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United rugby men rule Langley

Langley scored the game's first points on a penalty boot Saturday. After that, the Tri-Cities-flavoured United club provided most of the punishment. United rattled off 26 unanswered points after Langley led 3-0 and crusied to a 43-20 triumph in a B.


The Port Coquitlam Gunners took on the North Shore Red Socks during a Metro Women's Soccer League Division 1 game in Port Moody on Sunday afternoon.

With age comes wisdom for local fly fishermen

In his epic angler story author Norman Mclean said; "Of course, now I am too old to be much of a fisherman." Now that I am referred to as the old guy at my day job, I begrudgingly concede that I have joined the old boys club.

Cents win with Edgar hat trick

The regular season may not start for a couple more weeks but Centennial secondary girls' soccer coach Larry Moro already likes what he sees from his squad.


The Port Moody Gunners, in white, take on Chilliwack FC in the Pakenham Cup under-21 men's semi-final game Sunday afternoon at Port Moody's turf field.

Carney gals 13th at AA hoop finals

Making just their second ever appearance in the provincials, Archbishop Carney Stars placed 13th among 16 squads at last week's B.C. AA senior girls high school basketball championships in Kamloops.

Fish like it warm, just like we do

I'm sometimes questioned about my belief that water temperature is one of the key factors in fish feeding activity. Most well-seasoned anglers agree that each species of fish has an optimum temperature where they are most active.

'Maybe another day,' says Black Cats owner

Ron Luniw has waited 11 years since taking over his Jr. 'B' hockey club to steer it into the Pacific International playoff championship series. On Wednesday, he fell 13 minutes shy of doing it.

Fox flies into hoop semis, Kodiaks slip

Bret Macdonald poured in game-high 25 points to rally the Terry Fox Ravens to a 74-54 triumph Thursday over their long-time Fraser Valley rivals, the Pitt Meadows Marauders, at the B.C.

Kerrigan gymnasts jump to Westerns

The men's team at Coquitlam's Kerrigan Gymnastics Club qualified for the upcoming Western Canadian championships after bouncing to first place in a recent qualifying meet in Surrey.