Chiefs open playoffs with lopsided victory against Kodiaks

Backed by solid goaltending from Warren Hill and a nine-point night from Austin Staats the Six Nations Chiefs registered a lopsided victory in their playoff opener. (Photo by Sam Laskaris) By Sam Laskaris Writer Now that the playoffs have arrived, the Six Nations Chiefs are keen to build upon their regular season successes. The Chiefs certainly did that on Wednesday as they made quite a statement. The Six Nations squad registered a lopsided 15-3 victory over the visiting Cobourg Kodiaks in Game 1 of their best-of-seven Major Series Lacrosse (MSL) semi-final series. Chiefs’ offensive star Austin Staats led the way with a dominant nine-point performance, including seven goals, in the contest which Six Nations hosted at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena. “It was a great way to start our post-season, put…

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