Hartley's Sports ShortsSports HARTLEY’S SPORTS SHORTS: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14 SHARE ON: Hartley Miller, staff Tuesday, Nov. 14th, 2017 (As of 12:01AM) LONG WEEKEND WRAP-UP!!! PRINCE GEORGE COUGARS: The Prince George Cougars split their two weekend home games against the Everett Silvertips. The Cougars visit Kamloops Wednesday. Everett Silvertips 4 Prince George Cougars 0 (SAT) Prince George Cougars 4 Everett Silvertips 3 (FRI) SO WESTERN HOCKEY LEAGUE: BC DIVISION STANDINGS: Victoria, 21 games = 14-6-1 (29 points) Kelowna, 19 games = 10-6-2-1 (23 points) Vancouver, 20 games = 8-8-2-2 (20 points) Prince George, 19 games = 6-9-2-2 (16 points) Kamloops, 19 games = 7-12 (14 points) PRINCE GEORGE SPRUCE KINGS: The Prince George Spruce Kings had one win followed by two losses on their three game road trip in less than 48 hours. The Spruce Kings play their next eight on home ice starting Friday against Nanaimo. West Kelowna Warriors 4 PG Spruce Kings 3 (SUN) Wenatchee Wild 3 PG Spruce Kings 2 (SAT) PG Spruce Kings 3 Trail Smoke Eaters 1 (FRI) BCHL: MAINLAND DIVISION STANDINGS: Langley, 24 games = 11-4-9 (31 points) Chilliwack, 25 games = 12-9-2-2 (28 points) Surrey, 24 games = 12-9-2-1 (27 points) Prince George, 25 games = 11-9-2-3 (27 points) Coquitlam, 21 games = 3-16-1-1 (8 points) CARIBOO COUGARS: The Cariboo Cougars win streak ended at 11 games following a split of a doubleheader against the Fraser Valley Thunderbirds. The 12-3-1 Major Midget Cougars host the Vancouver Northwest Giants Saturday and Sunday. Fraser Valley Thunderbirds 7 Cariboo Cougars 2 (SUN) Cariboo Cougars 4 Fraser Valley Thunderbirds 3 (SAT) (OT) WORLD UNDER-17 CHALLENGE: Goaltender Taylor Gauthier is back with the Prince George Cougars after helping Team Canada White to a fourth place finish at the World Under-17 Challenge in Dawson Creek and Fort St. John. BRONZE MEDAL GAME Czech Republic 2 Team Canada White 1 GOLD MEDAL GAME United States 6 Team Canada Red 4 NHL: Calgary Flames 7 St. Louis Blues 4 Carolina Hurricanes 5 Dallas Stars 1 The Vancouver Canucks continue their California trip tonight against the 11-4-2 Kings in LA. The 8-7-2 Canucks have been outscored by a total of 9-1 in their last two games in Anaheim and San Jose. UNBC TIMBERWOLVES: Both UNBC basketball teams are 2-4 after the Lady Timberwolves swept a pair against the UBC Thunderbirds and the UNBC men lost twice to UBC. The Timberwolves host the Regina Cougars Friday and Saturday. (Canada West Women’s Basketball) UNBC Timberwolves 79 UBC Thunderbirds 61 (SAT) UNBC Timberwolves 75 UBC Thunderbirds 65 (FRI) (Canada West Men’s Basketball) UBC Thunderbirds 104 UNBC Timberwolves 72 (SAT) UBC Thunderbirds 100 UNBC Timberwolves 85 (FRI) HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: The high school football season ended for the PGSS Polars and the College Heights Cougars after they lost their first round game at the Provincials in Vernon. (BC AA varsity Provincials) Argyle (North Vancouver) 22 PGSS Polars 14 Hugh Boyd (Richmond) 49 College Heights Cougars 14 NFL: Carolina Panthers 45 Miami Dolphins 21 Panthers improve to 7-3 after the Monday nighter, while the Dolphins fall to 4-5. CFL: The CFL is down to its final four. On Sunday, Saskatchewan will visit Toronto followed by Edmonton at Calgary. West Division Semi-Final Edmonton Eskimos 39 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 32 East Division Semi-Final Sask. Roughriders 31 Ottawa RedBlacks 20 JUDO: Two members of the Prince George Judo Club reached the podium at the Ontario Open Judo Tournament in Toronto. Sydney Edgson captured gold (Under-16-57 Kilos) and a bronze (Under-18-57 Kilos) while Tami Goto (Under-18-48 Kilos) earned silver. 2018 WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS: Italy has failed to qualify for the World Cup of Soccer for the first time in nearly 60 years. Four-time champion Italy lost its playoff to Sweden 1-0 on aggregate after the two teams played to a 0-0 tie on Monday. NBA: The 7-5 Toronto Raptors tip off tonight in Houston against the 11-3 Rockets.