William Gye

The Jr. Charles Hays Secondary Rainmakers won their fourth straight Coastal Clash tournament last weekend.

Rainmakers repeat as Coastal Clash champs

A showdown versus CAL in the final had the Rainmakers trying to take the championship for (at least) the fourth time in a row

The Jr. Charles Hays Secondary Rainmakers won their fourth straight Coastal Clash tournament last weekend.
The Rampage’s Derek Baker

Steelheads beat Rampage twice to end season

On their last regular season road trip, the Prince Rupert Rampage’s current hot streak fizzled

The Rampage’s Derek Baker
Mark Lakeman and Ken Shaw

Placemaking a huge hit in Rupert, video and story

Placemaking is the concept of reinventing public spaces as a social gathering site, video and story

Mark Lakeman and Ken Shaw
The Prince Rupert Kings gathered together on the ice once again last Saturday night before the Rampage game.

Kings of old honoured

With a collection of over 30 alumni from 1974-1982, it was an impressive reminder of how deep hockey roots run in Prince Rupert

The Prince Rupert Kings gathered together on the ice once again last Saturday night before the Rampage game.
Justin McChesney performs a block on a McRoberts Secondary player last weekend.

Rainmakers sweep McRoberts in weekend series

Sr. boys win three, Jr. boys lose in final in Prince George

Justin McChesney performs a block on a McRoberts Secondary player last weekend.

Rampage sizzling as playoffs near

The Prince Rupert Rampage finished up their regular season home schedule on a high note.

Brayden Horcoff notched a goal during action in Saturday’s game between the Prince Rupert Rampage and Smithers Steelheads.

Steelheads double up on Rampage

The Prince Rupert Rampage ran into some stiff competition this weekend in their lone home match-up

Brayden Horcoff notched a goal during action in Saturday’s game between the Prince Rupert Rampage and Smithers Steelheads.
Ring System Music Studio rehearses for the 2015 Jingle Bell Rock Concert on Sunday. The eclectic mix of songs will include everything from country music to Christmas tunes.

Much-anticipated Jingle Bell Rock returns

Ring System Music Studio practiced for the upcoming Jingle Bell Rock Concert on Dec. 19.

Ring System Music Studio rehearses for the 2015 Jingle Bell Rock Concert on Sunday. The eclectic mix of songs will include everything from country music to Christmas tunes.

Rainmakers handle tough teams at provincials

The CHSS senior boys’ volleyball team took part in the Big Kahuna BC Volleyball Provincial Championships

Terrace River Kings’ captain Steve Cullis is denied by Prince Rupert Rampage goaltender Devon Gerrits in the River Kings’ 3-0 win on Friday night. The Rampage sit five points back of the division-leading River Kings.

River Kings blank Rampage

The Prince Rupert Rampage were in action on Friday night in Terrace, but ultimately fell in their third road game in a row, 3-0.

Terrace River Kings’ captain Steve Cullis is denied by Prince Rupert Rampage goaltender Devon Gerrits in the River Kings’ 3-0 win on Friday night. The Rampage sit five points back of the division-leading River Kings.
The peewee Seawolves mob goalie Jacob Gordon after a win.

Seawolves earn split with Storm

The Prince Rupert peewee rep hockey team was in action over the weekend at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre.

The peewee Seawolves mob goalie Jacob Gordon after a win.

Rampage winless on eastern road trip

The Prince Rupert Rampage embarked on their annual eastern road-trip over the weekend, but failed to register a win.

Greenville’s Marissa Nyce tries to work her way past a Vancouver guard.

Vancouver women top Greenville in final

The final of the women’s section of the All Native Qualifying Basketball Tournament finished Saturday night

Greenville’s Marissa Nyce tries to work her way past a Vancouver guard.

Points North runners-up in Prince George meet

Select members of the Prince Rupert Rapids swam at the Prince George Medical Northern Sprint Swim Meet from Nov. 20 – 22

Masset’s Chris Campbell (5) tries to get past a guarding Mike Wesley (6) of Hazelton. The Raiders topped Hazelton on Saturday.

Raiders book ticket to ANBT

After a lackluster first quarter, the Masset Raiders were able to top the Hazelton Spartans 85-59 in the senior men's final

Masset’s Chris Campbell (5) tries to get past a guarding Mike Wesley (6) of Hazelton. The Raiders topped Hazelton on Saturday.
The Prince Rupert midget rep Seawolves gained valuable experience

Seawolves go 1-3-1 in tough Prince George tourney

The Prince Rupert midget rep Seawolves were in action this past weekend in Prince George at a tier 2 tournament.

The Prince Rupert midget rep Seawolves gained valuable experience
The Charles Hays senior boys’ volleyball team beat the Smithers Gryphons to take the 2015-16 Northwest zones title.

Rainmakers take zones final

Coach Delloch, senior boys find revenge in Smithers

The Charles Hays senior boys’ volleyball team beat the Smithers Gryphons to take the 2015-16 Northwest zones title.
The Charles Hays senior girls’ volleyball team claimed silver at the 2015-16 zones championship in Terrace this past weekend. Caledonia Secondary took gold and will represent the Northwest division at provincials.

‘Makers battle to silver finish in Terrace

The squad played a winner-take-all, best-of-five set match against the Caledonia Secondary School (CSS) Kermodes.

The Charles Hays senior girls’ volleyball team claimed silver at the 2015-16 zones championship in Terrace this past weekend. Caledonia Secondary took gold and will represent the Northwest division at provincials.
The CHSS junior girls’ volleyball squad followed their impressive ‘B’ division championship last year as ‘A’ finalists this year. They fell to Terrace’s Caledonia Secondary 16-25

Rainmakers spike second spot

The Prince Rupert Rainmakers junior girls’ volleyball team was in action this past weekend as the squad attended the ‘A’ zones championship

The CHSS junior girls’ volleyball squad followed their impressive ‘B’ division championship last year as ‘A’ finalists this year. They fell to Terrace’s Caledonia Secondary 16-25

Helijet squeaks out win over RE/MAX atoms

Both Prince Rupert teams in the tournament had good showings, and were unfortunate not to advance to the bronze or gold medal games