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Royal City curlers absorb lesson at jr. nationals debut

Royal City curlers absorb lesson at jr. nationals debut

The Royal City Curling Club rink skipped by Coquitlam’s Hayato Sato finished eighth at the Canadian junior men’s curling championship that wrapped up in Langley on Sunday. But that doesn’t mean it failed.
National gold a spark for New West martial artist

National gold a spark for New West martial artist

The thrill of competing at the highest level is, for most athletes, something that stirs the drink. When that inaugural event ends in gold, the spillover makes everything sweeter.
New West's Bausback shines as new national champion

New West's Bausback shines as new national champion

Grace, poise and a steely resolve helped carry Emily Bausback to her finest moment.
Royal City's Sato rink advances to championship round

Royal City's Sato rink advances to championship round

It was an all B.C. affair in the lone tie-breaker of the 2020 New Holland Canadian Junior Championships on Wednesday in Langley. Forced to play-off for the final berth to the championship round, B.C.
Royals suffer first losses of 2020, slip into tie for first

Royals suffer first losses of 2020, slip into tie for first

So much for going perfect in 2020. The Douglas College men’s volleyball team suffered its first loss of the year – twice, in fact, as the Vancouver Island University Mariners carted off home court wins of 3-0 and 3-1 last weekend.
Royal City rink suffers Monday blues at jr. nationals

Royal City rink suffers Monday blues at jr. nationals

It really was a blue Monday at the 2020 Canadian junior men’s curling championship for the Royal City Curling Club team skipped by Hayato Sato.
Frustrating results dog Hyacks as playoffs near

Frustrating results dog Hyacks as playoffs near

Still bogged down by on-court inconsistencies, the New Westminster Hyacks are running out of time when it comes to putting the pieces together.
Royals reply to first loss with bounce-back effort

Royals reply to first loss with bounce-back effort

Douglas College’s best shooters stepped to the fore and laid it on the line, leading the Royals to a bounce-back 105-99 victory over the Vancouver Island Mariners in PacWest men’s basketball action on Sunday.
Hyacks shake off holiday rust

Hyacks shake off holiday rust

As the schedule starts to ramp up in the lead-up to next month’s playoffs, the New Westminster senior girls Hyacks are hoping momentum is on their side.
Douglas drives past Avalanche with dramatic comeback

Douglas drives past Avalanche with dramatic comeback

Where injuries and ailments played too big a part of the first half of the season, the Douglas College Royals women's volleyball team is eager to show what they can do with a full lineup.