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DCSS Grade 9 volleyball team is golden - winning Fort St. John tournament

DCSS Grade 9 volleyball team is golden - winning Fort St. John tournament

The DCSS Grade 9 girls volleyball team said 'stay golden' and they did.
Senior High School Rodeo Results: First-half standings

Senior High School Rodeo Results: First-half standings

The first half of the 2021-22 BC High School Rodeo Association season has come to a close. Here are the senior standings at the break.
Dillon Giancola: Thankful, but still wanting more

Dillon Giancola: Thankful, but still wanting more

I have quite the Thanksgiving planned this weekend. Football, two days worth of dinner and more stuffing than I could ask for, and spending time with family. But, I can’t help but wish I had a little bit more.
U18 Predators play in Calgary Firestarter Tournament

U18 Predators play in Calgary Firestarter Tournament

The U18 Northeast BC Predators made their annual trip to Calgary last weekend, October 1 to 3, for the Calgary Firestarter Female Hockey Tournament. The girls were in tough, playing the Edmonton Pandas, Calgary Fire Red, and Airdrie Lightning.
Kodiaks outplay Navigators - but end up on wrong side of scoresheet

Kodiaks outplay Navigators - but end up on wrong side of scoresheet

Winless weekends back-to-back.
Grande Prairie win propels Jake Gardner into Top 10, focused on PBR Canada Finals

Grande Prairie win propels Jake Gardner into Top 10, focused on PBR Canada Finals

Fort St. John’s Jake Gardner won his career-first PBR Canada Cup Series event win on home soil in Grande Prairie this weekend.
Kodiaks lose 6-3 to Navigators, host the Navs in rematch tonight

Kodiaks lose 6-3 to Navigators, host the Navs in rematch tonight

The Dawson Creek Kodiaks travelled to Peace River October 1 for the first leg of a home and home with the North Peace Navigators. The Kodiaks lost their third straight game of the season, and remain winless so far.
Dillon Giancola: Here's to the fans

Dillon Giancola: Here's to the fans

Seeing fans in an indoor setting feels like another checkpoint on the path to normalcy
DCSS athletics back in full swing, hosting volleyball provincials in December

DCSS athletics back in full swing, hosting volleyball provincials in December

This year’s DCSS school sports season has a tinge more excitement to it than normal. For one, students can actually play games again, instead of the practice-only seasons that increased skill level but left kids wanting more. 
Kodiaks start season 0-2, but show vast potential

Kodiaks start season 0-2, but show vast potential

After the first weekend of the 2021-22 season, the Dawson Creek Kodiaks are looking more like young bear cubs than forest monsters. However, despite losing both games on the weekend, it’s early and the team showed lots of potential.