OHSWEKEN – It didn’t take long to predict what the outcome of the Six Nations versus Waterford in Atom LL play at the Gaylord Powless Arena Saturday afternoon would be. The question was, by how much? The answer came after Memphis McNaughton (great name by the way) scored his third of the game to a 9-1 final score.
Kenneth Porter got things started for Six Nations in the first minute of the game, assisted by Jacob Skye. Carter Skye-Bluhm made it a 2-0 game halfway into the period, assisted by Porter. Seconds later, it was 4-0 after Alex Henhawk bagged two quick goals, one unassisted and the other thanks to a great pass from Zander Wythe.
It was more of the same for Waterford in the second period with Wayne Bomberry cashing in from Kayden Hearn to make it 5-0, while McNaughton tallied from Henhawk to end the middle period with Six Nations carrying a 5-0 lead into the third.
Marcus Lechowicz destroyed Six Nations goalie, Brianna King’s shutout a minute and a half into the final period, with Tyler Lambert earning the assist.
That would be all Waterford could accomplish on this given afternoon as Jozey Jacobs scored and Memphis McNaughton completed his hat trick with two more for the 9-1 win. Third period assists came from Bomberry, Warren Cook and two from Henhawk, who had a fine game.