Badea.

College Heights boys settle for second

The College Heights Cougars fell short of victory at their own tournament. The Cougars senior boys volleyball team played in the championship match of the Jon Bragg Memorial Invitational on Saturday night at College Heights.

Cariboo Cats earn split

The Cariboo Cougars skated against one of the elite teams in the B.C. Hockey Major Midget League and showed they can be one of those clubs themselves.

Cougars lose a wild one

The Prince George Cougars rolled back into town -- with a winning record from a lengthy road trip.

No road wins for Spruce Kings

The Prince George Spruce Kings don't play again until Saturday, and that's probably a good thing. They could use the time to put their thinking helmets on and figure out why they have but two wins and six points to show for their first 15 BCHL games.