Stallions register pair of victories despite being short-staffed

Joel Johnson backstopped the Six Nations Stallions to a pair of season-opening victories this past weekend. Photo courtesy Danton Miller.

By Sam Laskaris Writer Not many showed up. But that didn’t seem to matter for the Six Nations Stallions, who managed to win their first two contests of the Ontario Senior Men’s Field Lacrosse League (OSMFLL) this past Saturday. Just 11 Stallions players were available for duty for the contests, which were held at Norton Park in Burlington. The Six Nations squad registered a convincing victory, 14-3, over the United Lacrosse Club from Kitchener-Waterloo, in its opening match. The Stallions then eked out a 13-12 win over the Orangeville Generals just a few hours later. “I thought we did well, considering we only had one substitute,” said Wes Whitlow, the Stallions’ player who sits atop the OSMFLL scoring race after racking up 13 points in the two outings. Whitlow compiled…

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