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GMAA All-Stars take down defending champs

 (Courtesy Alexander Perez) After pinning his opponent, Owen Diabo walked out of the gym with his mom, Kim. Struggling to catch his breath, Diabo reached for his Gatorade, which he heartily chugged. “It’s hard work,” Kim said. “But I’m proud of you.” Marking his second win of the season, Diabo found it difficult to

Youngster leading his team in Ontario

Dylan Stacey is taking the Cornwall Prowlers and the Eastern Ontario Sr. A Hockey League by storm. (Courtesy Dylan Stacey) The old adage in sports is that speed kills. And Dylan Stacey has plenty of speed to spare. Even as a 20-year-old rookie on the Cornwall Prowlers, he is the fastest skater

Wrestlers steering in right direction

(Luca Scott, The Eastern Door) Two local wrestling clubs made their presence felt at the Riverdale Invitational Tournament last weekend. The Kahnawake Survival School Wrestling Club entered a total of six wrestlers and were able to grapple their way to two gold medals along with four silver medals. The Screaming Eagles Wrestling Club

Goalie brings home medal and MVP honours

(Courtesy Justin Horne) Sharks’ Goaltender Hayse Horne, 8, earned a silver medal and MVP award for her team despite a 6-2 loss to the undefeated Penguins at the Ligne H-Plus AAA Tourney in Quebec City on the weekend. The event was a U8 elite co-ed tournament where the best kids participated in

Injury-riddled girls earn championship

The Kuper Academy Kodiaks had a +8 goal differential while going undefeated in the tournament. (Courtesy Breeze Lahache) Another championship comes back to Kuper Academy. The Kodiak Juvenile girls hockey team placed first at the Pingree in Hamilton, Massachusetts on Sunday. The team beat out five other clubs in a two-day event, including

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