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Austin Weir tracks the puck during Game 2 action between the Prince Rupert Rampage and Hazelton Wolverines in the CIHL playoffs. Hazelton would win the game 4-3 in double overtime, but a 6-4 win by the Rampage the next day would clinch the series for Prince Rupert. (Photo gallery by KJ Millar)

Prince Rupert Rampage go the distance to knock off Hazelton

Sunday afternoon victory caps off contentious series; Terrace River Kings up next

Austin Weir tracks the puck during Game 2 action between the Prince Rupert Rampage and Hazelton Wolverines in the CIHL playoffs. Hazelton would win the game 4-3 in double overtime, but a 6-4 win by the Rampage the next day would clinch the series for Prince Rupert. (Photo gallery by KJ Millar)
New Aiyansh are the 2020 All Native Basketball Tournament Masters Division champions. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

New Aiyansh stun Hydaburg to claim first ever All Native Masters Division title

Buzzer beating three pointer by Rich Wolff caps wild comeback; Justin Adams chosen as MVP

New Aiyansh are the 2020 All Native Basketball Tournament Masters Division champions. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
The Prince Rupert Cubs are the 2020 All Native Basketball Tournament Intermediate Division champions, bringing the title to Rupert for the first time in 10 years. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert reigns once again at All Native Tournament

Cubs score first Intermediate banner for Prince Rupert since 2010

The Prince Rupert Cubs are the 2020 All Native Basketball Tournament Intermediate Division champions, bringing the title to Rupert for the first time in 10 years. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
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The Skidegate Saints are the Seniors Division champions of the 2020 All Native Basketball Tournament. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

Skidegate Saints return to top of the Seniors Division with comeback effort against Metlakatla AK

Jesse Barnes wins MVP as Saints get revenge on Alaska side in All Native finale

The Skidegate Saints are the Seniors Division champions of the 2020 All Native Basketball Tournament. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
The Haisla team from Kitamaat are champions for the third straight year following a thorough win over Hazelton. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

Kitamaat women complete the three-peat at All Native

Haisla team unstoppable in final as they rout Hazelton; Adelia Paul back to back MVP

The Haisla team from Kitamaat are champions for the third straight year following a thorough win over Hazelton. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
Kitamaat’s Adelia Paul looks for her next pass during Consolation Bracket play against Prince Rupert on Friday afternoon. Kitamaat were able to knock off the home side to book their ticket to Saturday’s final. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

All Native Basketball: Women’s and Masters Finals all set for Saturday afternoon

Kitamaat vs Hazelton and Hydaburg vs New Aiyansh are the big draws

Kitamaat’s Adelia Paul looks for her next pass during Consolation Bracket play against Prince Rupert on Friday afternoon. Kitamaat were able to knock off the home side to book their ticket to Saturday’s final. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
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All Native Basketball: Finals matchups start to take shape as title games approach

Two Prince Rupert sides in contention, while two dynasties are on the brink

(Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
Greenville’s Charles Adams (11) lets a shot fly over Kitkatla’s Terrence Robinson (5) during Consolation Bracket play in the Masters Division on Tuesday night. Adams and his Greenville side would go on to win the game 70-49, and will take on fellow consolation winners Massett on Thursday morning as each side looks to keep their tournament hopes alive. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

All Native Basketball Days 2-3: Masters Division

Prince Rupert will look to knock off perennial champions Hydaburg on Wednesday night

Greenville’s Charles Adams (11) lets a shot fly over Kitkatla’s Terrence Robinson (5) during Consolation Bracket play in the Masters Division on Tuesday night. Adams and his Greenville side would go on to win the game 70-49, and will take on fellow consolation winners Massett on Thursday morning as each side looks to keep their tournament hopes alive. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
Skidegate’s Tyler York (11) sizes up Old Massett’s Nico York (7) on defence. Skidegate would go onto win the all Haida matchup by a score of 73-62. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

All Native Basketball Days 2-3: Senior Division

Kitkatla and Metlakatla prepare to go head to head on Thursday afternoon

Skidegate’s Tyler York (11) sizes up Old Massett’s Nico York (7) on defence. Skidegate would go onto win the all Haida matchup by a score of 73-62. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
Kalem Wilson from Hazelton lines up a shot against the Prince Rupert Cubs during Intermediate action. Despite Wilson’s game high 28 points, the home side came away with the 85-63 win. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

All Native Basketball Days 2-3: Intermediate Division

Prince Rupert and Bella Bella ready for pivotal Wednesday night showdown

Kalem Wilson from Hazelton lines up a shot against the Prince Rupert Cubs during Intermediate action. Despite Wilson’s game high 28 points, the home side came away with the 85-63 win. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
Metlakatla BC take on Lax Kw’alaams in Consolation Bracket action during the All Native Basketball Tournament. Lax Kw’alaams would come away the victors with a score of 55-38, but fell in the next round to Ahousaht to see their tournament come to an end. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

