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

A shot at wrestling glory for Kyle Zachary

Courtesy Kyle Zachary Kyle Zachary is getting ready to represent Kahnawake in a Canadian wrestling competition show later this year. Wrestling Academy, created by the esteemed pro wrestler Jacques Rougeau, will pit candidates coming from anywhere coast-to-coast against each other for the chance to win $5,000 and a tryout at the

Kahnawake wrestling shows signs of life

(Courtesy Peter Montour) Small groups of Kahnawa’kehró:non youth and adults have returned to the Kahnawake Youth Center to reunite with a sport they love. The Kanien’kehá:ka Tehontatie:nas Mohawk Wrestling Club (KTMWC), which started in November 2019, has seen its attendance slowly creep up since re-starting this September after a year of dormancy. “Normally,

Wrestlers steering in right direction

(Luca Scott, The Eastern Door) [apss_share] Two local wrestling clubs made their presence felt at the Riverdale Invitational Tournament last weekend. The Kahnawake Survival School Wrestling Club entered a total of six wrestlers and were able to grapple their way to two gold medals along with four silver medals. The Screaming Eagles Wrestling Club