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First wins for pro soccer club

First wins for pro soccer club

Who put the fire out? The Prince George Fury did -- the Fury extinguished the Wenatchee Fire, and in the process soothed a rash that came with being winless in their inaugural pro indoor soccer season.

Gators win in a shootout

These Gators, they have bite. The Alison's Embroidery atom girls hockey team from Prince George, which plays in the local Tier 1 division, captured top spot in a five-team tournament in Clearwater on the weekend.

PGSS senior girls push back

When the Kelowna Christian Knights made their charge, the PGSS Polars didn't back down. Six minutes later, they were tournament champions.

Five rings, triple axel

Kazakh figure skating prodigy to prepare for 2010 Winter Games in Prince George The judges are scoring the Spruce City Skating Club's latest achievement a perfect Ten.

Top teams tip off tonight at UNBC

The winner will be all alone in first place. So, when the UNBC Northern Timberwolves and UBC Okanagan Heat step onto the Northern Sport Centre court tonight, there will be no shortage of intensity.
Rea has Paralympic curling team rolling

Rea has Paralympic curling team rolling

As a player, Joe Rea has always wanted to wear a Team Canada jacket. In 37 years of curling, he hasn't yet achieved his goal. As a coach, well, that's a different story.

Province's top skiers tackle trails at Otway

Sarah Beaudry loves biathlon and is good enough to be racing for Canada this weekend at the world junior/youth championships in Sweden. But she won't be in Europe and she won't be attending this weekend's B.C.

Lally bronzed at nationals

Kenny Lally won't be coming home empty-handed from the Canadian senior national championships. Although Lally lost his bout in Ste. Hyacinthe, Que.

Cougars heading south

Still licking the wounds from a seven-game homestand that resulted in seven straight losses, the Prince George Cougars boarded the bus for the trip south to the Okanagan.

Provincial ringette honour for long-time volunteer

The timing was just about perfect for Keith Sullivan. On the day he retired after 38 years as a millwright at Prince George Pulp and Paper, the 60-year-old Sullivan received word Thursday he's won the B.C. Ringette president's award.