Great news for a Mount Pearl Baseball player. 17 year old Cole Tucker will be pursuing his baseball career Iowa Western Community College. A third baseman and shortstop Tucker played for the Newfoundland Canada Games team and also Team Atlantic. He is coached by Steve Donahue.
The Edge are back into action Thursday after a long layoff. And they play the London Lightning a team they are tied with for first place. Both teams have 16 wins on the season. The Edge will have a new player in their lineup Thursday. Ryan Reid, a native of Lauderdale Lakes Florida joins
The St. John’s Junior Hockey League has finished its regular season and it’s now onto the playoffs. The matchups are Mount Pearl against Northeast; CBR meets Trinity Placentia. Southern Shore meet Roebothan McKay and Marshall Avalon Capitals and CBN face St John’s Caps.
The top two teams in the National Basketball League will meet this Thursday. The London Lightning host the St John’s Edge. Both teams have 16 wins on the season in the Central Division. M E A N W H I L E The Edge have announced the have deactivated Vasilije Curcic because
Three young competition climbers will be representing Newfoundland and Labrador at the Canadian National Youth Bouldering championships this week at Delire Escalade in Quebec City. Erinn Locke, age 17, Lily Dubrowsk, 15 and Nathan Hesketh, 16, all earned a place at nationals after competing in the Quebec Cup provincial championships and Climbing Escalade Canada national
S U N D A Y Memorial Womens Curling team made it to the final Sunday but lost to Mount Allison 6-2. TEAMS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 FINAL Mount A 1 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 6 MUN 0 1 0 0 0 0
Memorials women’s volleyball team has lost both games this weekend to Acadia. Friday Acadia beat Memorial three sets to one. Saturday Acadia won three sets to none. Memorial are 8-12 on the season.
S U N D A Y Gander Flyers clinched first place and a bye into the finals of the Central West Senior Hockey League as they beat Clarenville Caribous 8-5 Sunday. Jordan Escott and Chad Oake scored two goals each for the Flyers. The best of seven final series will
Deer Lake Red Wings defeat Port aux Mariners 8-3 in West Coast senior hockey action Saturday night. Ryan Penney scored three times for the winners and Gary Hynes added a two goals for the winners. Corner Brook Royals defeated Stephenville Jets 5-1. Iain Pilgram had a pair of goals for
Greg Blyde and his Memorial Men’s Curling rink won it’s opening game at the AUS Curling championships beating St. F X 8-2. TEAMS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 FINAL St. FX (0-1) 0 0 0 1 1 0 x x 2 MUN (1-0) 2 0 4 0 0 2