Elora Mohawks

Another one-sided victory for Elora Mohawks

ELORA – The Elora Mohawks kept the Point Edward Pacers scoreless in the second period as they ran to an 18-3 victory in Ontario Junior B Lacrosse League play Sunday night at the Elora and District Community Centre.

The Mohawks connected for seven goals in the middle frame and they were part of a 10-goal run for the hosts. Elora led 5-2 at the end of the first period and 12-2 after the second.

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The Mohawks made the visitors pay for their penalties as Elora went 6-for-13 on its power play. Point Edward didn’t score on its lone power play that came midway through the third period. The Mohawks were assessed four minutes in penalties, the other penalty being a coincidental minor in the second period. The Pacers were assessed 28 minutes in penalties on 12 minors and one double minor.

Brett Harrison led the Mohawks with four goals and three assists while Owen Moore had three goals and three assists and Sam Dramnitzke and Nick Aitchison each had two goals and four assists. Jabe Verbeek and Matt Allen each had two goals and two assists while Mark McIntosh had a goal and two assists and Brinley Wilson and Tobias Wilson each had three assists. Jayden Bushey had a goal and an assist while Owen Williams collected two assists, Kyle Detweiller scored a single goal and Trae Verbeek had an assist.

Brett Vince, Sebastien Frenette and Nathan Armstrong scored the goals for Point Edward while single assists went to Vince, Simon Doan, Armstrong and Quinn Beauregard.

The Mohawks outshot the Pacers 72-31. Nathan Whittom had 28 saves in net for Elora while Jacob Ferreira had 54 for Point Edward.

The win was the fourth in as many games for the Mohawks and each has been against a team making its season debut. Elora has outscored its opponents 67-15.

The game was also the third consecutive home game for the Mohawks. They’re to be at home again twice next weekend as they’re to host the St. Catharines Athletics Saturday at 7 p.m. and the Six Nations Rebels Sunday at 7 p.m.

Both the Athletics and Rebels have already been in action this year. The Athletics are 1-3-0 and the Rebels are 2-2-0.


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