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  • Memorial women get an early lesson

    But new coach Mike Power says a poor start to Sunday’s match, on the heels of a convincing 3-0 win in Saturday’s season-opener, resulted in his ...

  • Power takes the long-term view

    That’s not to say the new head coach isn’t going to tinker with the team’s style of play, albeit while looking to maintain its strengths. “It’s a ...

  • For starters, coach wants results

    “We know there are different games that are going to be tough, but we also know there are games we’re going to be able to take points from,” says ...

  • Now that we have Brier, the real work begins

    Regina was also in the running to host. St. John’s successful bid will be officially announced at a news conference Monday morning at Mile One ...

  • Brier Bear would love to roar at home

    The St. John’s resident has, after all, attended 35 straight Canadian men’s curling championships. “Every one has been different,” says Caughie, ...

  • In this case, even two losses felt like a win-win situation

    The team of Smith, third Ryan McNeil-Lamswood, second Kyle Barron and lead Craig Laing, competing in the event’s Tier 2 division, started the day ...

  • Holy moley, it’s Cross again

    The Crusaders, first-place finishers in the regular season, defeated the St. Lawrence Labatt Laurentians 2-0 in the championship game Sunday at ...

  • Kirby can’t wait for another shot at nationals

    “We were lucky not to have picked up an injury,” says Kirby veteran defender Nicole Moores. “We had 15 players, three of which were goalkeepers, ...

  • A tip of the hat to the Blue Jays

    “Only in Canada,” laughs a resigned Detroit Tigers fan sitting behind me, one who made the trip across the border to see his team trounced by the ...

  • Dolo's desire

    “I think about going pro pretty much every day,” says Dolo, 16, who will join the Ottawa Fury FC Junior Academy team this fall in the nation’s ...