Sunday, September 23, 2012

RCMP Investigate B & E At Mill Village Consolidated

RCMP in Queens are looking for people responsible for breaking and entering into Mill Village Consolidated. Police say an unknown number of people broke into the school sometime between Friday night and Saturday morning. A number of small laptop computers, other electronic devices and cash were taken. Anyone with information should contact Liverpool RCMP.

Weekend Local Hockey Results

The CIBC Wood Gundy Lumberjacks failed to start their first winning streak of the season. Billy Clarke allowed five goals on 13 shots and the Metro Shipbuilders hung on for a 6-5 win over the Jacks. Jordan Lee replaced Clarke almost halfway through the game and stopped eight of nine shots. Michael Crawley scored twice, while Jeremy Butterworth, Luc Ramey and Robert Fraser also found the back of the net. The Jacks won their first game of the season Friday night against Campbellton. The Jacks and Shipbuilders lock horns again Friday night in Bridgewater.

The South Shore Mustangs split their weekend series against the Cape Breton Tradesman. The major midget club fell 7-4 Saturday night but came back strong with a 3-2 shootout win Sunday. The Stangs have a home-and-home series with Dartmouth next weekend.

VIDEO: Seahawks Win, Lose In Home-Openers

The South Shore Seahawks minor football teams split their games in its home-opener weekend. The atom team made history, scoring the club's first ever touchdown and defeating the favoured Dartmouth Destroyers 8-0. After scoring the touchdown, the atom seahawks held strong on defense, stopping the destroyers on their goal-line with just three seconds left on the clock. Head Coach Deryck Bolivar says its a big moment for their club.

Logan Taylor scored the first touchdown for the Seahawks. Meanwhile, the Peewee club fell 6-0 to the Fall River Dragons.