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Midget Lakers set to defend A1 B.C. title

The Burnaby Lakers earned a berth into the B.C. provincial midget A1 lacrosse championships last week.

Under-17 B-Cup

Under-17 B-Cup

Club at the forefront of sevens game

When Burnaby's Rain De Guzman recently helped showcase the game of rugby 7s at Empire Field, it might have been his crowning moment in the game.

Mantas win big at Golden Spike

Jun Jay Liu cleaned up at the Port Moody Golden Spike swim meet on the Canada Day long weekend. Liu won all five of his races in Division 6, placing first in the 50-and 100-metre freestyle, 50m butterfly, 100m backstroke and 200m individual medley.

Golfer in junior top 10 at B.C. s

Burnaby's Lucas Gatto wound up in a tie for 10th place at the B.C. junior golf championships in Trail over the weekend. Gatto finished with a four-round, four-over-par 292, 18 shots back of runaway defending champion Adam Svensson of Surrey.

Byrne year-end awards

Evangeli Anteros and Paul Mallari were named the Grade 12 athletes of the year at the Byrne Creek Secondary School year-end sports banquet in June. Anteros and Mallari both competed on the basketball and volleyball teams.

Ishikawa judoka wins bronze at junior nats

Dante St. Prix helped the B.C. judo team to a 15-medal haul at the Canadian junior national judo championships in Quebec. St.

Cook enlisted as WLA commissioner

Years of battling in the political arena of New Westminster may have prepared Casey Cook for his newest volunteer position with the Western Lacrosse Association.

The bike race is back

The Giro di Burnaby criterium bike race is back on the streets of Burnaby Heights after a two-year absence this Thursday. The women's race begins at 6 p.m., while the men's race is scheduled to start at approximately 7:15 p.m.

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