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  • 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 ...

  • Perseverance pays off

    It took the St. John’s native three tries to make the Memorial Sea-Hawks men’s basketball team, proof that perseverance pays off ...

  • A cross-country coach, in more ways than one

    “There actually aren’t that many (certified coaches) in Canada,” says Team NL manager Erik Charron, who first met Heyes when he was a volunteer ...

  • Re-berth for the Sea-Hawks

    A team that played with heart and emotion and a fair share of skill is up against Saint Mary’s Huskies, a team that beat the Sea-Hawks twice ...

  • Lady Hawks’ rally falls short in quarter-final

    The Capers, who defeated the Lady Hawks three out of four times during the regular season, jumped out to 27-11 lead in the opening quarter, then ...

  • Playoff rivalry renewed

    The regular-season games between the teams have been close in recent years. Cape Breton took three of four meetings this season, although two of ...

  • John Browne's Press Box: Titans' trip to Toronto was well-timed

    And while the Titans dominate the local hoop scene, coach Frank Foo understands there’s more work to be done to develop his players to the best ...

  • Braves, Titans the ones to beat

    Booth, coached by Geoff Moore, is 26-0 heading into the tournament, which begins this afternoon. In fact, the Braves have only been beaten once ...

  • Pushing for position

    The teams have already clinched berths in AUS championship tournaments, which begin a week from now in Halifax, but each has a couple of ...