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Coxhead enjoys NHL Preds development camp

FALL RIVER: A Fall River hockey player has had the chance to get a taste of NHL hockey after being invited to a top team’s summer development camp. Andrew...

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...
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One last shot for Ryan Huestis

WELLINGTON: Ryan Huestis is looking to make the most of the opportunity he’s been given to crack the roster of the Saint John Sea Dogs. Huestis was invited to the Sea Dogs training camp being...

Successful weekend for local teams

FALL RIVER: Two Fall River girls helped lead their Metro West Force (Blue) team to the Hockey Nova Scotia Female Peewee AA provincial crown. Goalie Lucy Phillips turned away 31 of 33 shots and Leah...

Chute defends double waterskiing gold

WINDSOR JUNCTION: Local waterskiing athlete Olivia Chute continues to show consistency at a high level in national and international competitions. Chute, a Windsor Junction product, grabbed two more gold...

Scotia Soccer, Sackville joining forces

FALL RIVER: Two area soccer clubs, Scotia Soccer and Sackville United Soccer, have reunited to form one club under a new name. The two clubs were together as Scotia Olympics Soccer Club but went their...

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...

Locals help N.S. hoops team to silver at Eastlink Classic

FALL RIVER: Three Fall River girls helped lead their U-14 Basketbakll N.S. team to a silver medal at the East Link Classic, held July 5-7. Camryn Giddens of Fall...

Vipers boys, girls cross country running teams off to provincials

FALL RIVER: The Vanier Vipers girls cross country running team came home with their second back-to-back Mariner Zone championship banner, advancing to the provincials in Cheticamp on Oct. 22. Joining the girls at provincials will...

Inner Strength athletes garner six Canada Open medals

WELLINGTON: The luggage for the athletes from Inner Strength Taekwondo came home a bit heavier on its return. The athletes from the Wellington-based dojang collected four gold medals; a ...

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