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Blackout keep on winning

Blackout keep on winning

The New Westminster Soccer Club women’s Blackout gutted out a 3-1 win over Delta on Sunday, stretching their undefeated streak to 14 consecutive games.
Hyacks clear first hurdle in playoffs

Hyacks clear first hurdle in playoffs

Among all the goals set before the start of the season, getting into the regional tournament was near the top. Put it down as done for the New Westminster senior girls Hyacks basketball team.
Multiple medals for local track athletes

Multiple medals for local track athletes

New Westminster and Burnaby track and field athletes made some hay at last week’s Harry Jerome Indoor Games in Richmond. A handful of medals were procured, led by golds for New Westminster's Michelle Dadson and the Burnaby Striders’ Alisa Dervina.
Morneau gets call from Canadian baseball hall

Morneau gets call from Canadian baseball hall

Justin Morneau is going into the hall of fame -- twice. The New Westminster native who was the second Canadian to ever win a Major League Baseball MVP award, was among the class announced Tuesday for induction into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame.
Win streak bolsters Hyacks' playoff hoop hopes

Win streak bolsters Hyacks' playoff hoop hopes

They’ve got a bit of momentum going, so now it’s up to the New Westminster Hyacks senior boys basketball team to put it to use.
'Bellies weigh options heading into WLA draft

'Bellies weigh options heading into WLA draft

As big an event as draft day usually is, it’s something all together different this year for New Westminster Salmonbellies’ general manager Ray Porcellato.
In pole position in the Pacific, Canucks need to get even better down the stretch

In pole position in the Pacific, Canucks need to get even better down the stretch

The Canucks are on a roll. Heading into Wednesday’s game against the San Jose Sharks, the Canucks are one of the hottest teams in the league, winning 12 of their last 15 games.
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.