Rebels bounce back after first regulation loss

Six Nations Rebels sharp shooter Chayton King gets ready to unleash a shot during Friday night home action against Guelph. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Writer It’s no secret that there are high expectations for the Six Nations Rebels. After starting the season with twelve straight wins, the Rebels hit a snag by suffering their first loss against Elora Mohawks before successfully rebounding with three straight wins. “Against Elora, we couldn’t stay out of the box,” Rebels rookie Tycie Cowan said. Everyone wants to have a perfect season. It’s tough but it gives you a reality check that you have to bring it every night.” Since that loss Six Nations defeated the Hamilton Bengals 8-7 before most recently finishing up the month of May with a Friday night 12-2 win against the Guelph Regals before three days later pulling out a 16-7 road win against the Welland Generals. “We moved the…

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