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Rebels make last stand for fourth

Rebels make last stand for fourth

Burnaby Bulldogs take bite out of Langley tourney

The Burnaby Minor Bulldogs bantam A2 hockey team travelled to Merritt during Grey Cup weekend and captured the gold medal with an exciting 6-4 win over the Langley Eagles.

Rams humble unready Knights in AAA semifinal

The Mt. Douglas stole a page from the Centennial Centaurs playbook and ran up the score against the St. Thomas More Knights in a painful one-sided B.C. high school AAA football semifinal at UBC's Thunderbird Stadium Saturday.
Burnaby women win treble

Burnaby women win treble

Runners well placed at x-country nats

Dylan Gant of Burnaby placed in the top 15 at the Canadian cross-country championships in Vancouver this Saturday. Gant, a Burnaby Central and Simon Fraser University grad, finished in 14th spot in the men's 10-kilometre race in a time of 34.03.

T-Bird named All-Canadian on defence

Burnaby's Sam Carino was named to the Canadian Interuniversity Sport All-Canadian second team on defence. The St. Thomas More Collegiate grad and University of B.C. Thunderbird senior was named as a corner back on the elite all-star roster on Nov.

Burnaby basketball players named Great Northwest Athletic Conference players of the week

Simon Fraser University women's basketball forward Nayo Raincock-Ekunwe was named the Great Northwest Athletic Conference player of the week on Wednesday.

Burnaby gymnast wins two gold in Belgium

Burnaby's Briannah Tsang earned two medals at the Top Gym competition in Charleroi, Belgium Nov. 27. Tsang won a gold medal in her specialty the vault with a double-twisting Yurchenko and a Yurchenko one-and-a-half. Tsang's winning vault score of 14.

Burnaby South Rebels make a last stand for fourth at provincials

One goal separated the Burnaby South Rebels from a medal at the B.C. high school AAA boys' soccer championships on Saturday.
Chargers fall short in AA soccer final

Chargers fall short in AA soccer final