Prince George Sports Hall of Fame


  • Amanda Asay, Baseball
  • Mackenzie Cupp, Judo
  • Tim Hempsall, Speedskating
  • Ryan Howse, Hockey
  • Christine Kennedy, Basketball
  • Kenny Lally, Boxing
  • Kyle McMahon, Swimming
  • Leif Paulson, Lacrosse
  • Katie Spencer, Soccer
  • Megan Tandy, Biathlon
  • Alyx Treasure, Track and Field
  • Stefan Zwiers, Judo


  • Graham Allard, Baseball, Volleyball
  • Nick Drazenovic, Hockey
  • Leigh Dreher, Volleyball
  • Anthony Gador, Karate
  • Robert Lanenga, Volleyball
  • Marina Mavros, Boxing
  • Rob Negrin, Track and Field
  • Vicky Richards, Volleyball
  • Garrett Simm, Freestyle Skiing
  • Ryan Thibault, Volleyball


  • Andrew Thompson, Karate
  • Geoff Martinson, Track and Field
  • Cameron Swift, Track and Field
  • Johanna Hamblin, Rhythmic Gymnastics
  • Ashley Matte, Swimming
  • Nicole Schnapp, Swimming
  • Becky Pegues, Boxing
  • Amanda Ribeiro, Figure Skating
  • Jeff Dinelle, Figure Skating
  • Karien Lanenga, Volleyball


  • Curtis Berg, Boxing
  • Matt Buxton, Archery
  • Becky Dreher, Volleyball, Softball
  • Darrin Dunn, Volleyball
  • Gary Gladue, Hockey
  • Tannis McCubbin, Cross-Country Skiing
  • Katie Van Buren, Figure Skating
  • Jason Goldsmith, Figure Skating
  • Kaitlyn Woodhouse, Judo
  • Jordan Yu, Basketball, Volleyball


  • Brendon Abercrombie, Squash
  • Ashley Buchanan, Wrestling
  • Lisa Buchanan, Wrestling
  • Tara Carkner, Swimming
  • Keenan Hopson, Golf
  • Kim McNally, Soccer
  • Jennifer Simm, Freestyle Skiing
  • Brian Verigin, Swimming
  • Chris Wong, Freestyle Skiing
  • Tara Wong, Martial Arts


  • Donna Bell, Golf
  • Jacqui Benson, Cross-Country Skiing
  • Geoff Duck, Cross-Country Skiing
  • Ian Hogan, Basketball
  • Kristy Johnson, Archery
  • Jeremy King, Volleyball
  • Farrah Kohorst, Track and Field
  • Eric Roze, Track and Field
  • Andrew Sweet, Swimming
  • Michael Thompson, Track and Field

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Recent News

PGSHOF recognizing outstanding youth athletes

Jan 29, 2019

When the Prince George Sports Hall of Fame holds its next induction banquet, a dozen of the city's most promising up-and-coming athletes will be recognized with Youth Excellence Awards.

 The PGSHOF revealed the list of names on Tuesday. Youth Excellence Award winners who will be honoured during the March 30 gathering at the Hart Community Centre are: Colburn Pearce (basketball); Kimiko Kamstra (judo); Jonah Brittons (motocross); Ben Hendrickson (five-pin bowling); Natasha Kozlowski (golf); Anna MacDonald (trampoline); Eric Orlowsky (speed skating); Derian Potskin (baseball and fastball); Ainslee Rushton (lacrosse); Matthew Shand (volleyball); Zenze Stanley-Jones (wrestling); and Jordan Vertue (swimming).

 The fathers of Pearce and Kamstra - Matt and Bruce respectively - are members of the PGSHOF. Matt Pearce, a former Canadian Football League player and a Grey Cup champion, was inducted in 1999. Bruce Kamstra, a national judo champion, entered the hall one year later, in 2000.

 Previous Youth Excellence Award winners include: Olympian Meryeta O'Dine (2016); Olympian Sarah Beaudry (2012); Stanley Cup champion Brett Connolly (2010); Olympians Alyx Treasure and Megan Tandy (2007); national-team baseball player Amanda Asay (2007); national boxing champion Kenny Lally (2007); and Olympian Chris Wong (1999).

 On the night of March 30, the PGSHOF will also welcome its newest inductees: Cliff Hucul (auto racing); Brian Martinson (track and field); and Elisha Williams (wheelchair basketball).

Courtesy of Prince George Citizen


PGSHOF 2019 inductees named

Jan 9, 2019

The Prince George Sports Hall of Fame is proud to announce its inductees for 2019. They are:

Brian Martinson, coach/builder, track and field;

Cliff Hucul, athlete, auto racing;

Elisha Williams, athlete, wheelchair basketball.

The 2019 induction banquet is March 30 at the Hart Community Centre. Ticket information will be released soon. On the same night, the PGSHOF will be recognizing 12 youth athletes with Youth Excellence Awards.

Membership in the Prince George Sports Hall of Fame now stands at 78. The board of directors would like to thank the community for the top-quality nominations for 2019.

Call for Nominations

Jan 19, 2018

The Prince George Sports Hall of Fame will not be holding an induction banquet in 2018. Plans are in the works for 2019, and, to make the event a reality, the Prince George Sports Hall of Fame Society is requesting nominations for induction from the public.

Nominee categories include an athlete, coach, builder and administrator. Nomination forms are available for download on this site. The deadline for submitting nominations is Sept. 30, 2018.

Please help keep the Prince George Sports Hall of Fame alive. Submit your nomination today!