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Moxley eyeing UNBC

They failed to climb the wall that stood between them and the national championship tournament. Sarah Moxley sees herself as someone who can help push the UNBC Northern Timberwolves over the top. Moxley, a 25-year-old forward from Sarnia, Ont.

Prospects step up

Head coach Loralyn Murdoch figures she has three available roster spots for the 2010-11 UNBC women's basketball team. A trio of players put themselves into contention for those jobs during a weekend identification camp at the Northern Sport Centre.

First year not blue for Yu

Jordan Yu, head coach of the national-champion UNBC Northern Timberwolves. If the cards had landed a little differently, the above phrase could have been true.

Iwama likes UNBC's Canada West chances

UNBC president Dr. George Iwama is confident the school will gain acceptance into the Canada West Universities Athletic Association for men's and women's basketball.

PacificSport feeling a cash crunch

PacificSport's Northern B.C. branch is in no danger of closing its doors. However, general manager Kristen Harrott admitted the local organization is facing monetary challenges. "We are not secure right now, financially," Harrott told The Citizen.

Spruce Kings preparing for spring camp

Chances are, the Prince George Spruce Kings will have a significant number of new faces in their lineup next B.C. Hockey League season. When a team's losses far outnumber its wins, revamping the roster is a typical response.

Dandeneau waiting for knee surgery

As one of the best college basketball players in B.C., Kady Dandeneau doesn't spend a lot of time just sitting around and waiting for things to happen. But, right now, that's exactly what she's doing.

Coach Jim Playfair loses it during hockey game - see video

Abbotsford Heat head coach Jim Playfair lost his temper during an American Hockey League game against the Hamilton Bulldogs March 27.

Scouts take an interest in Chilko

With the eyes of the B.C. high school football world watching him, Regan Chilko was at his opportunistic best.

Banks pockets women's 8-ball title

A straight stick and a little chalk on the tip was all Janet Banks needed to sink the competition in the Ann Hoffman Memorial 8-ball tournament.
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