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The Falcons hit the road to Kelowna and came home with a big AAA football win.
Playing their fourth game in four and a half days, the Chiefs ran out of gas in a 6-5 loss.
The Chiefs are 5-0 in the friendly confines of the Chilliwack Coliseum to start the BCHL season.
Trailing 1-0 through 40 minutes, the Chiefs scored three in the third period in a 4-1 win.
The BC Major Bantam Hockey League had its teams in Richmond for a showcase event.
Week five of the minor football season saw several Chilliwack Minor Football teams pick up wins.
In their Bauer BCHL Showcase Festival opener, the Chiefs skated to a 5-2 win.
The 18 year old BCHL rookie will eventually be a member of the Wildcats hockey club.
The Bears played spoilers at the Sardis home opener, winning 32-19 at Exhibition Stadium.
The Sardis secondary school grad has been a freshman sensation for UFV’s women’s soccer squad.
The forward was struggling to get playing time and produce early this season on a deep Chiefs team.
The Sardis grad collected two more goals for the Cascades in weekend games vs UBC and UVic.
Rylance had two goals for the Chiefs in a 5-2 BCHL win Saturday night at the Chilliwack Coliseum.
The forward has been named to Team B.C.’s roster for the National U-18 Hockey Championship.
Jacob Bestebroer passed away last Wednesday after a long battle with cancer.
It’s been a stop and start beginning to the BCHL season for the junior A club.
The second-year Falcons are 2-0 in AAA play as they chase their first division title.
Ethan Bowen scored three goals as the Chiefs dumped their Mainland division rivals 6-2.
The major bantam squad faced the elite POE prep team last weekend in two exhibition games.
Week three of the minor football season also saw the peewee Blue Giants lose a close one to Abby.