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PoCo's Collins an 'A' player

Port Coquitlam's Kristina Collins of the Simon Fraser Clan university women's basketball team was chosen Thursday to the Great Northwest Athletic Conference academic all-conference team. A sophomore and Riverside Rapids' grad, Collins owns a 3.

Desperate Express steam into playoffs

With their backs against the wall on the weekend and an eye still on the playoffs, the Coquitlam Express amazingly found a sudden nose for the net. And a whole bunch of backsides were in the seats to witness it. The B.C.

U16 Barca bounces Surrey side

Felitche Hutchinson, Michael Mobilio and Ross Merton knocked in a goal apiece to spark Coquitlam Metro-Ford Barca to a 3-0 triumph over Surrey-Guildford United in a boys Under-16 Select soccer league game Saturday at Charles Best field.

Black Cats' comeback cools Flames

?? The game was half over -- and looking all but finished -- Monday for the Port Moody Black Panthers. Then they sprang to life.

PoCo's Boss man of meet

-: CLEANED :- Port Coquitlam sprinter Andrew Boss of the Simon Fraser Clan was named Male Athlete of the Meet at the 2011 Great Northwest Athletic Conference (NCAA Div. 2) indoor track and field championships Saturday in Nampa, Idaho.

Do-or-die weekend for Express

Coquitlam Express let another win opportunity slip through their grasp Wednesday and watched their playoff chances plunge deeper into unattainable territory. Surrey Eagles zipped in five of the game's first six goals and sailed to a 7-3 B.C.

Late run propels U16 CMF Panthers

Coquitlam Metro-Ford Panthers surrendered the game's first goal Sunday. Then they shifted into all-out attack. The girls Under-16 Silver 'A' soccer side pumped in four unanswered second-half goals on way to a 5-1 triumph over the Kerrisdale Stingers.

Clay Dyer no ordinary angler

Last week I asked the question, 'Do you want to do something out of the ordinary?' Some may think this is an odd question to be asked in the context of sport fishing but, actually, it's not.

Tri-City Predator overcomes Avalanche

SFU's Boss breaks GNAC 400m mark

Port Coquitlam's Andrew Boss was just hoping to set the pace Saturday in Seattle. Instead, he set a record.
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