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Sr. Adanacs bounce Burrards

Bob Salt's Coquitlam Adanacs had too much pepper Saturday for the Maple Ridge Burrards.

Dinwoodie on Pacific puck coaching staff

Coquitlam's Jim Dinwoodie has been named an assistant coach of the Team Pacific squad that will compete in the 2012 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge in Winnipeg, beginning next December. Dinwoodie has been involved extensively with B.C.

Wingrove Memorial tourney a class act

Craig Wingrove saw something at the inaugural Trevor Wingrove Memorial minor lacrosse tournament Sunday that he felt epitomized the spirit and sportsmanship his brother always exuded on the playing floor. Class.

Pinetree nets silver in BC badminton

Coquitlam's Pinetree Timberwolves swatted their way to the silver medal at the B.C. high school badminton championships last weekend in Kamloops. The defending-champion T-wolves were halted from repeating their 2010 title feat by St.

Premier Reds brace for Island battles

Junior A lacrosse rivalry roars on

It occurred June 2, 2010. Ken Wood believes if there was one blemish in the Coquitlam Jr. Adanacs' near-perfect season last year, it came that very day. That's when the community-rival Port Coquitlam Saints -- who would go on to finish the B.C. Jr.

Fleetwood out-does Fox in BC ball hockey

Terry Ravens failed to manage a victory at the inaugural B.C. high school ball hockey championships but Surrey's Fleetwood Park Dragons posted the one that truly mattered.

Fishing via rail part of local history

To close my recent series on Vancouver sport fishing personalities, I have chosen not to single out another person. Instead, I have elected to remember a past fixture of Vancouver -- The Interurban Railway.

Peewee Adanacs strike gold in N. Delta

Coquitlam Peewee 'B' Adanacs posted five straight wins and grabbed the gold medal at last weekend's North Delta minor lacrosse tournament.

Jr. A's win, Sr. A's lose

Coquitlam Jr. Adanacs out-scored the Port Coquitlam Saints 4-1 in the third period on way to a convincing 11-5 victory over their Tri-City rivals in a B.C. Jr. 'A' lacrosse league game Wednesday at Poirier Sports and Leisure Complex.