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North Surrey Bears players, coaches and cheer team members with their provincial-championship banner at McLeod Park in Langley on Saturday, Dec. 4. (Photo: facebook.com/NSMFGameDay)

North Surrey Bears win B.C. football title in 9-man Midget division

Championship-weekend games played at Langley’s McLeod Park

The White Rock-South Surrey Titans defeated the North Surrey Tigers 14-12 Sunday in Langley, winning a BC Community Football Association bantam championship. (BCCFA photo)

White Rock Titans edge North Surrey to win B.C. bantam football title

Titans defeat Tigers 14-12 at Langley’s McLeod Park Sunday

The White Rock Titans bantams will play Sunday (Dec. 5) against North Surrey in the BC Community Football Association championship game. (Aaron Hinks photo)

White Rock-South Surrey Titans set for B.C. football final

Undefeated bantam team will play North Surrey at Langley’s McLeod Park

Three-time Stanley Cup champion Brent Seabrook will be joining the Vancouver Giants as a volunteer/interim assistant coach, the team announced Wednesday, Dec. 1. (Vancouver Giants photo)

Delta’s Brent Seabrook to serve as Vancouver Giants volunteer assistant coach

Three-time Stanley Cup champ joining Keith McCambridge behind the bench while head coach is away

Three-time Stanley Cup champion Brent Seabrook will be joining the Vancouver Giants as a volunteer/interim assistant coach, the team announced Wednesday, Dec. 1. (Vancouver Giants photo)
Surrey Eagles goalie Max Prazma made 31 saves in a losing effort Sunday, but on Friday made 26 saves and picked up two assists in a 7-4 win over Coquitlam. (Garrett James photo)

Surrey Eagles head out on Island road trip after win streak halted

BCHL squad scheduled to play in Victoria, Cowichan, Nanaimo this weekend

Surrey Eagles goalie Max Prazma made 31 saves in a losing effort Sunday, but on Friday made 26 saves and picked up two assists in a 7-4 win over Coquitlam. (Garrett James photo)
The White Rock-South Surrey bantam Titans pose for a photo with their championship banner after winning a VMFL title Sunday. (Contributed photo)

Undefeated White Rock Titans to take aim at provincial bantam football title

Peninsula football squad also won a B.C. title in 2019, at junior-bantam level

The White Rock-South Surrey bantam Titans pose for a photo with their championship banner after winning a VMFL title Sunday. (Contributed photo)
Jonathan Wu, 16, and Caden Chen, 16, from Sungod Skating Club are off to Regina, Sask. to compete in the Skate Canada Challenge Dec. 1-5 at Regina’s Evraz Place sport complex event in the hopes of securing a spot on the B.C. provincial team in advance of the 2022 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships. (Sungod Skating Club/submitted photos)

North Delta figure skaters competing this week for spots at nationals

Sungod Skating Club’s Jonathan Wu, Caden Chen competing at Skate Canada Challenge in Regina Dec. 1-5

Jonathan Wu, 16, and Caden Chen, 16, from Sungod Skating Club are off to Regina, Sask. to compete in the Skate Canada Challenge Dec. 1-5 at Regina’s Evraz Place sport complex event in the hopes of securing a spot on the B.C. provincial team in advance of the 2022 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships. (Sungod Skating Club/submitted photos)
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BCHL taking out-of-conference games off the schedule for rest of 2021-22 season

The league is shifting to regional matchups with travel still hindered province wide

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Elgin Park Secondary’s Kendall Homenick makes a play at the net against Richmond’s Steveston-London Secondary during South Fraser championships. (Clinton Johnson photo)

Orcas overcome injuries to win South Fraser volleyball banner

Elgin Park Secondary’s senior boys team now prepares for provincials Dec. 8-11

Elgin Park Secondary’s Kendall Homenick makes a play at the net against Richmond’s Steveston-London Secondary during South Fraser championships. (Clinton Johnson photo)
South Surrey's Maya Kobylanski finished second in the women's U20 race at Canadian Cross-Country Championships in Ottawa Saturday. (Contributed photo)

