Gary Ahuja

Rebels beat road-weary Giants

Rebels beat road-weary Giants

Vancouver was playing fourth game in five days

Rebels beat road-weary Giants
Trappers on brink of elimination

Trappers on brink of elimination

Langley junior B hockey club has no margin for error after dropping first three games to Abbotsford

Trappers on brink of elimination
Gators top ’Cats in all-Langley Fraser Valley final

Gators top ’Cats in all-Langley Fraser Valley final

Walnut Grove junior girls continue strong play over past month by winning Fraser Valley banner

Gators top ’Cats in all-Langley Fraser Valley final
History for Spartans

History for Spartans

First-time in program history Trinity Western women’s basketball team has advanced to Canada West semifinals

History for Spartans
Fifty Langley athletes set to go for gold at BC Winter Games

Fifty Langley athletes set to go for gold at BC Winter Games

Provincial competition runs Feb. 22 to 25 in Kamloops

Fifty Langley athletes set to go for gold at BC Winter Games
UPDATED: Langley’s Danton Heinen set for first pro game back home

UPDATED: Langley’s Danton Heinen set for first pro game back home

Langley’s Danton Heinen had quite the cheering section as he played as a pro for the first time in Vancouver

UPDATED: Langley’s Danton Heinen set for first pro game back home
TWU’s Devaney on verge of block record

TWU’s Devaney on verge of block record

TWU Spartans’ fifth-year women’s volleyball player has 132 blocks on season

TWU’s Devaney on verge of block record
Saint joining Golden Bears

Saint joining Golden Bears

Langley’s Landon McArthur signs letter of intent to join Alberta football program

Saint joining Golden Bears
Spartans strike first

Spartans strike first

Trinity Western women’s basketball team rallies for game one victory at Langley Events Centre

Spartans strike first
Top-two tilt a draw

Top-two tilt a draw

Langley’s TWU Spartans maintain No. 1 national ranking after playing No. 2 UBC to split

Top-two tilt a draw
Spartans rout Eagles

Spartans rout Eagles

Trinity Western hockey team has two points lead for top spot with four games to play

Spartans rout Eagles
Langley Christian star volleyball player up for honour

Langley Christian star volleyball player up for honour

Langley’s Brodie Hofer, Aldergrove’s Sarah Potomak and Langley Curling Club team all up for Sport BC awards

Langley Christian star volleyball player up for honour
Tendeck, Ronning lead Giants rally

Tendeck, Ronning lead Giants rally

Third time in four tries Vancouver has defeated Portland this season

Tendeck, Ronning lead Giants rally
Thunder stymied by Surrey, twice

Thunder stymied by Surrey, twice

Surrey tops Langley in U12 tier 2 girls field lacrosse provincial championship at Willoughby Community Park

Thunder stymied by Surrey, twice
Silver lining for Thunder U15

Silver lining for Thunder U15

Langley girls field lacrosse team comes up just short in provincial final

Silver lining for Thunder U15
Thunder crowned provincial champs

Thunder crowned provincial champs

Langley U13 field lacrosse team wins tier 1 boys B.C. title

Thunder crowned provincial champs
Langley Trappers’ Braden Warburton against the Grandview Steelers, Sept. 6 at the George Preston Recreation Centre. Gary Ahuja Langley Times

Trappers aim to ground Pilots

Langley matches up against Abbotsford in PJHL opening round

Langley Trappers’ Braden Warburton against the Grandview Steelers, Sept. 6 at the George Preston Recreation Centre. Gary Ahuja Langley Times
Spartans set to battle Pandas

Spartans set to battle Pandas

Trinity Western hosts Alberta in Canada West playoff series at Langley Events Centre

Spartans set to battle Pandas
Special teams power Rivermen to crucial victory

Special teams power Rivermen to crucial victory

Langley junior A hockey club in dogfight for second place in BCHL’s Mainland Division

Special teams power Rivermen to crucial victory
Stealth goaltender Brodie MacDonald turns away a Saskatchewan shot during the Rush’s 16-9 win over the Stealth on Feb. 10 at the Langley Events Centre. Gary Ahuja Langley Times

Rush too much for Stealth

First quarter struggles a continuing concerning trend for Stealth after 16-9 loss at Langley Events Centre

Stealth goaltender Brodie MacDonald turns away a Saskatchewan shot during the Rush’s 16-9 win over the Stealth on Feb. 10 at the Langley Events Centre. Gary Ahuja Langley Times