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Called by Team Canada

Connolly, Howse invited to world junior selection camp

Condors impress at provincials

The Duchess Park Condors got a close-up view of the junior boys volleyball provincial champions.

Roth shoots down T-wolves

Alex Roth's first long bomb gave the UBC Okanagan Heat a flicker of life. His second gave them an upset victory against the defending national champions.

Condors impress at provincials

The Duchess Park Condors got a close-up view of the junior boys volleyball provincial champions.

Juniors roll to spots in curling provincials

Prince George rinks skipped by Erik Leisinger and Falon Burkitt have qualified for the junior provincial curling championships. Both teams advanced to the B.C. finals by winning regional playdowns in Kitimat on the weekend.

Cedars boys make some noise on B.C. stage

The Cedars Christian School Eagles didn't quite achieve the altitude they wanted, but they did manage a sixth-place finish at the senior boys volleyball single-A provincial championship tournament.

Connolly, Howse get Hockey Canada invitations

Prince George products Brett Connolly and Ryan Howse have made Team Canada's short list for possible duty in the 2011 IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship.

Roth's treys sink T-wolves

Alex Roth's first long bomb gave the UBC Okanagan Heat some life. His second gave them an upset victory against the defending national champions.

Fewster foursome eyeing return to curling provincials

They were the youngest team at last year's B.C. Scotties Tournament of Hearts. They were also one of the best. Jennifer Fewster and her Prince George Golf and Curling Club mates have every intention of stepping back onto provincial ice this season.

Aubertin could be the next man in the middle

As a six-foot-five post player, Gabe Aubertin takes up a lot of space under the hoop. He may fill a roster spot, too.