Rebels take control of playoff series against Windsor

Six Nations Rebels rookie Tycie Cowan gets ready to shoot on the Windsor Clippers goal (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Writer Six Nations Rebels forward Marshall Powless believes his team team can play even better. After starting their second round series with a Friday night 12-7 home win against the Windsor Clippers, Powless who had four goals and a five point performance added, “We have confidence but we still know we need to work hard every single game and practice.“ Six Nations thrilled the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena fans when consecutive goals from Wes Whitlow and Mason Hill gave them a 2-0 lead six and a half minutes into regulation. Meanwhile continuing to put up some lofty offensive numbers was veteran forward Chayton King. King who was coming off an eight point performance in the series against Guelph when he proved clutch once again striking two first…

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