Expect the other six teams in the Western Lacrosse Association to be gunning for the Langley Thunder this season.
Joel McCready was one happy lacrosse player Saturday.
Usually twice a month, the Langley resident, an operations consultant for a number of McDonald's restaurants in Langley, visits Ronald McDonald House to spend time with RMH's young patients and their families.
Local fans will see very familiar names adorning the upper backs of a few player jerseys, when the Washington Stealth and Rochester Knighthawks square off for the National Lacrosse League title Saturday at the Langley Events Centre.
North American pro lacrosse supremacy comes down to one game and one venue.
The weightlifting team from Brookswood Secondary has taken the term "girl power" to heart.
A section of the Albion Fairgrounds will be transformed into a temporary BMX track for this weekend's Ridge Meadows Home Show.
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The burly man adorned in a red ball cap and St. Louis Cardinals baseball jersey was able to mask the nerves coursing through him as he made his way through a room inside the Caring Place Thursday.
Take away the two gold medals, one silver, and one bronze he won in speedskating at the 2012 Special Olympics Canada Winter Games.
High school students from across the district "battled" inside Samuel Robertson Technical (SRT) Secondary's library last Thursday, April 18.
Smooth as fresh milk, with the nimbleness and fluidity of a dancer, Brent Langridge practised his punching, blocking, and kicking techniques while warming up for a recent early-morning class at the Sun Hang Do martial arts studio in Maple Ridge.
The Richmond Sockeyes rule junior B hockey in Western Canada, thanks in large part to the scoring exploits of a pair of linemates from Langley.
The first of what organizers hope will be many springtime show and shine events at the Otter Co-op is taking place over two days this weekend.
Organizers of the 2013 Special Olympics BC Summer Games are hoping 1,000 people or more will respond to this request, as the four-day event in Langley draws nearer.
A nine-year-old dancing dynamo, two local rock bands, and an opera singer are among the acts that made the cut from Langley Has Talent semifinals, held Saturday at Christian Life Assembly (CLA).
The memory of longtime baseball coach Will Smith shone brightly over the weekend.
Special Olympics have been good to Matthew Williams - and he's been good to Special Olympics.
f you're among the Class of 2013 at Meadowridge School, you're in very brainy company.