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Underrated, but not to be overlooked
Clarenville goalie to guard Team NL’s crease at Canada Games
Clarenville Canada Games skier competes at Eastern Canadian Championships
Newfoundland and Labrador out of medal hunt in Canada Games male hockey
Four Labrador Special Olympians ready to compete in first winter games
CANADA WINTER GAMES: Newfoundland and Labrador's male hockey team chasing down playoff spot today
Ready to dance: brother, sister duo ready to compete for Team NL at Canada Winter Games
A brother and sister figure skating duo who train in Labrador City are hoping to make their mark as they prepare for the next milestone in their careers: skating on the national stage at the Canada Games. James and Norah Levesque-Morrisette live ...
Mount Pearl teen Zach Dean has plenty of hockey upside, but first will skate in Canada Winter Games
His name is Zach Dean, and most hockey fans in this province haven’t heard of him. They will. Dean is a just-turned-16-year-old hockey player from Mount Pearl who will be suiting up for Newfoundland and Labrador at the Canada Winter Games ...
St. Anthony hockey player heading to 2019 Global Girls Game
Jenna Diamond will be spending her 14th birthday playing hockey against some of the finest young female hockey players across Canada. The St. Anthony native was one of two bantam female hockey players from Newfoundland and Labrador selected to ...
Mushers considering boycotting Labrador Winter Games
A group of mushers in Labrador is looking at boycotting the Labrador Winter Games (LWG) unless the dog sled races are changed from exhibition sport back to being a regular event. Dog team racing was always part of the LWG, with the races counting ...
Clarenville table tennis player to represent province at Canada Games
Clarenville’s 17-year-old Tyler Green will represent the province this week in table tennis at the Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alberta. Green’s path to making Team NL was one of chance and tiebreakers. Having picked up the ...
Medals abound for Clarenville Velocity gymnasts at Dream Big meet
Eight gymnasts from Clarenville Velocity prevailed this past weekend at the Campia Dream Big Gymnastics meet in Mount Pearl, capturing medals in their competition at the event. Each girl performed a routine in each event — floor exercise, ...
St. Anthony youth dance to figure skating provincials
Two of St. Anthony’s best and brightest young figure skaters are heading to provincials. Northern Blades Figure Skating Club members Basia Krupski, 13, and Maggie Power, 10, have qualified for the Skate Canada Newfoundland and Labrador ...
West Coast Senior Hockey League reshuffles the deck after winter weather wrecks weekend
After the past two weekends of scheduled West Coast Senior Hockey League play have been wiped out due to winter storms, the league executive has been forced to do a little scheduling on the fly this week to ensure the playoffs get underway on ...
Western Kings’ Noah Legge looks at the positives of three-week hiatus in semifinal playoff series
It was a good weekend for the Dennis GM Western Kings. The third-ranked team in the Newfoundland and Labrador Major Midget Hockey League playoffs earned a split on the road against the St. John’s Maple Leafs, a club that finished 16 points ...
Corner Brook's Gary Oke rink wins provincial senior men’s curling championship
A double takeout in the seventh end resulted in four points and a provincial senior men’s curling championship for the Gary Oke rink of Corner Brook. Oke and his rink — consisting of Blair Fradsham, Mike Mullins and Dennis Bruce ...