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Youth make the grade at summer school

Young hockey stars got a jump on the competition last week at the Sunshine Coast Arena. The inaugural Sunshine Coast Hockey School was a huge success according to organizers who are already setting their sights on next year.

Inaugural camp a success

The Sunshine Coast Arena was full of speed demons last weekend. The Pacific Blades kicked off its inaugural speed skating season on the Sunshine Coast with a summer skills camp. In all, 38 skaters from age six to 56 took part in the two-day camp.

Locals take on Canada

The best mountain bike riders in Canada, including four local racers from On The Edge Race Club, were in Kamloops last weekend for the Canada Cup finals.

Izad off to Florida for finals

Winning has become the norm for Jeremy Izad this summer. The 14-year-old West Sechelt youth was a standout for this year's U15 Super Y League Vancouver Whitecaps squad.

Midget squad off to provincials

A split at home against Richmond last Saturday paved the way for the Gibsons Midget baseball team to secure a berth at this weekend's provincial championships in Ridge Meadows.

A learning experience on the links for Mithrush

Blake Mithrush narrowly missed making the cut at last week's Canadian Amateur Golf Championships in Pointe-Claire, Que. The Halfmoon Bay golfer fired rounds of 71 and 75, finishing with a 146 score.

Storm warning comes for Arduin

David Arduin's junior hockey career begins this weekend with one of the most successful franchises in the province. Arduin recently signed a one-year contract with the Campbell River Storm of the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League (VIJHL).

Solid weekend for Midget squad

A 3-1 weekend has the Gibsons Midget All-Stars poised for a run at the provincial championships. With a record of 10-6, Gibsons plays host today (Saturday) to second place Richmond in their final two regular season games.

Provincial men's team chosen after great week of golf

The 2004 B.C. Senior Men's championship was claimed on Thursday afternoon at the Sunshine Coast Golf and Country Club (SCGCC).

Senior men tee off Tuesday in Roberts Creek

The Sunshine Coast Golf and Country Club (SCGCC) will play host to some of the top senior men's golfers next week. The 2004 B.C. Senior Men's Championship will begin play bright and early at 7 a.m. Tuesday morning. The event, organized by the B.C.
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