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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

Stacey nets winner in North American pro debut

(Courtesy Tina McComber) Brooke Stacey has never intentionally sought out the spotlight. “I’m pretty shy and always have been,” she said. In her debut with the Buffalo Beauts last Saturday in the National Women’s Hockey League (NWHL), Stacey got off to a slow start in the early going. “It was a tough first

Time to go hard or go home for the Blues

(Courtesy Dawson Blues) CEGEP lacrosse is more than halfway over and slowly but surely, the playoffs are quickly approaching, to close another good and intense season. Trois-Rivieres is currently leading in the standings, holding 10 points in division one. In division two, Jean-de-Brebeuf is leading with eight. The Dawson College Blues, a team

White wraps up NASCAR season

Cancer's got nothing on Brandon White, who came back and finished strong in NASCAR's Pinty's Series. (Courtesy Brandon White) Adding Dexter Stacey into the mix for the last two NASCAR Pinty’s Series races meant two Kahnawa'kehró:non were able to duke it out in the last race of the season at the

Mohawk Miles run, rain or shine, young or old

(Natalia Fedosieieva, The Eastern Door) A total of 119 participants indifferent running groups hit the streets in Kahnawake for the 34th annual Mohawk Miles race, organized by the Kahnawake Youth Center (KYC), last Sunday. Each of the eight categories varied in age, children from zero to five, adults, and all the way

First marathon in the books for Kanesatake runner

(Courtesy Brandon Bonspiel) Brandon Bonspiel began the Marathon Oasis de Montreal half marathon this Sunday with a rough start, as the race was delayed 50 minutes. But, with determination and high spirits, Bonspiel finished at 2,464 out of over 9,580 people, which was, “Pretty good considering it was my first ever,”

Morris looks forward to sophomore season at Dawson

Kyla Morris is looking forward to an awesome second year with the Blues. (Courtesy Kyla Morris) Last year, Kyla Morris was a raw rookie with the Dawson Blues. This year? Higher expectations: from herself and her coach. “I think I’m looking forward to actually playing a lot more and not being 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.

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