Midget Reps suffer first regular season loss

Six Nations Midget Rep forward Isaiah Whitlow gets physical with his oponent during what was a road loss to the Caledonia Thunder. This was the Midget Reps first regular season loss of the season. (Photo by Neil Becker) (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Reporter That flirt with regular season perfection is no more for the Six Nations Midget Reps. Riding a seven game winning streak, Six Nations nearly overcame a three goal deficit but ran out of time as they dropped a 3-2 road decision against the Caledonia Thunder. “I thought we looked tired,” Six Nations coach Ryan Davis said. “We weren’t pressuring the puck but I liked how we never gave up. We learned that you always have to be ready to play and not wait until it’s 3-0.” Four days after defeating the Tillsonburg Tornadoes 3-0 for their seventh straight win, the Midget Reps looked to keep that streak going with a January 24th encounter at the Haldimand County Community Centre where they were playing without their…

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