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High school basketball: They got in one game on opening day of Clarence Sutton Memorial Classic
The O’Donel Patriots downed the defending champion St. Kevin’s Mavercks 78-49 in the opening game of the 10th annual Clarence Sutton Classic Memorial basketball tournament Thursday at St. Kevin’s High gymnasium in Goulds. It was ...
Corner Brook’s Ryan Brake doesn’t let insulin pump get in the way of business on the basketball court
You would never know there was anything going on with Ryan Brake if you saw him compete on the basketball court. Driving to the net with authority, finishing at the rim and running a team are just some of the things he does well as a hoopster with ...
The 10th annual Clarence Sutton Memorial basketball tournament tips off off today
The 10th annual Clarence Sutton Memorial Basketball Tournament begins today at the St. Kevin’s High School gym in Goulds, where the host and defending Mavericks take on the O’Donel Patriots in the tourney opener at 4 p.m. Eight metro-area ...
Coach George Dolomount says player commitment key to Titans impressive run
George Dolomount’s thoughts flowed when he talked about how the Corner Brook Titans have become a dynasty in provincial 4A female volleyball. The Titans emerged as provincial 4A female volleyball champions by beating the Queen Elizabeth ...
Gander pool to receive an upgrade
GANDER, N.L. Tim Rowsell, head coach of the Gander Lakers Swim Club, is pleased to see upgrades coming to the Gander Arts and Culture Centre swimming pool. And he’s hoping it can be done without disrupting the club’s training ...
Corner Brook Regional High Titans claim provincial 4A girls volleyball crown
The Corner Brook Regional High Titans emerged as provincial 4A girls volleyball champions on Saturday, beating the Queen Elizabeth Regional High Pioneers in the championship game at Mount Pearl Senior High. The Titans took the title in three ...
Edge left broken on a Halifax court
It was the Hall of Fame football coach Bill Parcells who once famously coined the phrase, “You are what your record says you are.” So, with that in mind, we can say with absolute certainty the St. John’s Edge, with a ...
Athlete of the Week
Memorial Sea-Hawks standout rookie Emmanuel Ring is The Telegram sports department’s choice as athlete of the week. The Sea-Hawks dropped a pair of basketball games by identical 81-77 scores to the University of Cape Breton last weekend in ...
Mount Pearl dojo prepares people to be ready for bullies
Bullying was in the news again this week, with a Telegram story on students and staff at Macdonald Drive Junior High in St. John's taking part in a global event Thursday, an initiative driven by the WE Rise Above campaign that is promoting ...
ROBIN SHORT: Down where football matters, he starred on ice
It may surprise some, but Alabama has a bit of history when it comes to hockey, or, as it’s known in Al…a…bama, ice hockey. The Birmingham Bulls toiled for three seasons in the old World Hockey Association, carving their own ...