For Tyendinaga’s Caroline Markland, lacrosse is more than just a sport.
Gymnastics had been Hudson Mulvihill’s sports focus for most of her life. That was until she started playing lacrosse.
After first going to The Frederick Gunn School in Connecticut last year for a high school victory lap, the 19-year-old is now playing NCAA lacrosse for the Limestone University Saints in South Carolina.
The Quinte Bayhawks 2022 indoor recreational league picked up where it left off after its inaugural season in 2019, as youth (and parents) across the area discovered an exciting new sport.
James McIlreath, like a lot of kids in the Quinte region, tried lacrosse for the first time in 2019.
The 2021 season will look a little different than the club’s inaugural season in 2019. With ongoing restrictions and ice going into arenas, the club is moving all play outdoors, which will be a new and exciting way for young players to discover the sport.
While a career in the military can be challenging, sports provide an outlet to decompress, gain additional fitness and interaction with others from across the base.
This is a homage to the rich history of athletes that have called the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory home.
An outdoor season is planned for Quinte Bayhawks lacrosse players. Registration opens June 14 for the season, which will run Aug. 9 to Sept. 25 at Thurlow Park (552 Harmony Road in…
For this year, the Bayhawks were already planning to operate a scaled-down program for six weeks involving a combination of player development and games while floor time is available at the Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre in Belleville.