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  • Rebecca holds serve

    Marino top Canadian to watch in Toronto

    Scott Russell

    Rogers Cup is underway. All eyes will be on Vancouver’s Rebecca Marino

  • Lions make roster changes ahead of Saturday’s game

    Rick Dhaliwal

    The BC Lions are making changes ahead of Saturday’s home date with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. BC cut receiver Dobson Collins and running back Dennis Kennedy.

  • A Canuck wins the Vancouver Open tennis title

    Bob Addison

    Aleksandra Wozniak of Blainville, Quebec defeated American Jamie Hampton 6-3, 6-1 in the women’s final at the Vancouver Open tennis tournament at the Hollyburn Country Club.

  • It’s win number three for Whitecaps FC in MLS

    Bob Addison

    French striker Eric Hassli scored a pair of goals, as Whitecaps FC doubled the Chicago Fire in front of almost 19,000 at Empire Field. Gershon Koffie and Camilo had the other Vancouver goals.

  • Whitecaps set to face Fire at Empire Field

    Rich Brown

    The Vancouver Whitecaps and Chicago Fire are prepared to renew rivalries at Empire Field. The two teams have met once previously as they battled to a 0-0 draw in May. Game time is 4 p.m.

  • One of two Canadians advance to the Vancouver Open Finals

    Bob Addison

    Aleksandra Wozniak advanced to the final of the Vancouver Open tennis tournament, defeating American Irina Falconi in the semi-finals 6-4, 6-4. Vasek Pospisil of Vernon lost his semi-final match.

  • Brett Lawrie makes successful Major League debut

    Rich Brown

    Langley’s Brett Lawrie made a contribution in his MLB debut for the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday night. The 21-year-old went 2-for-4 with one RBI in a 5-4 win over the Baltimore Orioles.

  • Finally! The Lions earn win number one in 2011

    Bob Addison

    Tim Brown’s one yard rushing major and Travis Lulay’s 63 yard touchdown toss to Geroy Simon early in the 2nd quarter gave the Lions all the points they needed in a 24-11 win over Saskatchewan.

  • News1130 Sports weekend round-up

    Scott Russell

    The weekend includes a BC Lions home game with the Saskatchewan Roughriders tonight at 7:30 p.m. Whitecaps host Chicago Sunday at 4 p.m.

  • Brett Lawrie

    Langley native Brett Lawrie makes Blue Jay debut tonight

    Rick Dhaliwal/Toronto Star

    Brett Lawrie, 21, of Langley makes his Major League baseball debut with the Blue Jays tonight in Baltimore against the Orioles. Lawrie will play Third Base and wear #13.

  • Brett Lawrie

    Langley’s Lawrie flys up to the Blue Jays

    Bob Addison

    After a months of speculation and time off because of a broken left hand, Langley’s Brett Lawrie will make his big league debut at third base for the Toronto Blue Jays in Baltimore on Friday.

  • Canucks award tryouts to Owen Nolan and Todd Fedoruk

    Scott Russell

    Veteran forwards Owen Nolan and Todd Fedoruk have been given tryouts with the Canucks. Nolan is a former Minnesota Wild Player and Fedoruk’s last team was the Tampa Bay Lightning.

  • Lions won’t have Arland Bruce in the lineup tomorrow

    Rick Dhaliwal

    BC Lions fans will have to wait a week before they see newly acquired veteran slotback Arland Bruce in the lineup. Bruce won’t play when the Lions play the Rough Riders tomorrow night.

  • Danny Watkins

    First day of NFL Camp interesting for BC rookie

    Bob Addison

    Danny Watkins’ fire fighting skills came in handy at his first day of NFL training camp. The Kelowna offensive guard helped tend to teammate Mike Patterson, who suffered a seizure during practice.