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Rick Gilker took home both first place prizes catching a 37-pound Chinook salmon and a 64-pound, 133 centimetre halibut.
Spectrum City Dance held its year end show on Saturday and Sunday with the feature show “UnTangled" with Rapunzel themed
The Serv-ivors, Smithers Secondary School Alumni were the winners of the Second Annual SeaFest Grass Volleyball Tournament.
The 11th Annual 4-on-4 Seafest Street Hockey Challenge went off without a hitch this weekend, and the weather even cooperated.
The Time Machine-themed Year End Showcase for the Dance Academy of Prince Rupert was a hit this weekend at the Lester Centre of the Arts.
The Charles Hays Rainmakers track team won the Senior Zone Meet March 20 and 21 in Smithers.
The U15 Boys’ soccer team is gearing up for the Northern Cup in two weeks, the zone event that seeds to provincials.
Five of Prince Rupert’s top track and field athletes attended the Dylan Armstrong Classic Meet earlier this month in Kamloops
The Eagle Eye Archers have laid out a new and exciting course in the wilderness of Kasiks Lodge
PRASC swimmers raced their way to the BC Summer games at the Inaugural Rio Tinto Northwest BC Regional Swim Meet in Kitimat
The team made it to the final of Nelson’s Terry Walgren Memorial Tournament. Unfortunately, they did not get the chance to compete
Mandy Lawson is the training director for Kidding Around Yoga and visited her hometown to guide school teachers in teaching kids' yoga
Erin Mutrie and Luke Robin sped their way through the damp North Coast conditions Saturday to win the female and male 10 km race
The Charles Hays Secondary track team sprinted to the podium this weekend, with their sights set firmly on provincials
A couple of tough losses resulted from the Charles Hays Secondary (CHSS) Rainmakers senior boys’ rugby team’s travels this week.
The Prince Rupert Youth Soccer Association’s under-15 boys’ Rep team began the season strong at home this weekend.
The Charles Hays Secondary (CHSS) Rainmakers’ senior girls soccer team played in Kitimat this past weekend.
Prince Rupert swimmers were part of the regional Points North team at the Prince George Dental Moose Meet on April 15 - 17.
Charles Hays Rainmakers’ girls squad falls twice in Terrace
Prince Rupert has a history of pumping out strong badminton players, with Canadian men’s doubles professional Adrian Liu leading the charge.