OLA Jr A Three Stars: Staats on Top

July 1, 2015

First Star- Austin Staats- Six Nations Arrows-  Austin Staats helped lead the Six Nations Arrows to back to back wins over the third place Brampton Excelsiors on the weekend. Staats tallied an impressive 17 points(9 goals,8 assists) in the pair of wins. His biggest performance came on Friday night with a colossal 11 points in the 16-5 win. Staats now has 86 points on the season, good enough for third…


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…


OLA Jr A Three Stars: Week Four

June 23, 2015

First Star- John St. John- Toronto Beaches By taking the literal definition of Most Valuable Player, there’s no arguing that John St. John has made a serious case to be crowned the 2015 OLA Jr. A MVP. He continued his impressive season this past week with 17 points in three games. The Ajax,ON native sits fourth in scoring(70), third in goals(38) and fifth in assists(32), all while leading the Beaches…


OLA Jr A Power Rankings: Week Four

June 19, 2015

1) Six Nations Arrows (11-1) Last Week: 10-7 W vs Orangeville, 14-1 W vs K-W, 8-6 W vs Whitby   The Arrows remain at the top of the power rankings, as they continue to roll, picking up three straight wins this past week. The Arrows faced a tough task to open their week with a road game in Orangeville on the schedule. While the Northmen led the game after forty…


BCJALL Power Rankings: Adanacs On Top

June 15, 2015

    1. Coquitlam Adanacs (11-1) Last Week: 17-5 W vs. Port Coquitlam This Week: vs. New Westminster The Adanacs continue to roll as the BCJALL’s most feared team and they proved they can win in a couple different ways. But one thing remains the same no matter what type of game they play: they defend incredibly well and they get great goaltending for Christian del Bianco, who is sporting…


OLA Junior A Power Rankings: Week 3

June 10, 2015

1) Six Nations Arrows (8-1) Last Week: 10-7 W over Mimico, 14-5 W over Mimico, 17-6 W over St. Catharines The Arrows kept rolling this past week, as they should have, as their three games this past week where all against the two worst teams in the Junior A loop. Six Nations picked up back to back wins over the Mimico Mountaineers, who to their credit fought valiantly against the…


OLA Jr A Three Stars: Week Five

June 8, 2015

Third Star- Bryce Keats- Toronto Beaches- Beaches rookie Bryce Keats had a big weekend, netting a goal and eight assist for nine points in two wins. The West Durham Rockmen grad now has 15 points in seven games with the Beach. Keats has played a ton of lacrosse already this summer with six additional games with the Ironheads Jr.B. In those six games he’s netted eight points. Second Star- Zach…


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…


OLA Junior A Power Rankings: Week Two

June 3, 2015

(1) Six Nations Arrows (5-1) Last Week: 12-7 W vs Barrie, 10-5 W vs Toronto, 12-6 W vs Toronto The defending champs move into the top spot in the rankings this week as they picked up three straight victories, in fairly dominating fashion. The Arrows opened the week up with a 12-7 win over the Barrie Lakeshores at home, as Austin Staats and Joe Maracle both had huge games offensively,…


Arrows Riding Three Game Winning Streak

June 1, 2015

The Six Nation Arrows had a tough game last Sunday as they lost to Burlington 7-6. Six Nations came back this week with three games to help them make the statement that they are the real deal. First up was a game vs. the Barrie Lakeshore. It was a home game for Six Nations on Thursday and the Arrows came out on top with a 12-7 win. The Arrows jumped…