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Prince Rupert Football Club Under-16 squad takes second at Slurpee Cup

The Rupertites won two matches, tied one and lost one on their way to a second-place finish

STORY AND VIDEO: Youth soccer Rupertites finding their game

Safeway and YPR do battle in the under-10 division in PRYSA; players learn new skills

Prince Rupert Football Club Under-16 squad takes second at Slurpee Cup

The Rupertites won two matches, tied one and lost one on their way to a second-place finish

Eight Rapids win aggregate medals in Kitimat

The tide was with the Prince Rupert Amateur Swim Club (PRASC) Rapids in Kitimat this past month

Chugh brothers medal in Prince George karate tournament

Andy and Ansh Chugh both competed in the Northern Open karate tournament May 6-7 in Prince George.

  • Jun 9th, 2017

Sports in Brief: June 7, 2017

Seafest 4-on-4 hockey, Three-on-Three Basketball, Grass Volleyball Tournament

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MVP of the Week: Arlen Des Champ
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MVP of the Week: Inderpal Bagri
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Highlights from the Jim Ciccone Memorial 3-on-3 tournament
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PRYSA players always learning in soccer season
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Chugh brothers medal in Prince George karate tournament

Andy and Ansh Chugh both competed in the Northern Open karate tournament May 6-7 in Prince George.

  • Jun 7th, 2017

STORY AND VIDEO: MVP of the Week — Maddy Niesh is scoring like the pros

Maddy Niesh excels on the ice, both in hockey and figure skating

Sports Briefs: May 31

Skeena River Relay, Rise ‘N Grind Skate Contest, Eclectic Dance Show

STORY AND VIDEO: MVP of the Week — Speedy Jason Rioux aims for family greatness

Jason Rioux comes from an athletic family and he’s aiming to catch his brothers’ success

Vo, McDonald lead Prince Rupert pack in track and field zones

Both dedicated track athletes and newcomers to the sport excelled in zones, which CHSS hosted

Sam Wiley, Northern Capitals win it all in Kelowna

One of the most competitive girls hockey tournaments in B.C. had a Prince Rupert flavour this year

Let the Games begin

More than 2,500 athletes will be going for gold at Langley’s McLeod Athletic Park

Sports in Brief: May 24, 2017

Relay for Life 2017, Skeena River Relay fills up, Kasiks Archery Shoot

MVP of the Week: Hannah Scherr — Embracing the rough and tumble

Hannah Scherr started her athletic career playing soccer. But something was missing.

Roosevelt Park the team to beat in 2017 Bike to Work Week

With summer around the corner, it’s time to clean off the bikes and get pedaling on the North Coast.

Circumnavigational journey brings Freya Hoffmeister to Prince Rupert

World-renowned open ocean paddler Freya Hoffmeister is facing her biggest challenge yet.

Circumnavigational journey brings Freya Hoffmeister to Prince Rupert

World-renowned open ocean paddler Freya Hoffmeister is facing her biggest challenge yet.

Sports in Brief: May 17

Brief sports stories from around the Prince Rupert region for the week of May 17.

MVP of the Week: Charlie Bourque — Skiing, climbing and everything in between

Charlie Bourque hasn’t lived here long, but she is already embracing all that the West Coast offers.