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Career meet for Nicole Wadden

RENO, NEV.: A Fall River heptathlon athlete has had the best meet of her career, allowing herself to become nationally ranked. Nicole Wadden, a senior with the Nevada Wolf Pack, placed sixth overall and fourth...

Coxhead savors spotlight in Halifax

SCOTIABANK CENTRE: Andrew Coxhead must have felt like he was a rock star Nov. 24 leaving the Quebec Remparts dressing room. As the Fall River product carried his gear bag to the awaiting team bus...

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...

Rugby season begins for Lockview

FALL RIVER: The rugby season for the 2017 school year kicked off on April 8 as the Lockview Dragons boys and girls teams took part in the annual Icebreaker tournament they host at Harbour...

Great first impression

NORMAL, ILL.: Haley Smith is leaving a good first impression in her freshman year with the Illinois State University women’s soccer team. Smith, from Fall River, started every conference and tournament game with the ISU...
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Golden Smiles

FALL RIVER: Team Nova Scotia might not have had the size of their opponents, but the heart and determination the players on the Under-15 football squad rose to the occasion for the team at...

Dream come true for Emily Fleming

MONTGOMERY, AL.: When the final whistle blew on Nov. 6, and Emily Fleming and her Alabama State University (ASU) Hornets women’s soccer team realized they had won the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) championship, it...
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Two locals selected in MHL draft

FALL RIVER: Two local hockey players heard their name called last month during the Maritime Junior A Hockey League draft, hosted by the Amherst Ramblers. Kyle Sexton and Alex Allain, both of Fall River, were...

Kai Dwyer nabs silver at Indo Pacific ch’ships

NEW ZEALAND: A Fall River gymnast is returning home from the Indo Pacific Trampoline and Tumbling Championships with another medal to add to his vast collection. Kai Dwyer nabbed silver in the double mini part...

Nova Central are provincial U16 ringette champions

Congrats to the Nova Central Ringette U16A girls on winning the provincial championship. The team has several local players on the squad, and will represent the province at the Eastern Canadians in Montreal from...