Six Nations Fire win season opener versus Allegany Arrows

By Sam Laskaris Writer The Six Nations Fire managed to win its first ever regular season contest. The Fire, an expansion team in the First Nations Junior B Lacrosse League, downed the host Allegany Arrows 10-7 this past Saturday. The match was held at the Arrows’ home rink, the Allegany Community Center, in Salamanca, N.Y. The Fire travelled to its road contest with 13 runners and two goalies. Squads are allowed to dress a maximum of 18 runners and a pair of netminders. “I think they had the same amount of players,” said Johnny Powless, the former National Lacrosse League (NLL) star, who is serving as the head coach of the Fire in its inaugural season. “We both had short benches.” Powless was pleased his charges were able to emerge…

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