Last night, up at Kin 1 Arena, it was a small glimpse inside the first round of the Senior Lacrosse postseason. The matchup will be the Westwood Pub Devils and the Quesnel Crossfire, but what we don't know is who will have the top seed.
Big news for The Prince George Cougars as they have announced their new General Manager. The former head coach and GM of the Swift Current Broncos, Mark Lamb, will be the 6th general manager of the Cats.
An exciting weekend for members of the Prince George Special Olympics Golf Team. They hosted their annual Golf tournament and marked their 25th year in Prince George by reaching their cumulative goal of $1,000,000 raised.
Another installation of the Prince George Road Runners annual Beat the Bugs race went off this weekend. While I'm sure many runners returned with a massive amount of mosquito bites, many left with smiles on their faces.
The basketball season for high-school athletes usually wraps up in March, at which point the focus shifts to more outoors sports and preparing for the end of the year exams. That mean when sports pick back up in September, you might be a little rusty.
The stage is all set for UNBC soccer. Both schedules have now been released for the upcoming season. The Womens season will begin on September 8th down in Kelowna against UBCO, while their first home game will be a week later, on September 14th against the Regina Rams.
The schedule is set for UNBC's upcoming Men’s Soccer season. The CanWest league opens up its 50th consecutive Western Canadian soccer season in Prince George on August 24th. The Timberwolf boys are coming off their best season in program history where they certainly had a lot to celebrate.