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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.

 

Local sports preview (Sunday)

The Northern Selects are in Bedford to finish off their home-and-home series with Metro in the Nova Scotia Female Midget AAA Hockey League.

The Selects tied Metro in Saturday's game in New Glasgow.

Sunday's game gets underway at 12 p.m.


The StFX women's hockey team hosts the Moncton Blue Eagles in AUS action.

The X-Women, ranked sixth in the country, have played the Blue Eagles once already, losing 2-1 in Moncton Nov. 3.

Puck drop at the Keating Centre in Antigonish is 2 p.m.


St. Andrews' Declan Smith, Beaver Meadow's Ryan MacLellan and the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles are on the road for the second time in as many days in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.

The Screaming Eagles, coming off an overtime loss against the Mooseheads in Halifax Saturday, visit Pleasant Valley's Jacob Hudson and the Moncton Wildcats.

The teams have split the first two games in the season series.

Game time is 3 p.m.


The StFX basketball teams finish their trip to Newfoundland when they take on the Memorial Seahawks in AUS action for the second day in a row.

The X-Men won Saturday night's men's game, while Memorial won the women's.

The women tip off at 11:30 a.m.; the men get underway at 1:30 p.m.

   

Midget AA Girls (Sunday Results From Kingston)

Cape Breton West- 5 

Valley Wild- 0


Cape Breton West goals scored by Jessie Helen MacNeil(2), Nora MacNeil(2) and Keely MacPhail.

Grace Munro had 3 shtouts over the weekend.

 

Early Bird Midget AA Tournament (Saturday Result from Charlottetown)

Antigonish midget AA Bulldogs - 3

Kent County - 2

Goal scorers were Robbie Miller, David Wallace and Peter Bekkers. 

The Bulldogs finish the tournament with two wins and a loss.

   

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