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VIDEO: Pat learns to be a goalie- sort of

FALL RIVER: On Friday Aug. 3, Reporter Pat Healey strapped on the goalie pads--and all the gear that comes with it--to learn a bit about being a goalie from Lucy Phillips. Phillips is a goalie...

Boudreau nabs more track medals

WAVERLEY: A Waverley track and field athlete has just completed a successful season that saw him nab 11 medals. Brody Boudreau, 16, captured six gold medals, two silvers and three bronze medals this year. He capped...

Local players ready for flag football nationals

BEAVER BANK: The U16/U18 Football N.S. girls provincial flag football team has a distinct Fall River-Beaver Bank look to it. Of the players set to don the Team Nova Scotia colours, 11 are from...

Ready for Bantam Lacrosse nats

WELLINGTON: Two local lacrosse players will get to live out a dream—donning the Team Nova Scotia colours as they play at a national championship on home soil, at the BMO Centre in Bedford from...

Pickrem focused on cracking Moose

WINDSOR JUNCTION: Jonathan Pickrem had to hear it again when he got a call saying that the Halifax Mooseheads drafted him in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) draft in June. Now that he’s...

Beach volleyball champions

FALL RIVER: Two Fall River beach volleyball players have captured the championship at the Under-18 Atlantic Beach Volleyball championships in Parlee Beach. Britney Plume and Charlotte Lamontagne, who just recently graduated from Lockview High, went...

Margeson captures amateur men’s title

WINDSOR JUNCTION: A Fall River golfer was on fire during the final round of the MCT Men’s Amateur championship, scoring a five under-67 to win the title. Shaun Margeson, who plays out of Oakfield Golf...

Dwyer nabs two more medals

FALL RIVER: A Fall River gymnast is returning from a Canadian championship with more hardware to his name. Kai Dwyer picked up bronze in the trampoline category and teamed with Declan McLean to grab silver...
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U18 provincial team names six locals

WAVERLEY: The Under-18 provincial canoe/kayak team had six athletes from Waverley-based Cheema Aquatic Club as part of their roster, based on rankings from competitions held to date. Cheema was represented by Sloan MacKenzie of Fall...

Six Cheema athletes named to Canadian junior, senior teams

WAVERLEY: Six athletes who train out of the Cheema Aquatic Club have been named to don the Maple Leaf at events this summer with the Canadian senior and junior canoe and kayak teams. The selections...
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