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Feisty battle sees two New York players ejected
Team takes on Okanagan Rockets in B.C. Minor Midget League finals
The woeful Cowichan Caps beating the mighty Penticton Vees is an underdog story for the ages.
Minister announces investigation unit and toll-free confidential helpline
The Spruce Kings made a run to the BCHL final last year and that experience serves them well.
Chilliwack skaters have led the charge for the T-Birds, who prepare to face the Okanagan Rockets.
With their scoring leaders having a quiet series, Chilliwack got offence from secondary sources.
Habs netminder surpasses Jacques Plante’s record for most wins
The Swim B.C. Winter Provincial Championships were held March 7-10 in Kamloops.
The Giants are a summer collegiate baseball team playing in the Western Major Baseball League.
Canada is ranked 79th in the world
The Sardis grad will help the Bandits in their inaugural Canadian Elite Basketball League season.
Paisley MacRury’s battle with leukemia receiving support from Team Canada rugby sevens squad
Chilliwack’s top squash players squared off last week at the Landing Leisure Centre.
Daniel Chenard is in a zone and his play helped his Chiefs get past Langley in the first round.
The senior earned a first all-star team selection even though his team was knocked out early.
Credo came out on top as the arch-rivals battled for a senior girls 1A provincial banner.
The Knights went 3-1 and finished third overall at the year end tournament in Langley.
Klebe’s rink demolished the field at the tournament in Nanaimo, qualifying for nationals.
The Chiefs erased an 0-3 series deficit and moved on to round two with a 3-2 triumph Sunday night.