Profile of John Browne

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  • For Thistle, good things come in threes

    Vicki Thistle has some long-range plans for the Memorial Sea-Hawks women's basketball team. Slowly but surely, the third-year wing is developing ...

  • A close bunch

    Memorial Sea-Hawks coach Doug Partridge can't remember the last time the top four teams were so close in points going into the Atlantic ...

  • Herder games all staying at Mile One, schedule changes by a day

    Mile One Centre will host games in the Telegram Herder Memorial Championships April 2, 3 and 4 (Thursday, Friday, Saturday), the latter date, if ...

  • Lady Hawks fall out of first at the finish

    A monumental meltdown in the final two games of the season cost Memorial Sea-Hawks first place in the Atlantic universities women's basketball ...

  • The good, the bad, the ugly

    Memorial Sea-Hawks rookie men's basketball coach Peter Benoite, though disappointed in his team's failure to make the playoffs, prefers to take a ...

  • Capers keep Sea-Hawks from clinching first

    Cape Breton wanted it more and it showed. The visiting Capers stalled Memorial Sea-Hawks quest to clinch first place Friday night with a ...

  • Schedule makers came up with a great end product

    It's the series the home fans have been waiting for all season and, with first place on the line, the schedule maker couldn't have served up a ...

  • Strong rink going coast-to-coast

    Newfoundland and Labrador's representative at the 2009 Scotties Tournament of Hearts will be arriving in dribs and drabs in Victoria, B.C., and ...

  • Freshman flash

    David Forbes has arrived and based on his initial impact, it looks as if he plans to hang around. The Memorial Sea-Hawks first-year swimmer made ...

  • The Comeback Kid

    Personal loss and setbacks are a part of life, and Memorial Sea-Hawks basketball sophomore Brittany Dalton has her share of both the past few ...