This Week In The Arena Lacrosse League (ALL) For Week Eleven

With 5 Straight wins, the Snipers are the hottest team in the league.

Saturday February 29th:

Whitby Steelhawks vs. Peterborough Timbermen at the Millbrook Arena.

The Steelhawks jumped out to a 6-0 lead early, and while the Timbermen mounted a small comeback in the second quarter, the outcome was never in doubt with Whitby winning 16-7.

The Steelhawks were led offensively by Liam Osborne (3g,5a), and Cam Milligan (6g,1a), with Jeff Fernandes (1g,6a), and Dylan Hutchison (2g,4a) being the set up guys.

Lukas Coote was outstanding in net for Whitby only giving up seven goals.

Skkylar Thomas (2g,0a), Vaughn Harris (1g,3a), and Ty Thompson led the scoring for Peterborough.

The Three Stars:

1. Lukas Coote G Whitby
2. Cam Milligan F Whitby
3. Mark Farthing T Whitby

Paris RiverWolves vs. Toronto Monarchs at the Toronto Rock Athletic Centre (TRAC).

In a back and forth matchup, with both teams getting on decent runs, both Toronto and Paris found themselves deadlocked early in the fourth quarter. The Monarchs scored two quick goals (at 2:02, and 2:43), and with the outstanding goaltending of Joel Watson, in net for Toronto, were able to hold on to a 10-9 upset victory over the Paris RiverWolves.

The Monarchs were led by Todd Kozaks (2g,1a), Tyler Ferreira (2g,0a), and Stefan Diachenko (1g,2a), with Graham Bergsma (0g,6a) being the setup man.

Pat Saunders (3g,2a), Josh Medeiros (2g,2a), and Drake Smith (2g,1a) led the offense for Paris.

The Three Stars:

1. Joel Watson G Toronto
2. Pat Saunders F Paris
3. Graham Bergsma F Toronto

Sunday March 1st:

St. Catharines Shockwave vs. Six Nations Snipers.

The hottest team in the league right now is the Six Nations Snipers, winning their fifth game in a row with a 15-11 victory over the St. Catharines Shockwave.

The game went back and forth through the first half, with each team matching the other every step of the way.

The Snipers put together a run early in the third quarter, and controlled play the rest of the game.

Rookie Marshall Powless led the way for Six Nations with three goals and three assists, also being named the first star.

Alec Tamas (2g,2a), Tye Argent (2g,2a), Marshall Powless (2g, 2a), Justin Martin (2g,1a), and Jordan Goddard (2g,0a), led the Snipers all with two goals each, while Sid Powless (1g,4a) was the setup man.

Bryan Neufeld (2g,2a), Layne Smith (2g,2a), Cody Menzies (2g,1a), and Anthony Patterson (2g,0a) led the Shockwave offense, each with two goals.

Bryan Neufeld set the single season scoring record with 85pts besting the previous record of 83 shared by Austin Murphy and John St. John.


The Three Stars:

1. Marshall Powless R Six Nations
2. West Whitlow F Six Nations
3. Dylan Sprentz G Six Nations

Upcoming Games:

Saturday March 7th at the Children’s Arena in Oshawa…

Peterborough Timbermen vs. Oshawa Outlaws at 3pm.

Six Nations Snipers vs. Whitby Steelhawks at 7pm.

Sunday March 8th at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena (ILA) in Haggersville, Ontario.

Toronto Monarchs vs. St. Catharines Shockwave at 1pm.

Peterborough Timbermen vs. Paris RiverWolves at 4pm.

Standings:

Whitby Steelhawks…………….9-2
Paris RiverWolves………………8-3
Peterborough Timberme……5-5
Six Nations Snipers…………….5-6
St. Catharines Shockwave…..4-7
Oshawa Outlaws………………..4-7
Toronto Monarchs……………..3-8

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