PORT HAWKESBURY: You could make a pretty convincing argument that few players over the years committed themselves to the Junior Pirates with more gusto than Nathan Hayes. Having joined the team as a Midget-aged player, Hayes’ career in the Nova...
PORT HOOD: Nadine Bollig, the driving force behind Reaching Strides Equestrian Centre, is mulling over ways to expand her operation to include programs designed to make life a little easier for those suffering emotional trauma. “We’d have to expand our...
ST. PETER’S: Ellie MacAulay is no stranger to playing elite-level baseball at the national level, but the 16-year-old from St. Peter’s is looking back on a summer that, even by her standards, was an awfully busy one. Her baseball began...
ANTIGONISH: It took him a little longer than some to make it to the Junior Pirates, but Antigonish’s Floyd MacDonald is happy to have finished his Junior hockey days with the maroon and white. MacDonald, having grown up in Antigonish,...
LOUISDALE: The 41st Annual Freddie MacNeil Memorial Royals Gents Hockey Tournament took place at the Richmond Arena last weekend with three divisions participating. There was an Over 35 A division with five teams,...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Cabot Highlanders, a new Minor Midget AAA team being established in the Strait area, could be on the ice as early as this fall. “I was approached about three months ago by Brian MacInnis and Mike...
LOUISDALE: The championship of the Cape Breton West High School Hockey League will be decided on March 5 with the Richmond Hurricane hosting the SAERC Saints at the Richmond Arena. The puck drops at 7:30 p.m. “We have lots of...
BADDECK: It’s everywhere this month. “It’s the new year: time for a new diet, a new gym membership, a transformation challenge – a whole new you!” But Roni Davis, a former Canadian Trainer of The Year and nationally qualified figure...
ANTIGONISH: Leave your ego and your shoes at the door may be the unofficial motto of the town’s newest martial arts club but it might as well be welcome to the family. It would be easy for a martial...
PORT HOOD: When Adam Sampson was asked how it felt to pop five goals in his team’s 6-3 win over the Inverness/Baddeck Rebels to claim the Highland Regional Division II banner, the sniper said the first words that came...
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