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Jr. Rapids roll at their own tourney

The host Rapids handled North Vancouver's St. Thomas Aquinas Fighting Saints to post three straight wins in the Riverside junior girls high school round-robin basketball tournament in Port Coquitlam.

A's grabbing Beers a longshot at WLA draft

Coquitlam Adanacs would love to get their mitts on rugged defender Matt Beers at the Feb. 8 Western Lacrosse Association junior draft in Burnaby.

Express forward off to Brown

Coquitlam Express forward and assistant captain Massimo Lamacchia is leaving the B.C. Hockey League for the Ivy League.

Edwards lets music carry her to record

When Madeline Edwards steps on the ice to compete, the Port Moody figure skater carries the words from a judge she met at the nationals: Just let the music tell you where to go.

Synergy shutout Rangers

The Coquitlam Metro-Ford Synergy under-18 girls shutout the Doulas Park Rangers Sunday in a decisive 7-0 victory.

Archambault brings artistry to ice in Coquitlam

At six foot three, Dylan Archambault is taller than your average skater. It's both a blessing and a curse.

WLA draft targets six Jr. A's grads

Six players off the Minto Cup-champion Coquitlam Jr. Adanacs have been listed in the top 15 projected picks in the Western Lacrosse Association junior draft Tuesday, Feb. 8 at the Burnaby Firefighters Club, 7 p.m. Jr.

Gleneagle's Binns bows out of b-ball

The curtain on the dynamite daddy/daughter basketball show at Gleneagle secondary school has come to a final close. Take a bow, Doug Binns.

Krgovich fires up Express in win

Coquitlam product Michael Krgovich whipped in three goals and added two assists to rally his hometown Express to a 6-3 victory Wednesday over the Nanaimo Clippers in a B.C. Hockey League game at the Sports Centre.

Fish can actually shrink in cold water

Hot off the news wire this week: Trout shrink! A group of Norwegian and Finnish scientists have recently observed that during cold temperatures, Salmoniods can reduce their body length up to 10%.