Arrows continue development, with a home win

SIX NATIONS —The Six Nations Junior A Arrows welcomed the Kitchener-Waterloo Junior A Lacrosse team (KW) to the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena on Sunday, June 5, for the 40th game of the Junior A season.

Off the bat, KW put up the first goal for a one goal lead, with two answers from Thunder Hill and Ross Hill. Following with another KW goal, Ross Hill went for his second and Tyler Davis provided a single.

With the deficit, KW entered the second period 4-2, with a fast goal to start. the single was answered by Thunder Hill and Ross Hill again, with a a third by Thunder Hill. Coming in strong for the last minute of the period, Rycol Davis scored unassisted. This put the board at 8-5 for the Arrows.

Returning to the floor to play hard, the Arrows quickly put up a quick bury from Tyler Davis, with a single answer from KW. Another single response from KW opened for goals from Matt Hamil, Tyler Davis, and Ross Hill (2). KW earned the final goal of the game, closing out at 13-7 for the Arrows with a home game win.

The following evening on Monday, June 6, the Arrows travelled to the Memorial Centre to face the Peterborough Lakers on their home soil.

A deafening opponent, the Arrows opened for two unanswered goals by the Lakers. With nine goals for the Lakers in the second, the Arrows shot back singles from Mason Sanden, Mitchell VanEvery, and Thunder Hill. By the third period, the Lakers earned four goals, with the Arrows answering with two from Mason Hill and Thunder Hill. This closed their away game at 15-5 for the Lakers.

The Arrows next away game will fall on June 11, at 7:00 p.m., versus the Mimico Mountaineers at the Mimico Arena. While the Arrows next home game will fall on June 12, at 7:00 p.m., within the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena to pair them up against the Orangeville Northmen.

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