Bantam Reps looking to find winning groove

Six Nations Bantam Rep’s Easton Johnson, gets ready to make that key defensive play dyuring second period action at the Gaylord Powless Arena against Tavistock. Six Nations goalie Marlee Monture, played exceptionally well in what was an eventual loss. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By: Neil Becker Sports Reporter It’s been a rough couple of days for the Six Nations Bantam Reps. A week after soundly defeating the Port Dover Pirates by a 6-2 score, the Bantam Reps couldn’t build off that momentum as they first six days later dropped a 10-1 decision against the Port Dover Pirates which was followed the next night by a 9-3 loss at the Gaylord Powless Arena against Tavistock Titans. Looking to deliver some payback after dropping a late November 7-2 decision against Tavistock, the Bantam Reps, who on this night got some solid goaltending from Marlee Monture, got an early first period goal from power forward Blair Green but still found themselves trailing 3-1 heading to the second. Without question that second would prove to be the…

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