SIX NATIONS — After four games in the Jr. C Six Nations Warriors are suddenly tied for first place in the Western Division, leap-frogging over Mimico and into a tie with first place the Wilmott Wild. The Wild has played one more games as of Monday.
The game began with Mimico ahead 1-0 before the first minute of the game, but Landon General and Trey Jimmerson, tied and went ahead 2-1 by the end of the frame. It was 5-2 after two periods with Jordan Myke, Texas Powless, and Matt Miller scoring.
The Warriors just kept the pressure on in the third period with Jimmerson, Emmitt Smith, Tryrese Staats, Miller and Miller with two, put the lid on the game doubling up on Mimico, 10-5.
The SN Warriors outlasted the Wilmott Wild 10-9 at the Plattsville Arena, Thursday, May 10th. The Warriors were led by Bryson Staats with three goals and two assists as Six Nations young Warriors have been nothing short of impressive.
They are a fast thinking group of guys to go with their fast feet and although their exuberant style has had desired results, it has also brought about a few gaffs which have cost them a few goals but so far anyway, not games.
Josh Daley has started in the Six Nations net twice so far this season winning both in one-goal affairs.
In other area Jr. C action, the Brantford Warriors defeated the Halton Hills Bulldogs with a convincing 10-2 final score.
The Dogs kept it close in the first period sandwiching a Halton goal between two Brantford goals scored by Jaden Drage and a short-hander by Nick DAmico.
Brantford took over in the second frame as Ryan Door, Quinn Drysdale, Ethan Guimond, Travis Scott and Caleb Wells ballooned the margin to 7-2 after 40 minutes of play.
Three more third period goals scored by Conner Merritt, Scott and Drage , and a fight between Brantford’s Danny Attridge and Halton Hills’ Michael Pierog sent the Brantford fans home happy.