Nova Scotia makes it to championship pool of mixed curling national
YARMOUTH – Paul Flemming’s Nova Scotia team has made it to the championship pool of the Canadian mixed curling championships taking place at the Mariners Centre in Yarmouth.
U18 girls win bronze at soccer provincials. Back row: team manager Crystal Barr, Allie Munroe, Bryce Muise, Shayna Heroux, Alyssa Olsen, Riley MacDonald, Kaylee Blair, Julie Philips, Sophie Atkinson, Lyndsey Minard, coach Craig Minard. Middle row: Emma Legere, Courtney Hurlburt, Brianna Deon, Ocean Atwood, Sydney Barr. Front: goalie Emma Atkinson
The Yarmouth Clippers U18 girls’ soccer team won the bronze medal at provincials in Sydney.
Yarmouth was edged out by Cole Harbour in its first match 2-1 (Cole Harbour scored the winning goal with just over a minute left in the same). Yarmouth won its second game over Amherst 2-1. Yarmouth then shut out Riverview, Cape Breton 9-0.
Had Cole Harbour lost to Amherst the Yarmouth team would have played for gold. Instead Cole Harbour defeated Amherst 1-0, meaning Yarmouth played for bronze.
Yarmouth defeated Halifax 3-2 in a shootout for the bronze medal victory.