CONTEST: Win tickets to FIBA World Cup qualifiers in St. John’s
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GUEST COLUMN: Flying with clipped wings
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Playoff-bound Lady Birds look to strengthen seeding
Playoff bid coming down to final weekend for Sea-Hawks
Four locals to don maple leaf in international play
Edge use late push to sweep away Express
Hall of Fame Cup repeat for Highlanders; Warriors regain crown
Fourth-quarter rally allows St. John's Edge to overtake Express at Mile One
ROBIN SHORT: Living a hoops dream
Chances are Jason Meehan, the high school basketball player in Mount Pearl back in the early 1990s, probably let his mind drift every now and again and envisioned doing something with the game. Most young athletes do. It’s human nature, but ...
Sea-Hawks need win to secure playoff berth
The Memorial Sea-Hawks men’s basketball team need only a split this weekend against the Dalhousie Tigers to secure itself a playoff berth in the Atlantic University Sport post season. The Sea-Hawks (6-12) play host the 12-6 Tigers today and ...
Athlete of the Week - Michael Broders
Michael Broders of the Mount Pearl Mark's Blades is The Telegram sports department's choice as athlete of the week. Broders clinched the Mary Brown’s St. John’s Junior Hockey League’s scoring title last weekend with a ...
Edge drop second straight game
The St. John’s Edge dropped their second straight game, and fifth in a row on the road, with a 121-103 setback to the London Lightning Thursday night in southern Ontario. It was the second of a five-game road trip that started with a 123-116 ...
Underrated, but not to be overlooked
There’s a real good chance — in fact, let’s face it, it’s all but a given — there will only be a handful of ballers from this national senior men’s team which took on Chile last night at Mile One Centre wearing the ...
St. John's Edge star Davis pays fine, avoids jail time for weed bust
Former NBA player Glen “Big Baby” Davis has agreed to pay $15,000 to avoid jail time on drug charges. News outlets report the forward had faced up to five years in jail. He was arrested at a Maryland hotel with 126 grams (4 ounces) of ...
Canada routs Chile in World Cup qualifier in St. John's
Canada improved to 9-2 in the FIBA 2019 Basketball World Cup Americas Qualifiers with an 85-46 win over Chile Thursday night at Mile One Centre. Brady Heslip led the way with a game-high 14 points for Canada. Kyle Wiltjer dominated in the paint ...
St. John's Edge finding it cold on the mainland, too
It’s been chilly in Newfoundland lately. It’s also getting pretty cold away from home for the St. John’s Edge. The Edge dropped their fifth straight road game Thursday night In London, Ont., losing 121-103 the defending National ...
St. John's Edge can't come up with another winning rally against Express
On Wednesday night, for a third straight game, the St. John’s Edge mounted a furious fourth-quarter comeback against the Windsor Express. This time it wasn’t enough. At Windsor, Ont.,the Express won their ninth straight home game, ...
Edge derailed by Express in Windsor
The St. John’s Edge dropped their fourth straight road game, the latest a 123-116 result to the Windsor Express Wednesday night in Windsor, Ont. That came on the heals of a two-game sweep of Windsor last weekend at Mile One Centre in St. ...