Chiefs grab two-game lead in playoff series versus Cobourg Kodiaks

By Sam Laskaris Writer In the end it was Sundown that prevented the Cobourg Kodiaks from possibly tying up their playoff series with the Six Nations Chiefs. Larson Sundown scored two late goals for the Chiefs who emerged with a 7-5 victory against the host Kodiaks in a Major Series Lacrosse (MSL) contest staged at the Baltimore Recreation Centre on Thursday. With the win Six Nations now leads its best-of-seven playoff series 2-0. The Chiefs had registered a lopsided 15-3 triumph in Game 1 on Wednesday. The Chiefs and Kodiaks were deadlocked at 5-5 late in the third period of Thursday’s outing. And it was uncertain and that point which club would prevail. Sundown then scored what proved to be the winning goal with just four minutes remaining. And he…

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