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Langley pulls off first-game shocker

The Langley Thunder pulled off a surprise in the opening game of the Mann Cup.
Clan women chalk up first soccer win

Clan women chalk up first soccer win

Amelia Ng made six saves to earn her first shutout and the Simon Fraser University women's soccer team's first win of the season.
B.C. field wins first Alumni Cup

B.C. field wins first Alumni Cup

Provinical hosts upset Ontario 11-10 in u-16 final
Burnaby champ an armful at Canadian nationals

Burnaby champ an armful at Canadian nationals

The man with the golden arm added two more national honours to his armwrestling resumé. Anthony Dall'Antonia of Burnaby won his 10th and 11th titles at the Canadian National Armwrestling Championships in Ottawa over the Labour Day weekend.

Brampton not so new despite changes

The Brampton Excelsiors live on. Although just 10 players survive from the Brampton squad that shocked the New Westminster Salmonbellies in Game 7 to win the 2009 Mann Cup, there is no mistaking the Excelsior brand.

Burnaby figure skater places 12th in international Grand Prix debut

Burnaby's Nam Nguyen can be excused if his overall numbers were down slightly at his first-ever international figure skating assignment.

Central Park champ takes 11th B.C. title

Central Park club's Elyse Brunelle won her 11th B.C. women's title in horseshoe pitching in Cloverdale on Saturday. Brunelle bettered the women's Class A field, going undefeated in 10 matches to win her sixth consecutive provincial title.

Clan win home opener with first of two

Carlo Basso's first goal of the season was all the Simon Fraser University men needed to win its soccer home opener.

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