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John Stevenson has only been riding competitively for a handful of years, but he's already at the top
Cherry was fired from his co-hosting role for the Coach's Corner segment on Nov. 11.
A podium finish for J. L. Crowe runner Jaxon Kuchar at the 2019 BC Cross Country Championship
Division-leading Grizzlies keep Heat trailing in second
The MOWI Riptide started the Remembrance weekend with a rare and unique experience Friday night when the U14 girls played the U15 Storm on their home field at Vanier Turf. It was an excellent evening for a great match that would test the younger Riptide girls against the older Storm team. The U14s came out in the first half and battled to a 0-0 scoreline at the half. The first half was filled with excellent pressure, shape, composure on the ball and fight to win the ball from the younger Riptide team. In the second half the older Strom team took an early 1-0 lead moments after the break. The Riptide team maintained their stamina as long as they could last, but were scored on a second time by the Storm. In the final moments of the game, the Riptide was awarded a penalty shot which was saved and held the scoreline at 2-0. Head Coach Shawn Fiddick was impressed with the team performance and ensured the loss laid the foundation for further success with the U14 Riptide Girls.
Wolves only Abbotsford team moving on after Abby, Mouat fall
Twelve teams take part in ladies open bonspiel
Esquimalt's Emily Moore, goalkeeper, stops 5 goals
South Surrey recreation program held weekly at BMO Coastal Soccer Centre
Tanner Sidaway exploded for a pair of two-goal games in the span of a week as the Cowichan Valley Capitals won two of the last three games of their season-long six-game home stand.
Each year in November, the Kimberley Dynamiters raise funds for cancer research. Funds have been raised for breast cancer, and pancreatic cancer, and last year, for kidney cancer. This year, the team has already raised $1000 for breast cancer research by auctioning the jersey of former captain Chase Gedney.
The Castlegar Rebels suffered another overtime loss Friday,
101st anniversary of Armistice marked in downtown Duncan
Two more wins on home ice added to undefeated streak
The girls volleyball team has a new coach this year, Kenzie McDonald.
Langley running back Thomas wins MVP
This was the Nitros' first home game in three weeks
The Leafs lost in Spokane but won in Fernie
Their next home game will be Nov. 29 against Sicamous
A big win over the Grand Forks Border Bruins sets stage for Nitehawks game vs Spokane on Tuesday