Chiefs sit with a 1-2 series, vying for a comeback

By TRT Staff

SIX NATIONS — An exciting final series, the Peterborough Lakers now have a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven Major Series Lacrosse final against the Six Nations Chiefs.

The two rivals went blow for blow in the first game on Tuesday, August 16 at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena (ILA) last Sunday.

Austin Staats put up four goals, while Sam Leclair, Shane Simpson, and Brendan Bomberry each put up singles. This ended Game 6-10 for the Lakers.

For Game 2, a close match allowed the Chiefs to shine.

Cody Jamieson, a force, put away six goals alone throughout the game. Austin and Randy Staats and Vaughn Harris each put away two, while Brendan Bomberry put a single away.

This finished off Game 2 with a 13-12 win for the Chiefs.

Later, 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 last Sunday.

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 of the series falls on Tuesday, August 23 at 8 p.m., in Peterborough. The next home game, Game 5, falls on Friday, August 26 at 8:00 p.m., within the ILA.

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