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Haworth named Athlete of the Week

WAVERLEY: A volleyball player from Waverley has been selected as the G2 Athlete of the Week for Dalhousie University for the week ending Feb. 5. Tori Haworth, a medical science student at Dalhousie, helped the...
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Cheema athletes looking forward to Florida training

WAVERLEY: While many Nova Scotians are thinking about the cold weather ahead, athletes from Cheema Aquatic Club are thinking of sunnier places. More than 40 athletes from the Waverley-based club—43 athletes between senior competitors and...

Fall River Basketball holds Alumni Game

The Fall River basketball association’s annual alumni game attracted a lot of former and current players on the boys team to the Gordon R. Snow Community Centre in Fall River. For more photos from the...
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Dompierre tournament cancelled due to work-to-rule

FALL RIVER: Organizers with the annual Bill Dompierre Memorial basketball tournament have had to make the tough decision to axe this year’s event. The tournament, usually held at Lockview High and the Gordon R. Snow...

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)...

Rebels capture gold at SLAM hoops tournament

FALL RIVER: It was a successful SLAM basketball holiday tournament for the Fall River Rebels Under-16 girls basketball team. The Rebels went undefeated, 4-0 (won-loss), to bring home the championship and gold medal hardware from...
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Tom Hall selected to RBC Training Ground

WAVERLEY: A canoeist from Cheema Aquatic Club has been selected as one of the 25 young Canadian athletes as part of RBC’s Training Ground. As part of the RBC Training Ground, a partnership between RBC,...

On target at Harold T. Barrett

BEAVER BANK: Thanks to the night custodian at Harold T. Barrett Junior High School in Beaver Bank, students can now try their hand at a seldom known sport—darts. The school knew that Emily Alford would...

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...

Passion for snowmobiling in their blood

WELLINGTON: The Crowell families passion for snow has paid off in a big way this year as they came away with three major awards from the Snowmobile Association of Nova Scotia (SANS) awards banquet. Jason,...