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Cupp cruises past river jam to capture solo canoe race

Chris Cupp avoided an early obstacle. In the two hours that followed, he saw nothing but open water in front of him. Cupp, a 50-year-old local paddler, won the men's solo title during Two Rivers Canoe Club invitational races on the weekend.

Olson raising his stock in ARCA series

The last time he raced in Prince George, Dave Olson had to be towed across the finish line. He wiped out only a few car lengths from the finish of last year's 100-lap ARCA West OK Tire Challenge Series race.

Prince George Senior Baseball

Prince George Senior Baseball Thursday results IDL Midget Knights 5 Barry Yip Remax Shooters Gladiators 3 Inland Control & Services 0 Red Sox 11

Silver in the sweet science

Boxer Kenny Lally earns high marks in Ecuador ring

Lally fighting for gold in Ecuador

Add the name Marcos Forestal to Kenny Lally's list of the defeated.


Thirteen P.G. athletes qualify for junior/juvenile national judo championships

Skills camps for baseball players

A lot can be learned in a day -- that's the hope of organizers of a baseball camp slated for Sunday at Volunteer Park. With instruction from Craig Horswell and Jay Cook, starting at 9 a.m.

Lally guranteed at least bronze in Quito

Kenny Lally knew the task at hand Wednesday at the Elite Continental boxing championships in Quito, Ecuador. He needed to beat his Venezuelan opponent, Alexander Millan, to advance to the medal round.

Motocross rider thriving in faster class

Now that he's got a bike that behaves more like a rocket when he cranks the throttle, it seems there's no stopping Kyle Odiorne. He's taking the Interior Motorcycle Association Spring Series motocross circuit by storm.

Shootout required

Kodiaks down Williams Lake, move on to provincials