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Cape Breton West High School Hockey League results (from Port Hood Monday)

Dalbrae Dragons - 5
Richmond Academy Hurricanes - 0

Dalbrae goals: Griffen Spears, Alexander Hawley, Mark MacDonell, Spencer Van den Hoogan, Keegan Freimanis

Dalbrae shutout: Boyd MacIntyre

The Dragons (5-1-0) move into first-place in the six-team league with 14 points, a point up on second-place SAERC; the Hurricanes (2-7-0) are tied with Cape Breton Highlands Academy/NDA for fifth with six points, four points behind Inverness/Baddeck Academy for fourth.

 

Hockey players sweep weekly StFX awards

A pair of hockey players are the latest StFX athletes of the week.

Michael Clarke, a forward with the X-Men, won the male award after he scored the overtime winner and added an assist in Friday's 3-2 home win against UNB.

Clarke also had a hat-trick and was named player of the game in the X-Men's 6-1 home win against UPEI the next night.

Emerson Elliott, a forward with the X-Women, is the female winner; she scored the game-winning goal in Friday's 3-1 road win against Saint Mary's.

Elliott had a hat-trick and an assist in the X-Women's 4-1 home win against Moncton Sunday; she was player of the game in both wins.

 

Local sports preview (Monday)

There's one game on the local sports schedule Monday.

The Dalbrae Dragons host the Richmond Academy Hurricanes
in the Cape Breton West High School Hockey League.

Dalbrae (3-1-1-0) is second in the six-team league; the Hurricanes (2-0-6-0) are last.

Puck drop
at the Al MacInnis Sports Centre in Port Hood is 8 p.m.

   

Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League results (from Antigonish Sunday)

Antigonish Bulldogs - 5
Cumberland Co. Blues - 2

Antigonish goals: Giordano Saputo, Devin MacLaughlin, Joshua Cunningham, Patrik MacIsaac, Kurt MacLaughlin

The Bulldogs (5-9-2), who have won two of their last three, are fourth in the five-team Sid Rowe Division with 12 points, five points behind the Strait Pirates for third, and 10 points ahead of last-place Cumberland Co.

Antigonish has won the first two games in the season series between the teams.

 

Nova Scotia Female Midget AAA Hockey League results (from Bedford Sunday)

Northern Selects - 5
Metro - 1

Select goals: Eva Wornell (2), Maddie Quinn (2), Mariah Linehan

The teams tied their game in New Glasgow Saturday.

   

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