Sports briefs

Here’s what is going on in sports this weekend in Prince Rupert

Rupert Rampage on the road in Terrace

The Prince Rupert Rampage hope to keep their current streak of success alive as they head to Terrace on Nov. 25 for a game against the River Kings. The Rampage are unbeaten in their last four games with three victories and a tie.

Prince Rupert has a 1-0-1 record against Terrace on the season after a 4-4 double overtime thriller on Oct. 28 at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre Ice Arena and a 9-6 victory on Nov. 4 in Terrace.

All-Native qualifying tournament

Five womens teams and six mens teams are competing for three spots in next year’s All-Native basketball tournament at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre. The double elimination tournamet began on Nov. 23 and will continue until Nov. 25. The women’s and men’s third place games tip off at 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on Nov. 24 respectively. The women’s and men’s final games take place on Nov. 25 at 3:30 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.

Curl BC hosting event at Curling Club

On Nov. 26, the Prince Rupert Curling Club will host the ‘I Rock the House’ curling camp, where children aged 9-12 will have the opportunity to learn the basics of the game in a fun and relaxed environment.

The session costs $20 per participant and includes lunch.

Bantam Seawolves host Kitimat

Prince Rupert’s Bantam Rep hockey team will host Kitimat on Nov. 25 at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre Ice Arena for the first game of the home and away series.

The Bantam Seawolves are currently 2-0 in Northwest district league play after a victory in Smithers over the weekend.

Rupert Curling Club to host Ladies Bonspiel

The Prince Rupert Curling Club will host the Ladies Bonspiel from November 24-26. In addition to the tournament, there will be a potluck on Nov. 24 and a dinner and dance on Nov. 25.

The cost of entry is $280. For more information, contact Natasha Lebedick at 250-600-1972 or nlebedick@gmail.com.

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