Skip to content

Local Sports

A dusty day at motocross

Competitors from around the region raced through clouds of dust at the Fort St. John Motocross Track Sunday

Slo-pitch league gets permission to build playground

The Dawson Creek Mixed Slo-Pitch League has been given the green light from the City of Dawson Creek to start construction on a playground where youngsters will be able to enjoy themselves while their siblings or parents are batting the slo-pitch bal

Local pair ruling Wrangler ranks

Dawson Creek has a couple of budding rodeo stars just itching to move from the Wrangler circuit to the high school circuit.

Tuning up for B.C. Finals

Dawson Creek high school rodeo competitors got one last tune-up in front of a home-town crowd before heading off to next week's provincial finals in Merritt.

Just 2 spots left for DCAA's Cash Scramble

The Dawson Creek Athletic Association is looking for two more teams to fill out this coming weekend's Cash Scramble.

Small group of DC athletes bring home medals

Dawson Creek athletes helped set some of the 19 new records established at the 20th annual Alaska Highway News Track and Field Meet in Fort St. John Saturday.

Archers take aim at outdoor shoot

Around 90 archers competed at the New Totem Archery Club's annual outdoor 3D Archery Tournament on the weekend. Susan Janzen only got her bow two months ago and won the Ladies Traditional category with 392 points.

Thunder narrowly lose to Huskies

The Cecil Lake Norwest Thunder had two close games against the Grimshaw Huskies at home yesterday. The Huskies beat the Thunder 4-1 in the first game and 5-1 in the second game, marking vast improvement for the Thunder.

Old records shattered at 20th annual track and field meet

Many record were broken at the 20th annual Alaska Highway News Track and Field Meet, despite a low turnout. Eight-year-old Emma Lang of Fort St. John beat the 60-metre dash record in that was set in 1992 with a time of 5.

McCallum pleased with top-pick status

Tyson McCallum was thrilled to learn he was selected first overall in the North American Hockey League draft and can't wait to pull on a Dawson Creek Rage sweater and play for his hometown this fall.