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Scott breaks Law at B.C. Scotties

For the second year in a row, Kelly Scott beat Kelley Law in the final game of the B.C. Scotties Tournament of Hearts women's provincial curling championship.

Last shot a winner for Duplisse

There were no shaky hands, no vibrating knees. With all his years of curling experience, Gord Duplisse simply pushed out of the hack and made the shot.

Battered Kings host Cents tonight

Don't be too shocked if the Prince George Spruce Kings have the luxury of some additional breathing space on the players bench tonight.

T-wolves topple BCCAA leaders

Against a quality opponent, the defending national champions brought their game. The UNBC Northern Timberwolves beat the Capilano University Blues 79-69 Friday night at the Northern Sport Centre.

Fewster, Knezevic all done at Scotties

Jennifer Fewster and Patti Knezevic had both hoped for better. The two local skips completed play at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts women's provincial curling championship Friday in Cloverdale.

Blues review on tap for Timberwolves

Nobody has been able to knock the Capilano University Blues out of tune. Heading into weekend games against the UNBC Northern Timberwolves, both Capilano basketball teams - men's and women's - have perfect 9-0 records in the B.C.

Knezevic finds her mark

As far as Jennifer Fewster in concerned, Patti Knezevic picked the wrong day to get hot. In a clash of Prince George rinks at the B.C.

Land of the Giants purgatory for Cats

Pacific Coliseum, the home of the Vancouver Giants, might be a great place to watch a hockey game, but it hasn't been kind to the Prince George Cougars.

B-train picks up Seehra

Jag Seehra knew the odds were stacked before he climbed through the ropes to face Alex Rynn Thursday. At that stage of the game it didn't matter to the 21-year-old Inner City Boxing Club lightweight.

Rockets leap ahead of Cougars

The Kelowna Rockets are starting to own the Prince George Cougars. They bit off another piece of the Cats Wednesday night in Kelowna in a convincing 6-2 win -- their fifth win in as many tries this season against Prince George.
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