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  • Rivermen arrest James Gang in three straight

    Rivermen arrest James Gang in three straight0

    OHSWEKEN – The Six Nations Rivermen seem to be as strong as they need to be to win, while tightening up their own end of the floor to protect a lead. Both qualities will be needed if they are to repeat as Presidents Cup Champions for 2016. The Rivermen were down 1-0 23 seconds into

  • Rivermen lose in Oakville but still in first

    Rivermen lose in Oakville but still in first0

    OAKVILLE – The Six Nations Sr. B Rivermen remain in first place, but not without an unblemished record after falling to the Oakville Titans, Sunday night. The defending Presidents Cup Rivermen paddled to Oakville to take on the Titans and were ambushed 9-6 at the Toronto Rock Athletic Centre. Without Roger Vyse, who did not

  • Warriors with two home games this weekend

    Warriors with two home games this weekend0

    OHSWEKEN – The game started out well enough for the Six Nations Jr. C Warriors Sunday in Oakville, but it didn’t stay that way as the Oakville Buzz downed the Warriors 15-11. Henry Follows netted all three first period goals for the Buzz while the Warriors offence included two goals by Sid Powless and one

  • Caledonia Blue Devils take Georgetown Championship

    Caledonia Blue Devils take Georgetown Championship0

    The MPSS (Caledonia High School) Blue Devils Girls Field Lacrosse team took home the Championship game played in Georgetown, ON. They went undefeated taking them to the final game against Holy Cross School which the Blue Devils won 19-4. The Devils were supported by a large number of parents, family and friends who made the

  • CLax season now open, Cyclops defeat the Blizzard0

    PARIS – The Southwest Cyclops of the Canadian Lacrosse League won their first game of the new 2015 season with a 13-11 win over the Barrie Blizzard, right in Barrie Sunday afternoon. This year the Cyclops are calling the Syl Apps Arena in Paris, Ontario their new home. Last season they shared facilities with the

  • Local youth invited to Nike lacrosse training camp0

    For 15 year-old Jayden Bomberry, this summer was a dream come true. She was one of 50 teen girls and the only female indigenous athlete selected from across North America to attend Nike’s ‘The Ride’, an invitation only lacrosse camp for the top players in the US & Canada held at Nike World Headquarters in