Penalties mount as Midgets lose

OHSWEKEN — The Cayuga Stars showed great discipline in defeating their hosts 5–2. On the other hand, Six Nations undisciplined play and resulting string of penalties prevented them from mounting any sustained pressure on the Stars while giving Cayuga ample opportunity to capitalize on man advantage opportunities.

Cayuga kept their nose clean throughout the game with no penalties called against them. Meanwhile Six Nations took 22 minutes in minor penalties, most of them of the aggressive nature, plus 20 minutes in misconducts and a game misconduct.

Lyle Jonathan led the penalty parade with two interference minors, two head check minors, a slash and an unsportsmanlike conduct, while Sam Green took a tripping call plus two misconducts all on the same play.

Cecil Monture scored for Six Nations as did Austin Staats. Cayuga goal scorers were Matt Kinnear, with three, and single markers by Polawski and Tyler Loney. PHOTO BY JIM WINDLE

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