Major Series Lacrosse – MSL Classic

There were two games at the Toronto Rock Athletic Centre (TRAC) on Tuesday night.

All four teams were fielding young lineups once again, seeing what their organizations had, and what they needed when regular play would begin again next summer. Both games were high scoring affairs, showing off some of the skill, and excitement that the MSL has to offer.

Six Nations Chiefs 15 vs. Cobourg Kodiaks 7

Austin Staats (5g, 0a), Kobe Whitcomb (4g,0a), and Brendan Bomberry (1g,9a) led the way for the Chiefs on way to a 15-7 victory. Jumping out to a 7-0 lead by the 8:20 mark of the first quarter, Six Nations cruised to the win. Cobourg tried to mount some offense in the second quarter with Brandon Robinson (3g,0a) leading the charge, but the powerful Chief lineup was too strong for the much younger Kodiaks squad in this game.

Owen Sound 10 vs. Brooklin Lacrosse Club 19

Owen Sound was able to hang around with the Brooklin squad throughout the first half, heading to the dressing room down just 8-7. The second half however, was a different story. Led by Chris Boushy (4g,4a), Dan Michel (4g,4a), Jonathan Donville (4g, 3a), and Connor Kearnan (3g,2a), with the play making of Ryan Keenan (1g, 8a), Brooklin ran away with the game that finished 19-10.



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