Friday, July 28, 2017


Contributed photo The Bantam St. Peter's Royals team took third at the final four 15U Cape Breton Baseball League tournament at the end of September in Louisdale and St. Peter's. Pictured are (back, from left) Xander Gilby, Sam Cullen, Danny...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The local girls were not going to be denied at their home tournament. “We played pretty stead and pretty well to beat the teams we beat,” said Dave MacIsaac, coach of the SAERC Saints who won gold at...
PORT HAWKESBURY: For the third time in its four-year history, the Be Like Breezie Soccer Tournament was won by the host SAERC Saints. Coach Danny MacKinnon said he and the Senior Varsity Saints were very happy to take the win,...
EAST HANTS: Helped along by a three-goal first period, the East Hants Penguins skated to a 5-2 win last Friday night at the expense of the Junior Pirates. Although the Pirates usually have their home games on Friday night, the...
Last time, we had a look at the philosophy of Yin and Yang as a representation of the opposing or paradoxical nature of our reality. Yin and Yang are opposites, but each also contains the seed, or an aspect,...
PETIT DE GRAT: The Little Anse Hawks achieved not only a banner win but also celebrated a milestone in the team’s history last Saturday when hosting the Inverness Athletics for the third game of the RABA championship. “When we started...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Junior Pirates endured a shutout loss on Friday night and celebrated a shutout victory on Sunday in Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League (NSJHL) play. The league-leading Glace Bay Miners visited the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre on Friday...
PORT HAWKESBURY: All four branches of Larade Tae Kwon Do are now open and ready to teach the way of the hands and feet to locals interested in martial arts. Kempie Larade, who is planning to be tested for his...
HALIFAX: A two-goal second period led to a 3-1 win last Sunday for the Nova Major Bantams, who visited the Halifax Hawks for a noon-time battle. The weekend leaves the Novas in fifth place in the provincial 12-team league. Nova Matthew...
PORT HOOD: With six wins in six games, the Cape Breton West Islanders sit at the top of the Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League. Not only are the Islanders winning, but the guys are winning big. In terms of...
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