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Olympic experience

Olympic experience

Local elementary school students get a chance to try Games activities, other sports When people ask, "How did Prince George benefit from the 2010 Winter Olympics?" they can look to the UNBC campus for the answer. The $31.

Skating lanes turn to pools

The bad news is the outdoor ice oval at Exhibition Park is closed.
Making his points

Making his points

Jose Araujo's marksmanship a big plus for UNBC men's basketball team He has played at the international level, against NBA stars. Jose Araujo's beginnings in basketball weren't nearly as impressive.

Inconsistent weekend for Cariboo Cougars

Based on kilometres alone, the ride home was a long one. For the Cariboo Cougars, it was even more arduous after a loss to the last-place team in the B.C. Hockey Major Midget League.

Reduced roster

Injuries, academic issues take three players out of action for UNBC men, now ranked third in Canada The UNBC Northern Timberwolves should have been heading into the 2010 portion of their season on a physical and emotional high.

‘Small ball’ suffices for D.P. Todd junior boys

In terms of overall team height, the D.P. Todd Trojans didn't measure up to the John McInnis Royals. But, the Trojans did find a way to top the Royals on the scoreboard.

Bhullar’s bombs win the ‘War’ for Cougars

Long-distance bomber Rajen Bhullar is carrying on a family tradition.

B.C. boxing camp taking place in Prince George

Some of the best boxers in the province are in our midst. A special Team B.C. training camp is taking place at the Spruce Capital Boxing Club facility -- the first session ran on Tuesday, the second will go on Thursday.

Kelly Road wrestlers come out on top

Maybe it was the familiar set of mats. The Kelly Road Roadrunners wrestling teams put on quite a show at the school's invitational tournament, which took place this past weekend.

Cedars Christian Eagles soar in Fort St. James

The Cedars Christian School Eagles left their opponents miles beneath them. The local senior girls basketball team won three games in convincing fashion during a weekend tournament in Fort St. James.
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