Chiefs win second in a row

Don't look now, but the Six Nations Pro-Fit Chiefs are beginning to click.
After some early kinks that resulted in three-straight losses, Cody Jamieson's goal with four seconds remaining in regulation gave the Chiefs a 9-8 win over the Brooklin Redmen.
And now the Chiefs have won two games in a row and improve to 2-4 in Major Series Lacrosse.
The Chiefs got off to a great start on the road with Ian MacKay and Frank Brown giving the Chiefs an early lead, before Matt Hossack and Liam Osborne responded for the Redmen.
Craig Point then scored late in the first period, giving the Chiefs another lead, before Ryan Keenan and Austin Shanks got the Redmen back on top.
The see saw battle continued midway through the period, when Randy Staats and Tyson Bell responded for the Chiefs, before Staats, Quinn Powless and Jordan Durston put their team back in teh lead.
Despite the run, the Redmen were not out of it and bounced back, going on a four-goal run thanks to a pair from Nick Chaykowsky, Shanks and Osborne tying things up, and setting up Jamieson's heroics.
Angus Goodleaf earned his second win in a row between the Chiefs pipes, making 49 stops, while his teammates forced Zach Higgins to make 39 saves.
On Tuesday, the two teams will face each other again, but this time at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena at 8pm.


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