Skip to content

Local Sports

Contact with PoCo Castillian in Masters soccer

Clan's Boss bolts to track record

Port Coquitlam's Andrew Boss of the Simon Fraser Clan has been named the Great Northwest Athletic Conference university male indoor track and field athlete of the week, it was announced Monday.

A very Special performance on ice

Riverside tops in wrestling, girls b-ball

Matt Harrison of the Riverside Rapids won gold in the boys 60 kg class to lead his team to its first-ever Lower Fraser Valley high school wrestling championship Friday in PoCo and a berth in the Feb. 24-26 provincials at Pinetree secondary school.

Gillespie joins Jr. A's as 'D' coach

While the Coquitlam Jr. Adanacs remain on the consumer market, Travis Gillespie is sold on the B.C. Jr. 'A' lacrosse league squad. The former PoCo Saints junior, Coquitlam Sr. Adanacs and field lacrosse standout has agreed to join the Jr.

PoCo figure skater glides to silver

Danielle Ryan of the Port Coquitlam Figure Skating Club glided to a silver medal in Gold Interpretive category at the 2011 B.C. Coast Winterskate Championships in Delta, Feb. 4-6.

Flipping out

Six-year-old Lora Harter competes at the Omega Gymnastics 2011 Invitational on Sunday where more than 200 athletes attended the event.

Jr. A's up for sale despite resolution

The problems with floor allocation time have been resolved but the Coquitlam Jr. Adanacs are still up for sale, according to general manager Ken Wood.

Injury woes in PoMo

The Port Moody Nitro squad had no room for injuries when they took the field in an under-16 soccer game on the weekend. A lack of extra players forced the injury-riddle squad to keep all 11 starters on the field for the entire game.

Panthers come up short in weekend match

The Port Moody Black Panthers will have to wait until next week to notch their first win of the month. The junior B hockey club dropped a 5-3 decision to the Richmond Sockeyes at home on Saturday, bringing the squad to 20-16-6 on the season.