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B.C. Football conference: the rest of the field


Chevrolet becomes Man United's new sponsor

Manchester United will receive $559 million under its seven-year shirt sponsorship agreement with General Motors Co.'s Chevrolet division. Chevrolet takes over from the insurer Aon starting with the 2014-15 season.

Seahawks expect improved offensive line

A lot changed for centre Max Unger in the past month. First, he got married. Then he signed a new contract with Seattle that runs through 2016 and makes him one of the highest-paid centres in the league.

Earnhardt Jr. peaking at right time

Dale Earnhardt Jr. is back on top in NASCAR in something other than a most popular driver poll.

Bears on the prowl for a B.C. Junior B lacrosse championship

For nine years, Ken Alexander has been at the helm of the Westshore Bears, a Junior B club from the Pacific Northwest Lacrosse League. During his tenure, the team has always been competitive, winning the provincial title in 2005.

QB Tannehill 'wants to be the guy' for Dolphins

Whether it was a shoulder tap or someone shouting his name, the call came midway through Thursday's practice. It was Ryan Tannehill's turn to take first-team snaps for the first time at Miami Dolphins training camp.

Knee injury will keep Nadal out of Rogers Cup

World No. 3 Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from next week's Rogers Cup in Toronto due to a nagging knee injury, tournament organizers said Thursday.

Mavericks eye another B.C. title

Victoria all-star team heads to Prince George for provincials

Islanders see another day of mixed emotions at Olympics

It was another day of wrenching mixed emotions Friday for Island athletes at the 2012 Summer Olympics.

Joy and sadness on the water

Rowing Canada, headquartered in Victoria, endured a whiplash Thursday at the 2012 London Summer Olympics. Men's eight rowing silver-medallist Malcolm Howard of Victoria was chosen to greet Prince Harry at Canada House.