Tuesday, October 16, 2018
COOK’S COVE: Even though she hasn’t played baseball for all that long, Vanessa Dort helped represent Nova Scotia twice this summer by suiting up with no fewer than two provincial teams. And in one case, she and her teammates...
PORT HAWKESBURY: With relative newcomer Ryan Bakker connecting for a pair of second period goals, the Junior Pirates managed a 3-2 win over the Liverpool Privateers last Friday night. “Overall, I think we played a solid three periods of hockey,”...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Port Hawkesbury Judo Club is once again banging and clanging at its MacQuarrie Drive dojo. The club, located on the second floor of the Strait Area Community Curling Club building, meets every Tuesday and Thursday night from...
—- Weekly Stats —- Men’s High Single Matt MacDonald 139 Hector Grant 121 Dave MacPherson 120 Men’s High Triple Matt MacDonald 355 Hector Grant 346 Riley Deyoung 324 —-Year-to-Date Stats —- Men’s High Average Matt MacDonald 118.3 Hector Grant 109.0 Riley Deyoung 108.0 Men’s High Single Matt MacDonald 139 Terry Morrison 132 Allan George 127 Men’s High...
ANTIGONISH: The Nova Major Bantams were unable to come up with a win in their first weekend of regular season play, but Coach Mike Stewart is optimistic about where the team is headed during 2018-19. “This is as quick of...
ST. PETER’S: Temeka Stevens missed a chance to visit the Baseball Nova Scotia Provincial Championships earlier this summer. She had a pretty good reason. “I actually ended up missing provincials with my home team because I went to nationals ...
NEW YORK: A former Strait-Richmond Minor Hockey Pirate has been drafted into the top women’s hockey league in the world. “It’s been crazy the opportunities that hockey created for me, and I owe most of it to my parents for...
PORT HOOD: The Cape Breton West Islanders managed a win and an overtime loss in their first weekend of regular season play, when visiting the Valley Wildcats. In the Saturday night outing, the Islanders led 3-0 at the end of...
NORTH SYDNEY: The Strait United U15 Girls returned home with provincial gold – just like they did last year. “It was a really positive effort from the girls all weekend,” said coach Drew MacQuarrie, just after returning from the North...
COLE HARBOUR: There was no shortage of high drama last Sunday as the Strait Area Sting 15Us battled Hammonds Plains (yellow) for the Tier I provincials, but when all was said and done, the Sting were holding the provincial...
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