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White Rock Tritons pitcher Chase Marshall attempts to pick off a runner at first base during a game against California Miramar University in Tucson, Ariz. in 2020. (Zachary Lucy Photography)

Tritons pitcher adjusts on fly as he takes aim at college scholarship

Chase Marshall balancing BCPBL games with Canadian junior national team commitments

White Rock Tritons pitcher Chase Marshall attempts to pick off a runner at first base during a game against California Miramar University in Tucson, Ariz. in 2020. (Zachary Lucy Photography)
The Surrey Eagles have been sold to Surrey business owners Ron and TJ Brar, the BC Hockey League announced Wednesday. (Garrett James photo)

BCHL’s Surrey Eagles sold to new owners

Surrey businessmen Ron and TJ Brar purchase BCHL team from Chuck Westgard

The Surrey Eagles have been sold to Surrey business owners Ron and TJ Brar, the BC Hockey League announced Wednesday. (Garrett James photo)
The Bayside Sharks will compete in two provincials finals Saturday, while the Surrey Beavers’ men’s team will play in another. (Don Wright photo)

Three Surrey teams set to compete for B.C. rugby titles in South Surrey

Bayside Sharks, Surrey Beavers – and others – will play at South Surrey Athletic Park Saturday

The Bayside Sharks will compete in two provincials finals Saturday, while the Surrey Beavers’ men’s team will play in another. (Don Wright photo)
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White Rock Wave swimmer Betty Brussel, 97, won all of her events at B.C. Masters Swim Championships and was named the winner of the Ted Simpson Award. (Contributed photo)

White Rock Wave top team standings at provincial masters swim championships

Betty Brussel, 97, recognized with Ted Simpson Award at South Surrey-hosted meet

White Rock Wave swimmer Betty Brussel, 97, won all of her events at B.C. Masters Swim Championships and was named the winner of the Ted Simpson Award. (Contributed photo)
Both Bayside Sharks men’s teams won their first-round playoff games last weekend, and will host a pair of semifinal games this Saturday at South Surrey Athletic Park. (Don Wright photo)

Bayside rugby teams advance to B.C. semifinals

Sharks’ men’s teams will play in South Surrey Saturday; women’s team heads to Burnaby

Both Bayside Sharks men’s teams won their first-round playoff games last weekend, and will host a pair of semifinal games this Saturday at South Surrey Athletic Park. (Don Wright photo)
Surrey runners Luc Bruchet (left) and Justin Kent (right) finished first and third in the Vancouver Sun Run Sunday. (File photos)

Surrey runners finish 1st, 3rd at Vancouver Sun Run

Luc Bruchet and Justin Kent land on podium in popular event’s return

Surrey runners Luc Bruchet (left) and Justin Kent (right) finished first and third in the Vancouver Sun Run Sunday. (File photos)
Connie Bonise (right), gets her book signed by John Murray, during an event at Chartwell Imperial Place in Surrey last week. (Contributed photo)

South Surrey senior pens book about caring for his wife

John Murray attended book signing event at Chartwell Imperial Place

Connie Bonise (right), gets her book signed by John Murray, during an event at Chartwell Imperial Place in Surrey last week. (Contributed photo)
Longtime White Rock restaurateur Uli Blume passed away this week, and is remembered for his love for life and passion for food. (Facebook photo)

Longtime White Rock restaurateur Uli Blume remembered for passion for food, people

Founder of Marine Drive restaurant, Uli’s, passes away after illness

Longtime White Rock restaurateur Uli Blume passed away this week, and is remembered for his love for life and passion for food. (Facebook photo)
Surrey's Gordon Fisher won $500,000 with a lottery ticket purchased at Semiahmoo Shopping Centre in South Surrey. (BCLC photo)

Surrey man wins $500,000 in April Fool’s Day lottery draw

Gordon Fisher purchased winning Lotto Max Extra ticket at Semiahmoo Shopping Centre

Surrey's Gordon Fisher won $500,000 with a lottery ticket purchased at Semiahmoo Shopping Centre in South Surrey. (BCLC photo)
Former Semiahmoo Secondary basketball star Adam Paige (left) has signed to play this summer for the Fraser Valley Bandits of the CEBL. (Fraser Valley Bandits photo)

