–The Prince George Barracudas won their own Dental Moose swim meet at the Aquatic Centre finishing with 1207 points followed by Kamloops with 1053 points. Prince Rupert placed 3rd out of 12 with 628 points.
The 72 Barracudas established 350 personal best times and four club records.

Club Records broken
11-12 Boys
Jackson Girard
100 breast 1:24.82

15-17 Boys
Josiah Binnema
50 back 28.08
100 back 1:00.77
50 fly 26.27

–Many of the Barracudas have qualified for the BC AA Championship June 20-22 and the BC AAA Championship July 3-6 in Victoria.

–Jansen Harkins of the Prince George Cougars helped Canada’s U-18 team to a 7-2 exhibition victory over Denmark. Canada plays Sweden Thursday in its tournament opener in Finland.

–The WHL Western Conference Final will begin Friday with the Portland Winterhawks at the Kelowna Rockets.

–The Prince George Spruce Kings had over 100 players participate in their annual Spring Prospects camp (for players aged 15 to 19) at the PG Coliseum. In the past three seasons, the Prospects Camp has seen 15 players signed directly to the Spruce Kings roster.

–Prince George high jumper Alyx Treasure had a personal best leap of 1.85 metres at a meet in Tuscon, Arizona.
The 21-year-old Treasure earned gold for her effort while competing for Kansas State.

–The North Capital Judo Club earned three medals at the B-C Open in Vernon. Braden Reed captured gold, Nicolas Richards silver and Braeden Davis bronze in their age and weight categories.