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Charlie Hughes of Burnaby tied for seventh place at the B.C. amateur golf championships in Kamloops. Hughes carded a fourround 281, including a five-under 67 in the final round to finish at sevenunder-par. St.
Photo gallery: Burnaby Barracudas A/B summer swim meet

Photo gallery: Burnaby Barracudas A/B summer swim meet

Meet me in Burnaby: Brooklyn Sartori eyes the finish line in a girls' 50-metre freestyle heat at the Burnaby Barracudas A/B summer swim meet at Central Park outdoor pool last Saturday.

B.C. wins second bronze at u-18 grid Canada Cup

Two big plays by Mikey Carney was all B.C. needed to win the bronze medal at Football Canada's under-18 Canada Cup in Lethbridge, Alta. Carney, the Grade 11 provincial high school player of the year, was named B.C.

Burnaby D-man re-signs with Caps

Burnaby defenceman Karl Alzner signed on for another two years with the Washington Capitals on July 17. Last season, Alzner, 22, completed his first full season in the NHL, garnering two goals and 10 assists, and a plus-14.

Girls' nationals come to New West

Three girls on Burnaby's provincial gold-medal-winning bantam lacrosse team will be headlining Team B.C. at the 2011 national girls' lacrosse championships in New Westminster, beginning Saturday. B.C.

Lakers upset national No. 1 New Westminster

The Burnaby Lakers pulled off a major upset in the Western Lacrosse Association last week. The unheralded senior A Lakers knocked off the No.

Burnaby Minor to host AAA mosquito and single A peewee provicials

Burnaby Minor Baseball will be hosting both the AAA mosquito and single A peewee provincial championships on back-to-back weekends at Kensington Park.
Photos:Simon Fraser University 7s tournament

Photos:Simon Fraser University 7s tournament

The Burnaby Lake Rugby Club had great weekend at the Simon Fraser University 7s tournament last Saturday. The women's elite team won its third consecutive seven-a-side tournament in B.C. Rugby's summer series, beating Velox in the final game.

First-timers win reinstated fourth Giro

The fourth Giro di Burnaby could not have been better scripted. Two first-year entrants, Cameron MacKinnon of Calgary and 19-year-old Saskatchewan rider Julia Garnet, won their debut races in the centrepiece of B.C.

Junior 2nd at OK stop

Lucas Gatto of Burnaby finished second at junior golf's first tournament of the season in the Okanagan.
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