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AUS hockey results (from Antigonish Sunday)

StFX X-Women - 4
Moncton Blue Eagles - 1

StFX goals: Emerson Elliott (3), Daley Oddy

The X-Women (9-1-2), who have won four of their last five, are first in the seven-team conference with 20 points, a point up on second-place Saint Mary's.

The season series is tied 1-1.

Photo credit: Lauren Tidd/AUS (www.goxgo.ca)

 

AUS basketball results (from St. John's Sunday)

Men:

Memorial Seahawks - 80
StFX X-Men - 76

StFX leading scorer: Julius Antoine (21 points)

The X-Men (1-4), who split their weekend games in Newfoundland, are tied with Memorial for sixth in the eight-team conference with two points, two points behind Cape Breton for fifth, and two points ahead of last-place UPEI.


Women:

Memorial Seahawks - 87
StFX X-Women - 66

StFX leading scorer: Jessica Miller (12 points)

The winless X-Women (0-6), who lost both their weekend games in Newfoundland, are last in their eight-team conference, four points behind Dalhousie and UPEI, who are tied for sixth.

Photo credit: Jenna Robertson/AUS (www.goxgo.ca)

 

Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (Sunday Results From Moncton)

Cape Breton Screaming Eagles- 5

Moncton Wildcats- 2

   

Bulldogs, Blues square off in divisional match-up

The Antigonish Bulldogs host the Cumberland Co. Blues in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League.

It's a match-up of the two teams at the bottom of the five-team Sid Rowe Division- Antigonish is fourth, while Cumberland Co. is last.

It's the second game of the season between the teams, who met in Springhill Nov. 12- the Bulldogs doubled the Blues 8-4.

Dave Synishin, Antigonish's head coach, tells The Hawk the Blues are better than their record indicates.

"They actually have a pretty good team- they were up on us 2-0 and 3-1 (Nov. 12), we outshot them by a pretty big margin, but they were a good hockey team," he says. "I imagine they're going to look for a little revenge, and we'll have to just be prepared for them coming hard."

Puck drop at the Antigonish Arena is 7:30 p.m.

 

Two athletes, one builder, one team to join Wall of Fame

The newest members of the Port Hawkesbury Sports Wall of Fame will be inducted Sunday afternoon.

Jason Lukeman, a swimmer, and Jerry Burke, a hockey and basketball player, will be added to the Wall as athletes.

Billy Joe MacLean is part of the 2017 class as a builder; MacLean, the former mayor of the Town of Port Hawkesbury, was the president of the 1967-68 Strait Pirates, who won the Atlantic Jr. B hockey championship, and also served on building committees for SAERC and the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre.

The 1984 Chafe's Irving Cardinals baseball team will be inducted as a team.

The ceremony takes place in the Bear Head Room of the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre at 2 p.m.

   

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