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Greg Gardner Fastpitch team drops out of league

Plans of competing against the province's most talented fastpitch teams for another year have been put on hold for members of the Greg Gardner fastpitch squad.

Local squash players shine at Nationals

Five Squamish squash players recently competed in the Canadian National Squash Championships and three of them came home as national champions in their respective categories.

My round with Jovo

I just love stepping up to the first tee straight from the car at eight in the morning. No warm-up on the range, no putts on the practice green. Love it.

Soccer in the sun

More than 2,500 soccer players, fans and volunteers invaded Centennial Fields last weekend (April 24-25) to take part in the fun and competition of the 28th annual Soccer Fest - one of Squamish's largest sporting events.

THE OUTSIDE TRACK: It's a dog's life

I'm a dog lover, I admit it. I will go out of my way to pet a dog and have been sometimes known to carry doggie treats in my pocket, so this article is definitely biased. Deal with it.

Flyers soar to men's league cup

It was a reversal of fortunes for two teams in the playoffs this year as the Heli-Riggen Flyers knocked off the Lil' Enzo's Red Wings in five games to win the championship cup.

Playing up to par

All that time spent on the driving range bashing balls and fine-tuning every aspect of his game has paid off for local golfer Bryon Thom.

Flyers have stranglehold in men's hockey final

Barring a miracle, it looks like the Heli-Riggen Flyers of the Howe Sound Men's Hockey League will take the 2004 playoff championships.

Thunder crashes in final

The storm is over for the Squamish Thunder.

Thunder rolls into championship final

The Whistler-Squamish rivalry will be kicked into high gear on the soccer pitch on Saturday afternoon (April 17), as the N&B Construction/ Cardinal Concrete Squamish Thunder take on Whistler's Team Amsterdam in the championship final of the Howe Soun