Resilient Rivermen force a deciding Game 5

Six Nations Rivermen’s Greg Longboat who had a two goal performance gets ready to speed around his defender during playoff action against Owen Sound at the G.P.A. (Photo By Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Reporter The Six Nations Rivermen aren’t giving up yet. The team took a hit this weekend losing two games in a best of three out of five series to the Owen Sound North Stars They entered the series with a solid regular season aimed at bringing home the Presidents Cup for the first time since 2015 behind them Having defeated Owen Sound in all three regular season meetings, the Rivermen couldn’t provide any Overtime magic as they dropped consecutive overtime games first by an 11-9 score at the G.L.A. before falling in Game 2 by an 8-6 overtime score which put them on the brink of elimination. “Going into Game 3, we were still confident that we could turn this thing around, but definitely had a…

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