No quit in the Six Nations Pee Wee Rep

Looking to make that perfect pass is Six Nations Pee Wee Rep Crosby Anderson in action against the Tillsoburg Tornadoes. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Reporter There is absolutely no quit in what is a resilient Six Nations Pee Wee Rep squad. Finding themselves facing an uphill battle in trailing 3-1 after a period of play, the Six Nations offence went to work as they tied things up late in the second, but couldn’t build off that momentum as they eventually dropped a 6-4 weekend decision at the Gaylord Powless Arena against the Tillsonburg Tornadoes. Six Nations player Ashton Van Every who had quite a few chances replied, “Taking less penalties,” when asked about what the team needs to work on going forward. In terms of what Tillsonburg did well in gaining the victory Van Every said, “They pressured us and they were good five on three.” Coming into play looking…

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