Memorial lost it’s opening game at the Canadian universities women’s curling playdowns in Alberta. The MUN rink skipped by Rebecca Roberts lost 7-6 to Alberta. They play Queens in their second game later Saturday TEAMS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 FINAL Alberta Pandas (1-0) 0
Dr Leslie Moss Professional Medical Corporation and M5 advanced to the semi-finals of the Metro Basketball League. In quarter final play Thursday night Dr Leslie Moss defeated Marco Construction 55-50. John Madden led the winners with 25 points. Brad Drover had 20 for the losers. M5 moved on with a close 50-44
Despite the skeptics–The St. John’s Edge Basketball team has been a success story. To date the Edge have been competitive fighting for first place in their division and also making the playoffs in their first season. Figures in attendance show the team has been a success at the box office. The
The Edge finished their last regular season road game with a convincing win 118-103 over Niagara River Lions on Thursday night. Charles Hinkle led the winners with a 35 point performance. Wally Ellenson backed him with 32 points. Carl English didn’t play this game as he was suspended by the league because of his
St. John’s Caps have taken a two games to one lead over Southern Shore in the East Coast Senior Hockey best of seven final series. The Caps get a goal by Justin O’Rielley at 19:04 of the second period that stood up as the game winner as the Caps down the Shore 3-1.
FINAL Harold Walters and his rink of Wendy Dunne, Stephen Trickett and Carolyn Walters are the 2018 provincial mixed curling champions. Walters and his rink defeated Chris Ford and his team if Brook Godsland, Zach Young and Kate Murphy 7-4 in the final game. TEAMS 1 2 3 4
The St. John’s Edge (22-14) fell to the Windsor Express (19-16) 108-95 on Saturday night. Both teams struggled with scoring in the first half by combining for only 86 points at halftime. The Express found their spark in the third quarter and kept momentum throughout the second half to secure just their first home
The game went to overtime and when the dust settled CBR Renegades edged Mount Pearl Blades 5-4 in the opening game of the best of seven St. John’s Junior Hockey League final series.
St.John’s Caps won the opening game of the best of seven east coast hockey final edging Southern Sore 4-3 at the Mobile area. Jon Caul scored what turned out to the the game winning goal at 13:17 of the third period. Robert Ider, Jeremy Barron and Matthew Fewer also scored for the
The Clarenville Caribous are the 2017-18 Central West Hockey League champions. They beat Gander Flyers 6-5 Friday night to take the best of seven final series for games to one. Clarenville well they will play the winner of the East Coast Hockey League in a best of seven final for the Herder