Six Nations granted a second Junior B lacrosse franchise

By Sam Laskaris Writer Six Nations youth will now have yet another opportunity to showcase their lacrosse skills locally in a junior league. That’s because the Six Nations Fire, a new Junior B squad, has been launched and is gearing up for its 2024 campaign. The Fire will be the only Canadian franchise in the First Nations Junior B Lacrosse League. Clubs from across New York also participate in the league. The Fire will play all of its home contests at Six Nations’ Iroquois Lacrosse Arena (ILA). “It kind of fell into our lap,” said Roger Vyse, who will serve as the head coach for the Fire. “Our community members jumped all over it.” Vyse had served as a co-coach for a portion of the 2023 campaign with the Six…

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