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A's remain unbeaten at Softball City

A's remain unbeaten at Softball City

California team defeats China-Liaoning in Women's Elite game at Canadian Open

New head coach for Sungod swimmers

Former assistant returns to club, athletes in the medals at provincial meet
Futures Gold starts play at Softball City

Futures Gold starts play at Softball City

Scotiabank Canadian Open organizers hoping for warm weather
Canada picks three locals for World Cup

Canada picks three locals for World Cup

Jocelyn Cater, Melanie Matthews and Jen Yee among 20 players selected
Jays chase a playoff spot

Jays chase a playoff spot

Lose two to Abbotsford Cardinals, defeat Whalley Chiefs
NHL teams claim Surrey pair

NHL teams claim Surrey pair

Jujhar Khaira, Reece Willcox drafted out of the BCHL
Free coaching clinics in July

Free coaching clinics in July

Sessions at Surrey Sports and Leisure Centre part of the 2012 BC Summer Games.
Team Canada looks to young players to carry torch

Team Canada looks to young players to carry torch

Canada will have a handful of young stars - including a pair of White Rock Renegade pitchers – on the roster when the Canadian Open begins.
Surrey pastor completes 100 hole golf challenge

Surrey pastor completes 100 hole golf challenge

John Burns raised more than $200,000 for Mercy Ministries by playing 100 holes of golf at Peace Portal Golf Course Monday.
South Surrey outdoorsman excited for ‘insane’ trip

South Surrey outdoorsman excited for ‘insane’ trip

Paul Hayes, an Earl Marriott Secondary grad, is set to cycle across China, delivering sports equipment along the way.
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