The Six Nations Rivermen earned a trio of wins since the cancellation of their match versus the Brooklyn Merchants last month. A sweet way to end their regular season gave way to three victories in a row starting on Saturday, July 6, as the Rivermen took out the Ennismore James Gang 14-4 at the Robert
The Six Nations Rivermen earned a trio of wins since the cancellation of their match versus the Brooklyn Merchants last month.
A sweet way to end their regular season gave way to three victories in a row starting on Saturday, July 6, as the Rivermen took out the Ennismore James Gang 14-4 at the Robert E. Young Rec. Complex.
Brooker Muir, Stuart Martin (2), Rayce Vyse, Gates Abrams (5), Ian Martin, Riley Johnson (3), and John Jimerson each added to the final score.
For the next game, the Rivermen met with the Oakville Titans the following evening for a closer game.
The first period began and ended with a tie of 3-3, as Jon Williams, Brooker Muir and Greg Longboat Jr., put three away.
As for the second, the Rivermen prevented any scoring from the Titans while they racked up two from Gates Abrams and Riley Johnson.
Heading into the third with a lead gave way to three more goals for both sides; one from Holden Vyse, another from Gates Abrams and a final from Wenster Green. This closed the match 8-6.
Coming into the final game of their regular season, the Rivermen fired u the game with an early lead in the following game against the Owen Sound North Stars at the Gaylord Powless Arena on Saturday, July 13.
Johnny Powless, Ian Martin, Haneh Brant, Gates Abrams and Greg Longboat Jr., put away five to deter the Stars two.
Leading into the second period, The Stars put away five while Greg Longboat Jr., put away two to make a hat-trick while Riley Johnson and Johnny Poles entered singles.
This opened the third 9-7, but the Stars could only put up another three buries to the Rivermen’s five. Goals came from Brooker Muir, Wayne VanEvery (2), Rayce Vyse and Stuart Martin.
This closed the game with a final of 14-10 for the Rivermen.
As for current standings, the Rivermen rest at the top above the Oakville Titans as they await their playoff rounds to be set and begin.