MWBA - Maritime Womens Basketball Association

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It was quite a weekend for Karissa Kajorinne. Her work earned the Thunder Bay, ON, native the first-ever Maritime Women’s Basketball Association player of the week award. One player from all six MWBA teams was selected to enter the player of the week voting. The decision was made by a three-member MWBA voting committee following...
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Two major players from across the country joined the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association’s (MWBA) roster as League Founding Partners and were rewarded with a remarkable opening weekend May 14 and 15 in Fredericton. ROYALE®, A PURR-oudly Atlantic Canadian™ household tissue company, loved by Canadians since 1963, and Medavie, a national health solutions partner, announced three-year...
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After a remarkably successful opening weekend for the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association, it’s back to work for four teams on Thursday night. The six-team MWBA launched its inaugural season May 14 and 15 in Fredericton with all teams playing under one roof. Played before near capacity crowds, the league received nation-wide interest all weekend, setting...
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Fredericton Freeze was down 10 points and, truth be known, in didn’t look good. It was getting late and it appeared the hometown squad would fall to 0-2 on the opening weekend of Maritime Women’s Basketball Association play against the Windsor Edge. But the comeback came swiftly, a combination of big-time three-pointers, a steal and...
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Halifax Hornets had a solid first half, limiting Moncton to 20 points and the went on to down the Mystics, 86-56 in the second Maritime Women’s Basketball Association game of Sunday. Action is being held at Leo Hayes High School. Arianna Macias sparked a balanced Halifax attack with 16 points. Chantel Smith had 15 and...
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Halifax Thunder is heading home with a pair of wins to take with it across the provincial border. Thunder finished the opening weekend of Maritime Women’s Basketball Association with a 2-0 record following Sunday’s spirited 73-57 win over Port City Fog of Saint John in the opening game of the day. Port City slipped to...
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The Halifax Hornets showed some sting, coming back from an eight-point halftime deficit and held on down the stretch, eeking out a 71-66 victory over the Fredericton Freeze in Maritime Women’s Basketball Association play Saturday. The game ended a remarkable three-game scene on the MWBA’s inaugural weekend. Action continues tomorrow at Leo Hayes High School...
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This one came down to the wire and a piece of iron. What a basketball game. Nova Scotia’s Windsor Edge put together a solid effort and held on for a dramatic 71-68 win over Port City Fog of Saint John in Maritime Women’s Basketball Association play Saturday in Fredericton. Port City’s Kaylee Kilpatrick’s attempt to...
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Halifax Thunder and Moncton Mystics tipped off the first-ever Maritime Women’s Basketball Association Saturday afternoon. It was a neck-and-neck battle through the first half, before the Thunder pulled ahead, extinguishing a late Moncton push to post an eventual 83-63 win at Leo Hayes High School in Fredericton. A crowd of approximately 135 took in the...
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The Windsor Edge is ready to make its mark in the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association. The Nova Scotia-based Edge released its roster, featuring a number of present day USPORTS and Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association players under head coach Lonnie States. Windsor, along with the other five MWBA teams, open the inaugural season May 14 to...
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