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Fishing a pipe dream or a plan?

One of the many things I learned in my years as a youth fly fishing club coach is the value of an objective. It is often an objective that can make the difference between a pipe dream and a plan.

CMF Panthers tie U16 Trouble

Coquitlam Metro-Ford Panthers overcame an early 2-0 deficit to earn a 3-3 draw versus the host Tsawwassen Trouble in a girls Under-16 Silver soccer game Sunday.

Roots battles to bronze in judo

Kristi Roots of the PoCo Judo Club grabbed a bronze medal in the women's Under-20 division at the Saskatchewan Open tournament last weekend in Regina.

Hawes rink curls to Games gold

Dezaray Hawes skipped her rink to a gold medal in girls' curling to lead a 26-athlete Coquitlam contingent at the 5th annual International Children's (12-15) Winter Games last week in Kelowna.

Black Cats still in first-place hunt

It was a shootout that didn't make it that far. Trevor Kang's unassisted goal 4:15 into overtime boosted the Port Moody Black Panthers to a 2-1 triumph over the North Delta Devils in a Pacific International Jr.

Key 4-game homestand for Express

Coquitlam Express swapped a 4-3 loss to the Chiefs last Thursday in Langley with a 4-3 win Friday at the Sports Centre over the same squad.

Ice Dog soars in PoCo minor pucks

CMF Hurricane storms Gunner

Late rocket lifts soccer's PoMo Reds

Reshad Ziauddin volleyed a shot into the top corner in the 73rd minute as the Port Moody Reds edged Coquitlam Metro-Ford Inter 1-0 in a boys Under-18 Gold soccer game Sunday at PoMo turf field.

Phoenix rises in Major Midget hockey

Phoenix Logan-Hill of Port Moody was outstanding in posting the shutout as the Vancouver North East Chiefs blanked the Kootenay Ice 6-0 in a Major Midget Hockey League game last weekend.