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Dragons douse Flames in girls hoops home opener

FALL RIVER: Gracie Lancaster led the way as the Lockview High Dragons girls basketball team shot their way to a 75-50 home-opening victory over the Sir John A MacDonald High Flames on Nov. 13. The...

Lady Dragons blank Phoenix in hockey

LOWER SACKVILLE: Behind the strong performance between the pipes from Savannah Wheatley, the Lockview High Dragons girls hockey team skated to a 3-0 victory on Nov. 14 at the Sackville Arena. Wheatley, who tended net...
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Dwyer to represent Canada in Russia

FALL RIVER: Kai Dwyer of Fall River has been named to the Canadian team for the 2018 FIG Trampoline Gymnastics, set to be held in Russia in mid-November. Dwyer, who trains out of Titans Gymnastics,...

Local boxer grabs gold in Ireland

BEAVER BANK: Sierra Eshouzadeh of Beaver Bank is shown after her match in Ireland that she won to capture gold. She also won Best Female Boxer Award at the Wexford Box Cup Tournament held...

MacLean earns Sport N.S. monthly award

FALL RIVER: A Fall River baseball player earned recognition for her efforts with the N.S. girls U-14 Atlantic championship team. Dylan MacLean earned the September Female Team Athlete of the Month award as put out...

Taekwondo a love for Kylie Cox

WELLINGTON: When Kylie Cox was registered for Taekwondo by her parents seven years ago, she didn’t have a choice. Now, it’s something that’s became part of her life—and one she doesn’t regret. Now, seven years...

PHOTOS: Exciting action at Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling

TRURO: Kaitlyn Jones executed a great last rock, last shot to score three points and vault Team Jones to a 6-5 come-from-behind victory over the World Curling Tour's as of now number one ranked...

Chute named to Canadian Pan Am waterskiing team

WINDSOR JUNCTION: Olivia Chute is heading to Chile to represent Canada at the Pan American Water Ski championships next month. Chute, of Windsor Junction, is the lone Nova Scotian on the 32 member teams, which...

Ready to serve: JV Dragons girls volleyball optimistic for season ahead

FALL RIVER: The new junior varsity girls volleyball season got off to a “kill”-ing of a start for the Lockview High Dragons. In their season opener, Lockview bounced back from a first set loss to...
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