Friday, November 17, 2017


PORT HOOD: The national champion Cape Breton West Islanders came away from their first weekend of play with a 1-1 record. A four-goal second period led the way to a 5-4 win when visiting the Valley Wildcats on Saturday. That...
PETIT DE GRAT: The Little Anse Hawks’ drive for five ended with the guys claiming their fifth consecutive Richmond Amateur Baseball Association (RABA) league championship last Friday night. “It never gets old,” said Little Anse player/coach Ryan Samson, following a...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Taylor Lambke now has two games under his belt as the new head coach of the Junior Pirates and, after 120 minutes behind the bench, he’s seeing more positives than negatives. “We played solid Friday night,” he said,...
SASKATOON: The Nova Scotia Sports Hall of Fame will induct five athletes, two builders, and one team into their family of over-achievers on November 10, and one of those names should be well-known to anyone who knows anything about...
PETIT DE GRAT: It looks like the Richmond Amateur Baseball Association (RABA) championship series will be decided this weekend, granting Mother Nature plays ball. The fourth game is scheduled for this Friday (September 15) at 7 p.m. and game five...
STRAIT AREA: It was double gold for the Strait Area Soccer Club on the weekend. The club saw two teams - the U13 Girls and U15 Girls - pick up gold medals at the Soccer Nova Scotia Provincial Championships. The U13...
POMQUET: The Pomquet Acadians are the AGR fastpitch league champs for 2017. The guys won the championship by dropping the Guysborough Broadhorns 2-0 in the final game of the championship tournament on August 26. Mark Dort and Robbie Doiron homered for...
PORT HOOD: It won’t be long now. Regular season action in the Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey league will start up in the near future, and the national champion Cape Breton West Islanders will be hitting the ice on September...
PETIT DE GRAT: Neither the defending Intermediate A provincial champion Inverness Athletics nor the host Red Hawks (a combination of the Petit de Grat Red Caps and Little Anse Hawks) were able to make it to the championship game...
ST. PETER’S: The third time was a charm for Ellie MacAulay. The 15-year-old from St. Peter’s recently returned from Vaughn, Ontario where, for the third consecutive year, she represented the province alongside the other members of Baseball Nova Scotia’s team...
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