By Matt Dasilva | FUEL | Friday, July 24, 2020 | Reprinted from USLacrosse Magazine Photo above: Photo By Oded Karni The Iroquois Nationals would not need passports to travel to Birmingham, Alabama. But the question of Haudenosaunee sovereignty — and the governing bodies that do or do not recognize it — has resurfaced once […]
Brown, Boston Cannons (MLL), also shares his views & opinions toward the Iroquois Nationals exclusion from The World Games 2022 Franky Brown’s opinion on the Iroquois Nationals exclusion from the World Games 2022: Little how ya doin from the ole Skon boys! BUT DON’T LET US COMPETE UNDER OUR OWN FLAG. It’s only the game […]
Reprinted from Seneca Media Facebook page Eagles senior standout lacrosse player Hogaiyo John signed a NLI to play at Genesee Community College. Thank you Hogaiyo for being a positive leader and mentor within our hallways. GCC is lucky to have you.
By Dan Ninham | Reprinted from NDNSPORTS.com | April 7, 2020 | Photo credit: Kristen Sledge-Whitcomb Amos Whitcomb is a member of the Seneca Nation and of the Snipe Clan. His Native name is Hadeÿost, which translates to “The fighter”. He is the son of Chad Stxy Whitcomb and Rae Lynn George. Amos is from […]
Reprinted from Seneca Media Facebook page Shout out and congrats to Efrain Barreto, from the Seneca Nation, who signed his letter of intent to play lacrosse at Onondaga Community College.
By Dan Ninham | Reprinted from NDNSPORTS.com | April 25, 2020 | Photo credit: Dakota Snyder The Mamba Mentality of the late Kobe Bryant is well known in the media and the impact is global. In its simplest form it is trying to get better at what you’re doing. And not only today but each […]
By Rachel Lenzi | Published March 30, 2020| Reprinted from the Buffalo News | (Photo credit: Harry Scull Jr.) Summer Hemphill will return to the University at Buffalo women’s basketball team for a final season. A forward and a Cardinal O’Hara graduate, Hemphill missed all of the 2019-20 season with a knee injury, which she […]
By Dan Ninham | March 31, 2020 | Reprinted from ndnsports.com | (Photo credit: Michelle Hill) High achieving student-athletes lead busy lives from sun up to sun down usually seven days a week. Many indigenous cultures begin their day before the sunrise comes up on the horizon. They run toward the sunrise when the early […]
Officials working to reschedule massive sporting event for summer of 2021 By Nic Meloney | Reprinted from CBC News | March 25, 2020 | Photo credit: Kerry Campbell/CBC The 2020 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) have been postponed until next year in light of concerns about COVID-19. The event was originally scheduled to take place […]
By Rod Pierce As a teenager living in Jimersontown, we would meet after school and play football in front of the Haley Community Building every day. The game of lacrosse didn’t really exist on the Rez in Allegany. It wasn’t until 1976 when Steve Gordon decided to put a team together. He asked us if […]