Atom Reps take commanding OMHA series lead

Six Nations Atom Rep forward Chaz Hill gets ready to celebrate after scoring that all important OMHA playoff Game 2 goal against Delhi during weekend action at the G.P.A. The Atom Reps are now only one win away from wraping up their series. ( Photo by Neil Becker )

By: Neil Becker Sports Reporter There was no stopping what was a determined Ryden Bomberry from doing what he enjoys best, which is scoring goals. Showing that ability to perform when the playoff pressure is on, Bomberry struck for three straight third period goals which with the stellar goaltending from Memphis McNaughton paced the Six Nations Atom Reps to a 5-1 win, which now gives them a commanding 2-0 best of five OMHA series lead against the Delhi Rockets. “Today they (Delhi) came out fast and we didn’t panic,” Six Nations coach Travis Anderson said. “Once our legs got going we were like a machine.” Coming off a series opening 4-3 win, Six Nations found themselves facing a determined Delhi team who generated some early chances and were rewarded a…

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