Sports

Williams Lake Minor Fastball League swinging into upcoming season

Divisions include: T-ball, U8, U10, U12, U14, U19 and U19

Prince George rolling in BCHL final

Spruce Kings win 11th straight playoff game, 3-1 over Vernon; take 2-0 Fred Page Cup final lead

Falcons get primed for season at Lower Mainland tourney

“They played aggressively and cohesively against the larger squads.”

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Special Olympics speaker gives gold-medal performance
Williams Lake Boxing Gym
Delaney Collins in Williams Lake
RCMP building relationships through sport

Finland upsets Canada 4-2, will play for women’s world hockey championship gold

Canada had beat Finland 6-1 to cap the group stage of this year’s tournament Tuesday

Fire ties Whitecaps 1-1 on Nikolic’s late penalty kick

Yordy Reyna scored for Vancouver in the 53rd minute.

Masters Day 2: Crowded at the top, Tiger lurks

Host of big names on leaderboard after 36 holes

McGill drops Redmen name, citing pain caused to Indigenous students

‘Today, “Redmen” is widely acknowledged as an offensive term for Indigenous peoples’

Supernault picks up silver at BC Open Judo Championships

“It was just a really great tournament,” Supernault said

Prowling Tiger: Woods in the hunt after opening Masters with a 70

Koepka, DeChambeau lead at 66; Canadian Conners in at 2-under

Williams Lake Cycling Club AGM April 10 to get season rolling

The event takes place at 7 p.m. upstairs at the Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Centre.

  • Apr 10, 2019

‘We’re going to be better next year’: Canucks look forward

Players, coaches say more must be done after four straight playoff misses

Kootenay high school rethinking wartime name for its sports teams

Nelson’s L.V. Rogers has used the name Bombers for its sports teams since at least the 1940s

Sports fans can soon legally throw a tailgate party in Ontario

Ontario sports fans will soon be able to tailgate before a game

Rustlers dust off the winter, enjoy first practice

The Williams Lake Rustlers Rugby Footbal Club’s field at Ottoman Drive has been free of snow since last week

B.C. hockey coach to get kidney after peewee team’s video search

Stephen Gillis has suffered from Crohn’s disease since he was 25 years old

Trio of martial arts bring home hardware from Shogun Battle

“Going against other people that were in Shogun made it quite a bit of fun.”

WLSA to host beginners shotgun, trap shoot clinic April 13

Loaner guns will be available, however, participants are asked to bring their own

Pfleiderer named Acadia University female athlete of the year

Pfleiderer was honoured with the award Monday night

No Canada: Nation’s Stanley Cup drought approaches 26 years

Canada’s Cup hopes this spring rest on three teams — Calgary, Winnipeg and Toronto