Rebels on recording first round sweep

Six Nations Rebels Wes Whitlow gets ready to sacrifice his body during playoff Game 1 action at the I.L.A. against the St. Catharines Spartans. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Reporter Six Nations Rebels coach Miles General could hardly contain his excitement before breaking out into a smile and saying he loved “everything” about the Rebels’ Western Conference performance. The Rebels made a loud statement by winning that pivotal Western Conference preliminary best of five series opener against the St. Catharines Spartans by 10-2. General added, “ I don’t know where this has been all year. We’re starting to really peak and the guys have been picking it up at practice.” The Rebels carried that momentum onto the road for Game 2 in St. Catharines coming away with a 9-6 win. That win puts them on the cusp of sweeping the Spartans while moving them one step closer to becoming Founders Cup champions. Six Nations, who…

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