MWBA - Maritime Womens Basketball Association

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The Miramichi Her-Icanes did not exist this time last year. Fast forward to 2024 and the ‘Canes’ star player is the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association regular season scoring champion. Lauren Rainford averaged 23.5 points per game this season with the Miramichi expansion squad. She capped her remarkable season with 25 points Sunday in a loss...
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Well, it’s official. Halifax Thunder is a perfect 30-for-30 when it comes to regular season games played and regular season wins in the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association. Thunder kept its mark intact Sunday with a wildly-entertaining and offensive-minded 99-87 win over city rival Halifax Hornets which held a halftime lead. The squad finished 10-0. Sandy...
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Fredericton Freeze appeared out of contention in this game. The Freeze had blown two leads of seven points in the first half and watched Miramichi Her-Icanes take control of the game including entering the fourth quarter. That’s when things changed for the hometown Freeze. Fredericton outscored Miramichi 20-9 in the pivotal fourth quarter and would...
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The Fredericton Freeze has two scenarios awaiting Sunday. Win, stay home for the playoffs. Lose, hit the road. The Freeze want to stay at home, thanks. The 10-game Maritime Women’s Basketball Association regular season will come to a close on Father’s Day and the Freeze will be on home court, hosting Miramichi Her-Icanes. Game time...
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Only one New Brunswick-based team has won a game on the road this season in the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association. The home court advantage stood tall again Friday in Saint John. Hometown Port City Fog dropped visiting Moncton Mystics, 74-54 in the league’s lone game. Fog moved to 5-4 and into a third place tie...
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Fredericton Freeze needed a road win. They got it the old-fashioned way Thursday night in Moncton. Tenacious defence and timely scoring sparked the Freeze to an entertaining and wildly physical 81-62 win over hometown Moncton Mystics in Maritime Women’s Basketball Association play. Fredericton moved to 5-4. Moncton slipped to 3-6. Both teams have one game...
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The Halifax Thunder is a win away from its third consecutive undefeated Maritime Women’s Basketball Association season. Halifax rolled past Lake City 56ers of Dartmouth, 89-57 on Thursday to move to 9-0 on the season. Thunder finishes play Sunday, visiting Halifax Hornets in a 3 p.m. contest at Mount St. Vincent University. Thursday’s game was...
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Kaylee Kilpatrick is the reigning MVP of the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association. Can she also add the league’s all-time leading scoring honour to her mantle? The former University of New Hampshire Wildcats’ star and long-time pro is within striking distance of taking over the MWBA’s all-time scoring lead as her Port City Fog of Saint...
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The Maritime Women’s Basketball Association does not have a crystal ball in the basement of its head office. Which means no one can predict the MWBA’s playoff future. That means – much to the delight of players and fans alike – it’s going to have be sorted out on the floor. Just like the schedule-maker...
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It took a lot longer than the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association thought it would, but the Halifax Hornets are off the schnide. Halifax, entering Sunday’s game at 0-8, took matters into their own hands and found resolve, posting a 78-72 win over Miramichi Her-Icanes, wiping out a small halftime deficit in the process. Hometown Miramichi...
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