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Fox wrestlers fierce in Western Canada meet

Kristi Roots of the Terry Fox Ravens powered her way to a gold medal at the Western Canada Age Class high school wrestling tournament last weekend in Kamloops. Roots won all four of her matches via pins in her 75 kg Juvenile weight division.

Rapids rule Steveston tourney

Riverside Rapids and the Elgin Park Orcas -- two perennial senior girls high school basketball powers -- collided for the 22nd time in the last five years Saturday. This time, it was the Rapids' turn to persevere.

U18 CMF Synergy in sync

Melanie Prentice converted a through ball from Kayla Mobilio with two minutes remaining to boost the Coquitlam Metro-Ford Synergy to a 2-1 triumph over the Semiahmoo Wave in a girls Under-18 Gold soccer contest Sunday at South Surrey Athletic Park.

Centaurs avoid shutout at Shootout

The hard-luck host team darn near got shutout at last weekend's Top-Ten Shootout.

Two Coquitlam rinks to hit Cowichan

Both a boys and girls team will represent Coquitlam Curling Club at the B.C. Juvenile provincial championships slated for March 3-6 in Lake Cowichan on Vancouver Island.

Hamilton connects for Cats in OT

Ridge Meadows Flames allege that one of their point blasts with four minutes left in regulation time went through the Port Moody Black Panthers' net. Subsequently, Joel Hamilton's shot 36 seconds into overtime went through the Flames' heart.

Tri-City policing won't be affected by loss of officers to Olympic security, say cops

Two dozen Tri-City police officers will be taking part in Olympic security measures.

Torch warmly welcomed in Tri-Cities

The torch relay made its way through the Tri-Cities Thursday, stopping in Anmore, Belcarra, Port Moody, Port Coquitlam and Coquitlam.

1976 Olympian getting different view of the torch run in Tri-Cities

Joy Fera is using the hill near her Tsawwassen home to train for her 300-metre jog up Laurentian Crescent to Rochester Avenue in the Olympic torch run tomorrow (Thursday).

Coquitlam man will have a unique view of the Olympic hockey tourney - count on it

By Mario Bartel Black Press Steve Ray is going to have a bird's eye view of the Olympic hockey tournament. And he didn't have to win the ticket lottery or mortgage his house to pay scalpers to get his coveted seat.
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