Arrows defeat longtime rival at home

SIX NATIONS —Visiting the Mimico Arena, the Six Nations Junior A Arrows met up with the league leader, the Mimico Mountaineers, for a lop-sided match away from home on Saturday, June 11.

A blitz of nine goals in the first period without a response from the Arrows at the Mimico Arena, and put Mimico 0-9 in the lead. In the second period, the Mountain-eers put up four more before Oneniotekowa Maracle put a single away for the Arrows. Two more from the Mountaineers saw a single from Ross Hill and another from Mitchell VanEvery, making the match 3-16.

Thunder Hill opened the scoring for the third period, and Mimico shut it down with another five goals. This ended the game at 4-21 for the Mountaineers.

The Six Nations Junior A Arrows welcomed the Orangeville Northmen to the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena on Sunday, June 12.

Off the bat, the Arrows put up the first three goals lead, with two from Daylin John-Hill and a single from Mitchell VanEvery. Following with another two Arrows goals from Tyler Davis in the second period, the Northmen put four away.

With the lead, the Arrows entered the third period 5-4, with a fast goal to start the second period from the Northmen. The single was answered by Daylin John-Hill for his third, Tyler Davis and Ross Hill with singles. The Northmen answered twice, leaving a deficit 8-7 for the Arrows.

Tempers got to both teams as a line brawl took place, delivering majors to Arrows Tyler Davis for face masking, and Northmen Jamie Hunt for face masking.

The Arrows next away game will fall on June 15, at 8:00 p.m., versus the St. Catharines Athletics at the Canada Games Arena. While the Arrows next home game will fall on June 19, at 7:00 p.m., within the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena to pair them up against the Toronto Beaches.

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