The Akwesasne Indians have been Junior B semifinalists the last 2 summers in Ontario. If they want it to be at least 3 straight summers, they’ve got a 0-2 deficit against the Oakville Buzz to erase, and that’s something the Indians are confident they can do. But making the challenge of winning 3 straight games even tougher is that the Indians need to win all 3 games at Oakville. “Yeah, we’re going on the road, yeah, everything’s working against us, but just relax, play lacrosse, and we’ll see what happens,” Akwesasne coach Garrett Cree told the Standard-Freeholder. “Just put the emotions aside, and enjoy it. Get that sadness out of the way.” Cree said his biggest challenge is restoring his team’s confidence after losing by 4 goals and 5 goals and giving up 25 goals in the first 2 games. “It will be tough, no doubt, but if we understand that we just have to win that one game, and go from there, we’ll be all right,” said Cree. Game 3 of the series is Friday at Oakville at 8 p.m.