|Redhawks sweep into finals|
|Tuesday, 03 August 2010 08:17|
Redhawks defeat Tonawanda Braves 2 game to none in Can-Am Semifinals.
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The Tonawanda Braves reached the semis by defeating the Newtown Golden Eagles. Game 1 saw the Onondaga Redhawks dominate on both ends of the floor. A great pressing defense didn't allow the Braves many scoring opportunities and creative passing allowed for pretty Redhawk talleys. Game 2 at Tonawanda saw a closer score but a similar result, a 13-7 win.
With the win, the Redhawks will play second place Niagara Hawks in the Can-Am final on Friday August 6th at 8:30. The winner of this series will represent the Can-Am in the President's Cup in Burnaby, British Colombia Canada. The President's Cup matches championions from teamsin all Providences across Canada. Last year the Redhawks and Niagara battled in the Can-Am final. The Redhawks outscored the Hawks but lost the series 4 games to 2 and the Niagara Hawks were crowned 2009 Can-Am Champions.
This Friday night matchup meets the two top teams from the season. With the Can-Am Championship set for a best of 3 series, The Redhawks hope to take game 1 on their own floor. Game 2 is set for Niagra at the Leisure Plex and Game 3 (if necessary) will be back at Onondaga Sunday afternoon.