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No ice available for Western AAA peewee Kings
Noah Blanchard and AAA peewee Kings look to build on success of kickoff tournament with trio of games this weekend in Rocky Harbour
A new skills park with pump track to become reality for west coast mountain bikers
Corner Brook's Colby House willing to put in the work to reach his hockey potential
Be willing to do what it takes even if it means doing the uncomfortable. That’s a lesson Colby House learned early as a centre with the Western Kings entry in the Newfoundland and Labrador AAA bantam hockey league. Colby, a 14-year-old ...
Labrador City couple among top finishers in Fermont demi-marathon
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. Despite 90 km/h winds forecasted, the Demi-Marathon of Champions in Fermont, QC, was rerouted and went ahead as scheduled. Just over 50 people participated in the event. Five ran the full 21.1-km course, with 24 signed up ...
Grand Falls-Windsor gears up for a mountain bike trail
Grand Falls-Windsor has no trails designed specifically for mountain bikers, but that’s about to change. The International Mountain Bike Association Canada (IMBA) came to town Sept. 22 to offer a free mountain bike trail building course, ...
Stephenville Spartans seeking gold at provincial 4A boys slo-pitch tournament in Avondale
Ryan Parsons knows he has to throw strikes and that’s all he’s going to worry about this weekend. Parsons, a 17-year-old Level 3 student at Stephenville High, is the pitcher for the Stephenville Spartans entry in the 2018 provincial 4A ...
Templeton Academy's Nick Park always considered the diamond a second home
Growing up on the north shore of the Bay of Islands, Nick Park found a second home when he discovered the softball diamond. It was an outlet for him to have fun with his friends and keep himself busy in a community where there wasn’t a lot ...
Parents call for parity in AAA hockey
While any changes to the AAA hockey program won’t be known until 2019, Jack Lee, president of Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador (HNL), got what he was looking for. During its AGM Sept. 14, HNL held a public session and called for feedback ...
Western girls nab silver in U18 division at Atlantic Challenge Cup hockey tournament
Brooklyn Childs has added a silver medal to her collection of hockey medals. The Corner Brook native, along with Kailey Genge of Anchor Point and Carmen Elliott of Stephenville, helped Team Newfoundland and Labrador earn the silver medal in the ...
Nathan Barker appreciates the free time he gets to share with his buddies outside the basketball court
Nathan Barker doesn’t smile or laugh too often when he’s caught up in the action on the basketball court with the Memorial Sea-Hawks. He’s all business, working feverishly in pursuit of putting up points and helping his team win ...
No shortage of volunteers for Corner Brook minor hockey this season after initial scare in the spring
When only three people attended the originally-scheduled Corner Brook Minor Hockey Association’s annual general meeting back in May, it was disheartening for second-year president Jackie Simms. But she understood that the timing may have ...
World Girls' Hockey Weekend takes place Oct. 5-7
The Deer Lake Minor Hockey Association joined the hockey world in celebrating World Girl's Hockey Weekend, which took place from Oct. 5-7 in communities all across Canada and the world. 2018 events were planned by the International Ice ...