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Will’s Sports Shorts; Saturday, October 1

Sports by Will as of 8:30 Saturday

WHL – Prince George Cougars: 6  vs  Kelowna Rockets: 3

An explosive four-goal second period sealed the deal in the CN Centre last night.

Kelowna opened the scoring midway through the first and closed with two in the third.

The Cougars improve to 2-1 this season, while Kelowna is still winless at 0-1-1. The teams rematch tonight in the CN Centre at 6:00.

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BCHL – Prince George Spruce Kings: 4  vs  Vernon Vipers: 2

The Spruce Kings left fans smiling last night in their home opener, doubling Vernon 4-2.

John Herrington scored the Spruce Kings’ third goal, giving him a goal in all three games.

With the win, the Kings remain undefeated at 3-0, and the Vipers fall to 0-3.

More on the game right here.

 

Canada West USports Men’s Soccer – UNBC: 2  vs  UBC: 1

The mailman delivered, and the team held on to pull off an upset win over Canada’s 7th-ranked team.

Michael Henman opened the scoring with his league-leading 16th goal of the season.

With the win, UNBC moves into third place in the standings with a 6-4-1 record, and UBC falls to 5-3. The two teams rematch tonight at 7:30.

Canada West USports Women’s Soccer – UNBC: 2  vs  UFV: 0

Completing the sweep of Prince George’s sports, the female Timberwolves shut UFV out on the road.

The women will play Trinity Western at 5:00 tonight.

More on the Timberwolves victories right here.

 

BC Football Conference – Prince George Kodiaks vs Langley Rams

The Kodiaks (1-7) are on the road today against the Langley Rams (4-5), looking to snap a 5-game losing streak.

That game will be at 4:00 this afternoon.

 

CFL – BC Lions: 34  vs  Ottawa Redblacks: 19

A strong start gave the Lions a win over the Redblacks last night, leading 24-6 at halftime.

Vernon Adams Jr passed 305 yards, a much-needed strong performance from a Lions QB, still feeling the hit of losing Nathan Rourke earlier this season.

The Argonauts, riding a 4-game winning streak, will play the Stampeders this afternoon at 4:00.

Winnipeg Blue Bombers blasted Saskatchewan 31-13.

 

MLB–Toronto Blue Jays  9  Boston Red Sox   0

The Seattle Mariners clinched a playoff spot for the first time in 21 years following a 2-1 win over the Oakland A’s.

 

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