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Creator’s game will be showcased for 150th

Survival School hosted traditional lacrosse contests to kick off the school year for the past couple of years with laxers applying their trade with the traditional wooden sticks, and shot for a pole rather than a net. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) The true origins of lacrosse will be on

Scholarship awarded to deserving numbers whiz

Hayley Morris, 19, knew what she wanted to do with her life before many were through with the Harry Potter series. (Courtesy Martin Morris) Hayley Morris knew early in high school what she wanted to do with the rest of her life. While that’s not unusual, her choice of career was

Wrestlers shine and get some needed support

KSS Wrestlers Winter Goodleaf receiving the silver medal and Sabrina Montour receiving the bronze medal at Provincials in St-Cesaire. (Courtesy Peter Montour) Simply put, it was a great week for the Kahnawake Survival School wrestling team. The school brought 29 wresters to the Provincial Championships in St. Cesaire last weekend, and the

Knighthawks pay tribute to lacrosse roots

(Courtesy Ward Laforme Jr.) The Rochester Knighthawks of the National Lacrosse League (NLL) know who they owe a huge debt to for their success. Which is why they created Native American Night eight years ago. “Our owner (Curt Styres) being Native, it’s something he feels passionately about,” said Nate Snyder, the Knighthawks

Stacey returns to Maine with world silver

Brooke Stacey of Kahnawake with the second place trophy she helped Team Canada earn at the Nations Cup in Germany. (Courtesy Tina MacComber) The first thing Tina McComber thought when she found out that her daughter Brooke Stacey was being called up to play for Canada’s Development Team at the Nations Cup

A look back at the Caughnawaga Golf Club

Angus Patton's envisioned Caughnawaga Golf Club's course to  grow from nine holes to the 27-hole challenge it is today. (Courtesy Carrie Patton) When Angus Patton died last week at the age of 92, he took a little piece of the Caughnawaga Golf Club with him. After all, he was the founder of the course in

Kahnawake’s last World War II veteran passes

“He’s a pretty hard guy to live up to," Carrie Patton said about her late father Angus Patton. (Courtesy Carrie Patton) Full military honours and a horse-drawn carriage seemed fitting for the funeral procession for Angus Patton on December 30. The community’s last World War II veteran passed away peacefully on Christmas. He

Stacey’s Team Canada undefeated in world tourney

Brooke Stacey and the rest of the Canadian Development hockey team gear up for a rematch against Germany at 1:30 this afternoon. (Courtesy Tina McComber) Brooke Stacey is enjoying the time of her life in Fussen, Germany with the Canadian Development hockey team, taking part in the Nations Cup tournament against