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Loss comes at wrong time for Condors

Loss comes at wrong time for Condors

The Highland Raiders were like circus jugglers dazzling the crowd with feats of athleticism, but the entertainment value was lost on the Duchess Park Condors. They kept waiting for the ball to drop in the Raiders' court.

Flying in first

Thunderbirds come to town as Cougars boast a four-game winning streak

Junior girls volleyball teams represent well in Richmond

The PGSS Polars and College Heights Cougars experienced volleyball at a whole new level. The local junior girls squads finished 16th and 17th respectively at the 24-team provincial championship tournament, held Thursday to Saturday in Richmond.

Trojans, Cougars meet up at provincials

In senior boys volleyball this season, the College Heights Cougars and D.P. Todd Trojans took turns beating up on each other. Today in Kelowna, they'll trade kill shots again, this time in the provincial championship tournament.
Soccer's old guys a UN assembly

Soccer's old guys a UN assembly

If you think the old boys of soccer are lacking power in their boots, Joe Ferrante's nose will tell you a different tale. His honker took the full force of a Kal Basi hot shot from close range late in the game.

New leader in place

Plenty of changes for PGYSA board, Richard Watt is new president

Inglis saves the day for Cougars

The Prince George Cougars are enjoying the view from the top. For the first time in their 16-year history in Prince George, the Cougars are a first-place team in December.

Kelly Road 2-1, Cougars drop in rankings

The College Heights Cougars got what they deserved. Ranked fifth going into Day 1 of the boys double-A provincial volleyball championship in Kelowna, the Cougars went 1-2 in their round-robin pool play matches and dropped to the No.

Hoping for Halifax

Local biathletes shooting for Canada Winter Games spots with Team B.C.

From the oilfields to the bench

Dupas happy to be back in hockey