Terrace River Kings win the first of their three-game series with Quesnel. (Melanie Law photo, Quesnel Observer)

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River Kings win Game One of playoffs, and Shames gearing up for Hit and Run

Downhill skiing

The Shames Mountain Hit and Run is this Saturday, Feb. 3, from noon to 3:30 p.m. For youth ages 8-16, the event will have skiers ride the Kermode run, judged for control and skill on the slopes.


Terrace River Kings won 4-2 over Quesnel in the first game of playoffs last Saturday. Goal scorers were Austin Turner, Ryan Roseboom, Steve Cullis, and Kenny Nordstrom. The last two games of the series will be in Terrace Saturday, Feb. 3 at 7 p.m., and Sunday, Feb. 4 at 1 p.m. Williams Lake also beat Prince Rupert 8-4 last weekend.


A rep hockey team for Peewee girls has now been established for the northwest. Called the Northwest Eagles, the team played in Prince George Jan. 13-14 against Abbotsford, Mackenzie, Prince George, Grand Prairie, and Northeast. The regional eagles didn’t win any games, but coach Richard Kriegl said he felt they played competitively considering it was their first time on the ice together. The team has players from Terrace, Kitimat, Prince Rupert, Smithers, Hazelton, Fraser Lake and Vanderhoof.


Nearly a dozen teams from the Nass Valley (including from New Aiyansh, Gitwinksihlkw, Greenville and Kincolith) are gearing up for the All Native Basketball tournament in Prince Rupert Feb. 12-18. Stay tuned for a story.

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