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Softball Canada declares Prince George player eligible for national men’s team events

Softball Canada declares Prince George player eligible for national men’s team events

Nicholas Potskin pooled for training, development and selection camps
Northern Capitals ‘right on track’ through first third of 2019-20 season, head coach says

Northern Capitals ‘right on track’ through first third of 2019-20 season, head coach says

Prince George’s female midget AAA team earned five of six points in Kelowna
Another 1-2 road record for the Prince George Spruce Kings

Another 1-2 road record for the Prince George Spruce Kings

Island Division swing ends with victory in Victoria, beating in Cowichan Valley
Prince George Cougars back on winning side with last-minute overtime victory in Vancouver

Prince George Cougars back on winning side with last-minute overtime victory in Vancouver

Ryan Schoettler the Giant slayer, Tyler Brennan the first star in Sunday showcase
UNBC Timberwolves women's soccer season over after first-round exit in Canada West Playoffs

UNBC Timberwolves women's soccer season over after first-round exit in Canada West Playoffs

Manitoba Bisons turn the tables to beat the Timberwolves
Third-period punctures Prince George Spruce Kings, lose in Powell River

Third-period punctures Prince George Spruce Kings, lose in Powell River

Island Division road-trip starts with 4-1 decision in first battle royale
UNBC Timberwolves soccer programs notch four Canada West 2019-20 awards

UNBC Timberwolves soccer programs notch four Canada West 2019-20 awards

More school history made as three players, Women's team earn conference nods
Kelowna cages Prince George Cougars with short-handed game-winner

Kelowna cages Prince George Cougars with short-handed game-winner

Cats caught sleeping in second period while on a power-play in 4-2 loss
Prince George Cougars lose on seven-goal scoring spree from Swift Current

Prince George Cougars lose on seven-goal scoring spree from Swift Current

Cats’ 7-2 setback saw four goals in under five minutes
Second Western Hockey League player joining Prince George Spruce Kings

Second Western Hockey League player joining Prince George Spruce Kings

Wil Kushniryk suited up for Kelowna, Tri-City before heading down to BCHL