Rebels still working up consistency

SIX NATIONS — On Wednesday, June 8, the Six Nations Junior B Rebels visited the neighbouring London Blue Devils at the Lambeth Arena for another regular season match.

The Blue Devils opened the first period with a two goals, with answers from the Rebels by Llayton Sowden, Shako Swamp and Damon Doxtatar. This closed the period 3-4 for the Blue Devils.

In the second period, the Blue Devils opened again with three fast goals, answered by four buries by Damon Doxtatar (2) and Deeland Martin (2) for the Rebels. One more goal from Damon Doxtatar closed out scoring for the Rebels for the period, as the Blue Devils racked up two more. This made the score 8-9 for the Blue Devils.

Come the third, the Rebels wouldn’t let the Blue Devils return, finishing the period with a shut out. Deeland Martin (2), Eric Hodo Martin (2), Damon Doxtatar, Anahilis Doxtatar (3) put goals away, ending the game 16-9 for the Rebels.

Back at home on Friday, June 10, the Rebels welcomed the Windsor Clippers to battle at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena for a close game.

The first period gave way for two goals from Damon Doxtatar and Deeland Martin, but the Clippers quickly put six away, taking the lead 2-6.

The second period saw scoring from Anahilis Doxtatar, Blaze Becker and Eric Hodo Martin put away singles, sitting the game at 5-8 for the Clippers.

By the third, Anahilis Doxtatar, Eric Hodo Martin put singles away, but the final goal comeback wasn’t in the books for the Rebels as the game finalized at 8-7 for the clippers.

Visiting Victoria Road Community Centre, the Rebels took on the Guelph Regals on Sunday, June 12.

The Regals took the lead with two goals separated by a single from Shako Swamp to close the first period 1-2 for the Regals.

The second period saw goals from Sebastian Reynolds, Blaze Becker and Anahilis Doxtatar, with three returns from the Regals making the game 4-5 for Guelph.

By the third, the Rebels couldn’t respond and gave up the lead to the Regals, closing the game at 10-4.

The Rebels look to their next away game on Thursday, June 16, at the CG Sportsplex against the St. Catharines Athletics. Their next home game will come on the following Friday, June 17, at Iroquois Lacrosse Arena at 8:00 p.m., versus the Welland Generals.

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