Nick Greenizan

Celebration of life planned in South Surrey for BC Lions legend

CFL hall-of-famer James ‘Quick’ Parker died March 27

South Surrey relay runners compete for good cause at Great Peninsula Race

Third annual event held Thursday afternoon at South Surrey Athletic Park

Junkyard Dog XC set for South Surrey Bike Park Sunday

Riders from across province will compete in Cycling BC Premier Series event

Olympic gold now official for South Surrey weightlifter

Christine Girard’s bronze medal from 2012 Olympics upgraded to gold, IOC announces

Coastal FC to begin provincial run Saturday in South Surrey

Men’s premier team to host Croatia SC at noon Saturday in first playoff round

Semiahmoo Secondary high-jumper heading to Arizona

South Surrey’s Alexa Porpaczy signs NCAA athletic scholarship

Surrey, White Rock runners battle rain, wind at Boston Marathon

More than 20 local runners cross finish line of prestigious race Monday

Great Peninsula Race returns to South Surrey track

Fundraising relay race between Earl Marriott, Elgin Park, Semiahmoo secondaries set for Thursday

South Surrey volleyball player honoured by TRU

Rachel Windhorst named athlete of year at Thompson Rivers University

Newton students dive into science at South Surrey Indoor Pool

Cambridge Elementary scuba-divers learn hands-on lessons

A ‘Knight’ to remember for Semiahmoo novice players

Youth hockey squad plays during intermission of Canucks legends final home game

Coastal FC men’s soccer team wins Soccer City Cup

Premier men’s soccer team defeats Langley to claim title

Surrey Ultimate teams engage in turf battle

Second annual Myles Winch memorial event held Friday at Semiahmoo Secondary

Humboldt Broncos crash victim Jaxon Joseph remembered for work ethic, positivity

Former Surrey Eagle played in BC Hockey League in 2015/16

Adam Hadwin finishes tied for 24th at Masters

Abbotsford golfer cards personal-best finish at “major” tournament

COLUMN: Humboldt Broncos tragedy rekindles fond memories of coach

Darcy Haugan remembered as great coach, but better person, by PAN reporter Nick Greenizan

Hadwin makes cut, will play weekend rounds at Masters

Lower Mainland PGA pro in tie for 18th after two rounds at Augusta National

Hadwin in first-place tie as second round of Masters tees off

Abbotsford-raised PGA pro among the leaders at famed Augusta National

B.C. teams advance at Canadian Masters Curling Championships

Event continues this weekend at Peace Arch, Cloverdale curling clubs

Hadwin flirts with top spot at Masters

Abbotsford PGA pro sits in third-place tie as first round comes to close at Augusta National.