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  • Storm dashes soccer dreams

    "It's gut wrenching," said Jim Buckingham as he stood in the snow and inspected the remnants of his dream. Winds, gusting at times to more than ...

  • Taking her shot at a million

    The way Judy English sees it, a free trip to Winnipeg later this month is pretty good, even if she doesn't come home with $1million. English, ...

  • Lost opportunity

    The St. Francis Xavier X-Women handed the Memorial University Sea-Hawks a setback in the Sea-Hawks' drive for a playoff spot in Atlantic ...

  • Excuses don't cut it any more

    Everyone knows Memorial Sea-Hawks men's basketball team is young and inexperienced, but coach Peter Benoite says it's time to move on. The ...

  • Barker returns to the fold

    Paula Barker thought she'd had enough basketball after four years with Memorial Sea-Hawks, but a renewed love of the game and missing her ...

  • Staying on top of things

    Newfoundland senior hockey is doing relatively well on the east and west coast these days, but there are potential dangers which need to be ...

  • Veteran coach adds expertise

    "A coach is someone who can give correction without causing resentment." - John Wooden, former coach of UCLA Martin Cull's satisfaction in ...

  • Getting his kicks

    Joe Yetman Sr., envisioned his son, Joey, playing forward when he first watched the three-year-old boy learn to skate on the family's backyard ...

  • Low maintenance, high expectations

    Robbie Habib understands he needs to be more consistent but, like a lot of very good varsity basketball rookies, he has a tremendous up-side. ...

  • Forever Feildian

    Paul Morgan is pretty sure he has played in the St. John's Division One Men's Basketball League longer than anyone and unless he's benched one of ...