Prince George will be the sight of the 2004 B.C. Silver Gloves on March 5 and 6. Boxers will be invited from B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan, Yukon and Northwest Territories. Inner City Boxing Club will be hosting the card. The last local boxing card was held in March 2002 when the club hosted the B.C. Golden Gloves.
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Larry Dupuis, in his first Hit-to-Pass, won the main event on Sunday as he was the last car running after 202 laps.
In total 21 cars competed in the main event. Jeff Murray won two races on Saturday then went on to take the B-dash and A-heat on Sunday.
Cal Lestage won three races on Saturday and ended the weekend with the win in the B-heat.
Len Olson won the D-dash while Troy Sluter won the C-dash and Brian McKnight was first in the A-dash.
PGARA will be back in action on Sept 13 when WESCAR returns for the final race of the season. Street stock and mini stock will also be competing on Saturday.
The Oldtimers Hockey Challenge is coming to Prince George November 14 at the Prince George Multiplex. Leading the Oldtimers will be NHL Hall of Famer Darryl Sittler, Dave ‘Tiger’ Williams, Bob Bourne, Marek Napier, Gary Nylund, Richard Brodeur and other players.
They will face off against the Prince George Firefighters team in a charity game with a portion of all proceeds going to the Prince George Spirit of the North Health Care Foundation.
Tickets for the event are $15 and on sale at Ticketmaster.
Prince George will be hosting the Canadian Broomball Championships in April 2005. But before that happens Prince George will get a chance to learn the sport. There will be an information and registration day today [Thursday] 4 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the UNBC Wintergarden.
Men, women, boys and girls are welcome to register. All games will be played at the Kin Centre beginning the first week in October.