Dewey Jacobs Inducted into Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame

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By Josh Giles Sports Writer SIX NATIONS- The Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame has been graced with many talented athletes who represented Canada, and Six Nations in a variety of ways to make the game so amazing. A long list of Six Nations players and coaches inducted into the Hall of Fame got a little bit longer when Duane “Dewey” Jacobs became the latest member this year. Jacobs has had a prestigious career enjoying three straight Mann Cup victories as a co-captain for the Six Nations Chiefs. He also won the Champions Cup in 1997 with the Rochester Knighthawks, all while being an elite scorer. Receiving the call in May, Jacobs told Turtle Island News, “It was really humbling news to receive. It’s just amazing knowing you get to go…

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