OHSWEKEN Sunday afternoon provided another full slate of minor hockey action at the Gaylord Powless Arena.
The Six Nations Midgets, under the guidance of Coach Lyle Jonathan, shut out the Plattsville Rage 5–0 in a well-played game.
After a scoreless first period where the teams seemed to be studying each other, Six Nations opened up the offence in the second, beginning with a Devin Whitlow breakaway goal.
The Rage had trouble corralling a loose puck in front of their own goal, which Tanner Jonathan found and put in for a 2-0 lead. Whitlow and Sam Green assisted.
Daylen Hill made it 3-0 shortly thereafter with a wrist shot to the far side assisted by Keaton Green and Nick Martin.
With 1:15 remaining in the period, Trent Martin one-timed a pass into the Plattsville net to make it a 4-0 game. Austin Staats and Noah Miller assisted.
Staats scored the only goal of the third period assisted by Hill and Trevor Jonathan for the 5-0 final.
In Bantam action, the Six Nations Bantam Reps took down Plattsville’s Bantam Rage 5-1, earlier in the afternoon at the GPA.
They got themselves into a little trouble early in the game with a four-minute head-check penalty assessed to Ryco Davis, but Six Nations got through that unscathed.
Quwade Powless gave Six Nations a 1-0 lead with 56 minutes left in the period with a strong point shot assisted by Sandy Porter.
Less than a minute into the second period, Plattsville tied the game at 1-1 with Carson Cadwell scoring with a shot.
Riley Martin gave the lead back to Six Nations with what would stand as the game winner with another point shot set up by Devin Jamieson.
Sandy Porter scored his first of two goals to end the second period with Six Nations leading 3-1. Jacob Smith, and Porter scored in the third for the 5-1 win.
Also Sunday afternoon, the Six Nations Peewees didn’t have as much luck, dropping an 8-4 decision against Simcoe. Scoring for Six Nations were Cole Powless with two, Thunder Hill, and Zack Johnson.
Six Nations kept it close for two periods but a five-goal third period outburst by Simcoe overwhelmed Chandon Hill’s Peewees.