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Darin’s Sports Shorts; Sunday, March 5th

Sports by Darin, as of 12:05 a.m., Sunday, March 5th:


Spokane Chiefs  5  Prince George Cougars  4 (OT)

Chase Bertholet sent the 2,368 fans at the CN Centre home stunned with an absolute laser to seal the Chiefs win in overtime.

Carlin Dezainde, Ondrej Becher, Ethan Samson, and Chase Wheatcroft scored for the Cougars in the loss.

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The full box score can be found here.

The Cougars (30-24-5-0) sit fourth in the WHL’s Western Conference.

There were mixed results for the Cougars when it comes to the out of town scoreboard.

The Tri-City Americans (28-24-5-2) took a 4-3 overtime win over the disastrous Portland Winterhawks, (36-17-3-3) who are on an eight-game losing skid.

The Seattle Thunderbirds (47-9-1-1) blanked the Everett Silvertips (30-25-2-1).

The Silvertips and Americans both trail the Cougars by two points in the WHL’s Western Conference, while the Cougars trail the third-place Winterhawks by 13 points.

The full WHL standings can be found here.

The Cougars will head out on a four-game road trip, starting in Kelowna on Wednesday. (7:05 p.m.)

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The full Cougars schedule can be found here.


Vernon Vipers  3  Prince George Spruce Kings  0

The Spruce Kings couldn’t find a way past Vipers netminder Ethan David, who stopped all 27 shots he faced.

The full box score can be found here.

The Spruce Kings (24-19-4-1) sit fifth in the BCHL’s Interior Division, trailing the  Salmon Arm Silverbacks (25-16-4-2) by three points.

The full BCHL standings can be found here.

The Spruce Kings will head out on a quick two-game road trip, starting in West Kelowna on Friday.

The full Spruce Kings schedule can be found here.

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Cariboo Cougars U17AAA:

Cariboo Cougars  5  Greater Vancouver Canadians  1

The best-of-three series is tied at one.

The two teams will play in a winner-take-all Game 3 at Kin 1 today at 11:00 a.m.


Just one Canadian team is in action today:

Montreal Canadiens @ Vegas Golden Knights (3:00 p.m.)

 MLB Spring Training:

Toronto Blue Jays  18  Detroit Tigers  5


Philadelphia Phillies @ Toronto Blue Jays (10:07 a.m.)


Toronto Raptors  116  Washington Wizards  109 (OT)

 PGA Tour: Arnold Palmer Invitational 

Kurt Kitayama starts the final day with a one stroke lead at -9.

Canadians still in the tournament are Corey Conners (-3, T12) and Adam Svensson (-2, T19)

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