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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...

Lockview High soccer star Langille commits to Memorial

WINDSOR JUNCTION: Highly touted and talented winger Claire Langille is going to ply her passion for soccer on The Rock beginning in September 2020. The Memorial Sea-Hawks...

Haley Smith’s play earns MVC All Tournament team nod

SPRINGFIELD, MO.: It wasn’t the ending Haley Smith and her ISU Red Birds wanted, but looking at the overall season it was a success. Smith, a Fall River product,...

Destroyers win FNS Peewee title

FALL RIVER: The Dartmouth Destroyers Peewee football team, including a player from Fall River, won the Peewee Tier championship on Nov. 16 in a nail biting game.

Dragons boys hoops team shine in home opener despite loss

FALL RIVER: The Lockview High School Dragons boys basketball team held their home opener last month to kickoff the Metro High school basketball league season. They welcomed Citadel High Phoenix to the...

Tier 2 champions

FALL RIVER: The Fall River Dragons/Valley Bulldogs combined Atom Squad captured Football Nova Scotia’s Tier 2 Championship on the Nov. 17 weekend. (Submitted photo)

Jones, Ti-Cats headed to Grey Cup

HAMILTON, ONT.: A Fall River Dragons football alum is heading to the Grey Cup final. Brian Jones, a Grand Lake area product, and his Hamilton Ti-Cats defeated the Edmonton...

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