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Central girls the top juveniles in zone

Dawson Creek's Anton Wolf has qualified in racewalking for the B.C. High School Track and Field Championships June 4-5 in Burnaby after the zone competition late last week in Prince George.

Seals get season's first test

Thirty Dawson Creek Seals will test their mettle against other northern swimmers this weekend in Prince George.

Community table tennis tournament takes off this weekend

It's lunchtime at North Peace Secondary School and the soft pings and pops of a little plastic ball being paddled back and forth against the green table tops fills the workout area above the gym.

F.S.J. Ice win consolation gold

The Northern British Columbia Volleyball Club U18 girls Fort St. John Ice won gold in Division 2 Tier 3 of Canadian Open in Abbotsford.

'Fabulous' DC Rage camp

While parts of the South Peace were suffering through electrical outages this long weekend, there was no shortage of sparks amongst the 80 players who showed up for the Rage camp in the EnCana Events Centre where they competed for a spot on the North

Local figure skaters earn gold levels

Carlee Shenton and Kortney Gallagher of the Fort St. John Figure Skating Club went the highest they could go in the skills category - gold.

Snow won't stop slowpitch

The Tigers and IKON took the top spot in their divisions at the Fort St. John Mixed Slowpitch Society's Icebreaker tournament Monday. In the A division, the Tigers beat Kalmor 16-9 in Monday's final.

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.
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