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Spruce Kings preparing for spring camp

Chances are, the Prince George Spruce Kings will have a significant number of new faces in their lineup next B.C. Hockey League season. When a team's losses far outnumber its wins, revamping the roster is a typical response.

Dandeneau waiting for knee surgery

As one of the best college basketball players in B.C., Kady Dandeneau doesn't spend a lot of time just sitting around and waiting for things to happen. But, right now, that's exactly what she's doing.

Coach Jim Playfair loses it during hockey game - see video

Abbotsford Heat head coach Jim Playfair lost his temper during an American Hockey League game against the Hamilton Bulldogs March 27.

Scouts take an interest in Chilko

With the eyes of the B.C. high school football world watching him, Regan Chilko was at his opportunistic best.

Banks pockets women's 8-ball title

A straight stick and a little chalk on the tip was all Janet Banks needed to sink the competition in the Ann Hoffman Memorial 8-ball tournament.

Rea relives his Paralympic experience

Joe Rea has never thought of himself as a rock star but it was hard not to get caught up in the hype as coach of the Paralympic-champion wheelchair curling team.

Sport B.C. honours gymnastics president

In a world where two terms of office is considered longterm, Lucia Fendelet has certainly bucked the trend.

Cougar rookies in action on Sportsnet

The Prince George Cougars' season is done, with no playoff extension, but that doesn't mean Cougar fans have to be completely shut out until training camp begins late this summer.

Rice hits home run as WBC volunteer

Shawn Rice is glad baseball season is now upon us. The chance to see the Blue Jays play the Kansas City Royals at Skydome just gives him one more reason to get excited about his upcoming trip to Toronto.

Sholty fighters deliver Tiger Balm titles

Inspired by Clayton Sheen's King of the Cage victory the night before, fighters from the Murray Sholty Jiu Jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts team were dominant Saturday at the Tiger Balm International fight card in North Vancouver.