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Roga Cougars take bite out of Bruins

It was payback time for the Prince George Roga Contracting Cougars. Three weeks ago the Burns Lake Bruins stung the Cougars 4-3 to knock the visitors out of the Burns Lake bantam tier 3 hockey tournament.

T-wolves dump Douglas

Mercedes Van Koughnett is making a strong case to be named rookie-of-the-year in the B.C. Colleges Athletic Association.

Cougars stop the streak

Triskaidekaphobia is defined as the fear of the number 13. Losers of their last 13 games, the Prince George Cougars already had that fright put into them last weekend, long before the Edmonton Oil Kings came calling at CN Centre.

Kings sell out house lottery again

The team may be low in the standings in the B.C. Hockey League but when it comes to tapping into the heart of the community for its biggest annual fundraiser, the Prince George Spruce Kings hockey club is on top of the chart.

Collard bullish on Canada Winter Games bid

If it was up to Paul Collard, there wouldn't even need to be a vote to determine which B.C. city will win the right to host the 2010 Canada Winter Games.

Connolly wait continues

Brett Connolly is starting to feel good again when he digs his hockey blades into ice. It won't take away that sinking feeling of a season almost completely lost to injury, but it's a positive sign Connolly is finally on the road to recovery.

Polars reach final

The matchups are known and the stage is set for the Big Kahuna City League high school basketball finale. The No. 2-ranked Prince George Polars advanced to the girls final with a 72-58 win over the No.

Local content fires up Cougars

From gas jockey and retired jock, to playing a regular shift in the Western Hockey League, Taylor Orser's career path has come full circle this season.

$1,700 a ticket

Told another Prince George resident secured tickets for the men's hockey final at the Olympics, and paid $1,100 apiece for four tickets, Gary Clarke sighed, then laughed.

Bantams invade P.G.

Eight teams will be in the hunt, but only one will emerge as champion. The Kin Centre is the host site this weekend for the Sands Bulk invitational bantam tournament, with the Prince George Roga Contracting Cougars playing the role of home team.