NPSS sports teams return home after busy weekend

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The North Peace Secondary School’s sports teams returned home after a busy weekend.The Senior Girls completed their season at the B.C. Provincials at the Langley Event Centre. They upset Kelowna on the first day, before losing in three sets to Moscrop in their final game of the season.The Senior Boys and Girls Basketball teams were in Grande Prairie for the Stonebridge Senior High tournament. The Girls placed second on the consolation side, while the Boys finished third overall.- Advertisement -The two Basketball teams are headed to Edmonton this Thursday for the Rise Up Basketball tournament at the Sturgeon Composite High School.last_img

CHARGES DISMISSED AGAINST ASSAULT SUSPECT

first_imgCHARGES HAVE BEEN DISMISSED AGAINST A SIOUX CITY MAN WHO WAS ARRESTED EARLIER THIS MONTH FOR HIS ALLEGED INVOLVEMENT IN A JUNE ASSAULT THAT SEVERELY INJURED A NEBRASKA MAN.20 YEAR OLD BENJAMIN GALLAUGHER HAD BEEN CHARGED WITH FELONY WILLFUL INJURY.ASSISTANT COUNTY ATTORNEY JAMES LOOMIS FILED A MOTION LAST FRIDAY TO DISMISS THE CHARGE.JUDGE TODD HENSLEY RULED TO ACCEPT THE DISMISSAL.COURT DOCUMENTS STATE GALLAUGHER WAS ONE OF EIGHT PEOPLE SUSPECTED OF ASSAULTING BRADLEY COAN THE NIGHT OF JUNE 22ND OUTSIDE OF COAN’S SISTER’S RIVERSIDE RESIDENCE.POLICE SAY COAN WAS PUNCHED, KICKED AND STRUCK WITH METAL PIPES WHICH CAUSED HIM TO SUFFER A BRAIN INJURY.COAN’S INJURY WAS SO SEVERE HE WAS PLACED INTO A MEDICALLY INDUCED COMA.NO OTHER ARRESTS HAVE BEEN MADE IN THE CASE WHICH REMAINS UNDER INVESTIGATION.last_img read more