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Big win, big game. Jenna Jones has done everything in her power to keep the Moncton Mystics’ offence in motion this Maritime Women’s Basketball Association. She certainly played a massive role in helping provide Moncton with its first win of the season. For her efforts, the former University of Prince Edward Island Panther, has been...
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Halifax Hornets scored 52 first half points and didn’t let off the gas, rolling to a 108-50 win over Moncton Mystics in Maritime Women’s Basketball Association play Sunday. The game was the final outing for all six MWBA teams who gathered in Moncton for six outings. Halifax moved its record to 6-2 and remains four...
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The Halifax Thunder clinched first place overall and guarantees itself a bye to the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association semifinals. Only thing left is this…can Thunder finish the regular season with a perfect 10-0 record? That’s all that awaits Halifax after it moved to 9-0 with a 77-51 win over Port City Fog of Saint John...
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Halifax Hornets received double digit points from five different players and collected a 92-72 Maritime Women’s Basketball Association win over the Port City Fog of Saint John. The game capped a three-game day at Harrison Trimble High School for the MWBA. There are three games slated for Sunday including outings at 11 a.m., 1 p.m....
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Home court, loud, loud crowd. And it all helped the Moncton Mystics, who earned a dramatic and nail-biting 70-67 win over Windsor Edge to break into the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association win column for the first time this season. Moncton moved to 1-6 on the year. Windsor fell to 3-4. The Mystics had been hanging...
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The Fredericton Freeze knocked down the most points they’ve scored this season. Didn’t matter to Halifax Thunder. Thunder dropped 11 treys along the way, withstood a fourth quarter Fredericton rally and went on to post an 88-79 win in Maritime Women’s Basketball Association play Saturday. It was the opening game of six to be played...
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Everything the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association has done this season has been a first. But in order to get to many inaugural celebrations, there has to be a past of some sort. That’s exactly what the MWBA was thinking when it named its trophy that will be handed out late afternoon on Sunday, June 26,...
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Probably didn’t see it unfolding like it unfolded. Tied 8-8 after a quarter, the host Halifax Thunder allowed only five second frame points while it found some offence, moving on to post a 72-44 over city rival Halifax Hornets. The game was played at Saint Mary’s University. Thunder, which held a 25-13 halftime lead, erupted...
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She is a difference maker and an intimidating opponent in the paint. And she’s also the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association player of the week. Kaylee Kilpatrick of Saint John’s Port City Fog is the league’s player of the week after a pair of strong performances that allowed her squad to enter a split of games...
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The atmosphere was lively and the offence was too, as the Port City Fog gave its hometown fans in Saint John reason to celebrate after a Sunday matinee. Port City earned an 80-71 win over the visiting Moncton Mystics in the lone Maritime Women’s Basketball Association game. Fog held what appeared to be a commanding...
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