May 2015
Confederated Umatilla Journal;May2015, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p40
The article discusses aspects of Lacrosse sports tournament, between Native American community schools and reports that Nixyaawii and Nadzitsaga community schools competed with each others also, views of Nixyaawii Coach, Robby Bill and NadzitsagaCoach, Rick Roy.


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