Nighthawks Down Two Games In Quest for Ontario Bantam AA Title

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The Northumberland Nighthawks are down two games after losing at the Cobourg Community Centre on Sunday afternoon battling against the Burlington Eagles Gold for the OMHA Bantam AA.
Nighthawks lost the first game in Burlington 4-1 and they lost again on Sunday, March 18, 2018 with a close score of 2-1.
The only goal for the Nighthawks came after Brady Darrach make a quick pass to Tanner Smith who slammed the puck into the net at 2:19 of the first period.
Nighthawks head to Burlington on Tuesday night to try and get back into the series for the Ontario title.


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