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Six Nations Pee Wee Reps’ offence can’t be stopped

Six Nations Pee Wee Reps’ offence can’t be stopped

OHSWEKEN—Breaking out into a grin, Six Nations Pee Wee Rep forward Chaz Hill admitted that he wanted the hattrick. Showcasing his elite wrist shot, this sharpshooter easily could have had four, but ended up on Sunday, December 9th thrilling the G.P.A. fanbase with a two- goal performance in what was a 6-1 win against the

OHSWEKEN—Breaking out into a grin, Six Nations Pee Wee Rep forward Chaz Hill admitted that he wanted the hattrick.

Showcasing his elite wrist shot, this sharpshooter easily could have had four, but ended up on Sunday, December 9th thrilling the G.P.A. fanbase with a two- goal performance in what was a 6-1 win against the Tavistock Titans.

“Ya it was on my mind. I wanted to get a hattrick,” Hill said. “I thought we passed the puck, were in the right position and won the battles along the boards.”

Approximately 24 hours after pulling off a 2-2 decision against the Simcoe Warriors, Six Nations returned to the friendly confines of home, where they not only posted a season high of six goals but also got some stellar goaltending from Peyten Vyse-Hill.

“She had a big game for us,” Six Nations Pee Wee Rep coach Dennis MacDonald said. “She must have had 10 shots in the third period alone.”

Six Nations successfully killed off some first period penalties, and jumped into the lead when with just under three minutes remaining in the period, Hill from just inside the blue line snapped a hard shot which found net for a 1-0 lead. “We’re doing pretty good,” Hill said about the season. In terms of what he likes about hockey Hill commented, “I like scoring and being with the boys.”

Beginning the second on a power play, Six Nations doubled their lead when 21 seconds into the frame Mason Anthony scored which was followed by a late tally from Jason Montour-Cayuga as it stood 3-0 heading to the third.

“We had a real good game. I can’t complain about the team’s effort,” Six Nations Pee Wee Rep coach Dennis MacDonald said. “Our passing has been much better. You have to pass to be

successful.” Still rolling in the third period Six Nations connected 36 seconds in as Hill celebrated his second which had them firmly in control leading by a 4-0 score.

With a little under eight minutes remaining in regulation, right after Six Nations’ Crosby Anderson clanged one off the cross bar, Tavistock scored to make it a three- goal game. Any faint hopes of a comeback were quickly dashed when Anderson with just over five minutes remaining, would bang home a rebound from the slot, as they would go on to celebrate a huge weekend win.

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