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The senior boys Rainmakers took it to the Caledonia Kermodes on the weekend

Rainmakers crowned champs

The Charles Hays senior boys basketball team claimed the zone title over the Caledonia Kermodes from Terrace.

The senior boys Rainmakers took it to the Caledonia Kermodes on the weekend
Navneet Kaur is representing Prince Rupert at the Miss Canada pageant in Montreal from March 1-5

Navneet Kaur competes at pageant for national crown

Prince Rupert will be represented at the Miss Canada pageant in Montreal this week, as Navneet Kaur will compete.

Navneet Kaur is representing Prince Rupert at the Miss Canada pageant in Montreal from March 1-5
The Grade 8 girls basketball team at Prince Rupert Middle School beat Terrace

PRMS girls are champs

The Grade 8 girls basketball team at Prince Rupert Middle School are zone champions.

The Grade 8 girls basketball team at Prince Rupert Middle School beat Terrace
Port Simpson won the intermediate’s division for the second year in a row

Hardware handed out to ANBT’s best of 2017

The All Native Basketball Tournament (ANBT) wrapped up, but not before several players and teams went home with some new hardware.

Port Simpson won the intermediate’s division for the second year in a row
Once again

Storm win zones for ninth straight season

The Grade 8 boys at Prince Rupert Middle School dominated the competition enroute to winning the zone championship in Smithers on Feb. 11.

Once again
Sixteen of the skaters on one team from the skating jamoboree. There were 84 skaters in total from Terrace

Skating jamboree great for kids (RESULTS)

The Prince Rupert Skating Club (PRSC) hosted its West Area Jamboree this weekend, to much success.

Sixteen of the skaters on one team from the skating jamoboree. There were 84 skaters in total from Terrace
Earl Corliss as a young man.

What to do in Rupert this weekend: Feb. 24-26

Wondering what to do in Prince Rupert this weekend? We've got you covered.

Earl Corliss as a young man.
Kolby Jones

VIDEO and Story: The hoops brotherhood

Kolby Jones plays for the senior boys Rainmakers and just came off a strong All Native Basketball Tournament.

Kolby Jones
More than 30 squash players came out to the Prince Rupert Racquet Centre this past weekend to take part in the annual Feel the Love tournament. Players enjoyed squash games

Squash players feel the love

The second annual Feel the Love squash tournament in Prince Rupert was a big success.

More than 30 squash players came out to the Prince Rupert Racquet Centre this past weekend to take part in the annual Feel the Love tournament. Players enjoyed squash games
Rampage newcomer Cole Morris carries the puck around Terrace’s Jeremy Vandenbroek during Saturday night’s 5-2 Rampage loss at the civic centre. The series now shifts to Terrace this weekend.

Rampage drop opener against Terrace

The Rupert Rampage lost a crucial home game on Saturday night, 5-2 to the Terrace River Kings.

Rampage newcomer Cole Morris carries the puck around Terrace’s Jeremy Vandenbroek during Saturday night’s 5-2 Rampage loss at the civic centre. The series now shifts to Terrace this weekend.

Sports Briefs: Feb. 22

Brief sports stories from around the Prince Rupert area.

The senior girls basketball team at Charles Hays Secondary School (CHSS) hosted the zone championships this weekend

NorthWest Champs

The senior girls basketball team at Charles Hays Secondary School is zone champions.

The senior girls basketball team at Charles Hays Secondary School (CHSS) hosted the zone championships this weekend
Hydaburg’s Devin Edenshaw carries the ball as Robert Davis of Old Massett tries to stop him. In the second straight matchup between the two titan teams

Battle of the Haida goes to Hydaburg Masters

Hydaburg and their Haida cousins, Old Massett, rematched in the Masters Division final of the All Native Basketball Tournament.

Hydaburg’s Devin Edenshaw carries the ball as Robert Davis of Old Massett tries to stop him. In the second straight matchup between the two titan teams
The senior men’s Skidegate Saints made a hard-to-believe comeback in their final against the Kitkatla Warriors to win their sixth straight championship. Down by 13 points with 6:48 to play

SLIDESHOW: 58th All Native sees familiar winners

The 58th All Native Basketball Tournament wrapped up in Prince Rupert on Saturday, with familiar winners.

The senior men’s Skidegate Saints made a hard-to-believe comeback in their final against the Kitkatla Warriors to win their sixth straight championship. Down by 13 points with 6:48 to play
A year after coming up six points short in the final against Bella Bella

Hazelton Mystics find redemption

The second time was the charm for the Hazelton Mystics women’s team, which won the title by beating Kitamaat.

A year after coming up six points short in the final against Bella Bella
Port Simpson defeated Prince Rupert in the intermediate division to win their second straight championship.

Strike Force repeats to claim Intermediate title

The Intermediate division final was an exciting one for local fans, with Port Simpson and Prince Rupert facing off.

Port Simpson defeated Prince Rupert in the intermediate division to win their second straight championship.
Kitkatla’s Joe Lewis looks for an open teammate as Tyler York watches him closely. York was named MVP for the second time

Saints stun Warriors

The Skidegate Saints made a miraculous comeback against the Kitkatla Warriors in the senior men's division final on Saturday.

Kitkatla’s Joe Lewis looks for an open teammate as Tyler York watches him closely. York was named MVP for the second time
Richard Haley has been playing squash for more than two decades and it’s something he’s not going to give up anytime soon.

STORY AND VIDEO: MVP – Squashing the competition

The tournaments are the best part of Prince Rupert squash player, Richard Haley.

Richard Haley has been playing squash for more than two decades and it’s something he’s not going to give up anytime soon.
Champions! The junior boys basketball team at Charles Hays Secondary School won the NorthWest Zone championship last weekend

Junior boys win NorthWest Zone championship

The junior boys basketball team at Charles Hays Secondary School is zone champions.

Champions! The junior boys basketball team at Charles Hays Secondary School won the NorthWest Zone championship last weekend

Sports in Brief: Feb. 15

Shorthanded Rainmakers win, Seawolves off to provincials, From the couch to 10k