Hawks Beat The Nighthawks, News, Atom A (Quinte West Minor Hockey Association)

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Hawks Beat The Nighthawks
Submitted By Mike Boates on Sunday, December 02, 2018
The Rhino Hockey Training Atom Hawks won their lone game this weekend as the bet the Northumberland Nighthawks 4-1 on Saturday.

Brendan Reid led the offence with a hat trick while Colby Wiersma scored the other goal. Assists wen to Connor Boates(2), Gavin Armstrong(2), Eli Kenney(2), Tyson Gregory and Jakob Harnest. Noah Groeneveld was strong between the pipes and picked up the win.

The Hawks are back in action this weekend when they host the Ajax Knights on Saturday and then travel to Clarington on Sunday to take on the Toros.
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