Windsor Drops Two On The Road

By Mike Soulliere

(WINDSOR, ON) – In perhaps the most important weekend of the season so far for the Clippers, with second place overall on the line, Windsor failed to get the job done.

The Clippers put in an excellent effort in Elora on Saturday night, and probably deserved a better fate, but fell in overtime 10-8.

On Sunday afternoon in Orangeville the Clippers could not match the Northmen’s energy level and fell 11-4.

The two losses puts the Clippers record at 11-4 on the season.

Windsor looks to bounce right back this weekend with a home and home series against the Wallaceburg Red Devils. The teams will play Friday night in Wallaceburg at 7:30 pm and back in Windsor on Saturday night. Game time at Forest Glade Arena is 7:00 pm


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