Former Windsor Regional High School students invited to special 50-year reunion
King's-Edgehill School graduates receive $1 million-plus in scholarships
SLIDESHOW: Families flock to annual Falmouth Teddy Bear Jamboree
Faith in Nova Scotia justice system rocked: Hants County mother speaks out ...
Martock Glass focuses on providing quality service, Atlantic-made products to Valley residents
White Rock Rockies looking for improved offence after tough start to season
Greenwood Amateur Radio Club hosts field day June 23 in Wilmot
Hantsport Shamrocks sitting at the top of NSIBL standings
Valley organization donates to Windsor Senior Citizens Bus Society
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White Rock Rockies get 2018 season off to a shaky start
Competition heating up in NSIBL: Windsor Knights score two thrilling wins over Pictou
Avalanche girls win six straight to claim invitational softball tournament gold
White Rock Rockies come from behind, win league championship
The Charros finished five games ahead of the Rockies in the regular season standings but during the championship final, the Rockies defeated them 2-1 to take home the championship title. The Sept. 16 final saw the Rockies capture their second ...
‘Conflagration of bad luck’ ends baseball season for Kentville Wildcats
Head coach Ian Mosher said they had to win all three home games against Sydney on Sept. 1 and 2 and they needed Dartmouth to beat Truro on Sept. 3 to keep the season alive. If Kentville had won all three games and Dartmouth was victorious, this ...
Noel Road Jays lose in bid for fourth NS Championship
The championship game was tight through four innings with the Pirates leading 1-0 before the Pirates exploded for ten runs in their half of the fifth for an 11-0 win as the game was called after five due to the ten run rule. The Pirates win surprised ...
White Rock Rockies final home game Thursday night
Despite the solid pitching record, the Rockies were still only able to come up with a split of their twin-bill with the Nova Scotia Canada Games Team. In the opener, the Rockies won 7-0. Schofield just missed a no-hitter in the ...
Hants County teams dominate NSIBL All-Star and Gold Glove selections
Players from the Noel Road Jays, Hantsport Shamrocks and Windsor Knights were named or were tied for 17 of the 18 All-Star and Gold Glove Teams for the 2017 Nova Scotia Intermediate Baseball League Season on Aug. 26 The only position where a Hants ...
Noel Road Jays victorious in NSIBL championship
In the first game of what Hantsport was hoping would be a doubleheader, the Shamrocks took a 4-0 lead into the bottom of the fifth inning when their momentum collapsed as the Jays scored seven times on six hits and were also assisted by two Hantsport ...
Noel Road Blue Jays advance to NSIBL championship final, opponent to be determined Sunday
In order to win against the Blue Jays, the team must defeat them twice. This is because Noel Road has yet to lose a game during the championship weekend while the Knights and Hantsport both have one loss apiece. The following is a recap of the ...
Windsor Knights clinch second place standing in NSIBL while weather wreaks havoc with schedule
But that wasn’t the case, with the Shamrocks playing only 21 of their 28 regular season games - their final seven all postponed due to rain. The first postponement was in Noel Road on Aug. 6, when the second game of a twin-bill had to be ...
Windsor Knights fighting hard for third place finish of regular season
The Knights gave themselves a huge lift on Aug. 13 by sweeping the Truro Bearcats in a doubleheader in Windsor, with scores of 4-3 in nine innings and 3-2. Both games were seesaw battles with excellent play demonstrated by both ...
Kentville Wildcats celebrate 40 years of baseball with home win, original roster reunion
The 40th anniversary of the Wildcats was celebrated at Memorial Park on Aug. 13, as the home team took on Dartmouth. The event included a reunion of several original roster members. The fans and originals were not to be disappointed, as Kentville ...