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Prince Rupert Tribesmen win 2018 Junior All Native Basketball Tournament

The Tribesmen remained undefeated throughout the tournament

VIDEO: Kayaking down the Skeena during the eulachon run

Witness sea lions, seas, sea gulls and eagles as they feast on eulachon in the Skeena River

MVP of the Week: Finding inspiration on the ice

Samantha Wiley met legends of the women’s game and played in the Global Girl’s Game on March 11

Seawolves win all five games in provincial championships

Prince Rupert’s bantam team defeat Langley 2-1 after a tough match in the finals

Prince Rupert Tribesmen advance to semi-finals in 2018 Junior All Native Basketball Tournament

Prince Rupert will be set to face Haida in the semi-finals matchup on Thursday

Prince Rupert Tribesmen Finals
Prince Rupert vs Haida Gwaii Jr Basketball Tournament
Kayaking the Skeena River during the eulachon run
Prince Rupert U17 Boys Native Basketball

Rupert runner wins in race lottery to run in New York City Marathon

Crystal Sawatzky is one of more than 100,000 runners who applied to the marathon’s lottery

Prince Rupert teams off to a strong start at Junior All Native Tournament

Under-17 and Under-13 boys both registered early victories

Dan Hendrickson goes all in to win Poker Nights tournament

Prince Rupert Curling Club’s annual poker tournament raised approximately $700

Runners get festive in Terrace St. Patricks Day Run

Nearly all decked out in green, more than 160 people ran the first Terrace St Patty’s Day Run

Charles Hays wrestling on the rise

Prince Rupert Rainmakers wrestling team is ready for more success after their first season

Rainmakers season ends at BC Provincial Championships

The senior boys team went 2-2 to finish 7th in the tournament

MVP of the Week: Leaving it on the mat

Tatum Acker turned her newfound passion for wrestling into a zone championship

Figure skating show launches into space

Seventy-five figure skaters performed in the Prince Rupert club’s year end show on March 10

UPDATED: Team Tardi brings world junior curling gold home to Langley

A Langley-based team has won the international championships in Aberdeen, Scotland today.

  • Mar 10th, 2018

Day One in the books at B.C. high school basketball championships

Two of the four defending champions eliminated on opening day of tournament at Langley Events Centre

MVP Of The Week: Breaking boards and barriers

Prince Rupert taekwondo instructor Paul Bozman’s travels have deepened his love for his art