Hawks remain red hot

Hagersville Hawks forward Tycie Cowan hunts down a lose puck during weekend action at home against Grimsby. (Photo By Neil Becker)

Hawks get points in seven straight games By Neil Becker Sports Reporter After a sluggish start, life couldn’t be any better for what is a super charged Hagersville Hawks team. The Hawks opened the month of October with a 4-0 loss against the Glanbrook Rangers. The loss gave them only one win in their first seven regular season games, but it didn’t slow them down. The Hawks started with an October 5th 3-2 overtime loss against the second place Grimsby Peach Kings. But they turned it around quick. Hagersville has, after closing out the month with a Friday night 5-0 road win against the Dunnville Mudcats. followed by a 1-1 overtime draw at home against the Peach Kings, extended their point streak to seven consecutive games. “We’re really getting closer…

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