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Queen\'s goalie Tom Asma runs past Xavier Perron of Bishop\'s. (Photo: John Esford)

Queen\'s earned a big win over Bishop\'s while Western, Brock and Trent all had successful opening weeks to their seasons in CUFLA Week 2.

What a turnaround for the Queen's Gaels. Eight days after falling 8-2 to the Bishop's Gaiters in Lennoxville, the Gaels played host to the Gaiters and scored a resounding 16-9 win.?

Queen's got off to a strong start, responding to Eric Mawdsley's opening goal for Bishop's with five straight to take a 5-1 lead after the first quarter. Angus Rawding scored the final two goals of the quarter in the last 1:25, en route to his total of 4 goals and 2 assists.

Chris Boushy led the Gaels with 5 goals and 2 assists. A pair of his goals were critical to Queen's maintaining its lead in the second quarter as they were sandwiched around a four-goal run by the Gaiters. While Bishop's outscored Queen's 4-3 in the second, the Gaels replied with a 4-3 third quarter that put them in good position entering the final 20 minutes with a 12-8 lead. Queen's closed out the game with a 4-1 fourth to improve to 2-2 on the season, tying them with Bishop's but giving them the head-to-head tiebreaker with the Gaiters.

Mawdsley and Samuel Firth each had hat tricks for the Gaiters while Joel Wright added 2 goals and 2 assists.

Elsewhere around CUFLA in Week 2, Brock opened its season with a pair of wins that couldn't have looked much more different. The Badgers throttled Laurier 21-5 at home on Saturday. Then on Sunday, it took three fourth-quarter goals to overcome the Guelph Gryphons for a 9-8 road win.

Kurtis Woodland and Tyrus Rehanek, fresh off capturing the Founders Cup Canadian Jr B box lacrosse championship with the Elora Mohawks, led the way offensively for the Badgers. Woodland had 4 goals and Rehanek 5 assists. Zachery Luis had 4 goals to pace the Gryphons.

Western and Trent also opened their seasons and both reinforced their appearance as Baggataway Cup contenders with big wins. The Mustangs hammered Laurentian 23-2. The Excalibur faced traditionally more competitive foes but still came away with a pair of wide winning margins.

Trent used a balanced attack to down Bishop's 13-6 Saturday and Nipissing 21-10 Sunday. Nine different players had multi-goal games during the weekend while middie Nick Finlay hasn't scored a goal yet but is second on the team with 6 assists. The Excalibur added former CUFLA East scoring champion and two-time first-team All-Canadian Nick Chaykowsky, who is attending teacher's college at Trent. He makes an already solid roster that much more impressive. Scott Dominey continued his dominant performance for Nipissing. The 2017 CUFLA East scoring champ had 50 goals last fall and after scoring six against Trent he already has 15 through three games in 2018.

Week 2 Results and Coverage

Queen's 16 @ Carleton 3 Sep 15, 2018 Details
Western 23 @ Laurentian 2 Sep 15, 2018 Details
Bishop's 6 @ Trent 13 Sep 15, 2018 Details
Laurier 5 @ Brock 21 Sep 15, 2018 Details
McGill 12 @ Ottawa 10 Sep 15, 2018 W88Details
McGill 18 @ Carleton 2 Sep 16, 2018 Details
Brock 9 @ Guelph 8 Sep 16, 2018 Details
Bishop's 9 @ Queen's 16 Sep 16, 2018 Details
McMaster 10 @ Laurentian 11 Sep 16, 2018 Details
Trent 21 @ Nipissing 10 Sep 16, 2018 Details

McGill Athletics on Redmen wins over Ottawa and Carleton.?Guelph Sports Journal on Gryphons' loss to Brock.?
Peterborough Examiner on Trent's win over Bishop's.?
Nipissing Lacrosse on loss to Excalibur.?

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