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Royals rule in Herb House peewee final

Royals rule in Herb House peewee final

The New Westminster Royals took the crown, literally, from their own tournament. The peewee A1 Royals avenged an earlier loss, flipping the score with a 4-1 victory over the Richmond Jets in the final of the Herb House Memorial tournament on Dec. 30.
New West defender a key recruit for SFU

New West defender a key recruit for SFU

The Simon Fraser University’s list of new men’s soccer recruits covers the gamut of team needs. Among the five players introduced this week for the 2020 fall season are a goalkeeper, a left back, midfielder and a couple of forwards.
Douglas men serve up hot start to 2020

Douglas men serve up hot start to 2020

If there was any sluggish, holiday heaviness in the Douglas College Royals’ routine entering last week’s match against the University of the Fraser Valley Cascades, it had evaporated by the end of the game.
New Year ramps up need for consistency

New Year ramps up need for consistency

New West Hyacks still a bit of a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde on the hardwood
Vancouver Whitecaps hire former AS Roma executive Mark Pannes as CEO

Vancouver Whitecaps hire former AS Roma executive Mark Pannes as CEO

What happened: The Vancouver Whitecaps FC on Jan. 7 announced that a global search for a new CEO netted them former Italian Serie A club AS Roma executive Mark Pannes.
Hyack girls look for fresh start in 2020

Hyack girls look for fresh start in 2020

Pinning up a new calendar, the New West Hyacks senior girls basketball team hopes the good results and lessons they experienced in the last weeks of 2019 spill over. With Burnaby-New West league action picking up Wednesday (Jan.
A year where youth thrived

A year where youth thrived

Among the many New Westminster sports highlights, the accomplishments of a handful of teenagers and one nonagenarian set the trend in 2019...
Hyacks enter holiday break on a winning note

Hyacks enter holiday break on a winning note

In the last-ever tournament in the grand old gym, the New Westminster Hyacks made it count. The senior boys basketball team ran the table, winning three times to capture the Bob Gair Classic tourney title in New West Secondary’s Pearson gym.
House tourney returns with rep peewee division

House tourney returns with rep peewee division

There will be plenty of hockey action right here at home this holiday week, as the annual Herb House Memorial Hockey tournament hits the New West ice.
Two more teams from Royal City advance to BCs

Two more teams from Royal City advance to BCs

The Royal City Curling Club’s teams Joanisse and Dennis are bound for Cranbrook to compete in the B.C. Men’s championships, Jan. 28 to Feb. 2. They’ll be joining Team Wenzek, which advanced thanks to its finish on the B.C. Curling Tour circuit.