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Dragons football advance to provincial final on Sunday

FALL RIVER: A solid defensive game punched the ticket for the Lockview High Dragons football team to the School Sport Nova Scotia (SSNS) provincial championship final. The final will be against Park View on Sunday...

Langille, Brimicombe named AUS women’s soccer all stars

WAVERLEY: Two local women’s soccer players have been named to the second all star team for their respective Atlantic University Sport (AUS) teams. Windsor Junction’s Claire Langille, a striker in her freshman season with Memorial...

Dragons capture cross-country bronze in Intermediate girls

FALL RIVER/BEAVER BANK: The Lockview High Dragons brought home the Intermediate girls bronze medal from the School Sport Nova Scotia (SSNS) Cross-Country Provincials, held recently. It was the top result among the TBA athletes that...

HERH, Uniacke runners compete at cross -country provincials

MILFORD: Ten runners from Hants East Rural High (HERH) in Milford and two from Uniacke District school participated for their respective schools at the recently held School Sport Nova Scotia (SSNS) Cross Country Provincials. For...

Blackwood picks up first win with Ontario Jr. A club

KEMPTVILLE, ONT.: Conor Blackwood made a quick first impression with his new Junior A Hockey team. Blackwood, who used to live in Windsor Junction but now calls Beaver Bank home, stopped 23 of 24 shots...

Beaver Bank’s Francis reassigned

SAINT JOHN, N.B.: Ryan Francis is heading home. Well, sort of. Francis, a Beaver Bank product, was released Oct. 30 from his Professional Tryout with the American Hockey League's Stockton Heat. Stockton has assigned the...

Lancaster scores first AUS points as UPEI women take basketball win

CHARLOTTETOWN: A Lockview High women's basketball alum got her first AUS points in regular season play as the UPEI Panthers women's basketball team hit the court in Charlottetown on Oct. 30. Grace Lancaster of Fall...

Four Cheema athletes approved for Athlete Assistance Program

WAVERLEY: Four Cheema athletes have been nominated to Sport Canada's Athlete Assistance Program. Michelle Russell of Fall River; Craig Spence of Waverley; Sloan MacKenzie of Windsor Junction; and Riley Melanson all had their nominations approved...

Windsor Junction’s Langille among finalists for RBC Training Ground

FREDERICTON, N.B.: A Windsor Junction gymnastics athlete turned track and field athlete is excited about the opportunity that awaits her as one of the 100 finalists for a national search for Olympic-level talent. Jill Langille,...

Dragons, Vipers, Bulldogs have good cross-country regionals

Several runners from the schools head to provincials in Bridgewater on Monday FALL RIVER: The Lockview High School intermediate girls cross country running team are leading the way of the many runners who had a...
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