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Olympic influence: P.G.'s own Jerry Maguire

If all the 2010 Olympic athletes Colin Young represents banded together to form a country, they would have finished 13th overall in the medal standings at the Games in Vancouver-Whister.

Dalton returns to Allan Cup trail

Powell River's B.C. Hockey League team was stopped short in its national championship drive when the Kings lost Game 7 of the league final Monday to the Vernon Vipers.

The best in B.C

One of B.C. Hockey's most prestigious tournaments is ready for launch right here in Prince George. If the Under-16 B.C.

Raimbault finished at UNBC

Men's basketball head coach hired by University of Winnipeg

UNBC starting coach search

Anybody want to coach the defending national champions? If so, the job will likely be posted this week.

Raimbault announcement pending

The expected Monday introduction of Mike Raimbault as new head coach of the Winnipeg Wesmen men's basketball team was postponed and will likely happen Tuesday instead.

Allbee pots four in spring camp finale

Chris Allbee was good enough to make the cut to play in the Prince George Spruce Kings' top prospects game.

Wells cracks top-10 twice at Whistler Cup

Alix Wells did not get to finish her slalom race Sunday at the Whistler Cup. But if she had, chances are there wouldn't be many of the world's top racers crossing the line ahead of her.

Mohawks lose games, but gain a following

Groin pulls got the better of Brent Williams, Derek Wood and Stew Malgunas, Jason Mager had a broken hand, and David Keough's foot looked like an inflated surgical glove after blocking a slapshot with his skate turned sideways.

Sports Hall a little more crowded

Kim Chadwick, Tony Tomra and Kurt Ottesen broke new ground on Saturday night. They became the first athletes in their respective sports to be inducted into the Prince George Sports Hall of Fame.
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