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Dawson blasts Heritage for repeat rugby championship

Last year was a nail-biter. This year it wasn’t even close as the Dawson Blues female rugby squad cruised to its second straight RSEQ banner with the help of Kahnawa’kehró:non Amanda Cross. (Photos: Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Five minutes into the RSEQ female rugby championship game Sunday, the Dawson College

Stacey roars to quality dirt track finish

Mike Stacey’s no. 23 dirt car raced alongside the big boys and almost won. (Courtesy Mike Stacey) Mike Stacey and his no. 23 racer competed among dirt racing’s ultimate short-track showdown over the weekend. The OneDirt World Short Track Championship roared into The Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway from October 27-28 with

Survival totally dominates season opener

Jordyn Goodleaf was among KSS’s killer second line that ran the score up so high that scorekeepers turned the board off, and the two teams played scrimmage style. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) The school hasn’t had a team in over a decade? Fine. They have had only one practice? Fine. Two players

Survival and Kuper playoffs await girls on the pitch

Iakaonhawinon Mayo said her Muskies continue to improve and are looking good going into the playoffs that start today. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) The Greater Montreal Athletics Association's (GMAA) schools will have their first chance to bring home team sport banners starting this week. Kahnawake's athletes have a quality shot

Dawson Blues looks for final push with consistency

Dawson College Blues’ lacrosse team is looking to a quartet of quality Kanien’kehá:ka players in Tehonerahtathe Beauvais, Nic Styres, Kanerahtens Bush and Tehosterihens Deer. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) The Dawson College Blues missed an opportunity to pull into second place in the RSEQ standings Sunday against fellow middle-of-the-table team the

Kuper youngsters dominant, Muskies stay hot

Bonnie Zachary is among the talented Kuper Academy Bantam girls that have yet to lose a game this season, as the playoffs loom. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Soccer teams across the Greater Montreal Athletic Association (GMAA) are starting to shake off early rust and show their character, with Kahnawake’s

Two local laxers’ careers moving upward

Stone Jacobs and Trevor Stacey hope the next step will be at the highest of levels on the field and in the box. Jacobs verbally committed to the Div I Vermont Catamounts last week, while Stacey signed a two-year contract with his boyhood favourite team: the Rochester Knighthawks. By: Daniel J.

Demons defence defends dominance on the diamond

Love ‘em or hate ‘em, the Demons softballers cemented their dynasty Wednesday night after winning a fourth straight KMSL title over the Central Station Yankees. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Up one game to none in the best-of-three Kahnawake Mixed Softball League finals, the three-time champion Demons were at the

Survival opens season with big win and lots of potential

Survival forward and keeper Mya McGregor is a footballer opponents may want to not underestimate, as her lightning pace and quality touch makes her a threat before goal at any given time. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Kahnawake Survival School’s Juvenile girl’s soccer team kicked the season off in style Wednesday,