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Hamhuis named 'honorary captain'

One of the all-time greats in Prince George Cougars history is returning home for the Subway Super Series game, slated for next Thursday.

Going, going... nearly gone

Tickets for next week’s Russia-WHL game in short supply

Cougars commit to 2013 Memorial Cup bid process

Call it a dry run, or a proving ground. The Subway Super Series game that will be played at CN Centre next Thursday (Nov.

Stellar start to college soccer career for Gomes

First-year players aren't usually first-team all-stars. But, Prince George's Sarah Gomes didn't match the typical description of a rookie. The 17-year-old Gomes wasn't stuck on the sidelines, watching her more experienced teammates try to win games.

Bantam Cats rise to top

The Integris Credit Union bantam Cougars were tired of finishing second-best.

Ring king

Thomas Speirs outpunches opponent at provincial championships

Balazs leads northern runners at provincials

Emma Balazs had the fleetest feet. Balazs, a Grade 10 student at Kelly Road secondary school, was the north central zone's top-placing athlete at the cross-country running high school provincial championships, held in Victoria on the weekend.

Viking Cats solid down south

The Viking Construction Cougars got some results they can build on. The Cats, Prince George's peewee Tier 1 rep hockey team, were in Kelowna and Kamloops for weekend games in the Okanagan Mainline Amateur Hockey Association.

Wildcats, Trojans put on a show

In a match that went the full five sets, the Houston Christian Wildcats finally took down the determined D.P. Todd Trojans. The Wildcats and Trojans collided Saturday night in the final of the D.P.

Martell back home

Local forward Lyndon Martell is re-joining the Prince George Spruce Kings. Martell started the season with the Kamloops Blazers of the Western Hockey League but the Blazers assigned him to the Kings on Monday. Last B.C.