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The Sackville Tribune Post
Jenna Conter: Always up for some Olympic air
Tim Arsenault: Cleansing the Olympic palate
Sackville's lady hockey Titans bring home banner from Perth-Andover tournament
Jenna Conter: Olympic Luge - the slide that binds
Tim Arsenault: Olympic dopes use dope
Tim Arsenault: Pity the fool who isn’t into Olympic curling
Tim Arsenault: Predictions questioned and questions predicted for this Olympics
The Olympics are the Super Bowl of global sporting events, if their mutual fondness for Roman numerals is anything to go by. Soccer’s quadrennial World Cup comes pretty close, but it’s hard to beat the international ...
Armchair Olympians Day 8
Caffeine and conviction key to being Armchair Olympian Every Olympian makes sacrifices and our Armchair Olympians are no different. Sure, there are varying degrees of sacrifice. They might not have spent most of ...
Jenna Conter: Olympics from the armchair, sleepless glory
It’s that time of every-four-years again where we muster up the strength, conviction and dedication to become experts in competitive winter sports we don’t ever really watch. This doesn’t make our dedicated analysis of each ...
Area athletes, volunteers honoured at Sackville Sport Recognition Night
SACKVILLE, N.B. – It became obvious last Thursday evening that the sporting fraternity has reached a peak in Sackville with parents, coaches and fans working together to produce one success story after another. The 13th annual Sackville ...
Sackville's Lucas Cormier helped Canada’s U18 team defeat US counterparts
SACKVILLE, N.B. – Lucas Cormier may be merely 17-years of age but he has a football regime that would fill a book and it was just topped off last week as he played a role in helping Canada’s U18 team defeat their counterparts from the ...
Arena Memories - Steve Clayton talks about Bridgetown’s rink, years gone by, the future
BRIDGETOWN - If you haven’t been inside the Bridgetown and District Memorial Arena lately, maybe you should take in a hockey game or two. Or just go skating. The place is in better shape than ever. Mark Goudge, SaltWire Network’s ...
Search continues for new Mountie football head coach
SACKVILLE, N.B. – It seems to be taking an inordinate amount of time for Mount Allison University to name a new head coach and athletic director Pierre Arsenault is still declining to set a time frame when such an announcement could take ...
Tantramar Regional High School athletes also excel in classroom
SACKVILLE, N.B. – Varsity athletes – those who play on teams representing Tantramar Regional High School – carry a higher Grade Point Average (GPA) than the general student population, according to principal Susan Lafford. This ...
Canada West dominates at World Junior A Challenge
TRURO, N.S. - They were Canada West throughout the tournament but make no mistake, they were Team Canada on Saturday. A thunderous capacity crowd at the Rath-Eastlink Community Centre went home happy after cheering Canada West on to the gold ...
Sackville's lady hockey Titans post one win, two losses in Bleu et Or Female Hockey Tournament
MONCTON, N.B. – The Tantramar Titans participated in the Bleu et Or Female Hockey Tournament in Moncton this past weekend, posting one win and two losses throughout the competition. In the first game of the round-robin, the Titans were ...