Wally Ellenson slams home two of his 16 points which earned him player of the game. JOE CHASE PHOTO S U N D A Y After needing double-overtime to decide a winner in Game One the St. John’s Edge made quick work of the Windsor Express on Sunday afternoon with a 119-107 victory
Ryan Derosiers It was a close race but Clarenville Caribous forward Ryan Derosiers won the playoff scoring race in the Central West Senior Hockey League by one point over teammate Kevin Reid. Players Teams GP G A PTS Ryan Desrosiers Clarenville Ford Caribous 10 7 10 17 Kevin Reid Clarenville Ford Caribous 10 9
1 vs. 2 Game: Colin Thomas 202 020 00 = 6 Andrew Symonds 020 300 21 = 8 Except for a final end winning point and a blank by Therapeutic Services Physiotherapy in the 6th end, all the ends saw multiple points put on the board. The lead changed hands four times.
Chislett Whitten Law have advanced to the final of the Metro Basketball League. Paul Morgan scored 22 points and Chislett Whitten Law defeated Dr. Leslie Moss Professional Medical Corporation 58-50 to win the best of three series in straight games, John Madden scored 25 points for the losers Fougere Menchenton Architecture tied
S U N D A Y Mount Pearl Blades are the 2017-18 St. John’s Junior Hockey League champions following a 5-1 win over CBR Renegades Sunday at the Glacier. Its the 5th Junior Hockey title for Mount Pearl. They claimed titles in 1986, 2003, 2007 and 2009. Michael Broaders, Mitchell McGrath, Stephen Predham,
S U N D A Y The St. John’s Caps are the East Coast Senior Hockey League champions. John Ryan scored at 4:16 of overtime to give the Caps a 5-4 win over Southern Shore Breakers. They win the best of seven final four games to two and now face Clarenville Caribous in
Sport Newfoundland and Labrador has announced the finalists for this year’s Provincial Annual Awards. The awards will be presented during the 2018 Stars and Legends Awards Gala slated for April 21at the Sheraton Hotel. Junior Female Athlete of the Year Award: Camryn Bonia (Athletics) Maggie Connors (Hockey) Kate Sullivan (Swimming)
Memorial fall to 1-4 after two losses Monday. Memorial lost 14-4 to Brock and 11-6 to Thompson Rivers.
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