OHSWEKEN – Zach Johnson and Ryan Hess accounted for Six Nations Southern County PeeWee’s three goals, Johnson with two, Saturday afternoon at the Gaylord Powless Arena in a well played, come from behind challenge to pull even with the Langton 3-3 as time ran out.
The teams were tied a 1-1 after the first period and 2-2 after the second, when Hess tipped in a great cross crease set up by Devan Lickers to even the score with 1:40 remaining.
Langford’s Kyle Devos gave Langton an early third period lead shooting through traffic in front of Ashlee LaForme in the Six Nations net. Then, with 1:44 on the clock, Zach Johnson scored after a rebound from Hess’s late period shot was found on the crease by Johnson who lifted it past the Langton goalie to produce the come from behind tie game.
A late Six Nations penalty to Owen Hill added a little more excitement to the game, but Langton was kept at bay and Six Nations earned the point.