Midget C Miners earn bronze medals

WESTVILLE – The Westville Miners took home bronze medals last weekend at the annual SEDMHA minor hockey tournament in Cole Harbour. The Miners, who are Midget C Highland Zone regular season champions, competed in a 23-team Maritime Division. The Miners, in their sixth game in less than 72 hours, settled for bronze after a 4-3...

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Scotians ousted from playoffs

TRENTON – The Pictou County Scotians’ hockey season had ended. The Junior Miners of Cape Breton defeated the Scotians 7-5 on Thursday in Membertou to win their Sid Rowe Division best-of-seven semifinal series four games to one. Jacob Pentz gave the Scotians an early 1-0 lead but the Miners led 2-1 after the first period...

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Peewee AAA’s win, tie with Bulldogs

TRENTON — The Pictou County Peewee AAA Crushers defeated the Antigonish Bulldogs 5-2 on Saturday in Trenton and tied the Bulldogs 4-4 on Sunday in Antigonish to wind up their regular season in the Mainland Peewee AAA Hockey League. Keagan Dalton scored twice and Ben Manos, Landon Steele and Lane Sim got the other goals...

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Scotians host Blazers after clipping Colts

TRENTON — The Pictou County Scotians will host the Sackville Blazers on Sunday in their next Nova Scotia Junior Hockey league game in Trenton. The Scotians will visit the Liverpool Privateers on Saturday and visit the Strait Pirates on November 30 to complete this month’s schedule for them. Colin Holmes and Jacob Pentz each collected...

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Scotians host Maple Leafs Sunday

TRENTON — The Pictou County Scotians will host the Valley Maple Leafs on Sunday at 6 p.m. in their home game in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League at Treton rink. The Scotians split two games last weekend before their scheduled visit to Brookfield to play the Elks on Tuesday. They edged the host Junior...

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Scotians keep hopes alive

TRENTON — The Pictou County Scotians have a rare comeback in their sights. The Scotians have rallied from three straight losses against the Antigonish Bulldogs with two wins to force a sixth game in their best-of-seven Sid Rowe Division semifinal series in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League. Their latest win was by a 5-3...

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Scotians host Blues Sunday

TRENTON — The Pictou County Scotians will try to improve on their recent performance by hosting the Cumberland County Blues on Sunday in Trenton in their next home game in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League. The Scotians will also visit the Junior Miners in Membertou today in a game rescheduled from January 13. The...

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Scotians test CB team twice

TRENTON – The Pictou County Scotians will play the Junior Miners from Cape Breton twice this weekend in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League. The teams will meet on Saturday in Membertou and on Sunday at 7 p.m. on Trenton. The Scotians head into this week comfortably in second place in the Sid Rowe Division...

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Scotians test CB teams

TRENTON — It’s early in the season, but the Pictou County Scotians appear ready to defend their Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League championship. The Scotians will face the two Cape Breton teams this weekend after defeating the host East Hants Penguins 6-4 last Friday and downing the Cumberland County Blues 4-2 on Sunday in Trenton...

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Museum of Industry working to clean artifacts

STELLARTON — First, there was the big dig. Now comes the big cleanup, and the Museum of Industry is offering people the opportunity to clean artifacts made of iron and other materials that were uncovered last year. “We’re cleaning artifacts and inviting the public to our workshop,” said Debra McNabb, the museum’s director. People can...

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