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The Bruins lost against the Castelgar Rebels over the weekend, meaning they will face the Beaver Valley Nitehawks in the playoffs next week.
The Border Bruins dropped two games against the Castlegar Rebels, and will face the team again on Friday.
Border Bruins captain Chad Grambo broke his slump during the team's winning Saturday game.
In back-to-back games, in Creston on Friday and at home the next evening against Fernie, our junior hockey team played into double overtime.
It was a gut-wrenching contest against Beaver Valley which ended in a 1-1 double overtime tie.
The Grand Forks Border Bruins opened their training camp and have already completed their exhibition season. The hockey season is upon us!
Four teams will be making their initial appearance at the GFI including the 2015 Stan Musial World Series champions from Houston, Texas.
There is a fascinating connection between the 2015 World Cup and this year’s GFI.
Next week we crown the series with a story specifically on Duncan McMillan ‘Mickey’ MacKay.
The Grand Forks Border Bruins earned a tie in front of a packed house in the final game of their 2012/13 KIJHL season.
Chris Kissock, drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in 2007, will play for the Trail Orioles at the Grand Forks International tourney.
MLB, female and up-and-coming umpires featured at 2012 Grand Forks International baseball tournament
While umpires and are supposed to remain in the background, the 2012 Grand Forks Iinternational will have three notable officials.
An example of dedication, Team Canada’s Aaron Horanski at 2012 Grand Forks International baseball tournament
Oakbank, Manitoba's Aaron Horanski will play for Team Canada at the 2012 Grand Forks International baseball tournament.
The U.S. Military All-Stars won't be part of the 2012 Grand Forks International baseball tournament.
David Otterman, a former GFI all-star pitcher and UBC Thunderbird, was taken by the Milwaukee Brewers in the MLB first-year player draft.
Two teams were still standing after 24 games of the 31st Grand Forks International (GFI); one team was not a surprise while the other would have been termed a shocker.
Six days ago, the curtain went up on the 31st edition of the Grand Forks International (GFI) baseball tournament, which has been such an integral part of the community for so long.
The Kamloops Sun Devils' Denver Wynn is finally throwing without pain and will be at the upcoming Grand Forks International baseball tournament.
The headlines in The Australian Baseball Digest proclaimed, Twins sign Aussie schoolboy. Suddenly the life of 17-year-old Belmont High School student Sam Gibbons was altered.
Lee Harty will be wearing the uniform of the Kamloops Sun Devils as he makes his debut not only at the GFI but also in Canada.