PORT HAWKESBURY: Even though the East Hants Penguins popped two goals in the first period, the Strait Pirates rallied back to prove, in a shootout, that the maroon and white are the top squad in the provincial Junior league. “It...
PORT HOOD: The Cape Breton West Islanders started their game last night by honouring the volunteer firefighters of Inverness, Judique, Mabou, and Port Hood. They also honoured their fans by putting together a solid 60-minute effort to drop the...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The annual James Poirier Memorial Basketball Tournament took place last weekend at the SAERC gym, and the event once again provided top-notch basketball action in memory of a top-notch guy. The tournament started on Friday afternoon with an...
ANTIGONISH: The good folks at Antigonish Challenger Baseball now have a cheque in their hands that brings them closer to having an accessible field in Antigonish. “The Jays were in Halifax for part of their winter tour, and they presented...
Triple hat tricks for Saints PORT HAWKESBURY: At the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre last Wednesday (January 16) the SAERC Saints skated to a 13-0 win over the Eskasoni Warriors in high school hockey action. Managing hat tricks were Harrison MacFadyen, Ethan...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Old fashion smash mouth hockey was the 60-minute mission of the Strait Pirates last Friday and, after 203 penalty minutes, the maroon and white skated away with another divisional win, this one a 4-1 final against the...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Strait Pirates dominance in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League continued last weekend as the boys dropped the second and third place teams in the Sid Rowe Division, the Glace Bay Miners and the Antigonish Bulldogs. “One...
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PORT HAWKESBURY: The Port Hawkesbury Swim Team (PHAST) deployed two Age Group Squads to events across the province the weekend of January 12-13. The AAA qualified squad competed at DalPlex in preparation for the David Fry Senior Nova Scotia Champs...
HALIFAX: The Cape Breton West Islanders and Nova Major Bantams both took part in the East Coast Ice Jam last week and weekend, getting a taste of what squads from outside their provincial leagues have to offer. “There were some...
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