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Each spring, tournament organizers pick a different charitable organization to donate proceeds to.
Katelyn DePodesta, Charley Ball and Abbi Bradley played key roles for the U13 champions.
Six BCHLers have been nominated for major awards, including two Penticton Vees.
After spending one more year playing major midget, the forward will play BCHL hockey in 2020-21.
Carson Olafson will travel to Korea this summer to compete in two freestyle relay races.
The showcase for Canada’s top teenage football talents will be nationally televised on TSN.
After seven years, the offensive lineman is hanging them up.
Wheeler and a group of Chilliwack Spartan Swim Club athletes competed at a meet in Alberta.
The Chilliwack native posted impressive results in tests designed to identify elite athletes.
Wayne Bjorge was recognized last week for his two-decades plus work growing amateur football in B.C.
Chilliwack golf instructor Jennifer Greggain writes a bi-weekly column in the Chilliwack Progress.
Cole Wicker will play men’s b-ball for the Kings in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference.
Four Chilliwack gymnasts traveled to Saskatchewan to represent B.C. in the meet.
Riley Ashley led the Chilliwack offence, smacking three homers in an Easter weekend win.
The seven footer will be the man in the middle for the fledgling Canadian Elite B-Ball League team.
Kyle Turris, Dante Fabbro and Troy Stecher will represent Canada in the international tournament.
The wheelchair basketball star led his team into the Canadian Wheelchair Basketball League tourney
The National Lacrosse League team recognized the Chilliwack Mustangs grad with a team award.
Joel Friesen was the first overall selection in the Canadian Elite Basketball League entry draft.
The junior A team has seven people beating the bushes trying to find the next generation of Chiefs.