MWBA - Maritime Womens Basketball Association

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The Fredericton Freeze is not built to score big numbers. Halifax Thunder is. Although the Freeze held a 52-49 halftime lead following a wildly exciting and offensive-minded first 20 minutes, the Thunder would find its groove and move to 8-0 on the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association season, winning an 88-79 decision over hometown Fredericton. Freeze...
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Unbelievable. Do you have a better word? Hometown Miramichi Her-icanes held an eight-point halftime lead at home, but couldn’t hold it, losing a dramatic 61-60 decision to Halifax Thunder in front of a wildly entertaining crowd at Miramichi Valley High School on Saturday night. The game capped an amazing day of MWBA action that saw...
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Courtney Thompson is having a memorable Maritime Women’s Basketball Association season. She continued her solid campaign Saturday afternoon with a game high 21 points and hometown Port City Fog made things very interesting in the MWBA with a 66-56 win over Halifax Hornets. Port City improved to 4-4 and climbed into a two-way third place...
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A rollercoaster of emotions. Certainly a rollercoaster of lead changes. In the end, when it mattered the most, visiting Moncton Mystics won a heart-stopping 82-80 overtime Maritime Women’s Basketball Association outing over Lake City 56ers in Dartmouth on Saturday afternoon. Moncton forced overtime with eight seconds left when Lindsay Black scored on a layup following...
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The Moncton Mystics needed a Maritime Women’s Basketball Association win on Thursday. They got it. Moncton pulled out a big 82-72 victory over visiting Port City Fog of Saint John in the lone MWBA game. This one was played at Harrison Trimble High School. The Mystics moved to 2-5 on the season and creep a...
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The Maritime Women’s Basketball Association is getting down to crunch time. The Pro*Line Stadium Series Legacy Cup championship is set for Dalhousie University in Halifax from June 22 to 23 with the Final Quartet. It’s shaping up to be an amazing stretch run over the next two weeks, leading into the MWBA’s exciting new playoff...
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The Lake City 56ers couldn’t miss early. Fredericton Freeze couldn’t hit early. It appeared to spell doom for the hometown Freeze on Sunday afternoon in front of a raucous crowd at the Lady Beaverbrook Gymnasium. Cue the comeback. Fredericton roared back in an emotional and physical encounter to snap the 56ers’ six-game win streak with...
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Lake City 56ers are continuing to make Maritime Women’s Basketball Association noise. The Dartmouth-based 56ers handed Saint John’s Port City Fog a 75-66 setback on Saturday night to open their New Brunswick road swing in impressive fashion. Lake City moved its record to 6-1 and remain tied with undefeated Halifax Thunder (6-0) atop the standings....
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It’s not how you start, it’s how you finish. Just ask the Miramichi Her-Icanes. Miramichi was outscored 14-3 at one stretch early in the contest, but maintained its composure and battled all the way back to post an impressive 70-62 Maritime Women’s Basketball Association victory over the hometown Halifax Hornets. The game was played at...
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The Moncton Mystics had a full tank of gas in the first half. The needle dipped in the second. Leading 41-40 at halftime over Halifax, the Thunder turned up the heat over the last 20 minutes, pushing its way to an 81-66 Maritime Women’s Basketball Association win Saturday. The game was played at Harrison Trimble...
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