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Coxhead dealt to Q favourite Oceanic

QUEBEC CITY, QUE.: A Fall River hockey player will be donning a new Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) uniform to start the second half of the new season, when hockey play...

Lockview wins Park View hoops tourny

FALL RIVER: The Lockview High varsity boys basketball won the Parkview Tournament in Bridgewater over the Dec. 13-15 weekend. Jake Kelln was MVP of the tournament....

Lady Dragons soar over Knights in home opener at Lockview High

FALL RIVER: Camryn Giddens of the Lockview Dragons comes in to put the ball up for a basket, only to have the hand of a Millwood defender block the shot,...
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Hockey for Hope: Jacob Project making donation to Hope Cottage through Bedford minor hockey...

WAVERLEY: A Waverley teen is thinking about others first this holiday season. Jake Boudreau, a student at Lockview High, operates The Jacob Project, an initiative he started some five...

Volleyball bronze for Lockview High

FALL RIVER: The Lockview High junior varsity girls volleyball team captured the provincial bronze medal on Nov. 30. It was a great way to end the...

LHS boys hoops battle in Sydney

SYDNEY: Dan Seaman of the Lockview High Dragons drives the lane as Sir John A Flame Ethan Roper pressures him during Governors Pub and Eatery Wildcat Invitational basketball play....

Fall River’s Crowe commits to UNB Reds women’s soccer team

FREDERICTON, N.B.: Fall River striker Olivia Crowe is going back to the place she first called home. The Lockview High soccer star has announced her intentions to join the...

JV girls volleyball Capital champions

FALL RIVER: Congrats to the Lockview JV Girls girls volleyball team on winning the JV Capital region championship. Next up is provincials for the squad. ...

Wanderers resign Fall River’s Firth

HALIFAX: Fall River native Scott Firth impressed the Halifax Wanderers and Head coach Stephen Hart during play this season in the Canadian Premier League enough they have re-signed the Lockview High student.

Sportsmanship shines as Dragons play Winnipeg boys hockey team

LANTZ: The Oak Park Raiders from Winnipeg may have been disappointed that their trip to a hockey tournament in Halifax ended sooner than they wanted. But the face of disappointment quickly changed...
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