At Lawrencetown High, Fred participated in track and field, baseball and hockey. In ball he was pitcher and shortstop. A scoring sensation in hockey he led them to five Valley championships, two lost to protest over Fred and twice Runner up in Nova Scotia.
Fred had a storied ball career. From 1940 to 45 he played Intermediate A Softball usually at the hot corner or behind the plate, his team was Runner up in Nova Scotia in 1943. In 1945-46 he played for Middleton in the Central Valley Baseball League and finally in 1954-56 played fastball with Greenwood. A formidable hitter, Fred usually batted clean-up.
Fred began his Intermediate A hockey career his final year of High School and was to continued on for eighteen years, early on as a fleet-footed forward and later as a rock solid defenceman often paired with brother Leon. Four times his team won Nova Scotia titles, twice were Maritime Champs with his two Berwick teams, 1942-43 and 1944-45 in their Wall of Fame.
For a quarter century, Fred Fiske wore the home colors of: Clarence, Lawrencetown, Paradise, Bridgetown, Middleton and Berwick. After his active career, he continued to contribute sports in many ways and endured by his earlier election as a Builder to this Wall of Fame. The support of his family, especially Ella and their three sons was essential to Fred Fiskes double election to this Sports Wall of Fame.