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Francis, Boyd make QMJHL prospects list

BEAVER BANK: Two local hockey prospects from the Beaver Bank and Fall River area find themselves on the Central Scouting List for QMJHL draft eligible players. Forward Ryan Francis and goaltender Nolan Boyd, both students...

Lockview wins boys golf title

FALL RIVER: The Lockview High School boys golf team captured the provincial Nova Scotia School Athletic Federation title during the championship on Oct. 2. At Paragon, Brady Margeson defeated Jake Wambolt of CPA in the...

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...

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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Cheema athletes grab plethora of hardware

WAVERLEY: It was a golden haul for athletes from Cheema representing the country and province at the second event of the Canada Cup, held July 7-9 in Shawinigan, Que. Winning gold with Team Canada as...

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...

Champions of the world!

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...

Taylor Green living a dream with Queen’s women’s soccer

FALL RIVER: A dream has come true for a Fall River soccer phenom. Taylor Green, who graduated this past June from Halifax West, is beginning her freshman year at Queen’s University playing with the Varsity...

Fall River street hockey tourney raises $1,600

FALL RIVER: Four teams got together on Saturday afternoon, June 2 to battle for four-on-four ball hockey supremacy in the third annual Fall River Street Hockey Tournament. The event is brainchild of Steve MacLellan, and...

Getting that racing bug

WINDSOR JUNCTION: Since being introduced to the bandolero division at Scotia Speedworld, Ayden Christensen has had his heart set on getting behind the wheel. The eight-year-old has got to do that for the past four...
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