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  • New Rebels looking good in debut

    New Rebels looking good in debut0

    SIX NATIONS — The 2018 Six Nations Rebels season is now open and if Friday night’s matchup with the visiting Hamilton Bengals is any indication of things to come, this year’s entry will see a young and fast team as they regroup for another run at the Founders Cup. The Rebels put up win number one with

  • Rebels open new season Wednesday

    Rebels open new season Wednesday0

    SIX NATIONS — The Six Nations Rebels open their 2018 Jr. B lacrosse season Friday night, April 13th at the ILA at 8 pm against the Hamilton Bengals. This year’s journey began where last year’s journey ended, on Sunday, July 30, 2017, when the Orangeville Northmen eliminated them from the playoffs. The Rebels will be

  • Knighthawks defeat Colorado with third-quarter rush

    Knighthawks defeat Colorado with third-quarter rush0

    ROCHESTER — Charged by Cody Jamieson’s six-point outing, the Rochester Knighthawks rallied to defeat the Colorado Mammoth 16-14 Saturday night at Connors & Ferris Field at The Blue Cross Arena. In a game that saw Rochester (8-7) down for the majority of the first half, the Knighthawks stayed strong and steady to solidify a crucial win in

  • Rebels Spring Showcase

    Rebels Spring Showcase0

    SIX NATIONS — Jr. ‘B’ lacrosse fans were able to get a taste of the upcoming season through the Six Nations Jr. ‘B’ Rebels Spring Showcase held at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena on Saturday, March 31. As the Rebels still needed to make cuts to carve out the team for the season, two Rebels teams

  • Pro-Fit Corvairs still waiting

    Pro-Fit Corvairs still waiting0

    CALEDONIA — The Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs are still cooling their heals waiting for the winner of the St. Catharines Flacons and Ancaster Avalanche series which went seven games. The Corvairs, on the other hand, have been trying to stay hot after sweeping Fort Erie and winning over the Niagara Falls Canucks in five games. In the Midwestern Conference, as of Monday,

  • Ducks hot when they need to be

    Ducks hot when they need to be0

    ANAHEIM — The Anaheim Ducks are making a move up the standings in recent games and that trend continued this week in NHL Hockey action. Brantford’s Adam Henrique and Six Nations’ Brandon Montour combined with 1:29 remaining in regulation time to send the game to overtime. Montour had slipped in from his point position and fired a

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