SPORTS BRIEFS: Teen competiting AT NAHC

By Sam Laskaris, Writer Six Nations teen to compete at national tournament Six Nations’ Dreyden Cruz-General will be among those participating at this year’s National Aboriginal Hockey Championships (NAHC). This year’s national tournament will be staged May 5-11 in Grande Prairie, Alta. Cruz-General, an 18-year-old forward, is among those named to the Ontario boys’ squad that will compete in the tourney. Meanwhile, another Six Nations member, Kane Styres, is one of four alternates that were selected for the Ontario boys’ club. No Six Nations players were selected for the Ontario girls’ team that will also participate in the annual tournament, which primarily features players aged 13-18. Both the girls’ and boys’ categories at the event will feature seven teams apiece. Besides Ontario, squads representing British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Atlantic…

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