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Monday, October 21, 2019
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Flyers make it 4 in a row heading into tonight's make-up game

The last time these two teams met, the Rangers won 7-4. After a scoreless first period, Flyer Ian Munro opened up the scoring eight minutes into the second, putting Fort St. John up 1-0. Unfortunately, two goals by the Rangers less than a minute apart late in the period, including a short-handed goal, had the frame end with the Flyers...

Wrestling Club brings home 6 medals from tournament

The results of the North Peace high school wrestlers are as follows: Liz Collum/Reinbold - Gold Leslie Erker - Silver Devon Shelkie - Gold Briaden Macdougall - Bronze Jarred Bogelund - Sixth Connor White - Gold Justin Peck - Gold

Tracker Flyers win twice to keep top spot

On Saturday, February 4, the Tracker Flyers played at home, hosting the Edge Gold. It was all about the comeback game, as the Flyers were down 2-0 after the first. Although the Trackers started the period with a two minute roughing penalty, Jordan Harder was able to score a short-handed goal just 19 seconds in. The teams traded goals for...

Huskies outscored 16-4 over weekend

The top team in the NWJHL made quick work of the Huskies, outshooting them 38-17, and outscoring them 6-1. The Huskies' lone goal came in the second period. While the Huskies were looking to turn things around on Sunday, they were unsuccessful, as the Navigator again dominated, beating the pups 10-3. The sled dogs were unable to capitalize on any of...

Knights of Columbus Bantam Flyers shut out Peace River 15-0

The Flyers scored six goals in the first frame with the first coming only one minute into the game when Elias Thompson scored his first of four on the day from an Emerson Loewen feed. Jarod Lang netted one a minute later from Alexander Breunig and George Seguin-Morin to make it 2-0. Thompson scored his second only four mintues into...

Locals win at Canadian Open Maters Speed Skating event in FSJ

The Fort St. John Elks Speed Skating Club hosted the championship on behalf of B.C. Speed Skating and Speed Skating Canada. Skaters vied for titles in the masters category for the all-round title, while five competed in the exhibition 20 to 29-plus years of age class. The category champions were as follows: Women, 30-34: Michelle Pepin, Burnaby, B.C. Women: 35-39: Sue Steckle,...

Senior Flyers return home with a win

  In the first period the Flyers got on the board early with a goal from Todd Alexander.  In the second the Athletics tied the game, but Fort St. John responded with a goal from Robbie Sidhu and a second from Todd Alexander. With a final score of 3-1 for the Flyers. Now the Flyers will play tonight at the North Peace...

Last weekend of regular season for AAA Senior Flyers

Tonight, Friday, February 3, the team will travel to Grande Prairie to play the Athletics. This will be the second meeting of the two teams, the first of which Fort St. John dropped to GP in overtime 4-3. The boys enter the game with a 4-6-1 record, with 9 points in 11 games played. The Athletics are the top...

Challenging weekend ahead for Huskies

The two teams last butted heads January 13, when the Huskies fell 4-3 in overtime, a vast improvement from the previous score of 11-3 the last time they met. After that loss the Huskies' record against Peace River is an abysmal 0-3-0-1, and the pups have been outshot 26-12. The Navigators currently sit in first place in the NWJHL with...

Canadian Open Masters Championships in Fort St. John this weekend

Skaters over the age of 30 will compete in the event described as a source of motivation and opportunity for recognition. Day one will include men's and ladies' 500 metre and 1500 metre races, as well as an exhibition 100 metre qualifying event. Day two will continue with men's and ladies' 1000 metre and 3000 metre races, as well as...

Elks show strength at provincial championships

Coach Richard Stickel was happy with the results.   "The level of competition was strong throughout the whole province and the skaters who managed to medal were very deserving." 13 skaters have qualified to compete at the Canadian Long Track Championships, which will take place in Fort St. John February 11 and 12. The qualifiers are listed below: Renee Kalkman Eryn Stickel Sarah Graham Theresa...

Outdoor soccer registration opens soon

Online registration starts February 13 and is open until April 7 at www.fsjsoccer.com. There's will also be opportunities for in person registration on March 9 at Ernie's Sports Experts and March 24 at the Community One Stop Registration. In addition to players, the league is also looking for coaches and referees. For more information visit FSJ Soccer's website or call 787-KICK.

Taylor curler wins Draw to the Button

The contest was open to all junior curlers from Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, Taylor, Tumbler Ridge and Chetwynd, and tested participants’ skills of drawing to the button. The competition involved quarter-finals, semi-finals and of course, finals, with competitors receiving the opportunity to throw on an international ice surface as well as gain some national television coverage. Kyle won a...

Tracker Flyers reach top of division

On Friday, January 27, the Tracker Flyers were in Spruce Grove to play the Saints. Unfortunately the weekend got off to a rocky start, as the Saints beat the Tracker Flyers 5-2. Collin Mathieson and Jordan Harder got on the scoreboard for the Tracker Flyers. Goalie Daimon Derouin was pulled six minutes into the second period, after letting in three...

Knights of Columbus Take Third Place in Prince George

Friday was a great first day as the Flyers beat their rivals Dawson Creek in the opening game 4-3. Brysan Eklund started the scoring five minutes into the game assisted by Jarod Lang. Dawson scored the next two goals taking a 2-1 lead at the end of the first period. In the second, Nolan Lagace tied the game 2-2...

Huskies too sharp for Blades

Friday, January 27, the dogs made their way to Beaverlodge for their fifth meeting with the Blades, having outscored them 31-13 so far in the season. The Blades held the Huskies off in the first period, but the 0-0 score was quickly erased seven minutes into the second, as Blair Karasiuk opened the scoring with a short handed goal,...

Howard wins Dawson Creek Grand Slam

Howard also won the World Cup of Curling in November. Howard, from Coldwater, Ont., has now won 10 Grand Slam titles, putting him alone in second on the all-time list. He improved to 3-2 in Grand Slam finals against Martin. Edmonton's Martin has a commanding lead in overall Grand Slam titles, but he missed a chance to get his 18th...

Howard and Martin to face off in final Sunday in Dawson Creek

Both veteran curlers capped a perfect preliminary round with semifinal wins on Saturday. Martin's Edmonton rink edged Brad Gushue of St. John's, N.L., 4-3, while Howard, from Coldwater, Ont., cruised past Jim Cotter of Vernon, B.C., 8-3. In a battle of Olympic champions, Gushue scored two in the seventh end to tie the semifinal at 3-3, but Martin scored one in the eighth and final...

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