Skip to content

Nighthawks win fourth straight

Try to make it five in a row Sunday afternoon at the Sleeman Centre
Guelph's TJ Lall arrives a little too late to defend the basket against an Ottawa player Thursday night in Ottawa.

OTTAWA – The Guelph Nighthawks made it four wins in a row Thursday night, downing the Ottawa BlackJacks 83-73 on the road.

AJ Lawson led the Nighthawks with 23 points, with Ahmed Hill and TJ Lall also hitting double figures, racking up 15 and 13 points respectively. Hill also led the team in rebounds with 10.

Guelph won despite leading scorer Cat Barber having an off game, as he scored three points on the night.

Guelph led by five points at the half.

The Nighthawks will look to extend their winning streak to five against the Hamilton Honey Badgers at home at 2 p.m. Sunday.