Selects female hockey players receive awards

NEW GLASGOW — The Fundy-Highland Subway Selects presented two special awards during a recent year-end banquet. They coincided with regular awards to players on each of its 10 teams from Novice to Midget divisions. A new award was given in memory of an exceptional member of the Subway Selects hockey family. Margaret Hickey, the great-grandmother...

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Selects settle for silver medals

CLARENVILLE, N.L. — The Fundy-Highland Selects came home with silver medals from the Atlantic Bantam AAA female hockey championship in Clarenville, N.L.The East Bantam Rockets from New Brunswick edged the Selects 2-1 in overtime in the gold medal game in the final match on Sunday. The Selects won their first three games before falling 2-1...

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Bantam AA Selects off to Atlantics

STELLARTON – The Fundy-Highland Selects hope they can capture the Atlantic Bantam AAA female hockey championship. The Selects are representing Nova Scotia at the championship in Carbonear, N.L. after winning four of five games to earn the provincial Bantam AA banner. They are competing as a AAA team because Nova Scotia does not have a...

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Bantam A Selects take silver medal

The Yarmouth Western Riptide White defeated the Fundy-Highland Subway Selects 4-3 in a shootout on Sunday to win the Bantam A Division of the Subway Cup Female Hockey Tournament at the Pictou County Wellness Centre. Natasha Hahn scored twice and Jessa MacKeil got the other goal for the Selects, who rallied from a 3-0 deficit...

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Midget AAA Selects honour builders

The Northern AAA Subway Selects won twice at home last weekend defeating the Fundy Nationals in the Nova Scotia Female AAA Midget Hockey League and on Saturday honoured some of their past success. The 2017-2018 Selects received their provincial and Atlantic championship banners in a pre-game ceremony at the Pictou County Wellness Centre, where the...

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Selects to salute founders, champions

The Northern AAA Subway Selects will host a special celebration evening on Saturday to recognize last season’s edition of the Selects who captured provincial and Atlantic championships. The ceremony will take place before the puck drops at 7:30 p.m. for the first of two games the Selects have scheduled with the Fundy Nationals from Saint...

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Selects win three divisions in Subway Cup female hockey

The Northern Subway Selects completed the 2018 Subway Cup on Sunday at the Pictou County Wellness Centre with a 5-0 victory over the Northern Lightning to win the Midget AAA Division in the sixth annual female hockey tournament. KJ Emery scored twice, while Ashley Livingston, Natalie MacKay and Cassie Clarke got the other goals. The...

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Clarke to helm Midget AAA Selects

PICTOU — The Northern AAA Subway Selects have a new head coach. Craig Clarke is replacing long-time subway coach Troy Reid at the Selects’ helm, although Reid will remain with the organization as a consultant. The Selects welcomed Clarke to the program and expressed thanks to Reid for his many years of dedicated service to...

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Selects eye female hockey title

BRIDGEWATER – The Northern AAA Subway Selects have their sights set on the Esso Cup. The Selects had three preliminary matches entering today’s action in their first-ever appearance at the Canadian female midget hockey championship in Bridgewater. The tournament began on Sunday and will end on Saturday. Kara MacLean scored twice as the Selects defeated...

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Selects win female hockey title

PICTOU — The Northern Subway Selects will be playing some more meaningful hockey this month. The Selects returned home on Monday after going unbeaten en route to capturing the Atlantic AAA female hockey championship on Sunday in Mount Pearl, N.L. with a 7-1 victory over the Northern Lightning from New Brunswick. Camryn Halliday scored three...

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