Survival School dominates championship

Marisela Amador The Eastern Door After 16 years, the Kahnawake Survival School (KSS) Muskies were crowned the 2022 GMAA lacrosse champions. It was a moment years in the making for the team and one the players are not likely to forget. KSS beat out Kuper Academy’s Kodiaks 9-1 at the Kahnawake

Mohawk youth achieves Dodge Cup glory

Courtesy Steven Bonspille On April 17, in front of a lively crowd, the Selects of College Francais (CF) were crowned the 2022 Dodge Cup Bantam AA champions. The championship, which was held in Dolbeau-Mistassini this year, assembled the top teams from across the province to duke it out for supremacy during

A whole lotta hockey coming up

Courtesy Justin Kariwakeron Horne The weather is heating up, and so is Minor Hockey in Kahnawake as local players get ready for their end-of-season tournaments. One player to watch in this weekend’s President’s Cup action is Oniehtase James Day, captain of the U13C Mohawks team. He pulled off a double hat

Wrestling championships go ahead without Survival School

Courtesy Peter Montour Howard S. Billings High School wrestler Gabriel Ouellette-Whalen had no experience when the captain of the wrestling team, Nicholas Elliott, suggested around Halloween that he try out for the squad. Ouellette-Whalen is one of the smaller guys on the roster, according to his coach, Kahnawa’kehró:non Peter Montour. The

Hockey donations coming to town

Spreading their love for hockey, a group of Kahnawa’kehró:non are bringing an initiative to town that will allow more community youths to enjoy the sport. Michael Stacey began an application process with the National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) Goals & Dreams charitable initiative in November. Last week, he found

Shooting for Hockeyville

Courtesy Tammy Whitebean Kahnawa’kehró:non Tammy Whitebean could be seen around town with a stack of posters this week, putting them up at local businesses. “The next thing is I’m going to be standing out here on the corner and handing them out to the cars,” she said. “I really want to make

Senior A hockey league back in gear

Courtesy Cornwall Senior A Prowlers When the Kahnawake Sports Complex reopened three weeks ago, minor hockey coach Mike Stacey was relieved to see the community’s kids once again benefitting from all the sport has to offer. Now that the 39-year-old has returned to the ice himself, his sentiment is no different.