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Reds rally to win U18 boys District Cup

Port Moody Reds prevailed over Coquitlam Metro-Ford Inter 2-1 after penalty kicks were needed Saturday to determine the Under-18 boys District Cup soccer champions.

Express fall to Eagles in four straight

Destry Straight's second-period goal was hardly enough as the Coquitlam Express were bounced 3-1 by the Surrey Eagles in B.C. Hockey League playoff action Tuesday at the Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex. The loss elimated the Jr.

Black Cats cling to playoff life

Port Moody Black Panthers finally stopped the bleeding Monday. Granted, they're still a considerable distance from winning the war.

Games gold for PoMo skater Edwards

Madeline Edwards of Port Moody teamed with Zhaokai Pang to win gold for Team BC in Novice Dance figure skating at the Canada Winter Games on Thursday in Halifax, N.S.

Football's Pospischil picks SFU

Bobby Pospischil was delayed for an interview for this story for a very good reason Wednesday. He was working out.

PoCo Midgets own Portland puck tourney

PoCo Pirates Midget A1 hockey squad paraded past the competition at last weekend's Portland Jr. Winterhawks President's Cup Classic and bagged the championship banner in the Oregon city.

United teams on roll in rugby

Manar Kulkan, Penioni Drikibau and Steve Levis scored a try apiece as the Tri-Cities-flavoured United club licked Langley 19-2 in a Div. 1 men's rugby contest Saturday at Hume Park. Two converts were booted by Nick Hammerschmidt for 2-0 United.

North Shore shakes CMF Panthers

Michelle Rosenquist and Chenille Lafleur scored but their Coquitlam Metro-Ford Panthers fell 4-2 to North Shore in girls U-16 Silver 'A' soccer play Sunday.

How many are TOO many fish?

Ihave heard many things criticized within the local sport fishing community but the one I was recently told beats all. Those of us who can mark off 50 or more fish days are apparently now the "bad guys.

Lots of shots, few goals for Black Cats

Port Moody Black Panthers peppered more shots Wednesday at the Ridge Meadows Flames' cage than what reputedly hit depression-era gangsters Bonnie and Clyde. All but one back-fired on them.
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