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Mya Onos, 11, is qualified for her first provincials this year, and is now taking on Western Canada
UFV SASI hosting exhibit looking at hockey history and race
Vancouver G-Men down Kelowna 2-1 to earn first place in the Western Conference with one game to go
Abbotsford-based pro basketball team names Graves and Hill as assistant coaches
A G-Men victory in Washington State tied G-Men for first in the Western Conference standings
Graduating player Katrina Lawley expects the team to make the top four next year
In Friday night’s game, state side, the Lower Mainland-based Vancouver Giants fell 4-1
Vancouver team move to first place in the Western Conference standings.
Mark Schwichtenberg is only in his first year of wrestling, but has already seen success on the mat
Next hockey game is on home ice at Langley Events Centre Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m.
G-Men will be back on the ice Saturday night, this time in Kamloops, taking on the Blazers.
The team won against the Barriere Cougars to take the final provincial championship spot
The Fraser Valleys saw a dismal defeat for the girls team, but there’s still hope for the provincials
In a 9-4 victory over Switzerland, a Langley-based curling team earned its 2nd straight world title
G-Men move within a point of clinching the B.C. division banner at Friday’s at-home game in Langley
Playing on home ice, Vancouver’s G-Men fell 5-3 during a Family Day game against Portland.
Abbotsford-based pro basketball franchise holding auditions Feb. 24