OHSWEKEN ‑ The Six Nations Southern Counties Bantam Cs shut out the St. George Generals by the score of 2-0 Sunday afternoon at the Gaylord Powless Arena.
The Generals had the territorial edge early in the game, but Six Nations got stronger with every shift and soon took the momentum away from St. George.
Sandy Porter scored both Six Nations markers, the first at 3:38 of the first period from George Bomberry and Darrion White, when he sent a rocket wrist shot high to the stick side of the St. George goaltender. In the last minute of the period, Doug Powless stopped a breakaway and a close in shot seconds later to preserve the 1-0 lead. He also got a little help from his best friend, the goal post on a St. George scoring chance.
There was no scoring in the second, but at 4:29 of the third period, Porter scored again from Kahner Johnson and AP goaltender, Doug Powless.
The Six Nations penalty killers were sensational, through two, two-man short situations defusing the St. George power play.
Six Nations put in a solid game at both ends of the ice.