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BC High school track championships keep coming back to Langley

There will be 2,400 athletes, 400 coaches, and countless supporters in Langley this weekend.

Cowichan Valley coaches reflect on Humboldt bus crash

Former Caps bench boss Bob Beatty led Broncos for eight seasons

UPDATED: Team Tardi brings world junior curling gold home to Langley

A Langley-based team has won the international championships in Aberdeen, Scotland today.

  • Mar 10th, 2018

Falcons senior boys basketball take zones

They’re headed to Provincials in Langley this week

B.C. sending three youth rugby teams to Vegas Sevens

Players from across province recruited for elite sides

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Canadians place second in first heat of two-man bobsleigh

Justin Kripps and Alexander Kopacz finish 0.02 seconds behind Latvian team in Winter Olympics

Fort ladies throw rocks on neighbour’s ice

Fort’s rocking curler teams had fun in banderhoof bonspiel

Mushers race on despite snowfall curveball

23rd Caledonia Classic dog teams race hard in deep snow and cold

Falcons host basketball invitational

40 student volunteers helped support 180 players, 28 games

Atom Stars host hockey tourney

Seven teams from the region clashed sticks

Quesnel to host 2019 B.C. men’s curling championship

The province’s best male curlers will compete in the Cariboo in 2019

Day one in the books as B.C’s best volleyball players hit the court

One full day of action is complete as Langley hosts the BC high school boys volleyball championships

Hall puts out call for nominations

BC Sports Hall of Fame seeking nominations for 2018 induction class

Comets GM pumped about Canucks prospects

Comets GM Ryan Johnson talks about Canucks prospects that will impress at Young Stars Classic

Fort St. James represented at NAIG

Jared Erickson is a star rifle shooter winning 2 silver medals at NAIG in Toronto.

Hometown hero Ken Clay invented visor

Vanderhoof Bear celebrates invention and visits friends

Let the Games begin

More than 2,500 athletes will be going for gold at Langley’s McLeod Athletic Park

Falcons ski and snowboard to great results at Provincials

Fort St. James Secondary Falcons Ski and Snowboard team shredded to many medals at the provincials