Arrows win second straight against Burlington

Six Nations Arrows Tehoka Nanticoke gets ready to take that critical shot during Sunday’ night’s game at the ILA against the Burlington Chiefs. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Writer There is no underestimating the significance of consecutive wins against the second place Burlington Chiefs. The Six Nations Arrows looking to get on that roll began the weekend with a 9-7 Friday night road loss to the Peterborough Lakers; before two nights later pulling off a 12-9 home win against the Chiefs. Four nights earlier the Arrows traveled to Burlington where they came away with a 7-6 win which was the Chiefs first loss of the season. “They’re a gritty team,” Arrows veteran Jeremy Bomberry said. “They’re good defensively and have quite a few good offensive players. Two wins against Burlington is huge for this team.” Looking to continue their rise in the overall standings, Six Nations grabbed control on Sunday with four consecutive goals…

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