Skip to content
Join our Newsletter

Local Sports

Women's rec hockey playoffs

P.G. Women's Rec Hockey Friday playoff results Boston Pizza Vortex 3 Cat Rental Hericanes 7 BX Pub 5 Niven Contracting Hornets 3

Step into the Hall

Kurt Ottesen took up tae kwon-do as a young teenager, hoping the sport would toughen him up. That it did, and the kid from Prince George twice went on to compete for Canada at the International Taekwon-do Federation world championships.

Local content high in B.C. Cup

Most of his players will be on the ice. Sean LeBrun won't be in his usual spot behind the bench. He'll be in the seats, in a spectator-only capacity. LeBrun was head coach of the Farr Fabricating bantam Tier 1 Cougars this season. When the B.C.

Rough start for new Mohawks

On the night senior hockey made its return to Prince George, the Fort St. John Flyers looked like a well-oiled machine getting ready for a run at the Allan Cup.

Lally, Seehra await Golden Gloves opponents

Jag Seehra has at least five obstacles standing in his way of the 64-kilogram title at the B.C. Golden Gloves boxing championships. There are already five other boxers in his weight class who have the same goal in mind.

Mahood has 'fightful' homecoming planned

Bill Mahood is coming home to end his mixed martial arts career and he'd love to mark the occasion of his last fight in front of a big crowd. At 43, he's come to realize it's just about time to listen to what his body is telling him.

Goalie Atherton takes the NLL spotlight

Brandon Atherton has waited three seasons to make a name for himself in the National Lacrosse League.

Poised for podium

Mary Kate Dalla Lana has podium plans. Dalla Lana, who trains at the Prince George Gymnastics Club, will be in Langley this weekend for the B.C. championships. The meet will be the biggest of her season and probably the toughest.

UNBC athletics hands out awards

Top Timberwolves 2009-10 UNBC athletics award-winners, as announced Tuesday night at the Ramada.

Moxley eyeing UNBC

They failed to climb the wall that stood between them and the national championship tournament. Sarah Moxley sees herself as someone who can help push the UNBC Northern Timberwolves over the top. Moxley, a 25-year-old forward from Sarnia, Ont.