Monday, October 26, 2020
LOUISDALE: The Freddie MacNeil Memorial Royals Gents Hockey Tournament turned 40 last weekend, and organizer Leon Burt reports the hockey was great at the Richmond Arena’s final hockey event of the season. Burt said he and the executive tip their...
HAVRE BOUCHER: Sinclair Ryan is an avid snowmobile enthusiast who recently traveled over 3,000 kilometres, along with his wife Rochelle, to attend the largest snowmobile event in North America. Ryan, a former resident of Guysborough who now resides in Havre...
ANTIGONISH: The Nova Major Bantam hockey team will be holding its Spring Identification Camp early next month. This identification camp is open to all Bantam-aged players for the 2019-2020 hockey season who are members of the Antigonish Minor Hockey...
EAST HANTS: Helped along by a three-goal first period, the East Hants Penguins skated to a 5-2 win last Friday night at the expense of the Junior Pirates. Although the Pirates usually have their home games on Friday night, the...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Elbowroom was in short supply at The Carriage House due to the efforts of the Nova Scotia Arm Wrestling Association (NSAWA) and the provincial championship hosted by the group. “It was the biggest tournament ever held in Nova...
ANTIGONISH: Last September, Peter Artbello started helping out Dr. J.H. Gillis Regional High School volleyball coach Joe Duggan after being out of the gym for about 10 years. Artbello said he realized there wasn’t any coach available for kids in...
RED DEER, ALBERTA: Locals competing with Nova Scotia Teams at the Canada Winter Games have done the area proud in a number of sports. “This first week of competition was exciting and rewarding for Team Nova Scotia. Our athletes, coaches...
ANTIGONISH-GUYSBOROUGH: The Heatherton Warriors continue to sit atop the Antigonish-Guysborough Rural Fastpitch League with a record of 7-3. Not far behind them are the Pomquet Acadians (4-2), the Guysborough Broadhorns (1-1), the St. Joseph’s Chiefs (0-3), and the St. Anderw’s...
PORT HOOD: The Cape Breton West Islanders are going to Berwick for the remainder of their playoff series with the Valley Wildcats following an eventful weekend at the Al MacInnis Sports Centre. “We keep playing like we did this weekend,...
PETIT DE GRAT: The Isle Madame Mariners punched their ticket to this weekend’s Richmond Amateur Baseball Association (RABA) play-offs after winning the qualifying tournament last weekend. The Mariners, last year’s RABA...
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