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Condors back on top of zone

Duchess Park dominance is still in fashion in senior girls volleyball. The Condors won their seventh consecutive north central zone championship title at the triple-A level on Friday night.

Five-set slugfest ends well for Trojans, Cougars

In an epic, five-set battle, the D.P. Todd Trojans slipped past the College Heights Cougars for zone gold. Deservedly -- and in a break with tradition -- both senior girls volleyball teams advanced to the double-A provincial championship tournament.

Oscars take fast lane against Roadrunners

When the North Peace Oscars have Tristen Burridge blasting the ball from the front row and back, they're tough to beat. When the rest of the Oscars get in on the act, the team becomes darn near unstoppable.

Shooting problems bite Timberwolves

If you can't shoot, you can't win. That simple concept was driven home for the UNBC Northern Timberwolves women's basketball team.

Spruce Kings bombed in Penticton

The Prince George Spruce Kings might be be aware of it, but they are B.C. Hockey League leaders in at least five categories.

Boxer Speirs nationals-bound once again

The pressure was on Thomas Speirs. With a berth on the provincial boxing team on the line, the 20-year-old Spruce Capital Warriors Boxing Club accomplished that goal Saturday in Mission with a 12-9 over Robert Taylor of Victoria.

Sun Life Cats start well at own tournament

The Sun Life Financial Cougars took full advantage of their man-advantage situations. The Cougars, who are hosting the Rona Midget Tier 2 hockey tournament at the Kin Centre, defeated Fort St. John 7-1 in their opening game on Friday.

Subway Series a thrill ride for P.G. connections

November 29 is a day Brett Connolly, Ryan Howse and Charles Inglis will be marking on their calendars. That's the day Hockey Canada releases its list of invited players for tryouts for Canada's world junior team.

Former Cats captain saluted

Former captain Hamhuis saluted at CN Centre

Too old to be SuperManning lighting up WHL rinks

If Brandon Manning could turn back time a year, he would. At the rate he's stuffing pucks into nets in this season, there's no doubt if he was a year younger the Chilliwack Bruins defenceman would be in uniform for Team WHL tonight at CN Centre (7 p.