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The 0-9 hole the basketball team dug early in the CEBL season may be too much to overcome.
The program will run Tuesdays and Fridays, starting July 19 and running through Sept. 26.
After five qualifier rounds, the championship invitational was held at the Chilliwack Golf Club.
Six locals are trying to make the rosters of teams that will represent BC in Western championships.
The Chilliwack swim club was one of the most successful at the massive meet in Victoria.
The 18 year old will share the crease with returning veteran Mathieu Caron this fall.
Peter Reynolds and Hudson Thornton are in the fold as the Chiefs continue their roster rebuild.
The Metro division A Cup final saw the Selects top Port Moody 3-0 at the South Surrey Athletic Park.
Chilliwack Chiefs hockey boss Brian Maloney talks about changes to the annual event.
Baseball B.C. will use the camps to evaluate players for spots on provincial teams.
One Chilliwack player heads to Kamloops for a tournament while a second goes to Kingston, Ontario.
Two out of five rounds are in the books with the third round going Thursday at Fraser Glen.
The Chiefs get a lot of road games out of the way early as they chase a junior A championship.
The showcase game will be held in Chilliwack, July 20 at Exhibition Stadium.
Abbotsford native Eric Roberts is the lead instructor as camps get under way July 8.
The Rep Report is a weekly look at how Chilliwack Minor Baseball’s top teams are doing.
After one more year with the JWHL Pacific Steelers, Klassen makes the jump to the NCAA ranks.
Melissa Palmer, Joanna Gemmell and Breanne Weflen will now get to play in a national tournament.
Underdogs who were demolished in early season play, the Chilliwack team has morphed into a force.
Wes Darvill and Jordan Lennerton will travel to Peru next month for an international tournament.