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Gnats stay undefeated in CIRU

The Prince George Gnats are proving to be the power of the Central Interior Rugby Union. The local team was in Prince Rupert on the weekend and thundered to impressive wins against the Terrace Northmen and Prince Rupert Seamen.

Reined in

Major equestrian competition goes this weekend

UNBC coach won't stand pat

Todd Jordan is stepping through the wide-open doors of a bank vault. That doesn't mean he won't try to bring a few gems of his own across the threshold.

P.G. pitchers on the mark

Prince George horseshoe pitchers had the sound of steel on steel ringing in their ears on the weekend. At the Quesnel Open, local throwers topped the field in nine different divisions.

Golden haul for Gaiesky at track meet

In long-distance races, Sean Gaiesky eats up ground almost effortlessly. His fine form helped him to four victories in four starts at the Spruce Capital Invitational track and field meet.

Knights 2-2 in US tournament

As newcomers to tournament-level baseball, the Roga Contracting Knights needed a couple games to make the proper adjustments. Once they did, they pounded out two impressive victories.

UNBC still seeking athletics director

A men's basketball coach has been hired. As for UNBC's long-vacant director of athletics and recreation position, the search continues.

Called by Team Canada

Ryan Howse invited to national junior development camp

A win for Lally

Local boxer prevails in international tune-up bout

Triathlete donating winnings to young cancer patient's family

Ask most triathletes how they'll spend their winnings and a new helmet, pair of shoes or the entry fee on the next big race will usually be the answer.