OLA Jr. B: Nepean gets the best of crosstown rival Gloucester

May 28, 2018

The Nepean Knights and Gloucester Griffins renewed their rivalry on Friday night, May 18th, at Earl Armstrong arena in Gloucester. The Griffins came into the game looking for their first win of the young season, but were defeated on home floor 13-11 in overtime. The Griffins drew first blood at the three minute mark but the Knights responded two minutes later to even the score. Knights’ starting goalie Denzel Moran-Weekes…

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Rebels Take Game 1 of OJBLL West Finals

July 25, 2015

Danton Miller netted a hat trick including the game winner as the Six Nations Rebels knocked off the Orangeville Northmen to jump out to a 1-0 lead in the OJBLL West Finals last night at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena. Miller also chipped in with an assist for a four point night. Miller now has 28 points in the 2015 postseason, tied for tenth among all playoff scorers. Leading the way…

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OJBLL Top Ten Rankings: Gaels, Bulldogs Advance

June 3, 2015

Six Nations Rebels (13-0) (Last Week: 1) – 13 games into the 2015 seasons and the Six Nations Rebels remain unbeaten. The Rebels had a busy week with three games, in which they scored 20 plus goals twice. Six Nation’s offense has exploded, combining for 73 goals for in their last four games. The offense has been led by Miller Danton, Garrett Vyse-Square and Mitch Green who each have hit…

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OJBLL Top Ten Rankings: Rebels On Top

May 22, 2015

1. Six Nations Rebels (9-0) (Last Week:1) – Nearly half way through the season and the Six Nations Rebels remain unbeaten. The Rebels picked up a pair of victories(10-5 vs. Niagara, 9-7 vs. Guelph). Mitch Green had a big weekend, netting three goals and six assists for nine points in two games. Briley Miller continued his dominance in the net, improving his record to 8-0 while posting a 5.50 GAA. The…

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OJBLL Playoff Update: Goaltenders Stealing the Show in Conference Finals

July 29, 2014

The road to the 2014 Founders Cup continues as the Ontario Junior B Lacrosse League (OJBLL) conference finals began this past week. The Halton Hills Bulldogs have a 2-0 stranglehold on the Akwesasne Indians after a pair of convincing wins, outscoring their opponents 27-11 this past weekend at Gordon Alcott Arena in Georgetown. Seth Laidlaw and Adam Charalambides led the way for the Bulldogs, each netting 11 points in the…

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