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Dillon Giancola

Dillon Giancola

Dillon Giancola writes sports and community stories for the Alaska Highway News and Dawson Creek Mirror. Growing up in small-town Alberta, he spent time in Edmonton and Brantford before coming to Fort St. John. He loves all things sports, books, music, TV and board games.

From slow pitch, to hockey, and disc golf to lacrosse, he loves keeping his communities informed on what is happening in the local sports world, and likes to tell inspiring community stories in general. Keep an eye out as well for the odd rant about the Los Angeles Rams and his extreme fandom.

Recent Work by Dillon

North Peace Leisure Pool set for reopening and 25th anniversary this month

North Peace Leisure Pool set for reopening and 25th anniversary this month

Pool will officially celebrate 25 years on Tuesday, Oct. 26 with a free swim
Bo Hedges named to Bert Bowes Wall of Fame

Bo Hedges named to Bert Bowes Wall of Fame

Paralympian and Wonowon's own Bo Hedges was at Bert Bowes Middle School Wednesday, October 13, to speak to students about his story and Paralympic journey, and to receive a couple surprise honours as well.
First phase of Kin Park upgrades taking shape

First phase of Kin Park upgrades taking shape

Work is wrapping up on Phase 1 of the Kin Park reconstruction project. Though Phase 1 won't be completed this fall, here's what is done so far.
Junior High School Rodeo Results: First-half standings

Junior High School Rodeo Results: First-half standings

Here are the North Region standings for the junior riders at the first-half break.
Huskies Player of the Week: Conrad Wiebe

Huskies Player of the Week: Conrad Wiebe

This week's Huskies player of the week is Conrad Wiebe.
Scoreboard: Huskies 5, Kodiaks 4

Scoreboard: Huskies 5, Kodiaks 4

The Fort St. John Huskies beat the Dawson Creek Kodiaks 5-4 on Thanksgiving Sunday, beating the Kodiaks by one goal for the second time this season.
Senior High School Rodeo Results: First-half standings

Senior High School Rodeo Results: First-half standings

The first half of the 2021-22 BC High School Rodeo Association season has come to a close. Here are the senior standings at the break.
Huskies get Navs, Kodiaks on the road this weekend

Huskies get Navs, Kodiaks on the road this weekend

The start of the season couldn't have gone any better for the Fort St. John Huskies up to this point. They've won all four games they've played, and allowed only eight goals against on the season, but could be in for a tougher challenge in week three.
Dillon Giancola: Thankful, but still wanting more

Dillon Giancola: Thankful, but still wanting more

I have quite the Thanksgiving planned this weekend. Football, two days worth of dinner and more stuffing than I could ask for, and spending time with family. But, I can’t help but wish I had a little bit more.
Peace Passage skating season off to clean start

Peace Passage skating season off to clean start

The 2021-22 season if off to a great start for Taylor's Peace Passage Figure Skating Club.