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Sport of Disc Golf growing in popularity in Nova Scotia
Have you ever seen small groups of people of all ages in the woods of a park in your area throwing what looks like a frisbee at a metal basket? ...
Former Capers basketball coach resigns as Rattlers head coach, GM
A former Cape Breton Capers basketball coach has resigned as the Saskatchewan Rattlers' head coach and general manager. The Canadian Elite Basketball League team announced that Greg Jockims will be stepping away from the ...
Highlanders’ Tyrone Levingston becomes new president of St. John’s Edge professional basketball team
The person who helped bring professional basketball back to Cape Breton in 2016 has changed teams for the 2019-20 season. Cape Breton Highlanders president and general manager Tyrone Levingston has signed a one-year contract to become the new ...
Newfoundland's Dawson Mercer is an early riser
Dawson Mercer is fast going from a hockey player who is worth a look to one who deserves your undivided attention. The 18-year-old from Bay Roberts, a centre for the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League’s Drummondville Voltigeurs, is listed ...
Newfoundlanders have been playing in high-profile in-season competitions this week
Three of Newfoundland’s top young hockey players have been busy this week in top-level competitions. Bay Roberts native Dawson Mercer was one of the stars for a Quebec Major Junior Hockey League all-star team in a two-game series against a ...
St. John's team advances to next phase of national mixed curling event
Newfoundland and Labrador, represented by a St. John’s rink skipped by Cory Schuh, is advancing to the championship pool, the next phase of the 2020 Canadian mixed curling championship in Saguenay, Que. Schuh’s team, which includes ...
Mae Kibyuk Memorial Green and Gold Hockey Tournament opens Thursday in North Sydney
Memorial Marauders captain Dovi Walker says there’s a lot of excitement around the school heading into the annual Mae Kibyuk Memorial Green and Gold Hockey Tournament, an energy the host side hopes to harness on the ice. “There are a ...
Lavers brings winning pedigree to AUS champion Capers
Simply put, all Madison Lavers knows is winning. For three seasons as a centre back with the Cape Breton Capers, Lavers has absorbed a winning soccer culture during her university career. Three seasons, three Atlantic university banners and ...
Family helps shape Bearcats’ Lanceleve as a player
TRURO, N.S. – Carson Lanceleve has never had to look further than his own family for hockey mentors. The second-year forward with the Truro Jr. A Bearcats has looked up to both his dad, Lou, and older brother, Colby, for guidance from the ...
Newfoundland Growlers get a new goaltender
Stuck in an early-season cycle that has seen them unable to stay above .500 for very long and having given up the second-most goals in the ECHL, the Newfoundland Growlers have made their first major roster move of the season, adding goaltender Angus ...