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CEC girls win West Kings tournament
The CEC girls volleyball team stacked up their eighth tournament of the year as they finished on top at the West Kings Remembrance Day Tournament this past weekend. The Cougars defeated the West Kings Wolverines 25-20, 25-12 in the finals. The ...
Rams lose ACAA men’s hoops opener to Mystics
BIBLE HILL, N.S. – The Dal AC Rams men’s basketball team lost its opening game in the Atlantic Colleges Athletic Association on Sunday. The Rams fell 95-58 to the visiting Mount Saint Vincent Mystics. The Mystics jumped out to a ...
CEC girls' volleyball team continues winning ways
TRURO, N.S. – The Cobequid Cougars #1 team captured the Sydney Academy invitational girls’ volleyball tournament for the sixth time in the past seven years over the weekend. In an all CEC final, the Cougars defeated CEC #2 in straight ...
Battle of the Bowl - Middleton’s All-Wheel Riding Park site of Oct. 14 competition
Middleton's heart-shaped all-wheel riding park gets it's first big workout Oct. 14 ...
Valley athletes taking run at Chicago Marathon Oct. 8
,Coolen, who heads up Recreation and Community Services for the Town of Middleton, is running in the Chicago Marathon Oct. 8 with a handful of other Valley runners including recent Cape Breton Fiddlers Run full marathon winner Heather O’Donnell. ...
Port Medway logroller competes at Worlds
“It’s really fun,” she said. Ella, from Port Medway, NS, competed at the Lumberjack World Championships, in Hayward, Wis. from July 20 to 22. Now 14, Ella competed in the amateur division in the U13 age group. “You put a big cedar or synthetic log in ...
The Annapolis Valley Ex Light Horse Show results are in
Open English Hunter Pony/Horse #1 1. To Be or Not To Be o/Alissa Cue, Aylesford, r/ Azlyn Bezanson, Wolfville; 2. Vanilla Sky o/Crystal Tattersall, Torbrook, r/Samantha Rawding, Wolfville; 3. All Is Good o/r Mary Jopling, Newport Open English ...
Swimmers take over Windsor for provincial meet
Both the Windsor Bluefins and the Cole Harbour Hurricanes, hosted the tournament and shared organizing duties for the event held from Aug. 18 – 20, at the Hants Aquatic Centre. Many provincial records were broken, with new ones set, and a diverse ...
Madison Clarke meets her former teammates today at Canada Games
Madison (Maddie) Clarke came to Prince Edward Island three years ago to study kinesiology and play for the UPEI Panthers women’s hockey team. Team P.E.I. softball head coach Jeff Ellsworth floated the idea of her trying out for the Island ball squad ...
Nova Scotia’s golden girl: Queens County’s Sarah Mitton wins gold at Canada Games
The Brooklyn, Queens County, athlete won a gold medal in women’s shot put at the Canada Games. The Canada Games, which are taking place in Winnipeg, began July 28 and will come to a close Aug. 13. “Winning gold at my first and only Canada ...