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Huskies sweep home-and-home series to end pre-season

It was a solid start to the Huskies' final game of the pre-season, as the team scored five goals in the first two periods. Two quick goals from the Junior Canucks at the start of the third saw Dawson Creek begin to chip away at the lead, but it was too little, too late as the Huskies held on for...

Flyers finish second in North Peace Hockey League’s West Division after loss to Athletics

The Flyers fell behind early as Grande Prairie came out strong to start the game. The Athletics scored less than five minutes in and eventually had a 3-0 lead before the period was eight minutes old. Fort St. John would respond with two goals in 28 seconds to close the gap to one, but Grande Prairie added a fourth...

AGM for Big Bam Ski Hill to be held September 9

Among the items on the table will be the board of directors discussing the need for a new approach when it comes to running the ski hill. As a result the board will be looking for new members that would give direction to managers as it relates to the day to day operation. Anyone is welcome to attend the event.

V.E. Brandl Flyers take first place in home tournament

The Flyers opened the tournament with a 4-0 win over the Spirit River Rangers. Kale Goulet got the shut out in goal.  Saturday morning things got started early for the Flyers with a game against the Grande Prairie A squad. The Flyers took the win 4-2 and took on the Grande Prairie B team Saturday afternoon. The final game of...

Huskies dou-Bell up on JDA Kings

The series began as the home team wished it would, by striking first, as just 4:02 into the first, Connor Tetlock picked off a Huskies breakout pass, leaving him all alone in the slot, where he fired a puck high over the glove of Travis McLean, providing the Kings a quick 1-0 lead. Rather than get discouraged, Fort St. John...

Killbillies steam roll Quesnel 263-117

The Fort St. John Killbillies opened their season at home in style last night with a big win over the Quesnel Gold Pain. The outcome was never in doubt as the Killbillies jumped out to an early lead and built on it throughout the game on the way to a 263-117 victory. After the game coach Ashley Large said the...

Black Sox win twice in High Prairie

HIGH PRAIRIE, AB - North Peace Minor Baseball's Peewee Black Sox had another strong weekend, this time in High Prairie. The team played a total of three games and finished the weekend two and one. The Black Sox had a tight first game against High Prairie Blue as they narrowly won 10-8. The second game gave the Black Sox their first...

River Rats Poker Rally happening this Saturday at Peace Island Park

TAYLOR, B.C. – The B.C. Peace Country River Rats will be hosting their annual poker rally this Saturday at the Peace Island boat launch in Taylor. The event is scheduled to begin at 8:30 AM with a breakfast, followed by registration at 9:00, and a 10:00 AM start. The poker rally will see contestants travelling up the Pine River by...

ELC students donate money to Fort St. John Curling Club

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. - The Fort St. John Curling Club received a sizable donation on Thursday from four of the Energetic Learning Campus' students. Dalene Schafer, Kona Schreiner, Garrett Busche and Aspen Wollen donated $1,579.05 to the Curling Club through their 2018 Community Project. The money raised will go towards the new rocks the curling club is purchasing this year. The...

Semi-final spring basketball results

In the Junior division, Team Teal fell to Team Purple 53-32. The player of the game for Team Teal was Kelsey Decker, and the top player for Team Purple was Brady Lawler. Team Red were victorious over Team Green 38-17. The top player for the Reds was Tyne Tkachanko, and Jacob Bruce was recognized for Team Green. Team Yellow just got by...

Huskies hope third time is the charm against Grande Prairie

Head Coach Gary Alexander says that the team will be looking for a better effort at the start of the game compared Wednesday's lackluster win over Dawson Creek. "We're hoping to have a big game in Grande Prairie; a little more jump to their start than they had on Wednesday night," he explains. "We're still a little bit depleted in...

Men’s and Women’s Soccer League’s hosting combined year end tourney

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Men's and Women's Soccer League’s are hosting a combined year-end tournament this weekend. A total of 20 teams comprised of six men’s, six competitive women’s and eight recreational women’s teams will be taking part in the event. The tournament gets underway at 6:00 p.m. on Friday at the Kids Arena Fieldhouse, while...

NPSS Senior Boys Basketball team places 15th at Provincials

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The North Peace Secondary School’s Senior Boys Basketball team returned home from Provincials in Langley over the weekend. The team lost all three games they played starting off with a 90-83 defeat to St. George’s School, that was followed by a 77-69 loss to Rutland. Finally, they fell 78-59 to Mount Baker and as a...

Huskies to take on Navigators, and JDA Kings this weekend

The Navigators remain in first place in the North West Junior Hockey League standings with 12 points, one point ahead of the Fairview Flyers. Friday's game will begin at 7 p.m. local time in Peace River. Saturday evening will mark the first meeting of the season between the Huskies and JDA Kings. The Kings eliminated the Huskies in last year's...

MacLean Flyers rough up Dawson Creek

The Fort St. John Ross H. MacLean Flyers welcomed the Dawson Creek Canucks to Fort St. John yesterday afternoon, and it wasn't pretty for the visitors. The Flyers scored a staggering nine goals in the opening 20 minutes and put things in cruise control the rest of the way as they won 14-1. After the majority of their damage was...

Sports fields closed in Fort St. John until further notice

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – With the heavy rain falling across the Peace, the City of Fort St. John has closed all sports fields on city property until further notice. Recreation Manager Kylah Bryde says that the City decided to close the sports fields because the heavy rain has made the fields incredibly soggy and slippery. She explained that users...

Senior boys volleyball team takes fourth place at Duchess Tournament

The team made it to the third place game where they met up with College Heights. The team lost in three games by a score of 25-19, 20-25 and 15-11. Coach Diane Sandberg says that the team played well in the final game, and the serves throughout the entire tournament were much better compared to the tournament the team was...
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