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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.

Seeing the tees through the forest

Dead-tree removal gives golf club a new look

After the fact, Fury adds another win

It turns out the Prince George Fury managed four wins in the inaugural season, not three. The extra Fury win is the product of boardroom wrangling after the Tacoma Stars used a pro player competing under a false name.

Caps cops ball hockey title

Caps had the ability, and used it to win the Prince George Masters Ball Hockey playoff championship. Already crowned regular-season champions, the boys from Cap-abilities kept their winning act together in the playoffs.

Polars winless, Cedars advances to semifinal

Nobody said it was going to be easy for the Prince George Polars. That was indeed the case on Thursday when PGSS took the floor at the triple-A girls provincial in North Vancouver against the W.J. Mouat Hawks of Abbotsford.

Wigmore taking on former world champ

Curling is a difficult sport to master. But with the Zone 5 and 6 regional masters title on the line, Clarence Wigmore found a way to deliver what his team needed a few weeks ago in 100 Mile House to book themselves a spot in the B.C.

Provincial tournament coming to new Duchess Park

The new Duchess Park secondary school isn't even open yet. But, already, it has been chosen as the host venue for a major tournament. Next Dec.

PGSS needs a gem of an effort against Jewels

At provincial championship tournaments, there are two kinds of games -- tough ones, and tougher ones. The PGSS Polars know this to be true.

Arsenault heading 'home' for 2011 Winter Games

Hockey will take Brent Arsenault back to his old stomping grounds next winter. Arsenault, a 41-year-old Prince George resident, has been selected as a Team B.C. assistant coach for the 2011 Canada Winter Games, Feb. 11-27 in Halifax.
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