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A tough ending for Bantam Raiders

Chateauguay Raiders' quarterback Riley Element takes the snap from the shotgun formation. (Courtesy Christian Lambert) In the end, the Bantam AAA Chateauguay Raiders were outlasted in the Quebec Bantam Football League Gold Cup by the Rebelles St-Hubert. The team, with some local players, lost 21-14 on Sunday at Stade Hebert. The loss came after

McGill ends regular season undefeated

The fun begins for McGill's laxers, as they prepare to put their perfect season on the line and run the table. (David Tuan Bui, The Eastern Door)       The McGill men’s lacrosse team finished with a 10-0 record after defeating Trent Excalibur, 5-3 at the Justin Chiu Stadium in

McGill mini-camp to mould future generations

Youth of all ages took part in McGill's first-ever lax camp, and they came away with great insight. (Courtesy Kirby Joe Diabo) The McGill men’s lacrosse team found a way to give back at its most recent game. A skills clinic for several young lacrosse players was held after a game against

Minor Hockey kicks off on the right foot

Kahnawake Minor Hockey teams are hoping for a better year this year, as all levels are back on the ice and working hard. (Courtesy Minor Hockey) As Kahnawake Mohawks minor hockey enters the new season, several teams have begun their first few games with significant improvements from last year. The Atom A

Mohawks snag bronze medal in rematch

(David Tuan Bui The Eastern Door)  The Kahnawake Mohawks won a hard-fought bronze medal last weekend, after defeating the three-time defending champion St. Albert Miners, 12-6 at the 2019 Presidents’ Cup national Senior B lacrosse championship.  It was a rematch of the final game of the round robin, as Kahnawake and St.

Host Mohawks aim for cup glory

(Courtesy Greg Horn/Iorì:wase)  Kahnawake will be hosting the 55th annual Presidents’ Cup Senior B men’s national lacrosse championship, beginning this Sunday.  The tournament runs from August 26 to September 1 and is held by the Canadian National Lacrosse Association, with eight teams participating from around the country. The Kahnawake Mohawks are

New ambitions spark Haudenosaunee lacrosse

(Courtesy World Lacrosse)  Team Haudenosaunee has returned to play in the 2019 World U19 Women’s Field Lacrosse Championships after being forced to withdraw from 2015 in Edinburgh, Scotland.  The team withdrew due to passport problems in a stop at the United Kingdom. They were refused entry into the country since the UK