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Rage melt down in 6th

Until the sixth inning Wednesday night, it looked as if the Rycroft Rage would give the Beaverlodge Royals one of their closer games of the Wheatbelt Baseball League season.

DCAA Cash Scramble nets over $10,000

The third annual Dawson Creek Athletic Association's Cash Scramble this weekend attracted a full slate of golfers and raised about $12,000 that will go towards sports-related capital projects that fit the DCAA's mandate. "It was great.

Black Sox take down Thunder

Fort St. John Paladin Black Sox defeated Cecil Lake Norwest Thunder 11-2 in last night's hometown baseball match-up. Both teams came out swinging, with Cristian Sosa knocking a deep triple to score an RBI in the top of the first for Fort St. John.

3 qualify for B.C. Summer Games

Dawson Creek has qualified three of its athletes for the B.C. Summer Games after this weekend's Spruce Capital Track and Field Meet in Prince George.

Helmig perfect all 4 nights in Dawson Creek

Tyler Helmig did everything right, nothing wrong and was perfect in all four nights of racing during the Mile Zero Chuckwagon and Chariot Derby.

Host Seals rule DC meet

Almost the entire Seals Swim Club showed up to race this past weekend in their home pool where they won the overall meet title and saw one of their members break a 10-year-old meet record.

Bert Ambrose wins district track and field meet

A sea of bodies covered the playing field of Bert Bowes Junior Secondary School yesterday for the School District 60 Elementary School Track and Field Meet.

Moore looking strong heading into Finals

Three years of competing at the college rodeo in the U.S. has turned Chelsea Moore into a pretty solid rodeo competitor.

Honouring Athletic Achievements

North Peace Secondary School held its athletics banquet last night. The award for Outstanding Athletic Performance went to Chenise McClarty. Shane Wiebe was named NPSS Top Male Athlete and Kaitlyn Farwell won NPSS Top Female Athelte.

DC athletes on the track and on the field one last time

Most of Dawson Creek's track and field athletes will have one last chance to sprint down the track, hurl a javelin or clear the high jump bar when they travel to Prince George for the season-ending Spruce Capital Meet this weekend.
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