Rivermen looking to regroup following pair of road contests

The Six Nations Rivermen (in black) suffered their first loss of the season this past Friday, against the Brooklin Merchants. (Photo by Sam Laskaris)

By Sam Laskaris Writer One thing is rather clear early on in this Ontario Series Lacrosse (OSL) season. The Six Nations Rivermen, the local Senior B squad, much prefer playing at home as opposed to road matches. The Rivermen, the defending OSL champions, kicked off their 2023 campaign, with three consecutive home victories. But the Six Nations side was not quite as successful in its first two road matches. For starters, the Rivermen suffered their first loss of the season this past Friday as they were edged 14-11 by the host Brooklin Merchants. That contest was held at the Luther Vipond Memorial Arena in Brooklin. Six Nations then had to settle for a 10-10 overtime tie versus the host Owen Sound North Stars on Saturday. The Rivermen and North Stars…

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