SIX NATIONS — This past weekend, the Rebels earned victories in game 10 and 11 while at home and away. On Friday they hosted the Wallaceburg Red Devils at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena. The first period gave way to goals for the Rebels by Chayton King and Sidney Powless, but both were answered by the
SIX NATIONS — This past weekend, the Rebels earned victories in game 10 and 11 while at home and away.
On Friday they hosted the Wallaceburg Red Devils at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena.
The first period gave way to goals for the Rebels by Chayton King and Sidney Powless, but both were answered by the Red Devils come the end of the twenty minutes.
This opened the second period with a tie but the Red Devils gave up power play minutes with holding and tripping penalties. The Rebels took advantage as Marshall and Sidney Powless both earned goals minutes a part.
Later on, Jesse Longboat and Tycie Cowan earned singles while Marshall Powless earned his second of the game. Following a single goal for the Red Devils were goals by Dawit Martin and Sidney Powless to end the period.
The second period allowed the Red Devils to return twice, but Weylon Abrams earned his first while Chayton King, Dawit Martin and Tycie Cowan earned their second goals each and Marshall Powless finished with a hat-trick.
This ended the match 14-5 for the Rebels, who then went to visit the Guelph Regals on Sunday.
The Regals earned the first goal of the game, but this was followed by two consecutive buries from Sidney Powless to close the period.
Coming into the second, Sidney Poles buried two more for a hat-trick and then some, whole the Regals could muster just two returns. Tycie Cowan then came in with a bury, followed b Chayton King and Colby Martin with singles.
This opened the period 7-3 for the Rebels, as the Regals earned two consecutives before Sidney Poles went for his fifth goal of the game. The game closed after another goal by Tayton Skye, unassisted, at 9-5 for the Rebels.
Their momentum will likely carry to the end of the season and their next home game will welcome the St. Catharines Spartans to the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena at 8 p.m., Friday, May 24.