MWBA - Maritime Womens Basketball Association

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Kaylee Kilpatrick is a force in the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association. A power forward with the Port City Fog of Saint John, Kilpatrick is the epitome of what the MWBA is all about. She starred with the University of New Hampshire Wildcats at the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I before embarking on a professional...
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Game day. The best two words in sports. As an athlete, you go to bed thinking about tomorrow’s game. As a coach, the preparation never stops. Officials ready themselves to be in preparation mode when the day arrives. And the ball goes up, points are scored, fouls are called and dozens of other incidents and...
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The Halifax Thunder went a perfect 3-0 last week to jump ahead of the overall standings. Tiffany Reynolds played a key role in that surge and, for her efforts, has been named the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association player of the week. Halifax leads the pack with a perfect 4-0 record for eight points, standing alone....
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Fast and Furious, the movie? How about Fast and Furious, the Fredericton Freeze and Moncton Mystics? The host Mystics shook off a slow first quarter start, trailing 26-18 before taking control of the contest, grabbing leads of 11 points twice entering the fourth quarter before the visitors awoke. In a big way. In a highly-entertaining...
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The long-awaited Victoria Day Weekend beckons. But before there is relaxation and acknowledging the unofficial official start to summer season, there is Maritime Women’s Basketball Association work to be done. In both provinces on Thursday night. The scene in Halifax unfolds at Saint Mary’s University when the host Halifax Thunder welcome Windsor Edge to the...
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What an opening and wide-open couple of weeks the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association has enjoyed. Right out of the gate, it is clear that parity has jumped into the six-team MWBA and that’s always a positive side when it comes to competition. As the league prepares to enter a light schedule this week leading into...
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It was neck-and-neck for almost three-and-a-half quarters. Then the Thunder found lightning. Halifax Thunder watched hometown Fredericton close to within six in the fourth quarter, but the visitors poured it on late, posting a 76-61 Maritime Women’s Basketball Association game Sunday. The game capped a six-game weekend in New Brunswick’s Capital City with all six...
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Wowza. What else can you say to describe that one? The Moncton Mystics continued to haunt teams offensively in the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association. Moncton blew a 14-point second half lead, but hung on to defeat the Halifax Hornets, 103-95 in overtime, a wild fourth quarter and extra session, Hannah Brown scored four key points...
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Port City Fog had its hands full. In fact, the Fog was on Edge. However, the Saint John squad erupted in the third quarter, outscoring Windsor 28-4 in the pivotal frame, the Fog rolling to an eventual , 87-53 win over the Edge. The win capped a perfect 2-0 weekend for Port City as all...
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Fredericton Freeze put on an offensive show for the hometown fans last night. The Freeze pushed its Maritime Women’s Basketball Association record to 2-1 with a 93-69 win over the Halifax Hornets to cap Saturday’s opening day action. Halifax fell to 1-2. Katie Butts had 20 points to spark Fredericton in the physical encounter. Katie...
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