SIX NATIONS – The Peterborough Lakers are always a good litmos test for any lacrosse team at any level, and if Monday’s annual Bread and Cheese game at the ILA was any indicator, the 2015 Six Nation Arrows Express will be just fine.
SIX NATIONS – The Major Series Sr. A Six Nations Pro-Fit Chiefs proved they are serious about keeping the Mann Cup in Six Nations of the Grand River Territory for the third consecutive season with the signing of Johnny Powless, Alex Kedoh Hill, and Dhane Smith at the Pro-Fit Health Club on Sixth Line Road.
SIX NATIONS – The “Drive-for-Five” season continues as the four-time Founders Cup winning Six Nations Rebels posted two more victories this week to improve their 2015 record to 9-0 to lead the Southwest Division with 18 points.
SIX NATIONS – Chauncey Hill led the Jr. C Six Nations Warriors to an 18-4 drubbing of the Shelburne Vets at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena Saturday night and followed that up with Sunday’s 13-12 triumph over the Huntsville Hawks by scoring the game winner with 2 seconds remaining in regulation time.
Six Nations Warriors Jr. C’s have opened their 2015 season on the right note after last week’s 11-9 win over Huntsville and this week’s 20-6 lashing of the Caledon Bandits at the ILA.
OHSWEKEN – The Six Nations Rivermen dropped back-to-back games against the St. Catharines Saints this week in OLA Sr. B lacrosse action. Thursday night in St. Kitts, they lost 9-7 and on Sunday afternoon, they lost 7-5 at home.
It’s hard to tell if the visiting St.