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Warriors top Jr. C with coordinated attack

Warriors top Jr. C with coordinated attack
Two convincing road wins this week for the Jr. C Six Nations Warriors as they thrash the Fergus Thistles 22-9 and the Oakville Buzz 13-7. File photo by Jim Windle

SIX NATIONS — Six NationsWarriors increased their dominance of the Jr. C lacrosse hierarchy to 10-wins against one loss, however, they have also played. More games than anyone else so far a good string of wins by Wilmott, who have only played seven games, Brantford, who are in third after eight games, could overtake them

SIX NATIONS — Six NationsWarriors increased their dominance of the Jr. C lacrosse hierarchy to 10-wins against one loss, however, they have also played. More games than anyone else so far a good string of wins by Wilmott, who have only played seven games, Brantford, who are in third after eight games, could overtake them while they wait for the rest of the league to catch up.

Friday, at the ILA, the Warriors handled the Oakville Buzz, 13-7 in a game that featured a second-period power surge by the Six Nations offence.

Oakville took a 2-0 lead with back-to-back goals scored by Alex Kew, Jodan Mke and Jaxon Martin took care of that but Oakville scored again at 15:05. Jaxon Martin evened the first-period score at 3-3 at 18:55 from Myke and Jon Perry-Smith.

Warriors newcomer Julian Moreno opened the second period, which sparked a tree goal Buzz run, which in turn set off a seven-goal-string to end the. Second period with the Warriors up 11-6. Jordan Myke and Parry-Smith added third-period goals for the 13-7 win.

Putting multiple points up for Six Nations were Jaxon Martin (3G,4A), Jordan Myke (4G,2A), Jon Perry-Smith (1G,4A), Tehas Powless (2G,1A), Luke Montour (1G,1A), Sam Gowland (1G), Julian Morenu (1G), Jake Smith (3A) , Todd Thomas (3A),  Kennedy Miller (1A), Jackson Miller (1A), and Dougie Powless (1A). Jackson Miller earned the win in the Warriors net.

The night before, at the Centre Wellington Sportsplex is Fergus, the Warriors cut through the Thistles 22-9. Gathering personal points in the walk-over were Todd Thomas (3G,6A), Jaxon Martin (3G,3A), Jordan Myke (6G, 2A), Shane Henry (1G,7A), Jon Parry-Smith (1G,5A), Tehas Powless (4G,2A),  Jake Smith (1G,2A). Logan Anderson AP (1G), Tyrese Staats (1G). Kennedy Miller (2A), Riley Hess (2A), and Julian Morenu (1G).

Leading the Warriors and the entire league in points are Shane Martin (20G,29A), Jordan Myke (21G-21A), and Jaxon Martin (19G, 22A).

The Warriors will take another shot at the Fergus Thistles Saturday, June 6th, in an afternooner at 2 pm, at the ILA.

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Jim Windle

Jim Windle

Jim Windle is a veteran news and sports reporter who has been published in a number of mediums and publications. contact Jim: windlejim@rocketmail.com

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