Burnaby Minor made it to the quarter-finals of its own AAA bantam hockey tournament for the first time in more than a decade.
St. Thomas More Knights won one of the most exciting Chancellor basketball tournament finals, edging Lord Tweedsmuir 76-75 in overtime.
Simon Fraser University won the inaugural University Hockey Showcase in a shootout over crosstown University of B.C.
The Burnaby Winter Club Bruins won the AAA major atom hockey division at the Capital Cup tournament in Ontario.
Kyle Turris scored his first NHL goal as an Ottawa Senator in a 4-1 win over Tampa Bay on Jan. 5.
STM lost its B.C. AA No. 1 randing following a runner-up finish to Archbishop Carney at the B.C. Catholic boys' basketball tournament.
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins injured his shoulder in a freak accident against the Chicago Blackhawks on Jan. 2.
ZhaoKai Pang and partner Madelaine Edwards finished second in the junior ice dance at the Canadian figure skating championships in Moncton. N.B.
The Burnaby South Rebels rode Nick Irvine's 29-point and 13-rebound double-double to victory at the Vancouver College Emerald basketball tournament, upsetting provincial No. 1 AA Mission in the high school final.
The Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Association overwhelmingly supported a Hockey Canada rule to ban body checking in recreational hockey.
STM won the junior girls' Chancellor basketball tournament with a 45-43 win over West Vancouver.
The Burnaby Winter Club A1 bantam hockey team placed third at the John Reid Memorial tournament in St. Albert, Alta.
Tumai Baptiste medalled in two separate age divisions at the Canadian Taekwondo junior and senior team trials.
Nicole Orford and Thomas Williams were named to the Canadian ice dance team for the junior world championships.
University of Denver defenceman Joey LaLeggia was named the Western Collegiate Hockey Association defensive player of the week on Jan. 17.
National team captain Christine Sinclair scored two goals against Mexico at the CONCACAF zone qualifier in Vancouver to give Canada's women's soccer team a berth at the London Olympic Games.
The Burnaby Lakers selected Jackson Decker and Casey Jackson with its second and third overall picks, respectively, at the Western Lacrosse Association draft.
Pierce lost the B.C. men's curling final 7-5 to defending champion Jim Cotter of Kelowna.
The Byrne Creek Bulldogs defeated New Westminster 80-64 to win the BurWest high school boys' basketball banner.
Baun Adlington was named the new head coach of the junior B Burnaby
Lakers lacrosse team.
STM won both the boys' and girls' aggregate at the Lower Fraser Valley high school wrestling championships.
The Northwest Giants won their fifth regular season B.C. major midget hockey title.
Burnaby sent 71 athletes to the B.C. Winter Games.
The SFU men's distance medley relay team set a new meet record at the Great Northwest conference indoor track and field championships.
SFU women's softball head coach Mike Renney won his 500th career victory against Western Washington on Feb. 25.
Senior Jeff Taylor had 14 kills to help Douglas College win the PacWest men's volleyball title with a 3-1 win over Vancouver Island University.
Burnaby Central placed second in the boys' aggregate at the B.C. high school wrestling championships in Penticton. STM was second overall in the combined aggregate.
Alisha Roberts led York House to its first Crehan Cup high school girls' basketball title following an 8165 win over Handsworth.
Biathlete Louisa Tsang won three medals, including a gold, at the B.C. Winter Games.
Justin Brown became SFU's first men's basketball player to be named to an NCAA Division II all-conference team.
SFU's Nayo Raincock-Ekunwe and Kristina Collins were both named Great Northwest conference all-stars in women's basketball.
Burnaby South junior and juvenile boys' both won their respective Vancouver and District basketball titles.
SFU scored its first NCAA playoff win in women's basketball with a 69-61 win over Seattle Pacific.
Ruilin Huang won a fourth consecutive Canadian Colleges' women's singles title in badminton.
The Northwest Giants won a fifth consecutive B.C. major midget hockey regular season title. The Giants went on to win a fourth straight playoff banner and third in a row against Cariboo in the final.
Helen Crofts was named the Sport B.C. university athlete of the year.
Shirley Fu became the first table tennis player to be win the Sport B.C. junior athlete of the year award.
shattered the provincial meet record in the girls' 16-to18 400-metre freestyle at the short-course championships in Surrey.
STM placed second at the B.C. high school AA boys' basketball championships.
The Burnaby South Rebels won the school's first-ever juvenile boys' basketball title.
Moscrop boys won a second straight level 2 high school gymnastics aggregate title.
Burnaby martial artists won nine gold medals at the Karate Canada nationals in Richmond.
SFU hockey lost 4-3 in overtime to the University of Victoria in the B.C. Intercollegiate championship final.
The Burnaby Mountain Wrestling Club won three of four team aggregate titles at the national championships.
South Burnaby Metro Club won the under-13 Division 1 and 2 titles at the Metropolis Basketball Classic.
Eight members of Wings Gymnastics qualified for the provincial gymnastic championships.
Pete McFetridge was named transtion player of the week in the NLL.
Jeff Taylor and Ruilin Huang were named Douglas College male and female of the year, respectively.
James McGowan shared in a silver medal at the 84-team Tiger Bowls International in Hong Kong.