ALL continues with games away from home

SIX NATIONS — Eastern Arena Lacrosse League games continued this past weekend, starting with a match between the Whitby Steelhawks and Brampton Ex-press on Friday, January 13. The Express walked away with a win 20-13 over the Steelhawks,

On Saturday, Jan. 14, the Six Nations Snipers took on the Peterborough Timbermen at the Millbrook Arena. The game awarded a first star to Vernon Hill for his performance, and a third star to Nolan Fehr.

The first period saw two goals from the Snipers from Dante Romano and Vernon Hill. A response came from the Timbermen, and Brent Longboat went for his first, Vernon Hill went for his second, and Nolan Fehr earned his first. This closed the period at 5-1 for the Snipers.

Coming into the second, a single goal was scored in the second by the Timbermen, before Nolan Fehr (2), Dougie Powless, Thunder Hill and Vernon Hill put points up in between some responses, finishing the period 11-6 for the Snipers. In the third, the Timbermen put up a single, with Andrew Vradenburg and Dougie Powless scoring singles to put the board at 13-7. In the fourth, Mason Hill and Nolan Fehr closed the period with two more for the Snipers, ending the game at 16-10.

Later in the day, another high scoring game was had between the Ohsweken Bears and the Toronto Monarchs. Gates Abrams was awarded a third star for his performance for the Bears.

The first period saw Isaiah Mt. Pleasant and Danton Miller put their first goals away. But the Monarchs replied with seven, as Alex Henry put up a final single, giving a 3-7 lead for the Monarchs.

In the second, the Monarchs put up four consecutive goals, while Danton Miller put away his second goal of the game. The Monarchs would put away two more by the end of the period, making the game 4-13. In the third, Gates Abrams and Haneh Brant

The third period opened for a back and forth scoring style, with Isaiah Mt. Pleasant coming in with his second, Haneh Brant with his second, and Jake Bomberry with his first. Lucas Beaver put two fast buries away, and Gates Abrams buried twice to follow and close the period out.

The game ended with a final of 13-19 for the Monarchs.

The following day, the Oshawa Outlaws faced the Paris RiverWolves at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena, with the RiverWolves stealing the game 14-13.

As for standings in the ALL East, the Brampton Express sit on top, followed by the Oshawa Outlaws, Toronto Monarchs, Paris RiverWolves, Whitby Steelhawks, Six Nations Snipers, Ohweken Bears and Peterborough Timbermen consecutively.

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