Tuesday, November 13, 2018
LOUISDALE: It was a great night at Richmond Arena for a great guy. “It was overwhelming for me as a coach, and I can only imagine how overwhelming it was for the family,” said Robert MacDonald, coach of the Richmond...
HALIFAX: The StFX X-Men are the 2018 Subway AUS Loney Bowl champions after defeating the Saint Mary’s Huskies 33-9 in wet, rainy conditions Saturday afternoon at Saint Mary’s Huskies Stadium. A 21-point fourth quarter sealed the victory for the X-Men...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Port Hawkesbury Antigonish Swim Team (PHAST) hosted the first Nova Tech Northern division meet of the year and won top team points.   The 32-swimmer strong squad competed in a pool of 120 athletes from five teams.   PHAST not...
ANTIGONISH: The StFX X-Men are moving on to the AUS championship after a 33-10 victory over the Acadia Axemen in the Subway AUS semifinal playoff game on a wet and windy Saturday afternoon at StFX Oland Stadium. Two huge touchdown...
PORT HAWKESBURY: It was four points in two games for the local lads. The Strait Pirates won 4-1 and 10-1 in a home-and-home series with division rival Cumberland County Blues over the weekend. At home, the Pirates’ Randon MacKinnon scored the...
ANTIGONISH: It was a goal-filled shootout of a game followed by a tough loss. On Saturday, the Nova Bantams outlasted the Wear Well Bombers 8-7 in a wild affair at the Antigonish Arena. Rory Wood knocked home the overtime winner after...
STRAIT AREA: The Minor Midget Cabot Highlanders fell 5-2 to the Valley Wildcats in Nova Scotia Minor Midget hockey action on Saturday in the Valley. The Highlanders played it tight for the first period but a pair of Wildcat goals...
PORT HAWKESBURY: On Friday night, the Pirates took it to the visiting Bookfield Elks and skated away with a 7-1 win. Devin Sceles and Joshua MacMillan scored in the first, MacMillan added another in the second along with Liam MacKinnon,...
LUNENBURG: The Nova Major Bantams dropped a pair of games to the South Shore Major Bantam Lumberjacks over the weekend, falling 4-1 on Saturday and 2-1 Sunday. Head coach Mike Stewart said the team suffered from a lack of proper...
PORT HOOD: It was a bad game followed by a much better one. The Cape Breton West Islanders dropped their Saturday home game against the Halifax McDonalds 10-2. Darren Waterman and Brant Timmons (with an assist as well) supplied the goals...
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