Tickets are now on sale for St. Anthony’s dinner theatre production of ‘Uncle Phil’s Diner’.
This year’s performance, featuring the music, dancing and fashions of the 1950s, comes to life in the parish hall in Berwick on Nov. 14 and 15 and Nov. 21 and 22. The menu is a delicious turkey dinner with all the trimmings. Dinner guests are invited to add to the fun by coming in 1950s attire.
The church’s annual fall dinner theatre is usually a sold out event. Contact Dorothy at 538-7407 to book tickets.
The Valley junior A Wildcats gained a split of two weekend games on the road, edging Summerside 4-3 in a shootout Oct. 18, then dropping a 5-4 decision Oct. 19 in Dieppe.
The split leaves the Wildcats second in the Maritime Hockey League’s Eastlink Division with a record of six wins, seven losses, one overtime loss and one shootout loss for 14 points, three behind first-place Pictou County.
In Summerside, John Deacon and Jean-Marc Evans-Renaud scored in the shootout, with Evans-Renaud getting credit for the game-winner after the teams battled through regulation time and overtime tied at three.
The Wildcats had to battle back to force an overtime. Summerside took a 2-0 lead after one period on goals by Thomas Stavert and Sam Jay. Maxim Pire then made it 3-0 with the only goal of the second period.
Evans-Renaud got the Wildcats on the board after just 42 seconds of the third period. Jeremy Butterworth made it 3-2 at 7:42, and Nick Bruce’s power play goal at 16:49 tied the score and forced overtime.
Summerside had a wide 59-32 margin in shots on goal, and Will King was solid in the Valley goal, making 56 saves.
The following day in Dieppe, the Commandos led 2-1 after one period, 4-2 after 40 minutes, and 5-2 after just 1:29 of the third period.
The Wildcats struck back on goals by Mike Molloy on the power play and Brandon Worthen, but ended up one goal short at the final buzzer.
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