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Best bags bronze in FV gals soccer

After playing five games in 10 days, members of the Dr. Charles Best Blue Devils senior girls soccer squad did not show any signs of fatigue when they took on their heated Tri-City rivals, the Centennial Centaurs, Thursday night.

Jr. A's jolt Bby., Saints drop OT pair

Coquitlam Jr. Adanacs saved their best for the second period Sunday, solidifying their first-place position in the B.C. Jr. 'A' lacrosse league standings. The Jr. A's out-scored the host Burnaby Jr.

Coquitlam's Leroux bright light for 'Caps

Coquitlam product Sydney Leroux netted the game's lone goal as the Vancouver Whitecaps FC women raised their record to 2-0 via a 1-0 victory over the Seattle Sounders in their home opener Sunday before 1,555 fans at Percy Perry Stadium.

PoCo 3rd in Peewee girls lacrosse

Cassandra Gill pumped in three goals as PoCo blanked Port Moody 5-0 to claim bronze at last weekend's Adanac Peewee girls lacrosse tournament. Erica Berg and Heidi Robinson also scored for PoCo, with goalie Erica McLaren nabbing game MVP honours.

A's swamp Lakers in WLA debut

It's no surprise on the Coquitlam Adanacs when goals come from big guns like Dane Dobbie, Daryl Veltman and Jason Jones.

Blaze rock Reds in BCPBL twinbill

The difference between first place and eighth in the 13-team B.C. Premier Baseball League was most apparent Sunday. Sixteen runs.

PoCo gymnasts take home gold

Tri-City trampoline and tumbling athletes had a solid showing when more than 165 gymnasts converged on the Port Coquitlam Recreation Centre for the Western Canadian championships last weekend.

A Tri-City team will take third in FV tourney

After both teams suffered disappointing losses earlier this week the Centennial Centaurs and Charles Best Blue Devils bounced back with convincing wins Wednesday in the girls' soccer AAA Fraser Valley championship tournament.

The Adanacs are off

The Coquitlam Sr. Adanacs will begin their quest for the Mann Cup tonight at the Bill Copeland Arena, where the squad will take on the Burnaby Lakers.

Anderson known for both his teaching and fly tying

This week in our series on Vancouver sport fishing personalities we look at Earl Anderson. Known for creating the Anderson stonefly nymph in 1960, Anderson had other achievements to his credit.