Thursday, November 16, 2017


HALIFAX: Last year’s Telus Cup champions are sending a message that, once again, they can beat anyone in the Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League. “In the last two weekends, we beat the top team in the league and...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Following a weekend that saw them garner three of a possible four points, the Junior Pirates are gaining ground on the Pictou County Scotians for second place in the Sid Rowe division of the Nova Scotia Junior...
ANTIGONISH: Dan Hayfield of the StFX X-Men soccer team recently received some major honours as he was named both the Subway Atlantic University Sport Male Athlete of the Week and the U SPORTS Male Athletes of the Week. Both...
PORT HOOD: Two of the three best Major Midget teams in the province met for a pair of games last weekend at the Al MacInnis Sports Centre. The result was a weekend split for the Cape Breton West Islanders...
HALIFAX: Courtney Pratt, formerly of Port Hawkesbury, broke new ground for women in the martial arts by becoming the first female in Nova Scotia to be awarded a black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. “I’m a really big advocate for...
PORT HAWKESBURY: No one in the Strait Pirate camp was ready to push the panic button going into last weekend, but with only two wins in their first eight games, the maroon and white were due for a couple...
STRAIT AREA: The Cape Breton West High School Hockey League (CBWHSHL) is set to return to action tonight (Wednesday, October 18) with the first games of the season. The SAREC Saints will host the Richmond Academy Hurricane and the Inverness...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The expectations are that it’ll be a sequel just as good as the original. The second annual “Haunted Hawkesbury” haunted house will soon open its doors, and this time around the event will be a fundraiser for the...
PORT HOOD: He might only be eight years old, but Hunter MacDonald is looking back on a motocross season that would be impressive for riders twice his age. The summer of 2017 was the first full season of racing for...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The SAERC Saints girls soccer team scored a 3-1 win over the Dalbrae Dragons to win, once again, the Be Like Breezie memorial soccer tournament. “It was probably the best I’ve seen them play,” said Robyn Morgan, who’s...
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