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Lady Hawks’ soccer team secures playoff berth; Memorial basketballers finish up pre-season schedules
Starry weekend for Newfoundlanders in QMJHL
Abby Newhook of St. John's to play for Atlantic entry at Canadian U18 women's hockey championship
Beast leave their mark on the Newfoundland Growlers
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After the break, no breaks for the Memorial Sea-Hawks soccer teams
Officially, Memorial Sea-Hawks soccer teams are ending a two-week break when they play Atlantic University Sport (AUS) conference games in Nova Scotia this weekend. But of the 40-plus players who are on the Sea-Hawks men's or women's ...
Newfoundlander Dawson Mercer shooting for the top
After chasing the pretty play and looking to make the nice dangle for much of his career, soon-to-be 18-year-old junior hockey sniper Dawson Mercer has learned what a lot of kids grasp early on. It’s nice to score goals. “Ha! ...
Newfoundland Growlers’ most familiar foes are in town
The Newfoundland Growlers are just a little over a year old, so it may be a bit early to assign them an official arch-rival, but if someone insisted there needed to be an opponent with such a designation, the Brampton Beast would probably be a good ...
Clarenville Caribous and East Coast Senior Hockey League still waiting for answers on season
A little more than a week out from the start of the East Coast Senior Hockey League and there are still questions if the league will open on time. That is because of indications that Hockey NL has declined to sanction the five-team league ...
UPDATED: Abandonment of regional teams means less exposure for Atlantic Canada's male U17 hockey players
Back in 2015, when Hockey Canada opted to scrap its regional approach to icing teams for the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge in favour of three squads from coast to coast, it’s believed the train of thought stemmed from the idea of tougher ...
Two Newfoundlanders playing in QMJHL will be part of international competitions in early November
Mount Pearl’s Zach Dean will play in next month’s World Under-17 Hockey Challenge. The 16-year-old Dean, in his first season with the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League’s Gatineau Olympiques, has been named as one of 66 players ...
Pardy is free to help out Newfoundland Growler coaches
It turns out all four Newfoundlanders who played with the ECHL Growlers during their championship inaugural season are back with the team. It’s just that one of them won’t be suiting up on game nights during the 2019-20 ...
St. John's Edge sign former Florida State stalwart
The St. John’s Edge kept working their way to a 12-man roster for the 2019-20 National Basketball League of Canada season on Tuesday. One more player and the Edge will have a starting lineup. Six-eight, 225-pound guard/forward Montay ...
Newfoundlander Ashley Stratton named AUS female athlete of the week
Mount Pearl native and University of New Brunswick women’s hockey player Ashley Stratton is the latest Subway Atlantic University Sport (AUS) female athlete of the week. The sophomore forwarded four points on three goals and an assist as UNB ...
St. John's intermediate baseball: Shammies match senior side’s championship pace
Updated story There are some habits that you never want to lose. Ask the OMT Shamrocks, who claimed both the senior and intermediate championships in St. John’s senior baseball this year. The intermediate Shammies won their 2019 ...