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Hunters sweep aside Bulldogs, get set for Gaels

Troy Lauder and the Kahnawake Hunters flew at the Halton Hill Bulldogs and sent them packing in three straight. Now it remains for the boys in black and burgundy to test their quality against the Green Gaels of Clarington starting tomorrow night. (Courtesy Kahnawake Jr. B Hunters) The Kahnawake Hunters closed

Mohawks shining after gold and silver weekend

The Mohawk Bantam lacrosse squad showed its quality on the weekend in West Durham, as Kahnawake's teams work towards the ultimate goal of provincial glory in August. (Courtesy Lacey Paul) The Kahnawake Minor Lacrosse Association is looking shiny after gold and silver finishes on the weekend at the Don Swindells Memorial

Mohawks golden weekend, stay perfect on season

Carmen Lahache and the next generation of incredible Kahnawake female footballers have arrived, as the U14 Mohawks continued their fine season by winning a tournament in Ste. Catherine over the weekend. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Message to the competition: You come to play the Kahnawake Mohawks U14 girls soccer

Have fun watching World Cup because I won’t

For those of you, unlike myself, who are all excited about the upcoming World Cup in Russia, this will be your guide to the “greatest” football tournament in the world. (The quality at WC is far inferior to the Champions’ League, and about four other tournaments). I will be watching grudgingly

Kyle Diabo ready to pump himself up in Montreal

Even a last-place finish wasn’t enough to deter Kyle Diabo. (Courtesy Kyle Diabo) Looking to avenge his last-place finish at his first bodybuilding event last October, Kyle Diabo is going all out. What does that mean, exactly? “It requires a lot of discipline to keep to a program of weight lifting and dieting,”

Billings face Beaconsfield in lax final today

The Kahnawake Survival School Muskies fell in the semi finals to Beaconsfield Monday setting up a finals date today between the season's two best team.s. (Jessica Deer, The Eastern Door) And then there were two. The six-time GMAA field lacrosse champion Howard S. Billings Blazers have a date this afternoon with Beaconsfield

Survival meets Westwood today as lax playoffs begin

Billings’ Tekaronhiawá:kon Cross-Pranteau was near unstoppable, switching from defence to offence Wednesday, scoring five goals and tearing up the middle of the pitch. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) The GMAA field lacrosse playoff bracket is set and games begin today with surprise of the season Beaconsfield (4-0) top of the

Kanien’kehá:ka take talents to FNEC Games in style

Watewennenhawihtha Goodleaf and the KSS b-ballers dropped a heartbreaker in the final game, but walked away from the FNEC Inter-School Games with a sterling silver. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) A trio of schools from Kahnawake and one from Kanesatake sent teams to the biggest Onkwehón:we tournament of sport in

Survival needs win today after pair of losses

Tehorakwaneken Albany is part of the new generation at Survival that will have to push their game to the max when they face six-time champions Billings today. (Jessica Deer, The Eastern Door) The 2018 Kahnawake Survival School Muskies took to the lacrosse field last Tuesday for the first time at home