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  • Ohsweken Aces win 2018 Nations Cup

    Ohsweken Aces win 2018 Nations Cup0

    SIX NATIONS — It was a weekend of tough competition between friends and retaliations, all with a mutual love for lacrosse, that brought several Haudenosaunee mens teams together from both sides of the border last weekend at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena at Six Nation for the Nations’ Cup championships. Warren Hill, a serious lacrosse talent

  • OJHL and OHA “drop the gloves”

    OJHL and OHA “drop the gloves”0

    In a memo sent last Tuesday to the OHA, those unnamed teams behind the rebellion – referred to as “concerned members” – intend to remove OHA directors Gary Moroney, Tim Simmons, Shawn McKelvie, Jeff Beatty and Brad Grant, as well as president Karen Phibbs. It has been reported that Ontario Junior Hockey League is leading

  • Montour eager to start new season

    Montour eager to start new season0

    ANAHEIM — In his second season with the Ducks, Brandon Montour went from exciting prospect to bonafide top-six defenceman. His rookie season set a high bar. After making his debut, the Brantford, Ontario native collected six points and an impressive plus-11 as the team made its run to the Western Conference Final. His blend of

  • SNML celebrates awards banquet

    SNML celebrates awards banquet0

    OHSWEKEN — The number and quality of Six Nations Minor Lacrosse graduates in the NLL and OLA really is astounding considering the size of the Six Nations community, proving a developmental system that really works. But it doesn’t just happen, even in a community that that is so proud of its lacrosse heritage. It takes

  • Darris Kilgour struck down in a hit and run

    Darris Kilgour struck down in a hit and run0

    BUFFALO — Darris Kilgour, lacrosse legend as both a player and coach, was the victim of a Hit and Run on September 2nd, which broke both tibias, one femur and dislocated a knee. He could be in a wheelchair and out of work for up to ten months, without an income. A lot of work

  • Another first round KO for Hess

    Another first round KO for Hess0

    MISSISSAUGA — Karl “The Razor” Hess won his fourth professional bout in convincing style Saturday night at the Paramount Fine Foods Centre (formerly the Hershey Centre) in Mississauga. Hess is now 3-1 as a pro, only losing a decision in his professional debut. All three wins have been in the form of first round knockouts,