The Onake Paddlers would have a harder time paddling with the weight of their medals if they tried, as the girls and two boys again were a force to be reckoned with on the water. Sylvia White took home five. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) If there is one team
The Eastern Door and the North (EDN) team is ready to take on the North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) today, as per normal, chocked full of Kahnawake’s talented athletes across the spectrum of sports at the tournament. The U19 soccer team featuring Melody Horn, Journey Jacobs, Lylee Horn, Amanda Cross and
In the battle of the Mohawks, the Hunters and Indians will start their best-of-five series tonight night in Akwesasne. Game two is tomorrow at the Sports Complex. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) It’s the series both teams and their fans wanted. Oh, and while we’re saying glaringly obvious things, kitties are cute. The
The eight-year-old with a need for speed, Pryor Stacey, has taken his cart up two levels this year, as he rips around the dirt track in Cornwall. Twelve-year-olds beware. (Courtesy Mikie Stacey) Every Tuesday (weather permitting), a young boy, who will not legally be able to drive a car for another eight
Kenneth Montour, Travis Zachary, Jeffrey Diabo, and Teken Diabo were among the golfers to hit the greens of Kanawaki on Monday for the Kateri Memorial Foundation's annual fundraising tournament. (Photos by Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) In the premier fundraising event of the year, the Kateri Memorial Foundation came through
Canadian parliamentarians faced off against a team of Haudenosaunee from Kahnawake on the front lawn of the Supreme Court of Canada and played the Creator's Game in a celebration of sport, history and friendship. (Courtesy Marc Miller) In 1855, a Canadian dentist named William George Beers founded the Montreal Lacrosse Club.
The Kahnawake Hunters avoided dropping a third straight in the always-intense rivalry game against Akwesasne Sunday and pulled out a gutsy come-from-behind win. It was the second of three wins for Kahnawake. (Daniel . Rowe, The Eastern Door) Look. Relook. Rub eyes, and look again, and you will have confirmed that
Today, field lacrosse playoffs begin for the GMAA (Greater Montreal Athletic Association). As in years past, three teams look capable of taking the banner (all due respect to John Rennie and Beaconsfield) all boasting a fine collection of Kahnawake talent. Shorthanded Billings and Kahnawake Survival School sides played Wednesday in the