Thursday, October 21, 2021

End of an era

MULGRAVE: It was the end of an era for a pond hockey tournament that kept a young man’s memory alive while helping to ensure other young people got a leg up in terms of hitting the books.
PORT HAWKESBURY: Just as the plane carrying Anthony MacDonald prepared to stop, sunlight started to peer through the clouds. A little more than a week after undergoing emergency brain surgery, the SAERC hockey player...
Inverness Oran Team Leader: Josh MacMillan Civic Center Most Game Stars: Josh Foster 1015 The Hawk Most Dedicated: Olan Spears Louis Family Restaurant Most Under-Rated: Cullen MacEachern
CREIGNISH: The national champion Cape Breton West Islanders will have even more firepower behind the bench this season as the team adds a former East Coast Hockey League (ECHL) stalwart to the coaching staff. “I’m switching playing fields a little...
ARICHAT: Those trying to have Barry Marchand enshrined into the Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame are awaiting word from the provincial organization. Arichat resident Gerry Samson worked for more than a year on...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Meet the Canadian Tire Strait Pirates. That is the new name of the local entry in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League after the executive of the Pirates was able to reach...
ARICHAT: A local business that was forced to close two years ago, made a significant donation to École Beau-Port. The Stay & Play Café opened in August, 2016 in Lennox Passage, and closed at...
PORT HAWKESBURY: One of the area’s strongest guys proved to be one of the nation’s strongest guys early last month when attending the Canadian Powerlifting Union’s national championships. “It was my coach more than anything,” said Conor...
RICHMOND COUNTY: The Nova Scotia Monarchs were the top guns in the AAA Division at the Roy Hobbs World Series, and the efforts of four Richmond County players were a key part in the 60+ team winning big in Fort...
LOUISDALE: It was a great night at Richmond Arena for a great guy. “It was overwhelming for me as a coach, and I can only imagine how overwhelming it was for the family,” said Robert MacDonald, coach of the Richmond...
Port Hawkesbury Reporter
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