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Local volleyballers get tips from the pros at Dawson Creek camp

Local volleyballers get tips from the pros at Dawson Creek camp

As the week progressed the pro coaches advanced the student athletes past basic skills of the game into advanced conditioning.
DC Water Hauling, Vet Spurs top Dawson Creek Adult Soccer League

DC Water Hauling, Vet Spurs top Dawson Creek Adult Soccer League

After a grueling three-a-week schedule to make up for games lost to flooding last month, DC Water Hauling are champions of the Dawson Creek Adult Soccer League.
Dawson Creek triathlon set for July 17

Dawson Creek triathlon set for July 17

90 participants are expected to bike, swim and run through the city
Tomslake runner falls short in Olympic qualifier

Tomslake runner falls short in Olympic qualifier

Fiona Benson fails to make team, but sets her sights on 2020
Dawson Creek minor hockey bids for provincial championships

Dawson Creek minor hockey bids for provincial championships

Ten teams and up to 300 players could take to the ice in Dawson Creek early next year, after the Dawson Creek Minor Hockey Association submitted a bid to host the 2017 Tier Three provincial championships.
Peace students compete at world’s largest rodeo

Peace students compete at world’s largest rodeo

A grade 12 North Peace Secondary School graduate has earned the right to represent British Columbia at the National High School Finals Rodeo in Gillette, Wyoming later this month – and will join a handful of other Peace region students.
Five local players selected for Team B.C. volleyball camp

Five local players selected for Team B.C. volleyball camp

The four-day high performance development camp is put on by Team B.C. to evaluate talent in the province
Dawson Creek teen signs with Edmonton Oil Kings

Dawson Creek teen signs with Edmonton Oil Kings

The 6'1", 166 pound defensemen spent the past season with the Pursuit of Excellence Prep program in Kelowna
Dawson Creek badminton players gain strong foundation with first trip to provincials

Dawson Creek badminton players gain strong foundation with first trip to provincials

Dawson Creek's Secondary badminton team has returned from its maiden trip to provincials with some hardware, some fresh birdies and a whole lot of experience. Nine DCSS students travelled to Richmond over the weekend for the B.C.
Need for speed: Dawson Creek athletes learn from the pros at speed skating camp

Need for speed: Dawson Creek athletes learn from the pros at speed skating camp

Two Dawson Creek athletes, Gabby McGillvray and Tyson Beaulieu, returned home May 29 from a speed skating performance camp in Abbotsford with a few new drills and tips on nutrition.