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Mosquito division all-stars crossing the border for first tournament

When you're nine or 10 years old and it's your first baseball trip away from home, the excitement is tough to contain. When that first road trip is to another country, the anticipation must be positively staggering.

Barracudas feast in record numbers

It's a long road to Kamloops and the trip south proved worthwhile last weekend for the Prince George Barracudas Swim Club.

Kodiak kickers claim bronze

The Prince George Kodiaks found the streets of Edmonton paved with bronze. It led directly to a third-place finish at the first tournament of the season over the weekend for the under-12 boys travel team.

Team Canada's loss

Prince George's Dave Wood resigns as national cross-country coach

Major league draft picks 14 WBC players

It took three days but the Major League Baseball draft is now complete and it included 14 players who spent a week last summer in at Prince George Citizen Field.

First place on the line tonight in senior lacrosse

Since the season began in April, there hasn't been much separating the BX Pub Bandits from the Shooters Pub Devils. The standings pretty much tell the tale for the two Prince George Senior Lacrosse Association frontrunners.

Krause made of Iron

Even without snow, Peter Krause is pretty quick. Krause, a Smithers resident who was the Prince George Citizen Iceman champion in February, was the top-placing regional athlete at the Oliver Half Ironman Triathlon on the weekend.

Three-peat for Treasure

Alyx Treasure cleared the bar and landed in the history books. Treasure, a Grade 12 student at D.P. Todd secondary school, leaped to a gold medal in women's high jump during Saturday competition at the B.C. high school track and field championships.

Smith sets new fast time in Family Y Road Race

Mike Smith didn't need a map or compass to navigate his way to victory. All he required during Sunday's Family YMCA Road Race 10-kilometre event was fresh legs. Thanks to a scaled-down training schedule prior to race day, he had them.

Tough result for local race walker

Try as he might, Kevin Gaiesky just can't break through for gold at the B.C. high school track and field championships. Gaiesky, from D.P. Todd secondary, was edged out for top spot in the 1,500-metre race walk for the third consecutive year.
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