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Lacrosse game comes with a learning curve for girls

Lacrosse game comes with a learning curve for girls

What a difference one year can make. Last season, Burnaby's Xenia Dumont wasn't really sure if she was good enough to play for Team B.C.'s bantam girls' lacrosse team. Fast forward one year and the 14-year-old St.

Braves host provincials this weekend

The Burnaby Braves AAA mosquito baseball teams will open the B.C. Baseball Tier 2 provincial championships on Friday morning against the Mission Twins at Kensington Park ball diamond #4.

Minor nats set to start

Bantam runner Marcus Vela and peewee Sekanwnee Baker, both from the Burnaby minor lacrosse association, will be representing their respective division teams at the Commissioners national championships held in Whitby, Ont., beginning July 31.

Simon Fraser University women's basketball announces 2011-12 schedule

Burnaby - Entering their second season competing in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference in NCAA Division II, the Simon Fraser University Clan women's basketball team will open up its 2011-12 regular season schedule in California before playing th

Ontario wins both bantam and midget girls' lacrosse championships

Ontario stole the gold medal from Team B.C. in the final of the midget girls' Canadian lacrosse championships at Queen's Park Arena Thursday. B.C.

Cariboo Hill Secondary hands out athletic awards

Stefan Stankovic and Milica Bjelica won a pair of athletic awards at the year-end Cariboo Hill Secondary awards. Stankovic and Bjelica both shared top awards in tennis along with Kapish Suri.

It's all coming down to the wire in WLA

Parity in the Western Lacrosse Association is going to put a big damper on at least three senior A clubs this year. With the final week of the regular season soon to unfold, the possible final scenarios for all seven teams are too many to mention.

Stamp TD not enough

Calgary Stampeder running back Jon Cornish rushed for 38 yards and caught three passes for another 56 yards, including a touchdown, in a 24-19 loss to the Edmonton Eskimos in CFL play on Saturday. In the fourth quarter, the St.

Simon Fraser University announces varsity schedules

The Simon Fraser University varsity men's soccer team will kick off the season with an exhibition match against the University of Washington in Seattle on Aug. 22.

Pair to Round 2

Melody Liang of Burnaby and Stephanie Ko won their opening round match over Christina Aicardi and Claudia Rivero of Peru at the Yonex Canada Open badminton championships in Richmond.
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