All Native Basketball Days 2-3: Women’s Division

Prince Rupert Rain one game from final with win over Similkameen

Metlakatla BC take on Lax Kw’alaams in Consolation Bracket action during the All Native Basketball Tournament. Lax Kw’alaams would come away the victors with a score of 55-38, but fell in the next round to Ahousaht to see their tournament come to an end. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
Photo by K-J Millar/The Northern View

PHOTOS: All Native Opening Ceremony

Canoe Journey arrives in Prince Rupert to kick off the 2020 tournament

  • Feb 10, 2020
Photo by K-J Millar/The Northern View
Kanisha Edinger of the Prince Rupert Rain watches her shot drop during her team’s 95-23 win over Kincolith. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

All Native Basketball Tournament: Day 1

Prince Rupert Rain score blowout victory as Women’s division kicks off in full swing

Kanisha Edinger of the Prince Rupert Rain watches her shot drop during her team’s 95-23 win over Kincolith. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
Wolverines goalie Keano Wilson digs the puck out of his net after another Prince Rupert goal during their comeback effort. Teal Burns had a hat trick in the Rampage’s 6-5 double overtime win, which sees Rupert finish the season at 12-3-1. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert splits final homestand, finish regular season second overall

The Rampage will play Hazelton in the playoffs after loss to Terrace and win against the Wolverines

Wolverines goalie Keano Wilson digs the puck out of his net after another Prince Rupert goal during their comeback effort. Teal Burns had a hat trick in the Rampage’s 6-5 double overtime win, which sees Rupert finish the season at 12-3-1. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
Hyla McQuaid from Charles Hays edged out Mady Edgars from Haida Gwaii for the gold in their showdown. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

Wrestling tournaments return to Prince Rupert

Prince Rupert, Haida Gwaii and Hazelton wrestlers took part ahead of the upcoming Zones

Hyla McQuaid from Charles Hays edged out Mady Edgars from Haida Gwaii for the gold in their showdown. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
The Prince Rupert Gymnastics Association athletes await their scores during competition in Smithers. (Submitted photo)

Prince Rupert gymnasts roll at Smithers gymnastics competition

Rupert athletes a mainstay on the podium, all qualify for provincials

The Prince Rupert Gymnastics Association athletes await their scores during competition in Smithers. (Submitted photo)
Canfisco in Prince Rupert may be the new home for the Prince Rupert Gymnastics Association. (Ed Evans / The Northern View)

City to lease space at Canfisco site, PRGA top of list

The Prince Rupert Gymnastics Association has plans to expand their facilities

Canfisco in Prince Rupert may be the new home for the Prince Rupert Gymnastics Association. (Ed Evans / The Northern View)
Prince Rupert Rampage defender Jacob Santurbano (6) chases the puck and Quesnel Kangaroos forward Braiden Epp (21) behind the Rampage goal during a game at the West Fraser Centre on Sunday January 19. Prince Rupert would go on to win the game 4-3. (Sasha Sefter / Quesnel Cariboo Observer)

Prince Rupert Rampage roll in Cariboo country

A pair of wins have the Rampage in position to control their own playoff destiny

Prince Rupert Rampage defender Jacob Santurbano (6) chases the puck and Quesnel Kangaroos forward Braiden Epp (21) behind the Rampage goal during a game at the West Fraser Centre on Sunday January 19. Prince Rupert would go on to win the game 4-3. (Sasha Sefter / Quesnel Cariboo Observer)
Rainmakers’ Dakota Knockwood keeps an eye on Bobcats’ Mason Berekoff during the second match of the back to back games between Charles Hays and visiting Brookswood Secondary from Langley. Charles Hays took the Saturday game 69-57, following a 73-66 victory the night before. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

Senior Rainmakers take both games against visiting Brookswood Secondary

Charles Hays sweeps the weekend series against the AAA Langley side

Rainmakers’ Dakota Knockwood keeps an eye on Bobcats’ Mason Berekoff during the second match of the back to back games between Charles Hays and visiting Brookswood Secondary from Langley. Charles Hays took the Saturday game 69-57, following a 73-66 victory the night before. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
The Prince Rupert Raiders are champions of the Apex Mountain Shotgun Outdoor Hockey Tournament after their top showing in the Penticton tournament from Jan. 9-12. (Submitted photo)

Rupert Raiders prove themselves the Apex competitors

Team had to battle the elements, in addition to their opponenets, at Apex Outdoor Tournament

The Prince Rupert Raiders are champions of the Apex Mountain Shotgun Outdoor Hockey Tournament after their top showing in the Penticton tournament from Jan. 9-12. (Submitted photo)