EDITORIAL: Pavlov’s smartphone
Men’s high school basketball Titans team starts season strong
Colin Robertson named Mount Allison University’s 54th Rhodes Scholar
Rural Rides expanding its pilot program in Tantramar into full-time service
Editorial: Football fever
Russell Wangersky: Guns on the job
Threat to dikes is real, says Cumberland County's EMO co-ordinator
NB government announces increased community funding, equalization grants for municipalities, rural communities, ...
Lady Titans post win, tie, loss in home tournament
Cape Breton Post
2017 AUS Loney Bowl football championship game cancelled
Former Sackville mayor, long-time football fan Bob Berry wades in on recent high school debate
Sackville's Mount Allison football Mounties win over Huskies, fail to make playoffs
Sackville's football Titans advance to semi-finals after Matadors forfeit at half in Saturday's game
X-Men topple visiting Mounties 37-0
If there is, we at The Write Call would like to hear since there seems to be no rhyme or reason for the results we have seen to date. Of course the first enigma is the manner in which the Mounties totally demolished the Acadia Axemen two weeks ago ...
Three of Sackville's TRHS football Titans named to national all-star teams
Well, if that is the case then the coaching staff of the Tantramar Titans must being a lot of things right for not one but three members have been selected to national squads. Lucas Cormier will suit up with Canada’s Under-18 team, while Oliver ...
Mount A quarterback named Atlantic University Sport offensive player of week
A second-year psychology student from Cornwall, Ont., Loucks threw three touchdowns in Mount Allison's 64-23 win Saturday over the Acadia Axemen in Sackville, N.B. The 2016 U Sports rookie of the year, Loucks went 29 for 36 for 402 yards passing and ...
Mounties open AUS season with 64-23 win over Acadia
The game was a rematch of last year's Subway AUS semi-final where the Mounties beat Acadia to advance to their fourth straight Loney Bowl. After Acadia opened the scoring with a 26-yard field goal from Jarett Sammure just five minutes into the game, ...
Cormier looking forward to AUS debut Saturday with Acadia Axemen
The 18-year-old Amherst native will get to put his skills to the test with his new team on Saturday when the Acadia Axemen travel to Sackville, N.B. to open the 2017 Atlantic University Sport football season. “It’s going to be kind of cool to be ...
Sackville's TRHS football Titans look to dominate for third straight season
That’s the word from the man who has guided the team to back-to-back New Brunswick High School Football League titles and has run up 19 consecutive victories during that time span. Head coach Scott O’Neal said last week that his players reported to ...
Sackville's football Mounties impress at pre-season Summer Showdown
Scott Brady is no different in claiming pre-season games are strictly an opportunity to assess both rookies and returnees so the best 12 players may be on the field at any given time. Well, he must have been a little impressed by what he saw on ...
Sackville welcomes record number of student-athletes for Mounties pre-season training camp
The “it” being talked about is the fact Scott Brady has welcomed just a couple shy of 100 to this year’s pre-season training camp – nearly 69 veterans and another 30 rookies. Yes, it’s a fact – last week saw the largest number of student-athletes put ...
Cormier continues at helm of Sackville's minor football association
Tim was a tough linebacker and all-around player in his youth and has never left the game he loves, even for a moment, and you will find him in the midst of the huddle whenever and wherever there is a group of youngsters with some energy to burn off. ...
Sackville's football Titans looking to extend 19-game winning streak
aLloydYes, no fewer than 15 members of the 40-man squad waltzed across Convocation Hall stage to accept evidence of their commitment to the classroom and many of them have moved on to post-secondary education in one form or another. But no fewer than ...