Peewee Snipers take home silver

Six Nations Peewee Snipers Jr. Johnson is all smiles after receiving the game ball following what was a two goal peformance in what was a championship loss at the ILA against the Oshawa Outlaws. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Writer Six Nations Pee Wee Snipers Forward Jr. Johnson has proven a real force to be reckoned with. Johnson received the game ball and strong praise from head coach Miles Genera following a two goal performance in a 12-5 championship loss against the Oshawa Outlaws. “I just like the game,” Johnson, who was proudly clutching the game ball, said. “I like coming out, playing hard and scoring. My dad played and he used to score. One day I want to be like him.” Taking to the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena floor in search for Peewee gold, Six Nations was forced to play from behind as they found themselves trailing 2-0 early in the first. Showing no panic Six Nations continued to generate chances and were finally rewarded…

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