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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

Eastern Door teams bow out in group stages

Neither the boys nor the girls EDN teams were able to make it to the playoffs of this year’s NAHC, with early setbacks hurting both squads. (Courtesy Martin Morris) For the second year in a row, neither Eastern Door and the North (EDN) hockey team will come home with a medal

Jacobs swims to Masters world title

Calvin Jacobs may be in the top 10 swimmers in the world in his age group by the end of the year. (Courtesy Candida Rice) The competition may soon dwindle to dolphins and guys whose names rhyme with Blikel Blelps for Calvin Jacobs, who, at 55, broke two provincial swimming records

Karonhianónhnha beats Kateri in FNEC games preview

The all-girls team from Karonhianónhnha was just too sharp in their shooting skills for the Kateri School mixed team, as the two elementary schools faced off last Wednesday in an exhibition game. Both teams are gearing up for a trip to Quebec City next month for the FNEC games where

Championships and heartbreak in Pierrefonds for elite hockey stars

Ronwahrharaties “Bug” McGregor Norton’s Arsenal squad watched an unforgiving puck bounce into the back of the net in overtime, ending the team’s dream of making the Dodge Cup in Pierrefonds after two hard-fought games (left). Jesse Lahache Jr. had the tough task of watching from the bench as his team

Goodleaf stellar in Knighthawks win

Down in the second, coach Mike Hasen called on Kahnawake’s Gussy Goodleaf  to do his thing between the pipes, as part of the Rochester Knighthawks come-from-behind win against the red-hot Colorado Mammoth. (Courtesy Ward Laforme, Rochester knighthawks) After Colorado Mammoth Stephen Keogh scored his second in two minutes to pull ahead

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