Saturday, December 15, 2018
STRAIT AREA: The Port Hawkesbury Antigonish Swim Team (PHAST) sent 14 swimmers to Age Group Development Meet #2 on November 11 and 12 in Wolfville. These swimmers demonstrated the effects of their training and dedication, snagging several top 8 finishes....
ANTIGONISH: On Monday morning, StFX University released a statement from the director of athletics and recreation Leo MacPherson with regards to the ongoing Atlantic University Sport (AUS) football proceedings. StFX said it believes in academic excellence and the integrity of...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Two coaches from days gone by have returned to the Port Hawkesbury Judo Club to lead classes. “The club needed some help, and I was more than willing to come out,” said Wayne Reynolds, meeting with The Reporter...
ANTIGONISH: Despite the season ending a little sooner than the team had hoped, StFX University Women’s Soccer head coach Graham Kennedy said he is proud of what his team accomplished this year. The X Women fell 2-0 to the Acadia...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Despite a three-goal third period, the Nova Major Bantams were unable to pull the trigger against the Dartmouth Whalers (2-10-1-1), the second-last place team in the provincial Major Bantam league. The game took place last Sunday at...
HALIFAX: Last year’s Telus Cup champions are sending a message that, once again, they can beat anyone in the Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League. “In the last two weekends, we beat the top team in the league and...
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...
ANTIGONISH: Dan Hayfield of the StFX X-Men soccer team recently received some major honours as he was named both the Subway Atlantic University Sport Male Athlete of the Week and the U SPORTS Male Athletes of the Week. Both...
PORT HOOD: Two of the three best Major Midget teams in the province met for a pair of games last weekend at the Al MacInnis Sports Centre. The result was a weekend split for the Cape Breton West Islanders...
HALIFAX: Courtney Pratt, formerly of Port Hawkesbury, broke new ground for women in the martial arts by becoming the first female in Nova Scotia to be awarded a black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. “I’m a really big advocate for...
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