FORSEY PLACES 7TH

    Kippins native Jillian Forsey continues to impress in the cross country running events. This weekend she finished 7th at the Senior Women’s National Cross Country event in Kingston Ontario. She finished the 10 kilometer course in 34 minutes and 33.1 seconds. Forsey with that finish does quality for the selection pool for the world cross

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METRO BASKETBALL

ACW Law handed M5 just their fourth loss of the season in Metro Basketball play as they beat M5 51-39. Leon Peddle the big man in this game with 20 points for the winners. Paul Morgan added 14. Mike Fudge had 16 points for the losers. Sundance improved to 10-5 as they handed Fougere Menchenton

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MCDONALD IMPROVES TO 6-0

  Three games were played in the Bally Haly Super Curling League Tuesday night. All North Surveys skipped by Toby MacDonald defeated Osmonds Furniture skipped by Julia Pitcher 8-3. McDonald improves to 6-0. Coastal Chiropractic skipped by Matthew Smith wins his second game against four losses defeating Ken Bavis and his Technip squad 10-6. Davis falls

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BREAKERS MOVE INTO THIRD

    The Southern Shore Breakers extended their undefeated streak to three straight games with a 2-1 win over St John’s Caps on Monday night at the Mobile Arena. Goaltender Devin O’Brien was instrumental in the win as he made 49 saves over the 60 minutes. Jeremy Nicholas and Dylan Sheldon had the goals for

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OSMOND SKATES TO SILVER

  Canada’s Kaetlyn Osmond of Marystown — who was the leader after the ladies short program at the Cup of China — finished second overall at the event with 196 points after placing third in the free skate. European silver medallist Elena Radionova of Russia won the ladies event.