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No deal for New Westminster juniors

The Burnaby Lakers dealt righthander Jackson Decker to the Coquitlam Adanacs in a two-forone deal on the June 30 B.C. Junior Lacrosse League deadline.

Gallery time

It's playoff picture time in the Royal City. So take your best amateur sports shots and send the digital photographs of your kids hard at play to The Record photo gallery. New pics are going up daily.

No. 1 draft signs first pro deal

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins didn't waste much time before signing his first NHL pro contract.

N.W. minors battle on in district tourney

New Westminster minor needs a win today (Wednesday) to keep its playoff hopes alive. The Royal City nineand 10-year-olds earned a rematch against South Vancouver following a 12-11 extra-inning loss to the South Van team on Monday.

Coasters pip Pioneers at B.C. masters

The Burnaby Coasters won two separate divisions, including the A and grand masters groups, at the B.C. masters lacrosse championships in Burnaby last weekend. Future Hall of Famer Russ Heard had a big part in both wins against rival Ladner Pioneers.
PHOTOS: Burnaby Open

PHOTOS: Burnaby Open

Canada exits FIFA Women's World Cup without a point

Canada's national women's soccer team lost its final game of the FIFA World Cup following a 1-0 loss to Nigeria Tuesday.

B.C. wins netball gold

British Columbia won its third open national women's netball title in four years at Burnaby Mountain Secondary School over the May long weekend. Team B.C.

Pink bat fundraiser to become annual event

The Lower Mainland Baseball Association collected more than $6,500 in donations from its Mother's Day fundraising weekend benefiting cancer research. All 16 league games featured pink wooden bats supplied by Merv Sandrel, owner of Ball Park Sports.