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Siblings take home minor football awards

(Courtesy Trevor Montour)  Right guard Madison-Rose Montour, 13, was voted 2019 Offensive Line MVP by her coaches for the second year in a row in the Peewee division on Sunday. This is her fourth consecutive year winning an award from the Raiders, which include Most Improved Player, Offensive MVP and Offensive Line

Novice minor hockey teams keep rolling

The Novice 3 Kahnawake Mohawks (left) celebrate a win. They had a +13 goal differential in two games over the weekend with two shutouts. The Novice 4 Kahnawake Mohawks (right) relax in their locker room. Warrior Jacco and Lleyton Kane scored a hat trick in their 8-0 shutout win over

Stacey On Fire to Start NWHL Career

(Courtesy Schuyler Meyer photography)  Brooke Stacey is flying high in her first full professional season of hockey. She leads her team, the National Women’s Hockey League’s Buffalo Beauts, in scoring with six goals and five assists. “It’s pretty cool,” Stacey said. “I’m happy that I’m performing pretty well.” The 11 points also places

McGill lacrosse suffers early exit from playoffs

Cougar Kirby defends the midfield. Kirby scored two goals and three assists in eight games during the regular season. (Courtesy Can Unal, McGill Athletics)                                The undefeated season for McGill has come crashing down. The McGill lacrosse team

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

Dawson rugby team moves on to finals

(Courtesy Samantha Lahache) rugby team finished in second place out of the entire southwest conference for college rugby, and were looking to go further last weekend. Last Sunday was their bye into the playoffs and right into the semi-finals where the Blues faced Heritage College at Concordia University, Loyola Campus at 10

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