Wednesday, November 22, 2017


PORT HAWKESBURY: The Swim Nova Scotia Junior Provincial Championships felt the power of a nor’easter on the weekend of February 10 -- the North Eastern team, that is! The Port Hawkesbury Antigonish Swim Team (PHAST) took third place overall and...
PORT HAWKESBURY: With a grand total of 13 skaters dressed for their first two games against the Glace Bay Miners, the Strait Pirates were unable to manage a win resulting in a 2-0 series lead for the already-favoured Miners. “The...
PORT HOOD: Last Saturday night, the Cape Breton West Islanders showed why they finished the 2016-17 regular season as the top squad in the league by burying the Pictou Weeks Major Midgets 6-0. It was the final game of the...
PORT HAWKESBURY: It was a battle for sure, but the Strait Area Saints U15 Girls rallied to beat the Cape Breton Attackers for the top spot at last weekend’s Super Series tournament. “We’re feeling fantastic,” said Heather Brennan, who coaches...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Capers U18 squad battled to the championship final of the Volleyball Nova Scotia Super Series held last weekend at the SAERC gym, and the local girls came just shy of dropping Dartmouth for top spot. “We were...
PORT HAWKESBURY/LOUISDALE: Brian Tracey likes what he sees in terms of the interest young girls are showing in the Strait-Richmond Novice/Atom Girls team, a new addition to the local minor hockey program. “It’s a struggle to get kids in hockey,...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Junior Pirates not only nailed down a playoff berth last Friday night, but the maroon and white did so while sending a message to their first round opponent. “It was a huge win, and it gives us...
PORT HOOD: The Cape Breton West Islanders remain the top team in the provincial Major Midget league as the guys dropped the visiting Cole Harbour Wolfpacks twice last weekend. The wins leave the Islanders with a record of 28-5-1-1, good...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Some very competitive sports action takes place at the SAERC and Tamarac gyms this weekend. “This is a chance for volleyball fans to come out and watch, as there’s going to be lots of high quality action,” said...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Nova Major Bantams managed a win and a loss last weekend when visiting the Truro Bearcats on Saturday and hosting the Joneljim Cougars on Sunday. The Novas now sit in fifth place of their provincial league, with...
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