Sunday, February 25, 2018


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: At 7:28 of the third period, Troy Hillier pulled the trigger to lift the Strait Pirates to a Friday night win that, all things considered, might be the biggest win of the Pirates’ season. “It was a solid...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Port Hawkesbury Antigonish Swim Team (PHAST) sent 25 Nova Tech swimmers to the provincial end-of-season Nova Tech Explosion in Truro on May 13 and 14. It was a great way to celebrate the Novice division squads on...
BOYLSTON: The Chedabucto Curling Club held its annual Edgar Sceles Memorial Bonspiel on January 19 and 20. Thirty-two curlers and many spectators packed the newly-renovated Chedabucto Curling rink for a weekend of recreational curling. The Edgar Sceles Memorial is held...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Cape Breton West Islanders came away with three wins after a busy four days. On November 3, the Islanders handed the Cape Breton Unionized Tradesmen a 6-3 loss. Avery Warner opened the scoring less than a minute...
MABOU: On Thursday, December 21, the Kenzie Beaton Memorial Hockey Tournament kicks off for the fifth year at the Mabou Athletic Centre. “Every year when I start in June preparing, I have two guys on the committee to help make...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The SAERC Saints girls volleyball team closed out its season two weekends ago when taking silver at the NSSAF Division II provincial championship. “To win the league, the regional, and then place second at provincials – and to...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Following a weekend that saw them garner three of a possible four points, the Junior Pirates are gaining ground on the Pictou County Scotians for second place in the Sid Rowe division of the Nova Scotia Junior...
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 HOOD: Led by a three-point night by Fearghus MacDonald, the Cape Breton West Islanders (23-6-1-1) pulled a dominant 6-0 win last Wednesday night when hosting the Pictou Weeks Major Midgets (9-22-2-1). “It was a good, complete 60 minute effort,”...
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