The Northland/Nissan Assault eliminated the BX Pub Bandits in Prince George Senior Lacrosse following a 9-7 victory in the 5th and deciding game of their first round series. John Makowsky led Northland/Nissan with six goals and two assists. The defending playoff champion Assault advance to the best of 7 playoff final against the unbeaten Westwood Pub Devils starting Monday at 8pm at Kin 1.

–The third annual Prince George Cougars Alumni Hospital Charity Golf Tournament is featured this weekend at the PG Golf and Curling Club. It begins Friday with a free autograph session and meet and greet with the PG Cougars alumni from 4 to 5pm on the deck of the Golf and Curling Club and autograph passports will be available by donation for them to get signed. Confirmed alumni include: Dan Hamhuis, Eric Brewer, Brett Connolly and Nick Drazenovic. Proceeds from the Tournament will go to the Spirit of the North Healthcare Foundation towards the purchase of a diagnostic SPECT CT camera. The previous two tournaments have helped raise a total of $68,286.73 towards health care in the North. The Cougars Alumni will participate in 18 holes of golf on Saturday.

–The Moose Jaw Warriors have hired Tim Hunter as head coach. Hunter played 815 games in the NHL and spent 14 seasons as an NHL assistant coach.

–Prince George Inner City boxer Jag Seehra lost his only bout (to a fighter from Quebec)in the 60 kg weight class at the National Golden Gloves in Cornwall, Ontario. The tournament was a qualifier for the Nationals in Toronto
(October 28th to November 1st).

–Nanaimo is hosting the 2014 BC Summer Games. Over 2500 athletes between the ages of 11 and 18 participate in 19 different sports with competition to conclude on Sunday.

–The PG Triathlon and Duathlon will be held Sunday at West Lake Provincial Park.