Arrows come back again to take 2
The Warriors got off to a fast start, leading 6 1 by the 14:05 mark of the first period. But the Arrows kept plugging away and worked their way back into the contest. It was 6 3 after the first and 10 7 for Whitby after the second. The Arrows crept back within a goal at 11 10 when Brendan Bomberry ripped a shot home at 8:19. Then it was time for Johnny Powless to come up big.
"I'm proud of the guys," Powless said of his teammates. "We dug deep, we all believed in each other and never gave up and it showed tonight." He said that the Warriors threw a different look at them from the first game. "They adjusted from Game 1, their defence was a little different tonight. It took us a while to figure them out, but we've got good coaches on our bench and we eventually figured out how to get some good shots."
Curtis Knight had a big night for the Warriors, scoring 4 goals and adding 3 assists, while Ryan Keenan had a goal and 4 helpers and Reilly O'Connor chipped in with 5 assists. O'Connor said the Warriors were more successful getting inside to create opportunities than they had been in Game 1. "That's kind of our game plan on them. We know they have a solid defence," O'Connor said. "They're Nike Sneakers Casual
giving us those outside shots but we've got to keep continuing to get to the inside. I thought we did a pretty good job of that tonight but obviously at the end we just couldn't pull it out."
The Arrows' captain made a pair of outstanding one hand passes off two man game plays to set up the goals that would earn Six Nations the win. First, he fought off a defender who was in perfect position and flipped the ball to Josh Johnson cutting to the net and Johnson buried the tying goal at 11:09. Then he drove towards the net, drawing defenders with him, and tossed the ball back to Durston, whose laser beam found the top right corner at 12:43 for the last and most important goal of the game.
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Powless led the scoring parade for the Arrows with 3 goals and 3 assists. Bomberry, Johnson and Joseph Maracle each added a pair for Six Nations while Durston and Randy Staats each had a goal and 3 assists.
O'Connor noted that losing had become a foreign occurrence to his team during their hot streak down the stretch of the regular Nike Sneakers Black And Orange season and through the first two rounds of the playoffs. "We went on a 15 game winning streak so this is kind of new to us. We've got to learn to play with some adversity and come back Nike Shoes For Girls High Tops Grey
only led once in Friday night's Game 2 of the Ontario Lacrosse Association Junior A finals, but it was at the perfect time as they pulled out a 12 11 come from behind win to take a 2 0 lead in the series over the Whitby Warriors. Jordan Durston scored at 12:43 of the third period to cap a 4 goal Arrows run; it turned out to be the last goal of the game and the winner. Each team had a pair of 4 goal streaks and each scored a pair of shorthanded goals in the fast paced and intense contest before a large, enthusiastic crowd at the Iroquois Park Sports Centre.
but that's one thing that coach is saying and we're saying in the room is to stay positive because we know that a bounce here or there it could be 2 nothing for us in the series, so we've just got to keep going."
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