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Avon View Avalanche win exciting home opener by a single point
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Ten years after high school football began in Valley, four Horton football grads on 2017 Axemen roster
Acadia Axemen improve to 2-1 with victory over St. FX X-Men
Valley Bulldogs football season starts Sunday
Team try-outs for the Valley Minor Football Association began in early August, with more than 100 players taking to the gridiron for a spot on one of the Bulldogs’ four squads. “We’ve been at it for most of the month,” said association president Rob ...
Acadia's Cherry turning heads with university football career
At around 6'6” with a playing weight in the vicinity of 300 pounds, Cherry is hard to miss, both on campus and on the field as an offensive lineman for the football Axemen. Following the 2016 season, his second with the Axemen, he was named to the ...
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 ...
Axemen football coach foresees exciting season for Acadia
After a frustrating 2016 season, where head coach Jeff Cummins dipped deep into his roster, this season so far has been a refreshing experience following Acadia’s first exhibition game Aug. 19. While the Axemen lost 20-17 to the visiting Saint Mary’s ...
Football events conclude successfully in Wolfville
The Atlantic Cup concluded on Raymond Field July 21 and the two Nova Scotia teams finished well, according to Gary Linthorne, president of Football Nova Scotia. In the bronze medal game Nova Scotia Blue defeated Prince Edward Island with a score of ...
Football events well underway in Wolfville
Nova Scotia quarterback Caleb Melanson was happy to be selected as offensive player of the game on July 14.This year’s Football Canada Cup (FCC) was held on Raymond Field and Team Nova Scotia came sixth. They lost to Team B.C. 10 – 24. Quarterback ...
U16 Team Nova Scotia scores shutout win over New Brunswick at Maritime Challenge in Wolfville
When the two teams first squared off earlier this year, Team Nova Scotia scored a 49-0 win. In the rematch at Acadia University’s Raymond Field in Wolfville on June 25, the Nova Scotia players had another strong showing, this time scoring a 40-0 ...
LIVING THE DREAM: Black River resident prepping for Football Canada Cup in Wolfville
The 17-year-old Black River resident will suit up for Team Nova Scotia when the Football Canada Cup comes to Acadia University’s Raymond Field July 8-14. The elite, eight-team tournament was last hosted in Wolfville in 2010. “The Football Canada Cup ...
Cobequid Educational Centre quarterback to play for Acadia
The 17-year-old Grade 12 student at Cobequid Educational Centre is anxious to see how he fares at the AUS level. The six-foot one, 185-pound pivot has started at quarterback for CEC for the last three years and hopes to continue in that role at ...