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Nothing like a little mud in your race.. and face

The three dirt bike stooges, Zander McComber, Sto Jacobs and Jesse Kane, had a muddy blast getting their engines dirty on the weekend. The adrenaline was high and they plan to continue riding and getting dirty. (Courtesy Zander McComber) Three muddy musketeers took their chances on the dirt bike track in

Scrums, bums and a gold medal for Lahache

ECS forward Kelsey Lahache tore up the field during GMAA Juvenile final, tackling anyone who came within arm’s reach. Lahache is in her third year of playing rugby and has a 28-game winning streak going with ECS. (Tehosterihens Deer, The Eastern Door) The GMAA (Greater Montreal Athletic Association) girls’ rugby season

Racing to promote early cancer detection

Brandon White is in the race of his life against cancer, but the 43-year-old racer is not ready to let the disease slow him down from reaching out and helping others dealt the same raw deal. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Sunday at the Jukasa Motor Speedway in Hagersville, Ontario,

Marquis ready for ultimate challenge in state

Freshman Koleton Marquis is bringing his A-game to the field when it comes to varsity lacrosse playing his heart out and proving to his coach and peers that he’s got what it takes. (Courtesy Koleton Marquis) Nothing feels better than going into a do-or-die match and coming out victorious - not

Survival takes two losses, looks for bounce back

Kahnawake Survival School's young team looks to bounce back to winning ways this week after tough losses to Billings and Kuper last week. (Tehosterihens Deer, The Eastern Door) Greater Montreal Athletic Association (GMAA) field lacrosse is finally here with Kahnawake Survival School (KSS) taking a hard left turn after their smashing

Hunters fall short to open, Indians start hot

The Hunters are looking for some wins this weekend after going 0-3 to start the season. (Tehosterihens Deer, The Eastern Door) The Kahnawake Jr. B Hunters began their Ontario Junior B Lacrosse League (OJBLL) season on a sour note, losing three straight games, two away on the weekend, and one at

Goal remains national placement – and beyond

Placing at nationals remains the goal for the year for Konwanakeren Diabo, who is in Florida this week on the water training with the elite paddlers in Quebec. (Courtesy Danny Hallé)   It’s no surprise to anyone that has ever seen the work she puts in on the water that Konwanakeren Diabo was

Diabo to give one last tour of the ice rink Sunday

Sunday is the final skating show where Zamboni driver Ray Diabo will be behind the wheel keeping the ice smooth for the skaters. Thus ends a 33-year career at the Sports Complex. (Daniel J Rowe, The Eastern Door) When Ray Diabo joined Frank “Putsky” Rice, Kenny Kane and the late Roger

Playoffs wrap with mixed results, undeniable talent

Ava Green and St. George's School were upset in the first round of the playoffs after going perfect in the regular season. The multi-sport star took the loss in stride and is ready to come back next year. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Bounces went both ways for Kahnawake’s talented

Kuper hang on for win, Billings suffer heartbreak

It was prayer time in the final minutes of the semi final for Kuper, as the Kodiaks worked to hang on to a slim lead and book a date in Monday's GMAA final. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) It came down to one basket for two games in the semi

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