Six Nations Midget 1 drop exhibition opener

Though it may only be exhibition that doesn’t stop Six Nations Midget 1 player Jason Loft from giving maximum effort in checking his Guelph opponent. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By: Neil Becker Sports Reporter No doubt there are high expectations for the Six Nations Midget 1 squad. Recently after dropping a pre-season exhibition lacrosse tilt by a 5-3 score against Guelph, Six Nations Tayton Skye didn’t hold back when talking about his team’s overall potential. “I think we can win it,” Skye said. “We definitely should have won this game. We’re better than them.” When asked about his game, which saw him score two goals and an assist Skye still wearing his game face said, “I should have had six goals.” Though it was only exhibition you could feel the intensity in what was a physically played game, which included several penalties for both teams. “We took to many penalties,” Six Nations team manager Louis Vilez said. “Penalties won’t…

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