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In their first game as a fifteens squad, CHSS loses 27-15 to Terrace.
Islander Hall Society contributes money to Prince Rupert Amateur Swim Club
Brief sports stories from around the Prince Rupert region for the week of May 10.
Kai Leighton will travel to Regina this summer with the Team BC U15 squad.
Jamie Komadina has a secret dream of one day running in the Boston Marathon.
Zach Dolan qualified for his first 15-year-old Canadian Junior National time.
Prince Rupert dancers cleaned up at the Pacific Northwest Music Festival in Terrace.
The Prince Rupert U12 Rep girls soccer team opens its season against Lax Kw’alaams.
Tobie Wick has combined her passions of dance and yoga her entire life.
Prince Rupert Minor Hockey Association hands out its yearly awards.
The Grade 10 student at CHSS discovered his passion for the weight room in December 2015
A former Rupert athlete has translated her humble beginnings into the start of a hockey career
The Charles Hays Rainmakers won their first game of the year in Kitimat last weekend.
The CHSS Rainmakers tied Hazelton and a team from Haida Gwaii over the past weekend in Terrace
Seamen struggle in preseason match, Men’s Day Opening Scramble approaches, Music Festival Upcoming
Junior and senior teams travel to Williams Lake in a successful weekend.
It was almost a huge win for the Rupert Rampage, but a late rally led to a 4-3 overtime loss to the Smithers Steelheads on Saturday
The Prince Rupert Rampage took the game 7-4 against the Kitimat Ice Demons.
The Rupert Rampage lost a crucial home game on Saturday night, 5-2 to the Terrace River Kings.
Rampage off to second round of playoffs after convincing 9-3 win on home ice last weekend