Wednesday, January 16, 2019
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Junior Pirates, currently battling for one of four playoff berths in the Sid Rowe division, managed two wins in three games since Wednesday of last week. “We went to Cumberland on Wednesday with 12 skaters, and played...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Tonight, the Junior Pirates will take to the ice for the first of two games that could make them the number three team in the Sid Rowe Division of the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League (NSJHL). “We’re...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Kent Denny, late in the second period of last Saturday afternoon’s Bantam AA game, connected to get his Pirates on the scoreboard, as he beat Glace Bay Miner Colton Boutilier. Denny was set-up by teammates Logan Clannon and...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Larade Tae Kwon Do is planning to welcome Master Robert White on Saturday, February 25, to share his knowledge with local martial artists. “His seminars are awesome,” said Kempie Larade, the lead instructor of Larade Tae Kwon Do....
PORT HAWKESBURY: For the second time in her life, Brooke Hawley is preparing to represent Nova Scotia at the Canada Summer Games. “I’m very excited,” Hawley said, speaking to The Reporter last Sunday from the campus of the University...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Junior Pirates welcomed new additions last weekend when managing a win and a loss against the Pictou Scotians. “We had three new players in the lineup Friday, and that might have thrown off our chemistry a little...
BEDFORD: Jacob Hudson scored one of the biggest goals of his life Sunday afternoon. Set up by fellow Cape Breton West Islanders Logan Chisholm and Craig Ryan, Hudson connected on the first rush of the third period to score the...
MABOU: The annual Kenzie Beaton Memorial Hockey Tournament might have started out in rough fashion but, said organizer Wesley Beaton, the event closed out perfectly. “After a storm on the sixteenth and trying to figure out how I was...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A pair of third period goals paved the way for the top team in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey league to eke out a one-goal win over a very competitive Strait Pirate squad. “It’s the first place team...
PORT HAWKESBURY: It was a trip like none other for a Port Hawkesbury local who’s been following the Habs since he was a lad. “Oh my God, it was fantastic,” said Reginald Keefe, a 77-year-old who visited the Bell...
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