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Douglas rebounds after semifinal shocker

Douglas rebounds after semifinal shocker

They entered as the No. 3-ranked team in the nation. But a stunning, five-set loss to the Camosun Chargers in the provincial semifinals parked the Douglas College Royals’ national championship aspirations for the year.
Royal City sending more teams to provincials

Royal City sending more teams to provincials

Four Royal City Curling Club rinks are heading to Vancouver Island next month after qualifying for the 2020 Connect Hearing B.C. Masters curling championships.
Royals clip Falcons' wings

Royals clip Falcons' wings

A big third quarter gave the Douglas College Royals all the bump they needed – twice – last week. The No.
New West under-13s wrap a perfect field lacrosse season

New West under-13s wrap a perfect field lacrosse season

Just as it began, the New Westminster Salmonbellies closed the book on the 2019-20 field lacrosse season with an 11-9 win. In between, there was lots of growth, plenty of learning and zero losses – adding up to an B.C.
Hyacks take playoff payback to advance to final

Hyacks take playoff payback to advance to final

When the games counted most, the New Westminster Hyacks showed just what they can do. And with two big wins in their back pockets, the team will enter Thursday’s Burnaby-New West senior boys basketball final with a valuable jolt of confidence.
10 lesser-known, unusual and just plain weird Sedin linemates

10 lesser-known, unusual and just plain weird Sedin linemates

From Magnus Arvedson to Troy Stecher, the stories of the players who spent a little time on the wing with Daniel and Henrik Sedin
Lacrosse legend dies at 91

Lacrosse legend dies at 91

Friend, then foe. A great player either way. Fred ‘Whitey’ Severson played both roles for lacrosse fans in New Westminster during his heydays in the sport, first as a legendary player, and later as a referee.
New West athletes head to Winter Games

New West athletes head to Winter Games

New West athletes, coaches and officials will soon be making their way north for the 2020 BC Winter Games in Fort St. John -- Feb. 20-23. Over 1,000 athletes from every corner of the province have trained to represent their zone at the Games.
Three players the Canucks could target at the NHL trade deadline

Three players the Canucks could target at the NHL trade deadline

And three they really shouldn’t
'Bellies net New West native in draft deal

'Bellies net New West native in draft deal

UPDATED: New West adds grit and youth to back end and drafts three netminders to create internal competition for backup role