• Blue Jays big hit with First Nations

    Blue Jays big hit with First Nations0

    WINNIPEG ‑ The Toronto Blue Jays organization is reaching out to First Nations communities in Canada with a program called Rookie League baseball. This week the Blue Jays Care program made its way to the Winnipeg area for a baseball tournament held in Headingley, Alberta, which has brought together 100 children from 15 First Nation

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  • North American Native Sisters off to New Zealand

    North American Native Sisters off to New Zealand0

    OHSWEKEN – The North American Native Sisters fastball team is being put together for the World Masters Games tournament in Auckland, New Zealand, in April 2017. With flights and lodging the total bill is going to be a whopping $56,000 so fundraising is currently in full swing. Connie Powless and five others ladies from Six

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  • 14th Annual 3 Pitch Tournament

    14th Annual 3 Pitch Tournament0

    The 14th Annual Redmen Co-Ed 3-Pitch Tournament was played over the past weekend at the Gaylord Powless Arena Ball Diamonds. Fun was the name of the game as teams with monikers like the Red Dawgs, Hawks, Bad Ass Mohawks, Bush Monkeys, Team Awesome, Selects, Salcats, Red Stix, Carnigans, Smoothridge, FNA, Read Redmen, and We Got

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  • Six Nations athletes help Ancaster win gold

    Six Nations athletes help Ancaster win gold0

    ANCASTER – Softball seems to be getting bigger and bigger in Canada year after year, and for Six Nations’ own Jazzy Powless and Dani Smith it was a very rewarding summer. The two local girls were on the Ancaster Blizzard Midget team, coached by Chris Brownell, Dean Smith and managed by Ginger Smith. The Blizzard

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  • Boys 3-pitch tournament was held on October 1st and 2nd

    Boys 3-pitch tournament was held on October 1st and 2nd0

    The Brant County Boys 3-pitch tournament was held on October 1st and 2nd at the Jaycee Park in Brantford. With 24 teams entered, it meant the day one finalist, OMSK, would meet day two’s eventual finalist for the title. After going 5-0 on day two, J.C. Hill won the right to play for the championship,

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  • Rebels are first to return to Six Nations with a trophy0

    SIX NATIONS – The Six Nations Rebels Jr. B’s were the first of four teams spread from BC to Halifax to have returned to Six Nations for an impromptu parade down Chiefswood Road escorted by Six Nations Firefighters, sirens whaling.

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