Warriors propelled by huge second period rally

Six Nations Warriors Jaxon Martin gets ready to make that play during Junior ‘C’ playoff action at the ILA against Wilmot. After three games, Wilmot holds a 2-1 Divisional Finals series lead. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Reporter There was no stopping a red hot Six Nations Warriors offence from taking over during second period play. Fighting for their playoff lives the Warriors who dropped the first two games of their best of five Divisional Finals series against the Wilmot Wild by 11-3 and 14-12 in overtime, travelled to Wilmot where they overcame a five-goal deficit with 10 second period goals in what was an eventual 12-11 Game 3 series win. “We did go into the series expecting it to be a long one, just because we’ve always been so competitive and intense against each other,” Warriors’ Jaxon Martin said. “We knew it would be a long hard fought series where every little thing would matter.” Six Nations, who split their season series…

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