by Gary Groob

ALL East Week 7 Game Recaps


Brampton Express 20 vs.  Peterborough Timbermen 11    

Millbrook Arena in Peterborough, On

The Brampton Express continued their winning ways with a 20-11 victory over the Peterborough Timbermen.  Gage Board (3g,6a), Zac Sunderland (4g,2a), and Mikael Chullin (5g,0a) led the offensive charge for the Express.  Dominant second and third quarters, in which they outscored the Timbermen 15-4, led them to victory. 

Although Peterborough's woes continue, the positive to be taken from this game was that for a good portion of the game the team was competitive.  Blaze White (4g,0a) and Riley Curtis (1g,4a) led the offense, with single goals from six other players.

The Three Stars:

1. Gage Board (Brampton)

2. Jonah Boehm (Brampton)

3. Blaze White (Peterborough)

Paris RiverWolves 13   vs.  Toronto Monarchs 15

Toronto Rock Athletic Centre in Oakville, On

In what was the game game of the week, the Toronto Monarchs outlasted the Paris RiverWolves 15-13 in a highly entertaining game. A strong ten minute portion of the second quarter jettisoned the Monarchs to a 9-4 lead.  Paris fought back all game, bringing it to within one goal early in the fourth quarter.  Toronto was able to withstand the challenge en route to a 15-13 victory. 

Toronto was led by Jordan Dance (3g,4a), Dan Williams (2g,4a), and Patrick Corbett (3g,1a), with Parker Pipher (1g,4a) playing the role of setup man.

For Paris, Kyle Dawson (4g,1a), Eddie Renaud (3g,1a), Daire Newbrough (2g,3a), and Luke Van Schepen (2g,0a) led the way, with Alex Kew (1g,5a) playing the setup man.

The Three Stars:

1. Dan Williams (Toronto)

2. Daire Newbrough (Paris)

3. Jordan Dance (Toronto)

Sunday at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena in Hagersville, Ontario 

Early Game:

Whitby Steelhawks 16  vs.  Ohsweken Bears 14

The Whitby Steelhawks were able to put together a dominant fourth quarter, scoring eight times, to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat.  Devin Pipher scored five times for Whitby in the quarter, helping the Steelhawks overcome a 12-8 deficit, for the 16-14 victory.  

The game was neck and neck throughout the entire first half, with neither team establishing dominance. A strong third quarter had Ohsweken in line for victory, but a brilliant fourth from Whitby put the "W" in the Steelhawks column.

For Whitby, Trent Boyd (3g,8a), Devin Pipher (5g,3a), and Tyler Goodchild (2g,5a) led the way offensively. 

For Ohsweken, James Whiteford (5g,3a), Wayne Hill (3g,0a), and Danton Miller (2g,2a) led the way, with Chris Attwood (1g,5a) playing the setup man.

The Three Stars:

1. Devin Pipher (Whitby)

2. James Whiteford (Ohsweken)

3. Trent Boyd (Whitby)

Late Game: 

Oshawa Outlaws 19 vs.  Six Nations Snipers 12

The Oshawa Outlaws had another big game, getting out to as much as a 16-4 lead before the Snipers got their offense moving.  Six Nations were able to score eight goals in the last 18:00 to make the score a respectable 19-12 final.

Luke Laskiewicz (7g,4a) led, John St. John (3g,5a), and Cole Hanrahan (5g,1a) led the way for the Outlaws.

Brent Longboat (2g,4a), Cheyton King (3g,1a), and Mitch Vanevery (2g,0a) led the Snipers offense, with Haudais Maracle (0g,5a) and Vern Hill (0g,5a) as the play makers.

The Three Stars:

1. Luke Laskiewicz (Oshawa)

2  Cole Hanrahan (Oshawa)

3. John St. John (Oshawa)