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Things need to change to save Minor Hockey

The youngest hockey players in the community need to develop a love for the game and dedication to commitment early, if they are to have any hope as they grow into the sport, according to coaches and managers in Kahnawake. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Each week, either Kahnawake Minor Hockey

Rookie laxer gets first taste of orange action

Rookie Orangeman Troy Lauder gets a word of support from his mom Isabelle Nicholas before the 20-year-old’s first Div. I game. (Courtesy Kaniehtawaks Lauder) March 10 at Syracuse University’s Carrier Dome, Troy Lauder got his first brief taste of NCAA Division I field lacrosse. Sunday at Rutgers University, Lauder did not

Bomb goes off at Knights

Brad Bomberry was dominant for three rounds as the local kickboxer took the unanimous decision at Saturday night’s Fightquest event at the Knights of Columbus. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Exactly 16 seconds into the third fight at Saturday March 3 night’s Fightquest Amateur Combat K1 Kickboxing event at the

Danes set for #1 v. #2 clash tomorrow in Maryland

Tehoka Nanticoke was a huge addition this season, according to his Iroquois Nationals teammate Chaunce Hill, who is excited to be at a program that embraces the Haudenosaunee game. (Courtesy Bill Ziskin, University of Albany Athletics) Tomorrow in Maryland, the two top NCAA field lacrosse teams will meet with both having

Female wrestlers make it five banners in six years

Unfortunately for Trinity Jacobs and Winter Goodleaf, the two KSS wrestlers had to face off against each other in the group stages. Trinity is wearing a protective mask after an injury during practice. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Linking arms before her championship bout against Beurling Academy’s Alica Rodriquez-Sayers at

Mohawks return with medals and memories

The Atom Mohawks with a couple of pickups played great all the way to the end at the Mushkegowuk Cup in Ontario coming home silver medalists last weekend. (Courtesy Bobby Patton) A team of Atom Mohawks hockey players and a couple of Novice stars came back Sunday and Monday from Timmins,

Survival School on fire, ready for playoffs

Watewennenhawihtha Goodleaf stuck a dagger in St. George’s momentum to start the fourth quarter en route to Survival’s win last week. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) With playoffs set to start Monday, basketball teams across the GMAA are gearing up for a final boost of momentum before the elimination rounds. Kahnawake Survival

Survival School gets a W in the book of hoops

Try and try again was the motto for this year’s boys basketball team at Survival School that never gave up and won their first game this week, after a trying first season. (Photos by Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) If at first you don’t succeed, try and try again. Then try some more,

Ed Meagher a chance to make major statement

The Survival School Eagles had another meet cancelled this week due to lack of wrestlers, but get a chance to put a stamp on the season today at the Ed Meagher Tournament in Montreal. (Photos: Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Kahnawake Survival School’s wrestling season continues to progress in bits

Smallest superstars in the making take the ice

The youngest puck stars in town took the ice Friday night, as the two MAGH teams played Chateauguay at the Sports Complex. The goal for these four, five, and six-year-olds is development and fun. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Last Friday night at 6 p.m., the gates opened, and dozens of