Jamieson brilliant in season opening win

Doug Jamieson showed why the Six Nations Pro-Fit Chiefs made certain to protect him prior to the 2018 Major Series Lacrosse draft.
 Jamieson was tested often, but only a pair of goals from Kyle Killen was able to beat him as the Chiefs ran away with a 9-2 win over the Cobourg Nissan Kodiaks Saturday.

While Jamieson, who backstopped the junior A Six Nations Arrows to another Minto Cup last season was strong between the pipes, the offence did their part, scoring three times in each period.
Randy Staats led the way with two goals and four assists, while Dhane Smith scored once and added four helpers. Jordan Durston and Six Nations Rebels junior B call up Riley Miller also pitched in with two goals each, while Kobe Whitcomb and Oran Horn netted singles.
Down at the other end, Kevin Orleman, who was the first overall draft pick by the  in the 2018 MSL draft played his first-ever MSL game between the pipes for the Kodiaks and had a solid game.

On Tuesday, the Chiefs host the Peterborough Lakers at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena in the first half of a home-and-home set that finishes up Thursday in Peterborough. Both games are at 8 p.m.
If you are not able to get to Tuesday's game at the ILA, it will be streamed thanks in part to Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation, who are helping sponsor the home webcasts this summer.
The Chiefs are still looking for webstream sponsors. If you would like to help, contact Darryl smart at darrylsmart1@yahoo.ca.


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