Arrows win consecutive weekend games

Six Nations Arrows Hodowas Smith shows his strength in a battle with a Brampton opponent during third period action. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Writer It was the kind of momentum swinging week that the Six Nations Arrows needed. After starting the regular season with consecutive losses Six Nations have turned things around with consecutive weekend wins starting with a 12-5 Friday night road win against the Barrie Lakeshores followed two nights later by a 14-6 victory at home against the Brampton Excelsiors. “The chemistry wasn’t there yet, but now we have it,” Arrows Isaac Squire- Hill said. “The coaches said that we had a lax warm-up but we were ready to roll after that first period.” Looking to build off that momentum from their win against Barrie, Six Nations entertained the crowd Friday night with an early goal from Jake Rosa but couldn’t build off it as they found…

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