Late player continues to be recognized by Six Nations Stealth Junior C squad

Kylee Miller (left his sister) and holding Taylynn is his mother Becky Logan. They joined with the Six Nations Stealth to revive a best-all-over award in memory of her son Thomas Miller. He played with the team when it was the Six Nations Warriors and passed after a car accident in March of 2017.

By Sam Laskaris Writer While focusing on their present campaign, members of the Six Nations Stealth organization continue to honour one of their former players. The local Junior C lacrosse club had a presentation prior to its home contest on Sunday to announce it will continue to hand out an award to the team’s best over-all player this season, in honour of Thomas Miller. Miller played two seasons for the franchise when it was called the Six Nations Warriors. He died in a car accident in March of 2017, while gearing up for his third year with the club. He was 19. The Six Nations team did present an award to its best player in Miller’s memory in 2017 and ’18. Miller’s mother Becky Logan said the current Stealth manager…

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