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  • Changing times, changing attitudes

    Attitudes and levels of commitment and participation in amateur sport are inconsistent at best, and often waver from enthusiasm to apathy.And ...

  • Close company

    St. John’s finished first in the standings with 49 points, seven more than the second-place Kings, and won five out of eight meetings between the ...

  • Avalon likes the view from the top

    Avalon takes on the fifth-place Trinity Placentia IJ Smith Building Centre Flyers eight o’clock at Goulds Arena, while the second-place CBR ...

  • On the rebound

    The MUN men lost teammate Jacob Ranton to suicide at Christmas, shocking his coach and teammates. The Lady Hawks, meanwhile, had to deal with ...

  • A running partnership

    As title partner, The Telegram receives associated marketing rights and benefits that the NLAA says will provide strong value for the paper's ...

  • Red-shirt guard could be a blue chipper for Memorial

    Red-shirt guard Jovan Babovic from Belgrade, Serbia has offensive and defensive potential and at 6-5 gives the Sea-Hawks another valuable big ...

  • Plans for Lady Hawks take shape

    The Sea-Hawks were eliminated in the quarter-final round of the Atlantic University Spor playoffs the past two years and haven’t won an AUS ...

  • First-round loss for MUN in AUS men's hoops playoffs, but not a second-rate effort

    “They” were the Saint Mary’s Huskies, who beat the Sea-Hawks 99-91 in an Atlantic University Sport (AUS) quarter-final Friday night at Scotiabank ...

  • Little to choose between Royals, Cats

    The respective coaches don’t think there will be much of a difference, and they are prepared for a tough series.The teams open the best-of-seven ...

  • Rowing helps Hawksley’s hoops

    “I’d watched him all through high school at Bishops College and he was a terrific shooter,” said Benoite.“He could shoot from everywhere. I saw ...