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SIX NATIONS – The Six Nations Jr. A Arrows Express were one win away from sweeping the Whitby Warriors four straight going into Tuesday night’s Game #4 in Whitby after taking Game #1, 10-2, Game #2, 8-6, and Game #3, 13-3, Sunday night at the ILA. Unfortunately, the results of that game were unavailable by press time.

SIX NATIONS – The Six Nations Jr. A Arrows Express were one win away from sweeping the Whitby Warriors four straight going into Tuesday night’s Game #4 in Whitby after taking Game #1, 10-2, Game #2, 8-6, and Game #3, 13-3, Sunday night at the ILA. Unfortunately, the results of that game were unavailable by press time.

On Sunday, the Arrows took a 7-1 first period lead with scoring coming from the sticks of Brendan Bomberry, Ky Tarbell, Johnny Powless, Anthony Patterson, Leo Stourus and two by Ian Martin.

It was 10-2 after the second with Six Nations goals collected by Shane Simpson, and two by Haodais Maracle.

The Arrows Express continued to roll along with three more goals in the third, scored by Brandon Montour, Brenden Bomberry and Maracle’s third of the game. Six Nations’ penalty killers accounted for three short-handed goals.

Doug Jamieson and Don Alton shared the goaltending duties for Six Nations while Jason Weber took the loss for Orangeville.

Johnny Powless, property of the Rochester Knighthawks of the NLL, led the playoff scoring race with 57 points, 12 goals and 36 assists, in 12 playoff games heading into Tuesday night’s game #4 at the ILA. Doug Jamieson and Don Alton led the goaltenders race.

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