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Inglis guns down Americans

The Prince George Cougars found a new way to win Saturday night in Kennewick, Wash. Charles Inglis gave the Cats their first shootout victory of the season, a 4-3 decision, when he put the puck past Tri-City Americans goalie Drew Owsley.

Raiders bound for Canadian Bowl, again

For the third year running, there will be a Prince George presence at the Canadian Bowl.

Inglis quenches Cougars' Tri-City thirst

KENNEWICK, Wash. -- Charles Inglis beat Drew Owsley in the fourth round of the shootout to lead the Prince George Cougars to a 4-3 victory over the Tri-City Americans in Western Hockey League action Saturday night.

Raiders taking a run at junior football history

The Vancouver Island Raiders are one win away from making junior football history.

Axemen prevail in junior bantam final

Last season, Daniel Stratton and Caleb Cruse didn't win a single football game. This year, they didn't know how to lose. Together, they formed a lethal combination on the field Saturday at Masich Place Stadium.

Spruce Kings post third-straight win

The Prince George Spruce Kings are no longer dwellers of the B.C. Hockey League basement. For the third straight game the Spruce Kings left the ice on the winning side of the ledger.

Rimmer shuts door on T-birds

Ty Rimmer can scratch that goose-egg off his list of WHL career shutout achievements.

DeSousa pulls the trigger

They blew a two-goal lead late, but thanks to Nic DeSousa, the Prince George Spruce Kings left the rink a happy bunch.

Polars pointed at their first P.G. Bowl

For the first time in the seven-year history of the P.G. Bowl, the Prince George Polars are not leaving the dance early.

Nechako Valley peaks in fourth quarter

The College Heights Cougars believed it could happen. And for three quarters Friday night it looked like they just beat the undefeated Nechako Valley Vikings and pull off the biggest upset of the season in the B.C.