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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.


Craig Hodge/the tri-city newS Anna Bateman of Port Moody middle competes in the long jump during the Middle School Track Meet at Town Centre Stadium Wednesday afternoon.

Adanac advance

North Delta Hawk Daryn MacDougall, left, checks Matthew McKnight of the Coquitlam Adanacs during a Novice 'C' lacrosse game at the North Delta Recreation Centre on Sunday.

Track and field stars shine

Runner Hodson Harding (far left) of Gleneagle secondary races against Adam Karrasch (centre left) of Surrey and Zack Henry (centre right) and Charles Chen (far right) of Pitt Meadows druing the 100 m dash at the Fraser Valley Track and Field Champion

Best, Centennial vying for bronze

After securing their berth in next month's provincial championships after a hard-fought victory against Fleetwood Park last week, the Centennial Centaurs win streak came to an end on Monday night.

Golfer Keel takes title at tourney

Coquitlam golfer Jisoo Keel captured the junior girls division title at a rainy CN Future Links Pacific Golf Championship in Cobble Hill, B.C., on the weekend.

Jr. A's keep streak alive

A five-point performance against the Nanaimo Timbermen on Sunday helped Coquitlam Jr. Adanac Wesley Berg solidify his position atop the B.C. Junior 'A' Lacrosse League scoring list.

Centaurs dominate in FV game

The Centennial Centaurs continued their win streak into the Fraser Valley tournament on Tuesday with a lopsided victory over Brookswood secondary in AAA girls' soccer.

Decorated fisherman teaches next generation

In this week's series on Vancouver sport fishing personalities we discuss Art Lingren, our very own B.C. sport fishing historian. To his credit this Vancouver resident has committed to page more books - nine to date - on B.C.