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Lawrie, Jays keep Yankees grounded

Lawrie, Jays keep Yankees grounded

TORONTO Brett Lawrie of Langley hit a two-run home run and right-hander Brandon Morrow pitched seven shutout innings on Thursday as the Toronto Blue Jays defeated the New York Yankees 6-0.

Mount Doug limps into season opener

The 2011 provincial varsity football champions are set to defend their title this afternoon as the Mount Douglas Rams play host to St. Thomas More.

Vikes look to get back on track against top-ranked Bears

Bruce Wilson from the University of Victoria Vikes and Alberta Golden Bear's boss Len Vickery are the deans of coaching in Canada West men's soccer.

Westshore Rebels face a challenging opponent in red-hot Langley Rams

He’s 58 yards away from the magical 1,000 for the season, but Greg Morris has bigger fish to fry come this afternoon. Today is all about team and trying to remain in a top-two placing to make home-field advantage in the B.C.

UVic men golden in cross-country opener

The University of Victoria Vikes crosscountry teams came flying out of the gate last weekend. The Vikes men won their divisions and the women finished second overall at the first event of the season, the St. Martin's Invitational in Washington.

Ravens must avoid letdown against Browns

Championship teams avoid letdowns after big wins. The Baltimore Ravens know that, and they're coming off one of their most significant regular-season victories, that entertaining and dramatic squeaker against New England.
Orioles blast Jays with seven homers

Orioles blast Jays with seven homers

After losing two straight games to Toronto, the Baltimore Orioles broke out the big bats. The Orioles tied a team record by with seven home runs to rout the Blue Jays 12-2 and stay within 1 1 /2 games of the AL East lead.
Olympians pay it forward

Olympians pay it forward

Island athletes welcomed home

Victoria trio does Canadian field hockey proud

Three Victoria field hockey players — James Kirkpatrick, Kathleen Leahy and Maddie Secco — played integral roles as Canada’s junior men’s and women’s teams earned berths to the 2013 junior world championships.
Lefty making noise on the hill

Lefty making noise on the hill

Kurt Horne earns invite to national junior team camp