The Judo community in Prince George is a thriving one. In the last month, we've had black belts, team Canada selections, and now the teams are getting set to take off to a tournament that's making its big return.
Prince George's other team, the Spruce Kings, will return to the ice a little before the Cougars do. The team announced their home opener today, which will be played against a team they got to know pretty well in the playoffs.
couple of Cougars are off hitting the ice elsewhere with some exciting opportunities over the summer. Today, down in Florida, the Tampa Bay Lightning Development Camp gets underway, where Jackson Leppard will be among draft picks and free agents competing in on and off ice workouts.
An exciting moment for a past member of the Prince Geirge community over the weekend. Justin Almeida, who spent a season with the Cariboo Cougars and then parts of 3 seasons with the Prince George Cougars. ALmeida had his number called over the weekend in the NHL Draft.
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Over the weekend, Len Apedaile of the International Paralympic Committee made the trip to the Otway Nordic Ski Centre to conduct the first site visit for the 2019 World Para Nordic Skiing Championships.
Prince George's Tami Goto and Sydney Edgson have been consistently making headlines this judo season. They both were selected to represent BC and Canada in London in March. A few weeks ago, Goto passed the appropriate testing to receive her black belt.
Reign basketball is the newest club team in town. Highschool girls have been kept busy this offseason with practices and tournaments to keep honing their skills to be ready for another competitive season coming this fall.