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Playoffs looming, ballers looking to tighten up

Sylvia White played limited minutes Monday, but her Kuper Academy Kodiaks have the luxury of resting players with a large bench and committed roster of fine hoopsters. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Two weeks back at school from winter holidays and the hard court ballers throughout the GMAA are looking

Kodiak hoopsters fighting injuries, fall short

Kodiak ballers Jillian Diabo and Kaksa’tahno:ron Deer fought hard Wednesday night, but a short bench and injuries caused Kuper Academy to lose steam and win a game they could have taken. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Kuper Academy’s Midget girls basketball team’s bench keeps getting shorter. Wednesday evening at Sacred

Dad squad getting set to show off “hot” bods

Kyle Zachary and Shawn Rice will enter the ring Saturday as the local duo continues to book gigs in the wrestling circuit. (courtesy Kyle Zachary) Saturday, in Beauharnois, two Kahnawake dads will enter the ring looking to quench wrestling fans’ thirst for slamming action and entertainment at The Beginning II, hosted

Phillips vaults to first, sets bar high

After a pair of slip ups on her ground and beam routines, Megan Phillips vaulted and spun her way to a top spot to end 2018 in style in Repentigny. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) In gymnastics, competitors need to know that a mistake or two will happen, but that

Deer shrugs injuries, age; battles like a stallion

Fighting through injuries and age, Tommy Deer returned to the ring to box Friday night in a fight that ended in controversy, where the local comic book artist landed some serious right hooks. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) All boxers stepping into the ring know there will be a toll

Kirby kicks and lifts it at Athleticks homecoming

Taking a risk, Kawennihtha Coral Kirby fulfilled a dream and tried out for her CEGEP’s cheerleading team, learned to do the splits, and competed in her first competition on the weekend. (courtesy Kawennihtha Coral Kirby) Continuing from minor or high school sports to the college or university level is no small

Hard courts pounding with hoops stars

Sakoianonhá:wi Curotte and the Survival School ballers fought through a tough battle against Kuper they lost before rebounding Tuesday at against LCC with an emphatic win. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) The ground may have frozen outside the gym, but the courts inside are blazing, as the GMAA basketball season

Nationals a success for Kahnawake’s soccer star

Kendall Horn became the first local soccer player to win a national championship at the CEGEP level, as she did with the Champlain College Cavaliers last week. (Courtesy Angie Marquis) Not many get the chance to play soccer at a provincial level, never mind bring home a gold medal in a national

Kodiak girls one and two in soccer and softball

Kuper Academy fought the cold and a tough unbeaten opponent to cap a dream season winning a championship banner with a clean sheet 2-0 win over College Ste. Anne. (Courtesy Gracie Diabo) On a cold Saturday afternoon the Kuper Academy Kodiaks’ girls soccer team needed to fight out one more win

Lazare and the Cheetahs heading for finals

Cedar Lazare is well-known as a goalkeeper protégé and continues to earn her reputation on her CEGEP’s soccer team. (Courtesy Cedar Lazare) Collegial soccer season is coming to an end, and players from Kahnawake are prepping for the finals with their teams. Vanier College, with Cedar Lazare as their rookie keeper, is having