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Rage do all the damage in 2nd period for 1st win

The young Dawson Creek Rage picked up their first-even regulation time win in the North American Hockey League Friday night when they rode a strong second period to a 5-2 victory over the Alaska Avalanche.

Rage 1-2 in 1st homestand

Penalty trouble doomed the Dawson Creek Rage Saturday night, just as it did in the opening match Thursday of the team's first-ever three-game North American Hockey League homestand.

Penalties sink Rage

Dawson Creek Rage Coach Scott Robinson may have been happy to have his hockey team finally play a regular season game in front of home-town fans, but he was none too pleased with what transpired in those 60 minutes Thursday night.

King wins first Toony-Cross

It was an amazingly warm evening for the first Toony-Cross cyclocrossrace of the season at North Peace Secondary School Thursday night. Peter King took first place with 34 minutes 15 second completing six laps, followed by Kevin Shaw with 35:33.

After Grailquest in FSJ, it's on to Bezanson

After a strong start to the cross-country running season that saw several Dawson Creek athletes win their divisions at last Saturday's Grailquest in Fort St. John, the local running circuit shifts to Bezanson this Saturday.

Ooks win Kodiak Classic

The North Peace Secondary School Ookapiks girls volleyball teams started of their season the right way. In the first volleyball tournament of the school year, the Ookapiks burgundy team won the PGYVC Kodiak Classic over the weekend.

SPSS senior girls looking like contenders

Coach Chris Horton strolled onto the South Peace Secondary School volleyball court and liked what he saw. The 11 girls on the senior girls' volleyball team are by no means raw rookies and have the game's fundamental skills down pat.

Golds and silvers for city's swimmer and golfer

Robin O'Reilly has done it again. The veteran Dawson Creek swimmer has again returned home with a handful of medals from the B.C. Senior Games as is her tradition whenever she dives into the water at the provincial event.

Men's Rec Hockey League looking for fans

The Fort St. John Men's Rec Hockey League started this week and this season the executive is encouraging hockey fans to come out and watch. The league has been around for a very long time with new teams added last year and this season to make 19.

Tracker Flyers make final cuts

It was a tough weekend for Barry Reynard. The coach of the Northeastern B.C.-Yukon Tracker Flyers had to make some difficult decisions as he trimmed the roster to 20 players.
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