BRANTFORD – Like a good race horse, the Brantford Blast saved it up for the final stretch and made their sprint to the front. With a win Sunday afternoon at the Civic Centre, they could beat out the Whitby Dunlops in a photo finish.
Headquarters for the Haudenosaunee U-19 Women’s Field Lacrosse team is the University of Syracuse in New York, but Six Nations of the Grand River and other Haudenosaunee communities throughout Ontario and New York do not recognize the US–Canada border as applying to them.
BRANTFORD – The Brantford Blast has been sneaking up on the first place Whitby Dunlops as the regular ACH Sr. AAA season draws to a close.
PARIS – The Southwest Cyclops are liking their new home at the Syl Apps Arena in Paris, Ontario this CLL season. The Cyclops slipped by the Ohsweken Demons at home Saturday night with Dylan Webster making the difference with 3:33 left in the fourth quarter.
OHSWEKEN – The Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation hosted its 17th Annual Invitational School Hockey Tournament at the Gaylord Powless Arena over this past weekend.
Teams representing Lloyd S King school, Standing Stone, Deleware, Walpole, and Antler River competed in Primary and Junior age categories.
OHSWEKEN/DURHAM – A combination of the Ohsweken Demons’ loss at the ILA and the Southwest Cyclops’ 14-12 win over the Durham Turfdogs in Durham, put the Cyclops on top of the Canadian Lacrosse League standings with a 3-1 record in their first season playing out of the Syl Apps Arena in Paris, Ontario.