Rivermen continue to dominate

Six Nations Rivermen forward Joe Maracle Jr. gets ready to hunt down a possible rebound during weekend action against the Brooklin Merchants. (Photo by Neil Becker).

Rivermen showcase dominant offence By: Neil Becker Sports Reporter Once the Six Nations Rivermen took to the floor, they were all business. Riding the momentum of a three game winning streak, which included a suspense filled 12-11 win against the Brooklin Merchants, both teams, a week later, went at it for that anticipated rematch which saw the Rivermen emerge at home with a 14-5 victory. “The offenders were moving the ball well and giving each other good looks,” Rivermen vet Alex Martin said. Six Nations grabbed early momentum as they scored four first period goals jump started by Wayne Hill at the 57 second mark and followed by Rayce Vyse, Brendan Muise and with only 59 seconds remaining in the first Josh Byers as they carried a 4-2 lead into…

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