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Free events were held throughout the weekend.
Tri-Port Minor Baseball ran a concession which raised over $1,600.
More than 40 boats are currently racing around Vancouver Island.
“It’s an exciting day to be an elementary school student.”
North Island Secondary School girls soccer team placed ninth in the province.
Dragon boaters learn new skills.
Local competitor Allison Briscoe ended up placing first in the axe throw.
After the run, there was a free dinner at Port Hardy Secondary School and prizes were awarded.
Outdoor activities right at the tip of your fingers, just waiting to be explored
More than 2,500 athletes will be going for gold at Langley’s McLeod Athletic Park
19 NISS players travelled down island to Victoria to compete at the Islands
Motocross racing action will be back at the 7 Mile Race Track on Thanksgiving weekend
Community climbing opportunities have begun Tuesday evenings at 7 p.m.
Eagle View Run Team had been training since January for Sun Run
The Tri-Port Thunder took second place out of 10 teams at an all-weekend tournament in Chemainus
15 softball teams battled it out in four different divisions all weekend long through rough weather
Tianna Walkus has been playing hockey since she was six-years-old and it is her favourite sport
Athletes played all weekend through rough weather
About 100 elementary school students from seven area schools participated
This season there were 94 female players within the whole Tri-Port Minor Hockey Association