SIX NATIONS — This past weekend, the 7th Annual Lacrosse Festival held by the Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation saw 12 teams compete at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena (ILA).
The first day of the tournament on Friday, December 2 opened with a game between the Blazers and Down Below Lacrosse, finalizing 5-11. Next were the Hawks and Rez Dogs, finishing at 3-13. Next were the Ironmen versus the Willow Grove Grizzlies, which ended in a tie 6-6. Next came Frog Pond Maulers versus Sting, which ended 7-5. Then, the 32’s took on the Blazers and came out on top 13-3. And finally, the day ended with a match between the Lightning and Hawks which ended 9-6.
The second day, Saturday, December 3, saw over 10 games throughout the day beginning with the 32’s versus Down Below Lacrosse, 6-8. Then the Rez Dogs versus the Willow Grove Grizzlies 6-5, Lightning versus Ironmen 3-6, Blazers versus Sting 7-8, Frog Pond Maulers versus 32’s 11-8, Hawks versus Willow Grove Grizzlies 6-15, Rez Dogs versus Lightning 8-6, Down Below Lacrosse versus Sting 7-4, Frog Pond Maulers versus Blazers 12-5, Hawks versus Ironmen 3-14, Lightning versus Willow Grove Grizzlies 1-8, 32’s versus Sting 11-4, Down Below Lacrosse versus Frog Pond Maulers 6-7. To finish the day, the Rez Dogs and Ironmen met and came out with a tie 5-5.
The third day, Sunday, December 4, saw two semi-final games with between the four teams with the most goals for. The Rez Dogs were paired with Down Below Lacrosse, and the Frog Pond Maulers were paired with the Ironmen. In hard fought games, Down Below Lacrosse won over the Rez Dogs 9-3, and the Frog Pond Maulers won over the Ironmen 9-7, cinching the two spots in the final.
That evening, the game was close until the third period, where Down Below Lacrosse took the lead and maintained a 9-6 win. Danton Miller was named Player of the Game for the Frog Pond Maulers, and Elan Henhawk was named Player of the Game for Down Below Lacrosse.
SIX NATIONS — This past weekend, the 7th Annual Lacrosse Festival held by the Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation saw 12 teams compete at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena (ILA), where Down Below Lacrosse took the lead and maintained a 9-6 win. Photo by TRT Staff.