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First win in first game

The Beaverlodge Royals took advantage of some wild pitching in the first inning to score three runs and, on the other side of the ball, played solid defence to win their opening Wheatbelt Baseball League match 3-1 over the Rycroft Rage Wednesday nigh

DC sending young team to zone contest

Dawson Creek will be sending 16 athletes to the North Central Zone Championships today and tomorrow in Prince George with the bulk of them Central Middle School competitors led by five South Peace Secondary School contenders.

They're coming from far afield for Rage camp

Depending on how one looks at it, you can envy or pity Scott Robinson and the task that lies ahead over the coming days. With over 200 kids to pick from during three Dawson Creek Rage spring camps, the coach of the new Jr.

Summer basketball camp won't run without more athletes

Summer basketball camps have been a tradition in Fort St. John for over 20 years, but have stopped in the last five. Margaret Olsen of FSJ Mixed Basketball is trying to bring the sport back to life this summer.

Black Sox beat Thunder

In their first-ever Wheatbelt Baseball League match-up, the Fort St. John Paladin Black Sox defeated the Cecil Lake Norwest Thunder 13-0 last night.

A handful of medals in GP

In their first track and field meet of the season, Dawson Creek athletes finished fifth of 28 teams in Grande Prairie's Peace Country Classic and look in good shape heading into the zone championships later this week in Prince George.

Skill, strategy and teamwork gains for U-16s

The Dawson Creek Volleyball Club's Under-16 team's season is over, but it was one of major gains in skills, strategy and teamwork. "We played really well and really improved a lot from last year and worked well together.

North Peace Gymnasts impress at local meet

The North Peace Gymnastics Association members leapt and tumbled their way to various medals and awards at the Doetzel Invitational in Fort St. John over the weekend.

Mom-to-be sets new course record

It's probably a pretty safe bet that when Charleigh Meadows has her first child in the coming months the tyke will turn into one pretty good golfer. After all, Mom is no stranger to the sport.

Weather cooperates for first drag races of the season

Weather is half the battle in a drag race and this weekend's conditions couldn't have been better. As the first race of the season, there were about 60 cars, a fairly low car-count, but racers hope that more will come out as the season progresses.