By Neil Becker Sports Writer That flirt with perfection has come to an end for the Six Nations Rebels. The Rebels had hoped to repeat their 2014 undefeated regular season. That dream came to an end with a loss to last year’s Founders Cup champs the Elora Mohawks, Two days prior to what was a 15-8 loss against Elora, Six Nations ran their record to 12-0 with what was a Friday night home 18-8 win against the St. Catharines Spartans. Living out a lifetime dream was AP Tyrese Staats. Staats debuted for the Rebels and was named player of the game after a two- goal performance. “I always loved watching the Rebels and Arrows,” Staats said. “I had some jitters but it felt great playing my first Junior ‘B’ game….
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By Stephanie Levitz THE CANADIAN PRESS OTTAWA- An election campaign sure to feature plenty of pocketbook…