Monday, October 15, 2018
PORT HOOD: Thought outshooting the Cape Breton West Islanders 41-33, the visiting Cape Breton Tradesmen were unable to drop the defending Telus Cup champions last Thursday. The final was a 4-2 Islander win. Islander Jack Morris (from Stephen Fox) took...
CUMBERLAND: Managing a total of 53 shots, the Junior Pirates used last Friday night’s visit to the Cumberland County Blues’ home turf to secure a 7-5 win. The win improved the Pirates’ record to 8-10-2-1. The maroon and white...
LOUISDALE: For the second time in as many seasons, the Dalbrae Dragons are the winners of the Richmond Hurricane Rock Ya Like A Hurricane tournament. “Our big guys stepped up, and the other guys contributed as well,” said Dalbrae hockey...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The SAERC Saints girls volleyball team is looking back on a season that saw them win a league title and a regional banner, not to mention the Niki King Memorial Tournament, and score a silver medal at...
GUYSBOROUGH: After two very successful cycling events, Lost Shores Gran Fondo has launched its 2018 event. Registration is now open, and gift certificates are available for the cyclist on your Christmas list. The 2018 event takes place Saturday, September...
MEMBERTOU: Led by a hat-trick from the Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League’s (NSMMHL) leading scorer, the Cape Breton West Islanders scored a 5-4 win over the Cape Breton Tradesmen last Wednesday night. Stephen Fox, who’s averaging two points a...
DARTMOUTH: The Cape Breton West Islanders scored a big win last Saturday in their only on-ice appearance of the weekend. Islander Fearghus MacDonald managed a goal and assist in his crew’s 4-2 win over their hosts, Dartmouth’s Steele Subaru Major...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Strait Pirates were unable to come up with a win when playing a home-and-home series with the Pictou Scotians last weekend. The weekend allowed Pictou (13-3-1-3) to tighten its hold on second place in the Nova Scotia...
LOUISDALE: The third annual Rock Ya Like A Hurricane high school hockey tournament takes place this weekend, and Richmond Hurricane coach Robert MacDonald said he and his team are looking forward to hosting four squads over three days. “It’s a...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Strait Area Community Curling Club (SACCC) hosted its annual cashspiel on the weekend on November 17 which attracted 12 teams from across eastern Nova Scotia. The successful weekend was capped by a very exciting finish in the...
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