Rivermen require third-period rally to register road victory

By Sam Laskaris Writer The Six Nations Rivermen have reached the midway mark of their regular season. And the Rivermen, the defending Ontario Series Lacrosse (OSL) champions, find themselves sitting atop the standings of their six-team circuit, sporting a 6-1-1 mark. The local Senior B squad entered the week with a game in hand and two points ahead of the second-place Owen Sound North Stars, who had compiled a 5-3-1 mark in their first nine outings. Though Six Nations managed to win its latest match, the club’s brass was not entirely happy with the proceedings of Saturday’s road contest versus the Ennismore James Gang. The Rivermen required a seven-goal, third-period outburst to down the James Gang 10-8. Ennismore has only managed to win one of its first seven contests but…

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