Six Nations Hoggz still looking for first win

The Six Nations Hoggz had lots of clutch hits and great defensive plays but came up empty on Friday night against the Haldimand A’s. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Writer There is absolutely no quit in the relentless Six Nations Hoggz. Coming through with some clutch hits Six Nations battled back from a four- run deficit but fell short in what was a 15-6 loss against the Haldimand A’s. Though the Hoggz have started the Junior Men’s fastball season with an 0-2 record, there is still optimism in how they improved in that second game. “The last game we weren’t really hitting,” Six Nations Isaiah Aaron said in reference to their season opening loss against Fisherville. “Today we started hitting more. We were connecting against a good pitcher. Everyone showed up.” Showing to know a thing or two about hitting himself, Aaron electrified the Six Nations home ball fans when in the third he socked…

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