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Local lacrosse girls game for Team BC

A bench-load of Tri-City athletes will represent B.C. on both its Midget and Bantam teams that are gearing up for the Canadian national girls lacrosse championships set to run next Thursday through July 28 at Queen's Park Arena in New Westminster.

Fox hoop boss heads to Victoria

Terry Fox high school boys basketball coaching icon Rich Chambers was named the new head coach of the University of Victoria Vikes women's hoop squad, it was announced earlier this week.

Seniors sluggers serious about having fun

" You spend a good piece of your life gripping a baseball and, in the end, it turns out that it was the other way around all the time.

Two Tri-City players toil for Oakeys

Two Tri-City players are set to toil on the Burnaby Oakeys '96 squad in the 2011 Scotiabank Canadian Open Fastpitch International Championship, July 11-17 at South Surrey's Softball City.

Fishing is free on Father's Day

Sunday is Father's Day, the one day a year when dad is supposed to do what he wants. Now don't tell me that embodies him hanging out in the backyard grilling burgers on the barbecue.

Anmore's Marks powers way to Paris

Anmore's Jordan Marks is one of eight B.C. athletes with a disability chosen to represent Canada on its first ever national powerchair football team. A 20-year-old University of B.C.

Sr. B Bandits blast Indians

Jordan Flaman pumped in eight goals to propel the Port Moody Bandits to a 17-7 romp over the North Shore Indians in West Coast Sr. 'B' lacrosse league action Friday.

Shark attack in water polo

PoMo Peewees strike gold in Saanich

Port Moody Peewee A1 lacrosse team grabbed the gold medal at the Wooster Classic tournament last weekend in Saanich.

CMF U9 soccer girls kickin' around