Chiefs finish behind the Lakers

SIX NATIONS — An exciting final, the Peterborough Lakers took the lead in the best-of-seven Major Series Lacrosse (MSL) against the Six Nations Chiefs, delivering a final blow in Game 6, losing the series 4-2.

The Chiefs took on the Lakers at home for Game 3, but fell short, giving the game to the Lakers with a 11-7 win at the ILA on Sunday, August 21.

Cody Jamieson (2), Vaughn Harris (2), Brendan Bomberry, Austin Staats and Dalton Sulver put goals up for the Chiefs while tender Doug Jamieson made 33 stops.

Game 4 on Tuesday, August 23 at 8 p.m., in Peterborough, saw another short falling for the Chiefs.

With a score of 5-12 for the Lakers, Vaughan Harris (2), Lyle Thompson (2), and Joey Cupido put the five away.

The Chiefs narrowed the Lakers lead in the series to 3-2 with a solid 15-8 win at home in Game 5 on on Friday, August 26.

Cody Jamieson, Randy Staats (2), Lyle Thomspon, Kellen Leclair (3), Vaughan Harris (2), Eric Fannell (4), Joey Cupido, and Austin Staats each put buries away.

Game 6 was the defeat that ended the Mann Cup for the Chiefs, with an 8-10 final on August 28.

Lyle Thompson (4), Joey Cupido, Austin Staats (2), Eric Fannell each put numbers up on the scoreboard.

Cody Jamieson was named the MSL most valuable player in the regular season, as well as a first-team all-star.

Warren Hill (2-1, 9.92 GAA, .571 save percentage) and Doug Jamieson (4-3, 11.10 GAA, .798 save percentage) each took the spotlight at times in the playoffs. Jamieson was the first-team all-star goaltender from the regular season.

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