North American Indigenous Games 2017

Maskwacis athletes to participate in 2017 Indigenous Games

Thirty Maskwacis residents will be taking part in the 2017 North American Indigenous Games this summer.

The 2017 North American Indigenous Games are being held this summer in Toronto, ON., and 30 Maskwacis residents will be attending the games; either as an athlete or in another capacity.

Archery:

U 16 Female Tobi Baptiste, athlete

U 16 Female Candace Baptiste, chaperone

U 19 Female Hannah Louis, athlete

Athletics:

U 16 Male Stran Buffalo, athlete

U 16 Male Brodie Yellowbird, athlete

U 16 Female Jaden Buffalo, athlete

U 16 Female Aimee Okeymow, athlete

U 19 Female Gabby Yellowbird, athlete

U 19 Female Trina Goodin, coach

U 19 Female Dakota Nepoose, coach

Basketball:

U 19 Male Daniel Makinaw, athlete

U 19 Male Abraham Nicolas, athlete

Softball:

U 19 Male Ralph Cattleman Jr, athlete

U 19 Male Landon Crier Wagner, athlete

U 19 Male Carson Cutknife Bear, athlete

U 19 Male Jason Mirasty, athlete

U 19 Male Caelon Rowan, athlete

U 19 Male Dylan Soosay, athlete

U 19 Male Cale Swampy, athlete

U 19 Male Bryson Yellowbird, athlete

U 19 Male Carmen Yellowbird, manager

U 19 Male Ralph Cattleman, coach

U 19 Male Chris Rowan, chaperone

Swimming:

U 16 Male Colin Buffalo, athlete

Volleyball:

U 16 Male Nathaniel Buffalo, athlete

U 19 Male Jeris Francis, athlete

Golf:

Kaedin Wolfe, athlete

Mikayala Wood, athlete

Kyle Wolfe, manager

Cayla Larocque, coach

The 2017 North American Indigenous Games will take place July 16 to 23. The games are held every three years.

 

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