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Hornets in first place


The Alliston Junior C Hornets extended their winning streak to 12 games after dispatching the Midland Flyers 6-3 on Sunday (Oct. 23) night at the New Tecumseth Recreation Centre in Alliston.


“The team seems to have gelled as a unit right from the start of the season including the new players that signed on this seasons.


“We feel great as a team,” said Hornets forward Stephen Nosad. “We bonded immediately. The new guys are great. They're good team guys and good guys in the locker room. I think we're rolling pretty good right now and hopefully we can keep it going.”


There are few other Junior C teams looking really strong across the Province this season - notably Port Perry, and Port Hope, both in the East conference and both undefeated after 11 games.


The Hornets will be in Huntsville this Friday (Oct. 29) night to take on the Otters.


They will be back on home ice at the NTRC on Sunday, October 30, to host the Penetang Kings. Game time is 6:30 p.m.

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