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Majestic soccer scene at Citadel field

Black Cats aim to finally beat Fish

Port Moody Black Panthers will need softer hands when they go fishing Saturday to spear the Richmond Sockeyes. The stick-gripping Cats were jolted 2-1 Tuesday by the visiting North Delta Devils, leaving PoMo's Pacific International Jr.

Fishing a pipe dream or a plan?

One of the many things I learned in my years as a youth fly fishing club coach is the value of an objective. It is often an objective that can make the difference between a pipe dream and a plan.

CMF Panthers tie U16 Trouble

Coquitlam Metro-Ford Panthers overcame an early 2-0 deficit to earn a 3-3 draw versus the host Tsawwassen Trouble in a girls Under-16 Silver soccer game Sunday.

Roots battles to bronze in judo

Kristi Roots of the PoCo Judo Club grabbed a bronze medal in the women's Under-20 division at the Saskatchewan Open tournament last weekend in Regina.

Hawes rink curls to Games gold

Dezaray Hawes skipped her rink to a gold medal in girls' curling to lead a 26-athlete Coquitlam contingent at the 5th annual International Children's (12-15) Winter Games last week in Kelowna.

Black Cats still in first-place hunt

It was a shootout that didn't make it that far. Trevor Kang's unassisted goal 4:15 into overtime boosted the Port Moody Black Panthers to a 2-1 triumph over the North Delta Devils in a Pacific International Jr.

Key 4-game homestand for Express

Coquitlam Express swapped a 4-3 loss to the Chiefs last Thursday in Langley with a 4-3 win Friday at the Sports Centre over the same squad.

Ice Dog soars in PoCo minor pucks

CMF Hurricane storms Gunner