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Canada narrowly defeated Argentina in the gold medal contest, 22-19, after a last-second try from Harry Jones pushed the men’s team ahead.
Abbotsford’s Alexa Tielmann and the Canadian women’s team fell to the Australians in the gold medal match on Monday July 13.
Abbotsford Senior Secondary's star receiver announced Friday he will suit up for the iconic Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
On Saturday, July 11, the women's team will face a 4-1 Italian side.
The men’s rugby sevens event runs July 11-12 and will feature Canada, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Guyana, Mexico, Uruguay, and the U.S.
Taylor Lundrigan and Callum Pilgrim were selected to play on the 2015 Canadian junior women’s national team (WNT) for softball.
The 365 Days to Go event is just around the corner as the Abbotsford 2016 BC Summer Games is slated to kick off next July.
Abbotsford’s Alexa Tielmann and the women’s water polo team secured a comfortable 16-8 victory against Serbia in their opening match.
The Abbotsford Cardinals played five games in five days, including two double-headers against the Royals and the Tritons.
The Abbotsford Angels will play as Team BC at a tournament in Milwaukee, Wisc., later this month.
The U10 Fraser Valley Venom competed in the provincials at Squint Lake Park in Burnaby, winning gold in the B Division.
The hopes of many local residents and thousands of other Canadians were crushed on Saturday, as Team Canada fell 2-1 in the quarterfinals.
Abbotsford’s Sophie Schmidt and Team Canada fell 2-1 to England in the last quarterfinal match of the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup.
The Abbotsford Cardinals are still in the hunt for a playoff spot after splitting double-header last weekend.
Abbotsford's Noah Juulsen went 26th overall in the first round of the 2015 NHL Entry Draft.
Women’s World Cup quarterfinal action continues Saturday, June 27. Kick-off 4:30 p.m. at B.C. Place.
Columbia Bible College’s (CBC) new men’s basketball head coach Matthew Boulton has just four players, maybe five, returning.
The 6’1”, 180-pound Everett Silvertips defenceman enters this week’s NHL Entry Draft with the potential to go in the first round.
Local hockey product Kyle Cumiskey told the News he will be bringing the cup to Abbotsford some time this summer.
Abbotsford Rugby product Aaron Flagg will be playing professional rugby in England next year.