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BC Summer Games making volunteer push

Organizers seeking volunteers for Abbotsford event

UFV's Kevon Parchment was dominant on the weekend vs. the UBC Thunderbirds

Cascades basketball teams take three of four games vs. UBC

After running a gauntlet of top-five ranked teams in recent weeks, the UFV men's basketball squad has emerged better for the experience.

UFV's Kevon Parchment was dominant on the weekend vs. the UBC Thunderbirds
Under a controversial new divisional alignment

Column: ‘Pioneer hunting’ the new catchphrase for Cascades hoopsters

The new basketball divisional structure approved by Canada West for 2014-15 is grossly unfair to newer members of the league like UFV.

Under a controversial new divisional alignment
Abbotsford Rugby Football Club product Aaron Flagg (with ball) made his debut with the Canadian senior men’s national team vs. Japan on June 19.

Flagg flies for Canada: Abbotsford Rugby Club product makes international debut

Aaron Flagg, a Sardis Secondary grad who played club rugby in Abbotsford, suited up for the Canadian men's rugby side last week.

Abbotsford Rugby Football Club product Aaron Flagg (with ball) made his debut with the Canadian senior men’s national team vs. Japan on June 19.
David Yaromich of Abbotsford finished closest to the pin in the finals of the Rotary Club of Abbotsford's Million Dollar Hole in One contest on Sunday

Rotary’s Hole in One contest raises $59,000 for charity

Standing over his ball, knowing that his next swing could net him seven figures, was both exciting and stressful for David Yaromich.

David Yaromich of Abbotsford finished closest to the pin in the finals of the Rotary Club of Abbotsford's Million Dollar Hole in One contest on Sunday
The UFV women's volleyball team celebrated after winning the CCAA national championship on Saturday evening. It was the first national title in program history.

Updated: UFV women’s volleyballers win national title

The Cascades dominated in the finals of the CCAA championship tourney, beating the host Lakeland Rustlers in three sets.

The UFV women's volleyball team celebrated after winning the CCAA national championship on Saturday evening. It was the first national title in program history.
Sam Kurath (with ball) has been among the players making a contribution off the bench for the UFV Cascades over the second half of the season. The Cascades host the Saskatchewan Huskies in the first round of the Canada West playoffs this week

Cascades women’s hoopsters face mirror-image Huskies in first round of playoffs

As Al Tuchscherer toiled to build his program into a top contender in Canada West, he used the Saskatchewan Huskies as a template.

Sam Kurath (with ball) has been among the players making a contribution off the bench for the UFV Cascades over the second half of the season. The Cascades host the Saskatchewan Huskies in the first round of the Canada West playoffs this week
Striker Carly Neeson (17) is among the players being counted on to boost their production this season for the UFV women’s soccer team.

Cascades carry high hopes into new Canada West soccer season

As the University of the Fraser Valley women's soccer team plots a return to the Canada West playoffs, the goal is, well, more goals.

Striker Carly Neeson (17) is among the players being counted on to boost their production this season for the UFV women’s soccer team.
UFV's soccer teams are departing their former home at Abbotsford's Bateman Park. They'll play their home games at Chilliwack's Exhibition Field this season.

Cascades soccer teams to move from Abbotsford to Chilliwack

The University of the Fraser Valley's soccer teams are moving from Abbotsford to Chilliwack.

UFV's soccer teams are departing their former home at Abbotsford's Bateman Park. They'll play their home games at Chilliwack's Exhibition Field this season.
Just five months after breaking her leg

Gritty comeback leads to gold for Morison

Just five months ago, Marquita Morison feared her gymnastics career was history. That she can now call herself a Western Canadian champion is a tribute to the 13-year-old's deep reservoir of grit and determination.

Just five months after breaking her leg