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Hagersville Hawks

The Glanbrook Regals contributed to the Hagersville Hawks’ poor season so far with a 5-3 win Saturday night in Hagersville. Noah Matteson and Brad Paris established a 2-0 first period lead for the Regals the score remained the same until 15:32 of the second frame when Harrison Larochelle cut the lead in half for Hagersville,

The Glanbrook Regals contributed to the Hagersville Hawks’ poor season so far with a 5-3 win Saturday night in Hagersville. Noah Matteson and Brad Paris established a 2-0 first period lead for the Regals the score remained the same until 15:32 of the second frame when Harrison Larochelle cut the lead in half for Hagersville, but they could not muster a rally. Less than a minute later, Glanbrook reestablished a two goal lead at 3-1.

Each team traded two goals apiece in the third period, Nick Vissar and Tycie Cowan for Hagersville, and the Regals added two more points to their first place standing. Hagersville dropped to 8-16-2, but it could be worse. Simcoe is in last place with a 2-24-1 record giving the Hawks someone to look down upon.

Last Tuesday, the Hagersville Hawks lost 6-4 to Grimsby.

Sunday, the Hawks faced the bottom dwelling Storm in a battle of ineptitude. Thursday, Dec. 21, the Haws will be in Niagara before returning to the Hagersville arena Sat. Dec. 23rd.

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