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Siblings show their stuff at CN Centre

With their parents watching from the CN Centre seats, the Breitkreuz brothers put on a show.

Major midgets keep pace for first

The desired destination is first place. The Cariboo Cougars took significant steps in that direction. The Cougars grabbed three of a possible four points from the Greater Vancouver Canadians during a weekend doubleheader in the B.C.

Cougars second in Vernon senior boys tournament

As high school basketball season pushes closer to zone championship tournaments, the College Heights Cougars are adding some serious bite to their game.

D.P. Todd girls justify B.C. ranking

The D.P. Todd Trojans are poised for a jump in the B.C. rankings. During a weekend senior girls basketball tournament in Kamloops, the Trojans handily beat two teams ahead of them on the provincial double-A list. To start, seventh-ranked D.P.

Neumann qualifies for major trip

Matt Neumann has booked himself a trip to Sweden.

Where's Megan?

Olympic biathlete sitting in Squamish, dealing with whooping cough A case of whooping cough spoiled Megan Tandy's World Cup biathlon plans and kept her grounded.

Clean sweep

UNBC women take two road games from Camosun Erin Beckett and Christine Kennedy tapped a little of their old magic and made the Camosun College Chargers vanish from the upper levels of the league standings.

Cougars and Giants finish WHL game in the alley

Skill finally wore down determination. For long stretches of a weekend doubleheader, the Prince George Cougars kept the high-powered Vancouver Giants from exploding offensively.

No. 2 in Canada for a reason

UNBC men put their best foot forward in Victoria Domination from start to finish. That's the best way to describe a Saturday victory by the UNBC Northern Timberwolves men's basketball team.

First win elusive for Fury

Prince George's first pro sports team is still looking for its first victory. The Prince George Fury dropped two close games on the weekend, dropping to 0-4 following the indoor soccer club's initial road games.