By Josh Giles Writer Peace finally reigns for Junior A lacrosse. It appears that the Six Nations Arrows have reached a middle ground agreement with the Ontario Junior A Lacrosse League (OJALL). Having had a rough breakup, the Six Nations Arrows left the OJALL to form a new lacrosse league. The Tewaaraton Lacrosse League (TLL) is set to kick off this August with the Arrows organization in it. But the move caused some uproar in the Six Nations community as it would put the Six Nations Arrows out of the Minto Cup scene. Players like Cody Jamieson were opposed to the move so much so, that Jamieson became a Governor representing Six Nations with the OJALL, with plans to bring a team back and give kids the option to play….