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D.P. Todd senior girls climbing the B.C. rankings

A big win pushed the D.P. Todd Trojans four rungs higher on the provincial ladder. The local senior girls basketball team entered a weekend tournament in Kamloops in the No. 10 position on the B.C. double-A list. But, on Saturday, D.P.

Medal count off the charts for Blizzard

As often happens, the Prince George Blizzard blew away the competition. Members of the local speed skating club had their blades in motion at the B.C. long track provincial championships in Fort St.

P.G. skips treading water at Scotties

Jennifer Fewster and Patti Knezevic need to put together winning streaks to better position themselves for playoff berths at the B.C. Scotties Tournament of Hearts.

Badminton sign-up has started

Wanna smack a birdie? If so, the North Central Badminton Academy wants you. Registration for Feb. 1 to March 31 court sessions started on Tuesday, and will be held every Tuesday and Thursday through Jan. 27, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Fewster, Knezevic lose Scotties openers

The Jennifer Fewster and Patti Knezevic rinks didn't get the start they were aiming for at provincials. Monday at the Cloverdale Curling Club, host venue of the B.C.

Fine-tuning by Condors leads to gold

When the Duchess Park Condors played the D.P. Todd Trojans in a junior boys basketball league game last week, they got a little rattled whenever the Trojans threw a full-court press at them.

Knezevic prepared for challenging week ahead

The first game will be a test of mettle. But, in Patti Knezevic's view, so will all the rest. Knezevic and her team of Brenda Garvey, Chelan Cotter and Rhonda Camozzi start play at the B.C.

Hogh right on target

Kelsy Hogh is one step closer to defending her provincial title.

Fewster foursome aiming high at B.C. Scotties

They have been waiting for a year. Now, finally, they're back where they want to be -- at the B.C. Scotties Tournament of Hearts women's provincial curling championship.

Yamada takes long road to last B.C. berth

With a Friday night win, Brent Yamada would have advanced to provincials in the minimum three games. Instead, Yamada was on the wrong end of a 9-8 score and had to accept the fact that his opponent, Tom Buchy, was the owner of the B.C. berth.