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Burnaby to host B.C. high school AA and AAA soccer championships

Burnaby/New Westminster schools will be involved in both the AA and AAA provincial boys' soccer championships taking place at Burnaby Lake-West next week.
Photos: Junior girls district volleyball final

Photos: Junior girls district volleyball final

Canada West wins world Jr. A gold

Burnaby's Brandon Morley shared in a gold medal with Canada West at the World Jr. A Hockey Classic in Langley. The 17-year-old B.C.

Moscrop let down in Tier II playoff

Injuries, weather and no-shows spelled an ignominious defeat for the Moscrop Panthers in the first-round of B.C. high school Tier II football playoffs.

Goalie named third star

Brian Stewart of Burnaby was named the third star in an East Coast Hockey League game on Saturday. Stewart blocked 25 shots to help the Elmira Jackals to a 4-2 win over the Reading Royals. Stewart is currenly fourth in the ECHL with a 0.

Moscrop VB to AAA boys' Mainlands

The top-10-ranked Moscrop Panthers made short work of the Burnaby/ New Westminster district boys' volleyball final. The Panthers swept Burnaby South in straight sets in the championship final at Moscrop, winning 25-18, 25-15, 25-23 on Thursday.

Notre Dame Jugglers advance to grid quarters

The Notre Dame Jugglers took advantage of a road-weary Mt Boucherie Bears team and went on to a 34-21 win in a late-starting B.C. high school AAA football playoff game at B.C. Place on Friday.

North knocks off South for girls' crown

Strong opening sets powered the Burnaby North Vikings to the Burnaby/New Westminster district girls' volleyball banner. The regular-season champion Vikings defeated the Burnaby South Rebels 3-1 in the championship final at North on Thursday.
Photos: Burnaby/New Westminster ringette Ice Breaker tournament

Photos: Burnaby/New Westminster ringette Ice Breaker tournament

Burnaby/New Westminster ringette Ice Breaker tournament

Simon fraser university sports briefs

Simon Fraser University nearly doubled its lead atop the B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League with a pair of wins against Eastern Washingon University last week. The Clan opened the weekend series with a 7-0 win on Remembrance Day.