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Course takes top grade

If the Tod Mountain downhill mountain bike course was covered in water, whitewater rafters would consider it a Grade 5 run.

Defence translates into success

Gerry St. Laurent says the Kamloops Rattlers' defence is strong and will help them succeed at this weekend's 2001 British Columbia bantam A2 lacrosse championships.

Meegan stars like Maddux

Kamloops' junior baseball team simply wasn't as strong as the senior Molson Black Sox.

Receiver looks for for big plays

Three times last Saturday, the Kamloops UCC Cowboys were close to scoring a touchdown.

Mercury on eight wheels

As I cycle at a semi-leisurely speed down Schubert Drive, an eight-wheeler goes ghosting by me on Mercury's wings.

One-win season meets goals

No matter the record, UCC Alumni accomplished its chief goals this season: to prepare young women for post-secondary soccer.

Have fun or else

Da Bears have a very simple philosophy: If they're not having fun, there's no use in playing.

More work for A1 Rattlers

A gold from the 2001 Peewee Lacrosse Nationals may be in their hands, but they're not resting on their laurels.

Kamloops meets world

Alwilda van Ryswyk remembers the first time she officiated track and field.

Soccer bonds families

When Karen Lebert's daughter started playing soccer at the all-star level and going to provincial championships, she wanted to see what all the fuss was.