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BEAVER BANK: If there’s two Beaver Bank girls you don’t want to step inside the boxing ring with, it’s Sierra Eshouzadeh and Alyssa Rouleau. The two recently returned from the Ringside World Boxing Championships with...

Francis making a lasting impression

BEAVER BANK: Ryan Francis is starting to find his groove with the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles. While the Beaver Bank forward knows he has a tough hill to climb—just making main camp from rookie camp...

Underdogs no more: Syd Kennedy kicks NS to Canada Games bronze

WINNIPEG, MB: Sydney Kennedy was exhausted, but she knew she had to do whatever she could to catch up to the play in front of her to give her team a chance to score. The...
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CANADA GAMES: Kennedy, Green capture women’s soccer bronze

WINNIPEG, MB.: Syd Kennedy, Taylor Green and their Team Nova Scotia women's soccer team have captured the bronze medal at the Canada Games in Winnipeg.     Kennedy, who calls Fletcher's Lake home, scored the lone...

Canada Games Countdown: Hannah Cahill

Name: Hannah Cahill Age: 17 Sport: fastball Community: Fall River Hobby: Sewing and knitting What’s something people don’t know about you: That my hobbies are sewing and knitting.

Curiosity pays off for Nicole Wadden

RENO, NV.: What started out as a simple shot in the dark has turned into quite the accomplishment for Nicole Wadden. Wadden, a Lockview High graduate, participated on the school’s track and field team and...

Fall River golfer Chasse recruited to Bishop’s

FALL RIVER: A local golfer and Team N.S. Canada Games player is taking his golf skills to Bishops University in Montreal beginning this fall. Ben Chasse, a member of the Nova Scotia junior men’s provincial...

Francis, Boyd excited about being drafted to QMJHL teams

FALL RIVER: Being drafted into the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League is just the first step for two Fall River and Beaver Bank hockey players in their quest to continue playing the sport they...

Lockview hosts Unified Sports event

FALL RIVER: Students from four schools gathered at Lockview High School for an student-led initiative that was the first of it’s kind in the Halifax Regional School Board. Unified Sport brought together students with and...

Cheema athletes on Canadian team radar

WAVERLEY: Three athletes from Waverley-based Cheema have made the first step towards making the Canadian national team after a recent competition. Marshall Hughes, Michelle Russell, Craig Spence, Sawyer Capes, Shaun Fair, Samantha Hall, Tom Hall,...
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