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Prince Rupert Amateur Swim Club (PRASC) athletes competed in the BC “AA” Provincial Championships in Penticton from Feb. 12 - 14.
The CHSS Rainmakers senior boys basketball team won the Northwest Zones tournament and will compete at the AAA B.C. championships.
The 65th Annual Prince Rupert Mixed Bonspiel took place at the Prince Rupert Curling Club this past weekend.
The Prince Rupert Midget Rep Seawolves will be playing at the 2016 B.C. Tier 4 Provincial Championships.
A final summation of all awards presented from the 2016 All Native Basketball Tournament
Prince Rupert's Fred Hutchings, Kevin Winther and Andy Chugh are off to the B.C. Winter Games in Penticton
Senior girls finish second, Grade 8 Storm teams claim Northwest titles
Bella Bella took home this year’s trophy, besting their opposition in a tight game 56-50
The Intermediate final at the All Native Basketball Tournament saw Port Simpson match up against Bella Bella.
The Skidegate Saints’ senior basketball team have captured their fifth straight All Native Basketball championship.
The ANBT’s Masters Division Final pitted Old Masset against Hydaburg, in a rematch of last year’s final.
The Rupert Rampage season came to an abrupt end on Saturday losing 7-2 to the Terrace River Kings.
The Prince Rupert Seawolves Midget Reps fell 10-0 to the Terrace Kermodes, but the lopsided loss wasn’t a true indicator.
Saturday saw the culmination of a season in one game for the Prince Rupert Rampage.
The All Native Basketball Tournament (ANBT) kicks off this coming week on Feb. 7.
The PRASC Rapids took second-place in the Northwest Regional Championships in Kitimat from January 22-24
Colby Jones made a clutch shot to lock up the regional game as the Rainmakers senior boys’ basketball team beat Caledonia
Both teams looked like they were having a blast. Ferryn Collins was often seen dangling, not to be outdone by Kade Jones
Paul Eisenhauer and Kathy Dann went home as champions of the ‘A’ division
The Prince Rupert Rampage are back in the playoffs ... and in black