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Skaters off to B.C. meet

Jennifer Migabo just might flip if she lands her double flip combination. Migabo, a 17-year-old member of the Spruce City Skating Club, has yet to successfully complete the technically-challenging jump in the heat of competition.

Saluting parents, and billets

Forget the fact the Prince George Cougars are headed for what will likely be their worst bottom-line performance since the franchise moved here from Victoria in 1994.

Spooner a busy body

Megan Spooner admits her hollow leg makes a serious dent in the family grocery bill. As a goalie in hockey and ringette, the 16-year-old burns a lot of energy in her sporting endeavours and it takes a steady food intake to keep her going.

Wrestlers step onto B.C. podium

Three Prince George wrestlers battled their way onto the medal podium at the B.C. high school championships, held in Burnaby on the weekend.

Provincials over for Wigmore rink

Clarence Wigmore and his Prince George Golf and Curling Club team of third John Thors, second Curt Vagt and lead Lionel Fraites will have to wait until next year to go after another provincial men's masters curling title.

Condors impress at provincials

The Duchess Park Condors put together four impressive performances and finished with a 2-2 record at the junior boys high school basketball provincials.

Peewee Cats on a roll in Trail

The Ken Laursen peewee female Cougars are on a two-game winning streak at provincials. The Cats, a rep team from the Prince George Minor Hockey Association, skated against Kelowna on Monday and emerged as 4-2 victors.

Cats' kids prominent in loss

The game was already a loss, their best player (Brett Connolly) was on the sidelines for his 55th game on the injury shelf, and their dreams of making the playoffs had already come to a nightmarish conclusion.

PGSS drops to 0-3

The Prince George Polars are still looking for their first win at the triple-A girls basketball provincial championship. The Polars fell to 0-3 Friday, losing 68-40 to the Kitsilano Blue Demons of Vancouver.

Club teams head to regional Volleyfest

Provincial rankings are on the line this weekend in Kelowna for a pair of Prince George volleyball teams.
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