Haux wins lacrosse gold

Estevan’s Wyatt Haux is a gold medal winner after a very successful week at the World Junior Lacrosse championship in Saskatoon last weekend.

Canada beat the Iroquois 15-10 Sunday at SaskTel Centre to conclude the three-team championship with those two teams and the United States. Canada won both round robin games 26-9 over the Iroquois and 16-7 over the United States.

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During the two-game round robin portion of the tournament, Haux scored a goal and an assist. He took a minor penalty in the final game.

Haux, 19, plays for the Saskatchewan Swat of the Rocky Mountain Junior A Lacrosse League. He had a goal and four assists in 15 regular season games, with 41 penalty minutes, and a goal and an assist in six playoff games with 27 penalty minutes. 

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