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NDNSPORTS.COM Jul 6
Big Eagle Express, a Native American team from Oklahoma, won the 72nd edition of the Newton Mexican-American Men’s Fast-Pitch Softball Tournament, which ended Sunday at Kelsch Field.
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NDNSPORTS.COM Jul 8
These Indigenous Runners Bring More Than Themselves to the Start Line
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NDNSPORTS.COM Jul 4
North American Indigenous Games launches virtual event in light of COVID-19 postponement
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Creative Native Apr 15
Great historical info here - How Native Americans Made Basketball Their Own
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Creative Native Oct 1
The Browning Public High School Football team spent the day shoveling out the tribal elders and sick via
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weRnative May 29
Day 24 goes out to Hiana Thompson (Onondaga of the Iroquois Confederacy). At Onondaga Community College, Hiana was a 2x National Champion AND 2X 1st Team All American JUCO Player of the Year. In 2017, along w/ his brothers, they won the Champions Cup in the NLL.
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EarlCabbell CPA,CGMA 20 Mar 19
Hutchinson CC by winning today are now playing tomorrow in the NJCAA Quarterfinals. Makayla Vannett’s teammate is Milan Schimmel. An awesome accomplishment and Good Luck tomorrow.
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Delbert Wapass Feb 15
Simply beautiful and powerful!
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weRnative May 27
Day 22 goes out to Lyle Thompson (Onondaga of the Iroquois Confederacy). He holds the record for the most career points in Division I w/ 400 & the most career assists with 225. He was a back-to-back winner of the Tewaaraton Trophy (highest award in college LAX)
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ann marie Jul 21
Shout out and congrats to XFACTOR who were the 2019 Games women's basketball champions.
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Creative Native 3 Jul 19
“One thing that makes a Native person really powerful is the ability to connect among other Native communities and the ability to bond over something like a community run or event.” - Rosalie Fish
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Denise Lucero 18 Jun 19
"Some of the nation’s greatest athletes have been Native American...Jim Thorpe & Billy Mills, Olympic heroes of the 20th century, are examples of just how influential sports can be." via
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Mary McDonnell Feb 22
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Notah Begay III Sep 26
Love my niece and so proud of what she’s doing on the field and in the classroom. Represent New Mexico always!!! Let’s get the “W” tonight!!
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NDNSPORTS.COM Nov 4
Bryon Elledge (Kiowa) Scores 30 & Antwon Winn (Choctaw) Drops 23 as Haskell Indian Nations University knocks off No. 22 Ranked Bellevue University
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NDNSPORTS.COM Jun 15
The future looks bright for three brothers from Thunderchild First Nation and their Olds College Broncos men’s volleyball team.
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Jae Bates 23 Jun 19
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Prairie Rose Sep 25
PARK HILL, Okla. — A new exhibit at the Cherokee Heritage Center is showcasing the impact American Indians had on Major League Baseball from 1897 to 1947. “American Indians in Professional Baseball: The First Fifty Years”
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Creative Native Apr 18
NEW EPISODE 🗣🗣🗣 Nat & Alisse talk & sports as resilience in , even during a
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Tribal Sports Network Feb 5
Congratulations Justin! We're proud of you.
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