Snipers beat defending league champions for their first victory of the season

By Sam Laskaris Writer It took a lot longer than what they would have preferred. But the Six Nations Snipers finally managed to win an Arena Lacrosse League (ALL) game this season. The Snipers registered their first W of the current campaign this past Saturday when they downed the Toronto Monarchs, the defending league champs, 13-8 in a match held at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena (ILA). The Six Nations squad had lost its first seven outings this season. Snipers’ head coach Darcy Powless had an inkling that something positive would happen for his charges early on Saturday. “Maybe it was because we were playing at home again,” said Powless, who also doubles as the Snipers’ general manager. “It just seemed like a happy group of guys in the dressing room…

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