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Sarnia Beavers Sr Lacrosse Dropped Two Games
Monday june 30, 2014


The Sarnia Beavers dropped two games at home over the weekend in Ontario Senior B Lacrosse league action.


On Saturday the Beavers were edged out by a single goal against the Oakville Titans that ended with a 11 - 10 final. 

Sarnia took a 7 - 4 lead in the first period but remained scoreless in the second and allowing Oakville 6 goals to take the 10 - 7 lead after two.  In the final period the Beavers outscored Oakville 3 - 1 and time ran out and they took the loss.

"We just played one bad period."  Coach Nick Trudeau said "We totally outplayed Oakville in 2 periods but no one came to play in the second period and we lost it 6 - 0 and that's how we lost that game."

Colin McDowall led the Beavers scoring 3 goals with Chris Davey and Jim Purves each adding 2.  Cling Lamarsh, Kyle Childerhose, Ryan Charteris each added 1.


Tye Belanger suffered the loss in net.



In the second game on Sunday the Beavers hosted the Six Nations Rivermen and after taking a 9 - 7 lead after the end of two periods they let up in the third period and gave the Rivermen a 13 - 10 win.


"Another one I think we had."  Trudeau said "We been in every game except for 2 this year and tonight's one of those ones that we could have had and we let it slip through our fingers."

Colin McDowall once again led the Beavers with 3 goals, Kyle Childerson, Jim Purves and Kevin Fines scored 2 apiece and Chris Davey added a single.


Tye Belanger was in net for the loss.


"You got to learn how to loose to win in this league we have lost enough now with so many close games all the way through. It's just getting so frustrating for everybody but we are learning, it's a hard learning curve to get over."


The Beavers have dropped to 6th spot in the standings race (4-10).  Sarnia has two games remaining in the regular season the first on Saturday July 5th at home against the league leaders Ennismore James Gang at 4:00 pm at  Clearwater arena.

"The best team of the league is coming down next week and we have a chance to step up and finally prove that we belong in this league." said Trudeau

 The final regular season game will be played on Saturday July 12 in Oakville.



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