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  • They're ready to bear the weight of the worlds

    Tom Kean isn't in powerlifting for fame and fortune. He chuckles at the suggestion. In fact, since there is no national team funding for ...

  • Sutton was a standout as a player, coach, and person

    As good a teacher and coach as Clarence Sutton was, he was an even better friend, says former Memorial Sea-Hawks basketball star John Devereaux. ...

  • Numbers don't add up for Sea-Hawks

    If someone has an answer to the Memorial Sea-Hawks women's soccer team's malaise, please send it along to coach Walt Mavin. There's been a ...

  • Cold night, hot hurler: Spurrell pitches Vikings to a win

    It took a few of weeks and a couple of propane space heaters for the Gonzaga Vikings to warm up and get their first win in the St. John's Molson ...

  • Snow go for Newfoundland senior teams

    Newfoundland and Labrador's representatives both finished sixth at the national men's and women's soccer championships in Saskatoon, Sask., over ...

  • Snow forces a move indoors

    Snow Thursday in Saskatchewan led to the postponement of all the national Jubilee Trophy women's soccer championship games and moved the Canadian ...

  • Rock looks to rebound

    The Rock must adjust to a higher level of pressure in the new Americas Rugby Championship (ARC) league if they want to progress and move on, says ...

  • 'Without us, you've got nothing'

    Labatt Avalon East Hockey League president Joe Maynard is fed up with his league being branded the spoil sports when it comes to foiling future ...

  • Bears better on the day

    There wasn't any trash talking or boasting in the British Columbia dressing room following the Bears 8-7 win over The Rock in Saturday's Americas ...

  • O'Toole shows great promise

    Just a hint of a smile creases Chauncey O'Toole's face when it's mentioned he brings a little extra toughness to The Rock's lineup for the ...