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BEST IN B.C.

Local wrestler Tiana Dykstra captured gold at the 2014 British Columbia Secondary Schools Wrestling Championships in Prince George, Feb. 27-March 1.

Dykstra went 3-0 in the 43-kilogram division.

She won silver in two previous years, and she’s now gone over that golden hurdle, explains coach Phil Johnston.

“She dominated all her matches. She’s now a provincial champion.”

A national tournament is set for April 4-6 in Guelph, Ont.

100 Mile House wrestler Kody Kennedy went 1-2 in Prince George. He competed exceptionally well considering it was his first time at provincials, the coach adds.

TAKE AIM

The Bighorn Archery Club is hosting an indoor shooting competition at the Stan Halcro Arena in 100 Mile House March 15-16.

The event is sponsored by A&W restaurant and costs $5 per 15 target round, while local club members get one free round per day when purchased with a paid round.

Registration is 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on March 15 and 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on March 16.

For more information, contact denise swift at 250-397-2632.

ATOM HOCKEY

The 100 Mile House Bridge Lake Electric Atom Development Wranglers were in Vanderhoof for a tournament March 1-2.

The local team went 0-4.

Player of the Game honours went to Reichert Sanford, Taylor Daniels, Jake Henderson and Mat Wilden.

MVP awards went to Wilden, Kyson Hopson and goalie Kai Flett, who won two. Robert Waldner and Hopson scored two goals each.

100 Mile House Free Press