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Lightning U-14 boys hoop champs

NEW GLASGOW — It was another big weekend for the Pictou County Basketball Association. Three teams won Basketball Nova Scotia banners over the weekend,...
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Bobby Naylor cared for people

Among several interesting reflections, Bobby Naylor’s obituary said he was “a master of connecting with people.” He sure was. He and I connected a very long...

Crushers ousted by Ramblers

The Amherst Ramblers are moving on and the Pictou County Weeks Crushers are out. The Ramblers posted a 6-5 overtime victory over the Crushers on...

Martin wins SO gold, silver

NEW GLASGOW – Daniel Martin has set a milestone. Local Special Olympics supporters are celebrating Martin’s double-medal performance this week at the 2017 Special Olympics...

Host curlers keep McLellan Cup

WESTVILLE – Members of the host Westville Curling Club have successfully challenged for the McLellan Cup. Westville won two of the three games played over...

Selects N.S. hockey champs

The Northern Subway Selects have earned a spot at the Atlantic Midget AAA Female Hockey Championship. Katelyn Pentz scored the only goal the Selects needed...

County stares down jinx

TRENTON – The Pictou County Crushers have never won the Nova Scotia Peewee AAA hockey championship. They hope that ends this year so that they...

C1 Steelers Midget C champs

PICTOU – Two teams from Trenton vied for the Pictou County Midget C hockey championship banner. Trenton C1 defeated Trenton C2 7-6 in overtime to...

Maripacs win Atom B banner

TRENTON – The Pictou Maripacs are the 2017 March Break minor hockey tournament’s Atom B Division champions. Team captain Ryan Chapman and alternate Leland Tobin...
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Major Midgets ousted

The Pictou County Weeks Major Midgets have been eliminated from the Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League playoffs. The Cape Breton West Islanders swept both...