SIX NATIONS – The Six Nations Jr. C Warriors had a busy but prosperous weekend with three games and three wins in three nights. The Warriors are 14-0 heading into this weeks games.
What started out to be a game in control of the Warriors got a little scary in the third period. After being ahead 6-3 with two goals scored by Ceaton Smoke and one by Gavin Sky, Bradley Hill, Dalton Vanevery and Tyler Brown, Oakville rallied in the third period with the first three goals to even the score.
Jeremy Bomberry netted two quick goals less than a minute apart late in the period before Nathan Maracle brought Oakvile back to a one goal deficit, but there was not enough time left on the clock to finish the comeback and the Warriors took the first two points of a six-point weekend.
Friday night, in Vets were shell-shocked in Shelburn 27-6. Vern Hill reached double digits as he scored six and assisted on five for 11 points in the Warrior attack while Tyler Brown went 54-4 for eight points.
It was 10-3 for Six Nations after the first period and got worse for the Vets as the night went on. Twelve more goals were added in the second and five in the third.
The goals kept coming Saturday night as the ILA as the Worriers waxed the Wilmot Wild 11-6. Isaiah Mt. Pleasant scored four while Dalton Vanevery added three and Riley Jamieson, Justin Martin, Vern Hill, and Jeremy Bomberry scored one each.
The Warriors will enjoy a few days off before they bring their 14-0 record to the ILA for back-to-back home games beginning Saturday afternoon at 1 pm against the 8-5 Halton Hills Bulldogs, then Sunday afternoon versus Oakville.