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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.

Mithrush to tackle Canadian Amateur

Blake Mithrush will be battling for one of the top prizes in Canadian golf next week. The Halfmoon Bay resident and regular at the Sechelt Golf and Country Club has qualified for the 2004 Canadian Amateur Championship, which will be contested Aug.

Arena gearing up for summer hockey school

Some familiar faces will return to the Coast later this month to help coach some of the future hockey stars of tomorrow. Brad Wingfield and Ryan Esselmont will join Denise North as head instructors for the Sunshine Coast Hockey School, set for Aug.

Peewee Crusherz finish ninth at provincials

The softball season ended on a bit of a down note for the Gibsons Peewee Crusherz in Kamloops.

Coast riders score well in Squamish

On The Edge Race Club (OTE) was a force to be reckoned with at the B.C. provincial mountain bike championships last weekend in Squamish. This event is a one-day, winner-take-all championship as opposed to the B.C.

Bantams drop three of four

Last weekend's competition proved to be too much for the Gibsons Bantam All-star team as they dropped three out of four games. Saturday started off in familiar fashion as Gibsons shut out the Surrey Canadians 4-0.