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Co-Ed soccer tournament kicking into action

The arrival of snow and cold can only mean one thing -- it's time to play some soccer. When games can be contested inside the comfortable confines of the Northern Sport Centre fieldhouse, the weather conditions outside are irrelevant.

Condors soar at volleyball zones

The flight path of the Duchess Park Condors kept them well out of reach of the North Peace Oscars. The Condors are this season's junior boys volleyball zone champions after a relatively easy victory against the Fort St. John-based Oscars.

Senior girls slug it out on the court

If the North Peace Ookapiks and PGSS Polars meet in the final of their next tournament, a spot in provincials will go to the winner.

Tweens hold off Houston in rematch

The Prince George PPWC Tweens didn't enjoy a Saturday night drubbing at the hands of Houston. The 9-3 loss in the annual Joy Hoffman Memorial ringette tournament was painfully fresh in their minds when they lined up for a Sunday morning rematch.

Connolly gets a letter for Super Series game

He'll have the weight of a hometown crowd on his back, and the weight of a letter on his chest. Prince George Cougars forward Brett Connolly has been named as an assistant captain for the Subway Super Series game Thursday night at CN Centre.

Farr bantams roll to title

A 5-0 weekend, and a tournament championship. The Farr Fabricating Cougars were the class of the field at the Penticton Fall Classic. The Cougars, the local bantam Tier 1 rep hockey team, defeated host Penticton 4-1 in a Sunday final.

Blocka unlocks cribbage safe

There's no truth to the rumour Terry Blocka will be banned from the Loyal Order of the Moose Hall on Douglas Street the next time there's a cribbage tournament.

Trail's smoke show stifles Spruce Kings

So much for the revenge factor.

Junior bantam Axemen bring home provincial title

Even with a 13-point lead, the Prince George Axemen were not at all comfortable. Not until Tyrell Laing took matters into his own hands.

Cougar pounces on Spruce Kings

In his first B.C. Hockey League game, Luke Gordon didn't waste the opportunity to impress his new team.