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T-wolves sprint past Kermodes

Their transition game won them the game. The UNBC Northern Timberwolves defeated the Quest University Kermodes 63-57 Friday in Squamish. In the B.C.

Lally, Seehra chasing national team berths

It's make or break time for Prince George boxer Jag Seehra.

Dahms eliminated quickly

There will be no provincial appearance for the Michael Dahms rink. Dahms and his Prince George Golf and Curling Club crew lost three consecutive Friday games and, in doing so, were eliminated from a Curl B.C. men's interior playdown.

Cold forces B.C. Cup race format change

The cold weather that has the city in its grip has forced organizers to change the format of today's B.C. Cup cross-country races. Instead of the sprints, skiers at Otway Nordic Centre will line up for a short freestyle technique race.

T-wolves sprint past Kermodes

Their transition game won them the game. The UNBC Northern Timberwolves defeated the Quest University Kermodes 63-57 Friday in Squamish. In the B.C.

Dahms eliminated quickly

There will be no provincial appearance for the Michael Dahms rink. Dahms and his Prince George Golf and Curling Club crew lost three consecutive Friday games and, in doing so, were eliminated from a Curl B.C. men's interior playdown.
Devastating news for Cats

Devastating news for Cats

Knee injury to keep Connolly on the shelf for at least three weeks

Last chance for Dahms rink

Eight men's teams vying for provincial berths

Slight thaw expected

Otway trails heating up for B.C. Cup races
Can't de Nys it: Canada's ski team cooking

Can't de Nys it: Canada's ski team cooking

Canada's national cross-country ski team is picking up where it left off in the glow of 2010 Winter Olympics spotlight. And a coach who grew up in Prince George is helping the country's best skiers maintain their perch among the world powers.