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Dragons battle Citadel at Icebreaker

The Lockview Dragons took on Citadel in their opener of four mini-games for the annual Icebreaker tournament, held at the Harbour West All-Weather Field. The Dragons fell 10-5 in the game, but led 5-0 early...
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Coach Baker gives his thoughts

Reporter Pat Healey spoke with Lockview High girls head coach Ken Baker following the team's first game in the Icebreaker tournament. Here is what he had to say (minus the wind blowing, which makes some...

Successful weekend for local teams

FALL RIVER: Two Fall River girls helped lead their Metro West Force (Blue) team to the Hockey Nova Scotia Female Peewee AA provincial crown. Goalie Lucy Phillips turned away 31 of 33 shots and Leah...

An unforgettable night

LOWER SACKVILLE: It was an night that Lockview Dragons boy’s hockey head coach Tom Myketyn—or his players—won’t soon forget. The Dragons, with permission from the NSSAF and the school, donned their traditional Lockview hockey colours...

Local players at Whitecaps FC Youth showcase

FALL RIVER: Several local soccer players represented Soccer Nova Scotia on their respective under 13 and under 14 girls and boys soccer teams at a week-long combine being hosted by the Vancouver Whitecaps FC. The...

Decision to step away “beyond difficult” for LeBlanc

FALL RIVER: Janique LeBlanc has had to make one of the toughest decisions of her young adult life. The Fall River native, one of the four young women who put the province on the junior...

Dragons land touchdown from Streatch

FALL RIVER: Councillor Steve Streatch has thrown an unexpected near touchdown to Fall River Dragons minor football’s “field of dreams.” The HRM District 1 representative for Waverley-Fall River-Musquodoboit Valley presented a cheque for $5,000 to...

Playing on the beach

FALL RIVER: The Beach Volleyball Atlantics and National championships will have a distinct Fall River/Waverley flavour representing Nova Scotia. Britney Plume of Fall River and Chelsey Sponagle of Hammonds Plains; Marissa Macaulay of Truro, but...

Team Clarke doesn’t skip a beat

FALL RIVER: There might have been a couple of changes to the Team Clarke women’s curling team, but the Chester-based squad has kept going without skipping a beat. The squad, comprised of Fourth (and Skip)...

Exceeding expectations: Olivia Chute powerful on the water

FALL RIVER: Olivia Chute would water ski on Third Lake behind her family’s Fall River home year-round if she could. Chute, 12, started competed provincially in water skiing three years ago. In those three years,...