Hill comes up huge

photo by Darryl Smart
When Warren Hill got the call, the Six Nations Pro-Fit Chiefs goalie made it count.
The rookie faced 54 shots, including eight in overtime to help the Chiefs slip by the Oakville Rock 11-10 at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena.
"It felt really nice to contribute," Hill said with a smile after the game. "It was a great team win."
In overtime, Jeremy Noble struck first to give the Rock a lead two minutes into the frame. But 37 seconds later, Dhane Smith scored his second goal of the game to tie things back up.
Randy Staats then scored the game-winner, which was his third of the game.
While Staats scored three, Smith, Dan Dawson and Ryan Benesch each scored two goals. Jordan Durston and Craig Point pitched in with one goal.
With the win, the Chiefs are 9-4-2, one point behind the second-place Rock and Brooklin Re
Thursday the Chiefs can gain some valuable ground when they face the Peterborough Lakers on the road at 8 p.m. Currently the Lakers sit in first place, three points behind the Chiefs.
Tuesday the Chiefs are back at home for their final home game of the regular season against teh Brampton Excelsiors.


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