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No stopping Sounders

The Howe Sound Secondary Sounders have plowed their way to victory through the last four regular season games. The latest victory was last Saturday (Nov. 6) against Moscrop Secondary School from Burnaby.

GSL teams ready for playoffs

Regular season play for the Gordon Sturtridge Football League is winding down, and Squamish teams are gearing up for playoffs.

Crowded race in Men's Hockey

The Predators are at the top of the food chain in the Howe Sound Men's Hockey League - but the hunters are also the hunted. The team is in first place, with four wins, two losses, and two ties (10 points) as of Nov. 9.

Takhar takes Dartmouth by storm

Amar Takhar, a former Howe Sound Secondary Sounder, is in his third year at Dartmouth College where he is tearing up the soccer field. "His team is doing really well this year," said his father Pepsi Takhar. "They are top of the Ivy League.

Remembering Gadge

He was a son, brother, father, husband, and friend. He was also a hockey player. Gadge Jhuty died of cancer on Oct. 26, and the Howe Sound Men's Hockey League won't forget him. The Red Wings and the Flyers played a game in memory of him on Oct. 27.

Soccer Sounders provincials-bound

The Howe Sound Secondary Sounders senior boys' soccer team has pushed its way through playoffs in hopes of qualifying for the provincial championships. The Sounders won their second playoff game 2-0 against Burnaby Wednesday (Nov.

Minor football Titans playoff-bound

Squamish's Minor Titans are a major league threat. The team is in second place in its division of the Gordon Sturtridge Football League. "We've got a really good team," said Eric Frappier, one of the coaches.

Bantam Eagles just keep winning

The Squamish Bantam Eagles may have the loudest fans in minor hockey - but they're earning the accolades. Amid clanging cowbells and noisy shouts, the team beat the Langley B1 team 4-0 Saturday (Oct. 23) at Brennan Park Arena.

From worst to first

The underachievers are now the team to beat in the Howe Sound Men's Soccer League. The Brew Pub men's soccer team has the highest points in the league this year. But for three years, it was at the bottom of the scoring.

Iron Mae ready for her closeup

It was a humid, hot, windy and grueling race through lava fields, crowded water and harsh terrain, but Mae Palm finished seventh in her category at the Ironman Triathlon World Championships in Kailua-Kona Hawaii on Oct. 16.
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