Six Nations Peewee Reps fall short against Port Dover

Six Nations Pee Wee Rep forwward Kariwanoro Squire unleashes a slap shot for that quality scoring opportunity during weekend action against the Caledonia Thunder. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Reporter The game plan for Six Nations Peewee Rep coach Dennis MacDonald is quite simple. While obviously the ideal situation would be to win every game, MacDonald whose team now sits with a 1-6-1 record has seen improvement and is focusing on his players continuing to successfully develop those individual skills while of course having fun. “Trying to keep them focused and improving,” MacDonald said about the team goals. There was no hesitation when asked about what he has liked from his team’s early season performance as he replied, “We’ve blocked a few more shots, we’ve kept the shots down and stayed close to some top teams. We’ve also improved positionally and given up fewer shots.” Following a solid start which saw the Peewee Reps win…

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