Three teams are tied for first place in the St. John’s Curling Club Super Curling League. Colin Thomas, Paul Harvey and Adam Boland both have eight wins. Andrew Symonds rink is next with six wins.
The 26th annual Margaret Breen Memorial Metro Basketball League tournament is underway. Game # 1 Chislett Whitten Law 47 –Maries Mini Mart 31 Colin McNeil of the winners was games top scorer with 17 points Game # 2 Dr. Leslie Moss Professional Medical Corporation 36– Fougere Menchenton Architecture Inc 34
The St. John’s Edge dropped their second game on their current road trip on Wednesday night losing 121-115 to London. The Edge are now 11-7 on the season. The Edge get a 19 point performance from Alex Johnson . Coron Williams chad a 17 point performance. Jarion Henry contributed 15
It appears from a statement from the Clarenville Caribous that they may have been on the verge of folding. The Club in a statement said that “hardship reached a cross-roads for the 2017-18 season last week, with a meeting between Caribous General Manager Ivan Hapgood, Chairperson Derek MacPhee and Team Captain Dustin
The Newfoundland and Labrador women’s junior team has a 5-2 record at the nationals. The MacKenzie Glynn rink lost to New Brunswick 5-3. They play Quebec at 11 o clock Thursday island time.
S U N D A Y The Cataracts made it two weekend wins beating the St Johns Caps 4-2. Michael Brent, Steve Yetman, Andrew Paul and Danny Wicks scored the Cataracts goals. Gander blasted Northeast Eagles 12-1. Paul Hutchings had three goals for the the Flyers with Andrew Ryan, Brandon Hynes and Graham
S A T U R D A Y Saturday nights game in Stephenville has been postponed due to unsafe travel conditions. A makeup date will be announced in the near future. F R I D A Y Deer Lake Red Wings score three first period goals and added two in the second
S A T U R D A Y Memorial Sea Hawks women’s basketball team improved to 9-5 on the season Saturday beating Dalhousie Tigers 76-65. Halle Nickerson was the Memorial top scorer with 25 points and teammate Lindsay Taylor added 20. TEAMS 1 2 3 4 FINAL Memorial 21 18
S A T U R D A Y Coady Barron scored three goals leading Roebothan, McKay and Marshall Avalon Capitals to a 5-4 win over St. John’s Caps in St John’s junior hockey play Saturday. Iain Gambin and Cameron Dunne had the other markers. Casey Hancock scored twice for the losers
S A T U R D A Y The largest crowd of the season 4946 saw the Edge win their 11th game of the season beating Kitchener Waterloo Titans 109-99. Charles Hinkle had 31 points in this game for the Edge and he went seven for 12 from three point