11 days still separate us from the Prince George Senior Baseball Season and while the four senior teams get set to take in the new year, the one club playing above their age group is already on the field and ready to play their first games.
As the May Long Weekend approaches, so does the midway point of the Prince George Senior Lacrosse season. Last night, the Co Op Petroleum Stylers were looking to avoid losing their third straight game before the 'week break' the clubs are getting ready to take.
Western Canada's largest ball hockey tournament will be played this weekend down in Penticton, where 16 teams across four different divisions will take to the floor for some ball hockey fun - among them, the Prince George Knights.
Add to the list of weekend competitions, the 2018 National Judo Championships in Calgary. The event kicked off today and runs until Saturday. The local crew consists of 17 members, the 3 from the Prince George Judo Club: Taylor Schaus, Tami Goto, and Sydney Edgson.
This evenings lacrosse sees the Stylers right back in action as they take on the Westwood Pub Devils. The Devils are riding a two game win streak after beating the second place team in the league in the RPR Mechanical/JRConstruction Bandits on Monday night.
We'll start today on the ice, though there isn't much of it left. As the winter sports season winds down, local skaters will lace up once more this weekend, down in Surrey, for their final Super Series of the year.
The Westwood Pub Devils haven't quite gotten out to the start they hoped for this season. With fresh faces on the squad, they say it's taken a few extra games to learn their playstyles and mesh together.
High school students currently find themselves in their final month of scantrons and sunny days spent inside, and for graduating students, everyone's asking them "what are you going to do next?". Well, for two PGSS Polars, a sport has helped guide their decision.