Six Nations Pee Wee Reps refuse to lose

By Neil Becker Sports Writers Right now, the Six Nations Pee Wee Reps can’t be beaten. Full of confidence following a first round OMHA playoff sweep against the Burford Coyotes, Six Nations managed to overcome a two- goal deficit in an eventual 4-4 draw in southern counties weekend action against the Port Dover Pirates. “When we play as a team, we’re really good,” Six Nations coach Dennis MacDonald said. “When we don’t move the puck, we’re not good.” A major feel- good story line was the play of Six Nations Atom Rep goalie Peyten Vyse-Hill, who’s high light saves crowned her debut with the Pee Wee Reps. “This is my first time,” Vyse-Hill said about playing with the Atom Reps. “I was a little nervous.” When asked what she believes…

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