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Offseason Roundup


In Major Series Lacrosse action this week, Black wolves players Johnny Powless and David Brock went head to head on Tuesday, June 12 when the Oakville Rock took on the Six Nations Chiefs. Powless contributed one goal and a season high four assists, but it wasn’t enough, as the Rock outscored the Chiefs 13-8. 
 
Matt Spanger and Reilly O’Connor both contributed to the Brooklin Redmen’s victory over the Cobourg Kodiak’s on Wednesday with Spanger adding a goal and an assist, and O’Connor contributing two assists.  
 
Over in the Western Lacrosse Association, JP Kealey contributed one goal and one assist on Wednesday night to help lift the Langley Thunder over the Coquitlam Sr. Adanacs 8-7.  
 
Thursday was a busy day for the Black Wolves in the MSL. Three Black Wolves were on the floor during the matchup between the Six Nations Chiefs and the Brampton Excelsiors. Brock (Six Nations) and Anthony Joaquim (Brampton) were kept quiet during the game but Brampton’s Joel Coyle added three assists in their very tight win over the Chiefs, 13-12.  
 
Also meeting on Thursday were Spanger and Kyle Buchanan. Spanger added one goal to his weekly total of three goals and one assist. Buchanan, who played opposite Spanger for the Peterborough Lakers also contributed one goal as well as one assist. Buchanan’s goals helped to put away the Redmen for a final score of 8-4. 
 
On Sunday, Brooklin’s Spanger dropped his third goal of the week, but the Redmen suffered a tough loss to Cobourg, 12-3. 
 
Back in the WLA, Kealey netted four goals, bringing him to twelve goals on the season. Although he contributed four goals and two assists, it wasn’t enough, and the Thunder fell to the Nanaimo Timbermen 13-16. 
 
Monday night’s game between the Brampton Excelsiors and the Oakville Rock brought four Black Wolves players onto the field. Representing Oakville was Powless, while Joaquim, Coyle and Brooker Muir were on the field for Brampton. Muir added one assist while Oakville’s Powless finished the night with two assists in the Rock’s 20-6 victory over the Excelsiors.