PORT HOOD: The Cape Breton West Bantam AA Islanders fought hard last Sunday when challenging the Cape Breton County Islanders in the championship of the Cape Breton Cup and, at the end of the game, the West...
PICTOU: Local soccer players interested in taking their game to the next level are invited to try out for AA and AAA level teams with the Highland Football Club. “There are always a few kids who are higher end, competitive,...
PORT HAWKESBURY: With new mats under their feet, new belts around their waists, and a trip to Judo Atlantics just a few weeks away, things are rolling along very nicely at the Port Hawkesbury Judo Club. “The kids are having...
PETIT DE GRAT: Those in charge of the Richmond Amateur Baseball Association (RABA) want to return to play this summer. The executive of the RABA, and all team representatives held another meeting on June...
ANTIGONISH: StFX Athletics was pleased to induct its twentieth class into the StFX Sports Hall of Fame Thursday evening at the Schwartz auditorium. Joining the Hall as the 2016 inductees were six athletes: Bob Mincarelli (football), Deanna Corbett-White (basketball/field hockey),...
PORT HOOD: It was an effort that saw the Cape Breton West Islanders force the Dartmouth Major Midgets to a rubber match last Monday night. However, Dartmouth will advance to Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League championship. This marks the...
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PORT HAWKESBURY: The Port Hawkesbury Antigonish Swim Team (PHAST) competed in Truro last weekend at the Top 16 Holiday Countdown. The 2018 Top 16 meet was a one-of-a-kind competition where swimmers had to qualify for the event between October and...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Strait Pirates remain atop the Sid Rowe division of the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League after splitting a pair of games against Cole Harbour last week. On October 17 in Cole Harbour, the Colts snuck by the...
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,...
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