Northumberland Nighthawks headed to the OMHA Bantam AA Finals

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The Northumberland Nighthawks are moving on to the Ontario Finals for the OMHA Bantam AA Championships after defeating the Markham Waxers on Saturday night at the Cobourg Community Centre.
In a hard fought battle the Nighthawks beat the Waxers 2-1 to take the five game series.
There were no goals in the first period but at 13:59 of the second period Oz Paziuk scored unassisted taking the Nighthawks to a 1-0 lead.
At 8:54 of the third period Ryan Crowley would score what would be the game winning goal shorthanded.
The Nighthawks were on the defensive as the Waxers pulled their goalie and scored with 1:42 left in the third, but that was all they could manage and the Nighthawks took the win and the series.

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