Rebels complete first round sweep!

Six Nations Rebels sharp shooter Josh Miller receives a pass from Layne Smith and gets ready to take that pivital shot during playoff action against the Point Edward Pacers. (Photo By Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports News These are exciting times for the Six Nations Rebels who recently took a giant step towards that ultimate goal of triumphantly hoisting this year’s Founders Cup. Coming off a dominating campaign, Six Nations made a bold statement by completing a first round best of five sweep by defeating the Point Edward Pacers by a whopping 23-5 score.“We can’t take teams easily,” Rebels goalie Daniel Hill who had a 26 save performance in the series clinching win said.  Riding the momentum of a series opening 14-6 win followed 24 hours later by a 19-7 win, the Rebels who last won the Founders back in 2014, were led offensively by an 11 point performance from forward Chayton King (6 goals, 5 assists), followed by a six point…

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