Sports: In Brief

A look at sporting events in Prince Rupert for the last week.

Rec centre launches for the fall

As of Sept. 6, the recreation complex – including the gym, pool and fitness centre – will be reopened after being closed for annual maintenance shut downs.

The facilities have been closed for the month of August.

Specific details of what was done are still to come.

New golf fundraising event

Prince Rupert Golf Club unveiled a new event for this weekend.

The Par 3 Party Fundraiser will take place on Sept. 10, beginning at 10 a.m.

There will be men’s flights, women’s flights and mixed flights. Prizes will be awarded on each hole, as well as hole-in-one prizes and team prizes for each flight.

The 18-hole tournament will cost $200 per team.Money raised from the event will go towards a project on the course to be completed this winter.

Kaien Island Slo-Pitch playoffs

With the baseball season coming to a close, the Kaien Island Slo-Pitch playoffs are set for Sept. 7 to 11.

There will be two games played at 6:15 p.m. on the Wednesday through Friday at Chris Maguire Field and Patty Hutcheon Field at the civic centre.

The games will continue on Saturday and Sunday based on the results from the previous three nights.

Play fall or winter sports? Call us

As school begins, so does the traditional fall and winter sports schedule.

If you or your children are participating in hockey, curling, basketball or any fall/winter sport, let us know your schedule.

Call Bevan Hamilton at 250-624-8088, fax 250-624-8085 or e-mail sports@thenorthernview.com

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