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Clan get first NCAA grid win

Simon Fraser University made varsity football history with its first-ever win in NCAA. The Clan defeated Pacific University 36-28 to pickup its landmark victory on the road in Forest Grove, Oregon on Saturday.

In search of the impossible dream

Sole Mainland player likes the pressure of change

Clan play Jr. A's in opening exhibitions

The Simon Fraser University men's hockey team will play an eightgame preseason exhibition schedule, beginning today in Coquitlam. The defending B.C. Intercollegiate league champions take on the B.C.

Shrum Bowl game cancelled

The Shrum Bowl will not be played for the 11th time in the 44-year history of the annual crosstown varsity football rivalry.

Burnaby Sports Briefs

Burnaby Lake Sports Complex-West will be the venue for the national youth field lacrosse championships this week. Connor Robinson of New Westminster will be among Team B.C.

Burnaby Central names high school award winners

Adam Chang, Trevor de Zeeuw and Xhalida September were named Burnaby Central Secondary's senior athletes of the year. Chang and De Zeeuw shared the boys' Grade 12 award, while September was the sole girls' winner.

Steeltown opens season in Flames

The Grandview Steelers will open its Pacific International Junior Hockey League season against the Ridge Meadows Flames on Sept. 23.

Top-five finishes for golfing family

First-round leader Alex Françis of Burnaby finished in a tie for second place at the B.C. bantam boys' golf championships in Surrey last week.

Second pro title for Burnaby soccer star

Burnaby international Christine Sinclair won a second consecutive Women's Professional Soccer title.

Canada ends series with win

Andrew Kanerva of the Burnaby Field Hockey Club led Canada's under-21 national team with three goals in a four-game series against the United States.