Michelle Toor scored a goal to help the Fraser Valley Phantom with the Pacific region AAA midget girls hockey final.
SFU's Cara Lukawesky threw her career-first no-hit softball game in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference.
Louisa Tsang was the aggregate female winner at the Royal Canadian cadet biathlon.
SFU placed fifth at the National Collegiate Wrestling Association national championships.
The STM Knights completed a near-perfect Grade 8 girls' basketball season, capturing the school's first-ever B.C. high school championship.
Milan Gajic joined his three younger brothers Nenad, Ilija and Alex on the New Westminster Salmonbellies senior A lacrosse team.
Brothers Parm and Amar Dhesi and Saheel Khan all won their respective freestyle and Greco-Roman weight divisions at the Canadian national juvenile wrestling championships.
Brian Stewart was named goaltender of the month in the East Coast Hockey League.
Hailey Massingham and Emma Crooks placed second and third, respectively, in Level 2 gymnastics at the B.C. championships.
Alessandro Hojabrpour was named to the Whitecaps FC under-13 boys' residency soccer program.
Briannah Tsang won the vault and placed third in the all-around at the B.C. artistic gymnastics championships.
A combined Burnaby high school water
polo team won the provincial co-ed tournament in Surrey.
Sherry Liu placed a personal-best sixth in the women's 800-metre freestyle at the Canadian Olympic swim trials in Montreal.
Alisha Roberts and Denzel Laguerta were both named to the annual B.C. high school basketball all-star game.
SFU softball's Cara Lukawesky was named the Great Northwest conference pitcher of the month.
Riley Loewen was named to the Conference Carolinas first all-star field lacrosse team.
BWC's Mathew Barzal led all scorers at the under16 B.C. Cup hockey competition in Kelowna.
St. Michael's Elementary School placed second in the Catholic Independent school senior girls' soccer final.
Michael Belle was named to the Great Northwest conference second golf team.
The Burnaby Eagles and the Delta Bayhawks teamed up to beat Calgary to win the B.C. Cup in Australian rules football.
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins was the youngest player on Canada's national hockey team at the world championships. He scored his first goal in a 7-2 win over France.
Joey LaLeggia was named the NCAA Division I rookie of the year.
Alisha Roberts was named runner-up for high school player of the year at the Basketball B.C. awards.
Lauren Mew was named to the Great Northwest conference all-academic women's softball team.
Burnaby Lake Rugby Club's Division 2 women's team pulled off an upset, winning the club's first-ever Ged Griffiths Cup in the provincial final.
Michael Valiante signed on to race in three separate sports car race series.
Burnaby master Song Chul Kim of S.C. Kim's Taekwondo was one of only 30 officials selected world-wide to judge the sport at the London Olympic Games.
T h e Columbus premier women's team advanced to the championship final of the B.C. Soccer Provincial A Cup.
Burnaby Winter Club's Mathew Barzal was selected first overall by Seattle in the Western Hockey League bantam draft. Adam Musil and Burnaby's Ty Ronning were also snapped up in the first round. Burnaby's Marcus Vela was a seventh-round pick of Spokane.
SFU claimed its fifth straight regular season division title in club field lacrosse.
Molly Gritchen notched her 50th goal of the NCAA Division I women's water polo season for California Baptist University.
Atzin San Roman won the provincial novice vault final at the Western Canadian artistic gymnastics championships.
Nam Nguyen won the Skate Canada competitive sectional skate athlete award for an unprecedented sixth time.
Victor Montagliani was named the new president of the Canadian Soccer Association.
Burnaby Lake lost in the premier women's rugby final to Velox.
Alessandro Hojabrpour and Filip Rakic were named Team West for the Danone
Cup national championship.
The STM Knights qualified for their ninth consecutive B.C. high school AA girls' soccer championships. The Burnaby independent wound up in fourth place.
Alex Calbick got his 100th career hit in NCAA Division I baseball for the University of Maine.
A Burnaby/New Westminster girls' basketball team won a silver medal at the under-15 Basketball B.C. provincial zone championships.
The Alpha Aztecs reached the provincial AA high school rugby championships for the first time.
Briannah Tsang made the individual event finals in two disciplines at the Canadian artistic gymnastic championships.
Olivia Bortolazzo won a pair of bronze medals in trampoline at the Canadian national championships.
Matt Rachar helped his pro basketball club, Xion Dukes Klosterneuburg, to a national championship title in Austria.
STM won the eight-team high school invia-tional golf tournament. Alan Tolusso posted the individual low gross score.
Joseph Carvalho was named to the B.C. major midget hockey league's all-star team.
Burnaby Joe Sakic was named to the Hockey Hall of Fame.
The under-11 Burnaby Girls Sparks was named a BMO Team of the Week.
STM Knights track and field team placed sixth overall at the B.C. high school championships at Swangard Stadium.
Burnaby South's Ahmad Nizamani placed third in the boys' long jump at the B.C. high school track and field championships.
Michael Valiante scored a first-ever double in sports car racing, winning two Grand American series races on the same day.
Curtis Moss threw the javelin a personal-best 80.43 metres to win the Harry Jerome International Track Classic men's event.
Tavin Grant and Lucas Greene were named B.C.'s bantam boys' lacrosse team for the Commissioners national championships.
STM's Zion Corrales Nelson won the 100-and 200-metre sprints in the under-15 events at the B.C. high school track and field championships.
Nour Fathy was named an assistant coach with the SFU varsity men's soccer team.
Doug Ross was a recipient of an Award of Merit from B.C. Soccer.
More Year End in Jan. 2 Burnaby NOW issue