Parents excited for kids first shot at field lacrosse

By Josh Giles Writer Since the Six Nations Minor Lacrosse Association (SNMLA) started their weekend lacrosse program, parents have been thrilled to get their kids out and playing lacrosse, especially the youngest groups of paperweight and novice. Both age groups play first thing in the mornings on Saturdays, and have a blast doing it. Chuck Montour’s youngest son is participating in this year’s paperweight programming, and was so excited to watch him play field lacrosse for the first time. “It’s his first time out in this sort of field. Because of the COVID he was only able to play indoors for a little bit before,” he told Turtle Island News, “It’s been hard on them. Not being able to get out and do stuff. It’s awesome for me, and I…

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