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Run production, confidence up on Reds

Run production hit top speed last weekend for the Coquitlam Reds, who are quickly steaming upward in the B.C. Premier Baseball League standings.

Jr. A's shrug off host Shamrocks

Robert Church rifled in six goals and added three assists as the Coquitlam Jr. Adanacs throttled the Jr. Shamrocks 20-8 in a B.C. Jr. 'A' lacrosse league game Saturday in Victoria. Michael Krgovich bagged four more goals for the Jr.

Timbermen chop down WLA Adanacs

They call them the Timbermen for a reason. They cut the Coquitlam Adanacs down to size Sunday.

Another victory for Vigna in jr. golf

Coquitlam golfer Kevin Vigna just keeps on winning.

Controversy catching on in fishing

One of the things I like about writing sport fishing columns is addressing controversial stuff. One of these subjects is the use of attractants (or fish luring scents). There is no doubt that attractants work, and work well.

Tri-City gals' puck pair eye Quebec

Two Tri-City players were among the 19 named Tuesday to the B.C. Under-18 female hockey team that will compete in the Canadian national championships set to take place Nov. 2-6 in Saguenay, Que.

Jr. Adanacs bury 'Bellies early

They met in last years's Minto Cup national tournament and they met again April 26 in the 2011 B.C. Jr. 'A' lacrosse league's regular season opener at Queen's Park Arena. And they met yet again Wednesday and, again, the Coquitlam Jr.

BMXer Nyhaug 'our star'

The BMX BC Cup was held in Abbotsford last Sunday, featuring a new world-class track. Speaking of world class, Coquitlam's Tory Nyhaug competed.

Sharks hoping for a Keg of money

Coquitlam Sharks Aquatic Club is a finalist in the Keg Steakhouse's 40th anniversary Thanks a Million grant program. The Keg is offering 40 grants worth $25,000 each to organizations in areas that house a Keg Restaurant.

Tennis a literal smash in Coquitlam