Former Semiahmoo Secondary hoops star to return to Fraser Valley Bandits

U Sports athlete Adam Paige signs to play second season with CEBL squad

Former Semiahmoo Secondary basketball star Adam Paige (left) has signed to play this summer for the Fraser Valley Bandits of the CEBL. (Fraser Valley Bandits photo)
Bridge lessons, and weekly games, are planned for Elgin Hall this spring. (Henryk Niestrój/ Pixabay photo)

Bridge lessons, weekly games planned for Elgin Hall this spring

Sessions returning to South Surrey as pandemic restrictions lift

Bridge lessons, and weekly games, are planned for Elgin Hall this spring. (Henryk Niestrój/ Pixabay photo)
South Surrey’s Mainland Whisky and Langley’s Camp Beer Co. are supporting relief efforts in Ukraine through the sale of a new beer whisky collaboration. (Contributed photo)

South Surrey distiller, Langley brewery join to support Ukraine aid

Mainland Whisky, Camp Beer Co. created limited release beer whisky

South Surrey’s Mainland Whisky and Langley’s Camp Beer Co. are supporting relief efforts in Ukraine through the sale of a new beer whisky collaboration. (Contributed photo)
Pacific Sea Wolves swimmers Sergey Chernomorchenko and Brynn Firth at trials in Victoria. (Contributed photo)

Pair of Pacific Sea Wolves dip toes into water at world trials

Sergey Chernomorchenko earns spot on Team BC for Canada Summer Games

Pacific Sea Wolves swimmers Sergey Chernomorchenko and Brynn Firth at trials in Victoria. (Contributed photo)
The Electronics Recycling Association will be at South Surrey’s Morgan Crossing on April 22. (ERA photo)

Electronics collection event planned for Morgan Crossing

Collected electronics will be refurbished and donated to those in need

The Electronics Recycling Association will be at South Surrey’s Morgan Crossing on April 22. (ERA photo)
White Rock’s Pier – shown here lit up to celebrate Pride Week last year – will be lit green on May 3 to recognize Lyme Disease Awareness Month. (City of White Rock photo)

White Rock Pier to be lit green for Lyme Disease next month

May 3, the pier – and other B.C. landmarks – will light up to mark Lyme Disease Awareness Month

White Rock’s Pier – shown here lit up to celebrate Pride Week last year – will be lit green on May 3 to recognize Lyme Disease Awareness Month. (City of White Rock photo)
In video shot from the RCMP’s Air One helicopter, Surrey RCMP pull over a driver that was clocked driving more than 150 km/h in the Campbell Heights area of South Surrey. (Surrey RCMP photo)

VIDEO: Surrey RCMP impound 3 vehicles for street racing

Increased enforcement, ‘zero tolerance approach’ to excessive speed: RCMP

In video shot from the RCMP’s Air One helicopter, Surrey RCMP pull over a driver that was clocked driving more than 150 km/h in the Campbell Heights area of South Surrey. (Surrey RCMP photo)
After a strong rookie season in the BCHL, Surrey Eagles forward Grayden Slipec, 16, will be counted on even more in his second season, said head coach Cam Keith. (Garrett James photo)

‘We’re really excited for the future’: Surrey Eagles coach reflects on BCHL season

Surrey season ended last week after four-game sweep at hands of Nanaimo Clippers

After a strong rookie season in the BCHL, Surrey Eagles forward Grayden Slipec, 16, will be counted on even more in his second season, said head coach Cam Keith. (Garrett James photo)
Shane Kuss, shown here at Centennial Arena in White Rock, has been named to the BCHL’s 60th Anniversary team. (Tom Zillich photo)

Two former Surrey Eagles named to BCHL’s 60th anniversary team

Shane Kuss and John McNabb both honoured by junior ‘A’ league

Shane Kuss, shown here at Centennial Arena in White Rock, has been named to the BCHL’s 60th Anniversary team. (Tom Zillich photo)
Though last year’s event was held at individual homes, this year, White Rock Baptist Church’s easter egg hunt will be held at the church itself. The event is planned for Saturday, April 16. (Contributed photo)

Easter egg hunt planned for White Rock Baptist Church

Free, family-friendly event to be held Saturday, from 10 a.m. until noon

Though last year’s event was held at individual homes, this year, White Rock Baptist Church’s easter egg hunt will be held at the church itself. The event is planned for Saturday, April 16. (Contributed photo)
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