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Black Panthers struggle in opening game

The Port Moody Black Panthers got their second-round playoff series with a less-than-stellar start on Saturday. Fresh of a Game 7 2-1 win over the Ridge Meadows Flames the Cats' were de-clawed against the Abbotsford Pilots in a 5-1 drubbing.

Seven named sports heroes by Sport BC

They may not be household names but seven Tri-City residents are being hailed as heroes for their outstanding contributions to sports in the city.

Ravens, Kodiaks, Talons headed for provincials

After a weekend of upsets in AAA boys' basketball action, the Fraser Valley Championships wrapped up with three Tri-City high schools qualifying for the provincial championships.

Clutch win lifts Black Cats to Game 7

Two games ago, the Port Moody Black Panthers looked destined for the golf course. Today, they're swinging toward the conference final.

Riverside gals ramble into BCs

Having already qualified for the B.C.

Ring fling at PoCo year-end jamboree

Competitive fishing has its place

Last week, I touched on the main motives in sport fishing. This week, I want to cover another facet of this sport: Competitive fishing. Though there is sometimes strong opposition to it, organized competitive fishing has a place in our sport.

TC talent wrestles to BC medals

Michelyn Bell became the first Terry Fox Ravens' wrestler since 2006 to be crowned a B.C. high school wrestling champion when she grabbed gold Saturday at the provincials in Abbotsford.

Speedskaters to carve up PoCo ice

Unlike with cars on our wintry city streets, speed on ice will be a most welcomed spectacle Saturday and Sunday at PoCo Rec Centre.

Snow time like now for field lacrosse

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