Southridge grad leads Surrey contingent at Canadian Cross-Country Championships

Maya Kobylanski finishes second in U20 women’s race in Ottawa

South Surrey's Maya Kobylanski finished second in the women's U20 race at Canadian Cross-Country Championships in Ottawa Saturday. (Contributed photo)
Curlers participate in the High Tides bonspiel Sunday afternoon at the Peace Arch Curling Club. (Aaron Hinks photo)

Mulligan team wins all-Peace Arch final at High Tides curling bonspiel

White Rock event held over weekend at Peace Arch Curling Centre

Curlers participate in the High Tides bonspiel Sunday afternoon at the Peace Arch Curling Club. (Aaron Hinks photo)
Surrey-raised Mason Beaupit is a goaltender with Spokane Chiefs of the Western Hockey League (WHL). (Photo: spokanechiefs.com)

Sizzling stats for Surrey’s Beaupit earn him WHL Goaltender of the Week honours

Spokane Chiefs tendy joined WHL team in 2019 after time with Valley West Giants U18 squad

Surrey-raised Mason Beaupit is a goaltender with Spokane Chiefs of the Western Hockey League (WHL). (Photo: spokanechiefs.com)
After a number of years playing at the first-division level, the Bayside Sharks are taking steps to get their top men’s team back to the premier league. (Don Wright photo)

Bayside Sharks take aim at return to B.C. rugby’s premier level

“Absolutely, our goal is 100 per cent to get back there,” said men’s rugby director Andy Blackburn

After a number of years playing at the first-division level, the Bayside Sharks are taking steps to get their top men’s team back to the premier league. (Don Wright photo)
Anaya Bhandal began to focus more on competitive golf in 2018, after playing rep hockey with Surrey Falcons. (Submitted photo)

Surrey recruit Bhandal swings from hockey to golf to projected leader of SFU team

Current Fraser Heights student a multisport athlete ‘who is calm, cool and confident,’ coach says

Anaya Bhandal began to focus more on competitive golf in 2018, after playing rep hockey with Surrey Falcons. (Submitted photo)
Chilliwack’s Cameron Johnson is one of 24 BCHL skaters added to an online all-star ballot along with eight goaltenders. (Darren Francis photo)

BCHL adds 24 skaters, 8 goaltenders to online all-star ballot

Voting is open until Tuesday to determine which six skaters and four goalies make the game

Chilliwack’s Cameron Johnson is one of 24 BCHL skaters added to an online all-star ballot along with eight goaltenders. (Darren Francis photo)
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Surrey teen powerlifter sets national records in his very first competition

‘It’s huge for Gaurav (Dhanoa) – he’s a celebrity at his school right now,’ coach says

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Earl Marriott Secondary’s junior boys soccer team, coached by Grade 12 student Nick McQuillan (far right). (Contributed photo)

Mariners junior boys finish second at South Fraser soccer championships

South Surrey team - coached by Grade 12 student Nick McQuillan – drops final game to Queen Elizabeth

Earl Marriott Secondary’s junior boys soccer team, coached by Grade 12 student Nick McQuillan (far right). (Contributed photo)
Chilliwack Chief Abram Wiebe is one of 18 BCHLers named to the All-Star three-on-three tournament following a poll of league coaches. (Darren Francis photo)

BCHL coaches determine initial 18 skaters for three-on-three all-star tournament

Remaining all-stars will be determined through online fan voting

Chilliwack Chief Abram Wiebe is one of 18 BCHLers named to the All-Star three-on-three tournament following a poll of league coaches. (Darren Francis photo)
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Flooding fallout forces BCHL to postpone more games

Nine matches are being pushed back, but the junior A league has also added nine regional games

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The Earl Marriott Mariners Grade 9 girls celebrate after winning the gold-medal game at provincial championships Saturday in Cloverdale. (Contributed photo)

Earl Marriott Grade 9s capture provincial volleyball banner

South Surrey team pulls off three-peat – winning Surrey, South Fraser and B.C. titles in single year

The Earl Marriott Mariners Grade 9 girls celebrate after winning the gold-medal game at provincial championships Saturday in Cloverdale. (Contributed photo)