WILC: USA Indoor Team Has Questions and Strengths

August 20, 2015

People were wondering when the USA indoor team was going to come out with a roster, being so close to the world games next month and not hearing of anything since the tryouts way back in November. Well, we have life and USA Lacrosse put out a 31 man roster, which looks much different than the names of the tryout applicants who were first listed way back in the fall….


QSLL Finals: Axemen Lead Mohawks 2-0

August 14, 2015

The Quebec Senior Lacrosse League finals are underway, and the Capitol Axemen hold a 2-0 series lead over the Kahnawake Mohawks. The Axemen beat the Kahnawake Tomahawks in the first round while Mohawks played the second seed Vermont Voyeurs and came out on top. This past weekend the Axemen won 11-9 and 10-4 to beat the defending league champs. The Axemen had already won the regular season and looked to take the…


WILC Indoor Preview: Iroquis Nationals

August 10, 2015

The Iroquois Nationals will be the host team at this year’s World Indoor Lacrosse Championship that will be held on the Onondaga reservation in central New York. Coming off a third place finish at the field games in Denver last summer—it was the highest they have ever finished in field—Onondaga expects a higher finish with the box lacrosse games where they normally take second as Canada has never lost gold in…


Rebels Get Past Orangeville to Advance to Ontario Finals

August 4, 2015

The Six Nations Rebels are still alive in their chase of a fifth straight Founders Cup Championship. After Six Nations swept their opponents in the first two rounds, Orangeville became the Rebels contender for the Ontario semifinals. After games One and Two Six Nations took the 2-0 series lead and it looked like it would be another series sweep. But Orangeville got the 8-3 road win in game Three and…


Rivermen Win Game One Over Titans

July 25, 2015

The Six Nation Rivermen get the first game victory over the Oakville Titans in game one of the Ontario SR B semifinals, 12-5. The Riverman jumped out to the 1-0 after a rocket of a shot from Corey Bomberry. Oakville stuck around keeping the game close as they hoped to get the big upset but it was just not enough. As Warren Hill shut the door on Oakville stopping a…


QSLL Power Rankings: Axemen On Fire

July 9, 2015

1.     Capital Axemen had a huge 17-4 victory Saturday over the Mohawks. This gives the Axemen a 12-1 record as they stay in first and should be getting the top seed come playoff time. Alex Kedoh Hill helped play a big part in getting his team the win with (4G, 3A). Raj Wasson had four assists and Tim Bergin had three of his own upping his season point total…


Chiefs Defeat Kodiaks 11-7 Behind Benesch, Merrill

July 9, 2015

The Six Nation Chiefs got back to their winning ways when they took on the Kitchener Waterloo Kodiaks Tuesday night. The last time KW came to the ILA they walked away with the season opening win. On this night though, things were a bit different with star player Ryan Benesch now with Six Nations. Things started off pretty good for the home team after Johnny Powless opened up the scoring…


Arrows Clinch Top Playoff Seed

July 6, 2015

The Six Nation Arrows have reached their goal as the number one seed in the playoffs. They did that by taking down Burlington 10-8 Thursday night in an overtime game. Ryan Lee has shown great success since coming over from the Toronto Beaches with six points (2G, 4A) in the game. Brendan Bomberry scored twice, while Jordan Durston dished out three assists and scored a goal. Goalie Doug Jamieson saved 44…


QSLL Power Rankings: Axemen on Top

July 2, 2015

1.     The Capital Axemen are 11-1 in league play so far and look like the clear favorite to run away with a league title on the way to the Presidents Cup. Tim Bergin is leading not only the offense but also the league with 74 points. Tim had a good CLax season and transferred that over right to summer ball where he has been one of the best this season….


Six Nations Warriors Dominating Jr C

June 29, 2015

In Junior C lacrosse news, the Six Nation Warriors finished their regular season with a perfect 16-0 record. This past weekend they had back to back home games at the ILA. Six Nations took down Halton Hills, 18-7, and Oakville, 10-3. Besides the first game of the season, a close 11-9 win over Huntsville, the Warriors have been blowing out their opponents all year. This past weekend saw Baily Skye, Riley…