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Windsor Outlasts Port City

It was a grind. For both teams. In the end, the edge went to Nova Scotia’s Windsor Edge, downing Saint John’s Port City Fog, 83-74 in Maritime Women’s Basketball Association quarter-final play Friday. Windsor, entering play as the Nova Scotia No. 3 seed, will now face regular season champion Halifax Thunder in semifinal play Saturday....
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Hornets Off to Semifinal Dance

It was close early, but the Halifax Hornets and their depth would prevail, sending the second place team during the regular season on to Saturday’s semifinal. Halifax stopped the Moncton Mystics, 85-67 on Friday in the first-ever playoff game for the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association. All six teams are at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax...
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MWBA Playoffs Begin Tonight

The hashtag tells everyone #nowsthetime. Sure is the time. The much-anticipated pursuit of the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association’s Legacy Cup begins in earnest Friday in Halifax at Saint Mary’s University. Two quarter-final matchups unfold for the right to play in Saturday’s semifinals. The opening game at 6 p.m. pits the Halifax Hornets against Moncton Mystics...
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Scoring Title to Edge Star

The road to a dominating offensive season started right away. It was May 14, in fact, during opening day Maritime Women’s Basketball Association play in Fredericton. Karissa Kajorinne erupted for 36 points to lead her Windsor Edge to a dramatic, 71-68 win over Saint John’s Port City Fog in that contest. For Kajorinne, the offence...
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Freeze Forward Earns Honours

The Fredericton Freeze needed a victory to assure itself a first-round playoff bye. Grace Simpson made sure that happened. Simpson scored 17 points – including nine in the decisive fourth quarter – to help the Freeze down the Moncton Mystics, 75-65 in the last regular season game in the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association on June...
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Playoff Fever in the Air

Next step, playoffs. After a remarkable 27-month build up and the first-ever Maritime Women’s Basketball Association regular season behind us, it’s time to pursue the Legacy Cup. It all gets under way Friday at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax with all six teams landing in the Nova Scotia capital. Quarter-final Friday opens at 6 p.m....
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Freeze Clinch Top NB Seed

Fredericton Freeze clinched top New Brunswick seed and the automatic semifinal bye that comes with it. Freeze, playing at home, downed Moncton Mystics, 75-65 in a back-and-forth outing on Sunday. It all means the playoff scenario has been completed for the Legacy Cup this weekend in Halifax from Friday through Sunday. Halifax Thunder and Freeze...
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Hornets Earn Road Triumph

Halifax Hornets posted their eighth win of the season, this one a road triumph, downing host Windsor Edge, 58-49 Saturday in Maritime Women’s Basketball Association play. The game marked the end of the regular season for both teams. Hornets finished 8-2 and Edge is 4-6 as the teams prepare for next week’s championship weekend. The...
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Questions Soon to be Answered

There are some facts. Halifax Thunder has finished the inaugural Maritime Women’s Basketball Association season undefeated, riding a perfect 10-0 campaign into next weekend’s Legacy Cup championship. Halifax Hornets are going to finish second overall and second in Nova Scotia, but still have a game to play, that one coming Saturday afternoon, a 2 p.m....
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