The Coquitlam Lions’ David Scheier, right, pressures a rival for the ball during the Lower Mainland Water Polo League Tournament, hosted at the City Centre Aquatic Complex.
While the Coquitlam senior Adanacs' fate may not completely rest on one injured knee, it sure does cloud their hopes.
Terry Fox Ravens defender Sukbir Gill, right, tries to stay ahead of her Heritage Woods rival Wednesday in senior girls soccer.
With just days remaining before a crucial vote, NDP hopefuls seeking the party nomination in Coquitlam-Burke Mountain are playing the name game.
When it comes to producing senior lacrosse players, the Coquitlam junior Adanacs have earned a reputation as a talent factory.
The list featured a bonanza of talent, whether your need was scoring, defensive acumen, or a specific stick side.
Western Lacrosse Association general managers and coaches are looking at Monday's Junior Draft like the second coming of Christmas.
That was the predominant result with the Western Lacrosse Association's 2012 award winners, with Coquitlam Adanacs netminder Nick Rose the recipient of a handful of hardware.
Momentum in the Western Lacrosse Association is never having to say you're certain.
They won't have the momentum, but they hope to have the hammer.
They come from different sides of the country, but they bring similar energy and expectations to this year's Coquitlam Adanac lineup.
One period does not a game make. But it sure can spoil an outing.
It wasn't so much a case of who was there, but rather who wasn't.
The Coquitlam Adanacs have reacquired the playing rights for netminder Nick Rose from Brooklin of the Ontario Major League, locking up a key piece for the 2012 lineup.
The Orangeville, Ont., native is returning to the Coquitlam Adanacs for a second straight season, after the senior A club reached a transfer agreement with the Kitchener-Waterloo Kodiaks of the Ontario Major League.
With two signings, the Coquitlam Adanacs have filled a huge gap.
And familiarity will make it all the more easier for Chilliwack's Ryan Johnson when the 2012 Western Lacrosse Association begins in May.
Despite plenty of speculation by some armchair experts, the Coquitlam Adanacs stayed true to tradition and grabbed the best player with the first overall pick Monday at the Western Lacrosse Association junior draft in Burnaby.
It looks like the New Westminster Salmonbellies will be a silent partner at the Western Lacrosse Association annual junior entry draft on Feb. 6.