By TRT Staff with notes from sixnationschiefs.blogspot.com
In a 16-7 victory over the Brampton Excelsiors last Tuesday, the Six Nations Pro-fit Chiefs earned their fourth win out of five games. This ranks them in first place in Major Series Lacrosse standings.
At the start, Lyle Thompson wasted no time getting the Chiefs on the board converting a Sam LeClair pass, but his goal answered immediately by the Excelsiors. Charlie Scanlon regained the Six Nations lead banking one off the post off a Cody Jamieson feed, but again, was answered by Brampton on the power-play.
Charlie Scanlon scored his second goal of the night converting a Liam LeClair feed, followed by Ben McIntosh scoring off a Brendan Bomberry pass moments later. Cody Jamieson added a power-play goal, followed by Austin Staats adding another from Lyle Thompson 24 seconds later.
Austin Staats scored the next two goals.
The Six Nations Chiefs opened the second period scoring with Brendan Bomberry, followed by Charlie Scanlon with his third of the game from Lyle Thompson. The consecutive goals continued with Austin Staats scoring his fourth of the night on a bounce shot.
Brampton got on the board on the power-play, and earned three consecutive goals. Lyle Thompson scored with less than a minute left to increase the Chiefs lead to seven.
The Chiefs opened the third period scoring as Austin Staats converted a Lyle Thompson feed for his fifth goal of the night, followed by Mason Kamminga unassisted. Sam LeClair added to the Chiefs lead with a single.
The Excelsiors back on the board going in a breakaway goal, but Clay Scanlan scored on the power-play off a quick stick from Sam LeClair. The Excelsiors offered the final goal of the game, closing it out at 16-7 for the Chiefs.
By the end of the game, Austin Staats scored five times and added four assists to lead the win.