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Cougars find their claws

The zone championship tournament is approaching. All signs point to the College Heights Cougars being ready for a run at the title. The College Heights senior girls volleyball team placed second overall at a weekend event hosted by D.P. Todd.

Oil Kings rain on Cats' parade

First place was ripe for the taking for the Prince George Cougars. On a night when they had a chance to pass the Vancouver Giants and move into the driver's seat in the WHL's B.C.
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Oil Kings come calling

It was a Thanksgiving dinner with plenty of turkey, and Henry Jay Heimlich was nowhere to be found to apply his famous manoeuvre.

Cougars find some leaks in Oil Kings

Special teams led to a special night for the Prince George Cougars. In a Friday Western Hockey League game at CN Centre, the Cats went 4-for-9 on the power play and also scored a shorthanded goal in a 6-3 win against the Edmonton Oil Kings.

Inner City boxers idle at provincials

Inner City Boxing Club fighters Kenny Lally (52kg) and Jag Seehra (60kg) are in Surrey this weekend for the provincial boxing championships but they might not get to fight because they have no opponents in their respective weight classes.
Polars win a classic P.G. Bowl

Polars win a classic P.G. Bowl

It took four hours to decide it, but the Prince George Polars are P.G. Bowl champions. They knocked off the Nechako Valley Vikings of Vanderhoof 26-19 in overtime Friday night at Masich Place Stadium to claim the B.C.

Blizzard season begins

Thirty-two skaters and only 10 spots. The filtering process starts today in Abbotsford for Prince George Blizzard Speed Skating Club short track speed skaters Tim Hempsall, Lucas Hiller, Morgan Swan, Carley Budac.

Gridiron grail

Vikings, Polars clash in P.G. Bowl high school football final

Oil Kings come calling

It was a Thanksgiving dinner with plenty of turkey, and Henry Jay Heimlich was nowhere to be found to apply his famous manoeuvre.