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With racquet, he travels

Anklovitch translates love for tennis into tenure as pro in Singapore

Morning sports briefing

A brief look at Citizen wire service stories that appear in Thursday's edition of the Prince George Citizen: ----- Dancers dunked ISTANBUL, Turkey -- FIBA's dance team has been benched during Turkey's games.

Princeton-bound

Benitzez has inside track as Kings starting goalie

Lally gets the call to head to Germany

Kenny Lally was hoping to see his relatives in India. Instead, he'll have to settle for Germany. The 20-year-old Inner City Boxing Club member won't be going to the Commonwealth Games next month in New Delhi, India.

Weekend auto racing results

Results from the PGARA Invitational, held Saturday and Sunday at PGARA Speedway. Drivers from Prince George except where noted.

AHL coach offers incentive for P.G. travelers

Jon Cooper has put the offer out to the people of Prince George. Show up in Norfolk, Va., this hockey season with proof that you're from P.G. and he'll set you up with some free tickets.

Street stock drivers have money on their minds

Chris Arronge is going to take a run at the money. Arronge, president of the Prince George Auto Racing Association, will replace his administrator's hat with a racing helmet for this weekend's PGARA Invitational.

Riding with the pack

Matzelle faces stiff test at BMX nationals

Horwath has money on his mind

Darrell Horwath wants the two grand. To fill his wallet, he'll have to run fast and clean all weekend at PGARA Speedway Park, site of the PGARA Invitational.

Thiessen joining U of S Huskies

Five full seasons in the Western Hockey League went by like a snap of the fingers. Suddenly, it seems, Garrett Thiessen is now preparing for the next phase of hockey and life. Both will unfold at the University of Saskatchewan.