It’s down to the final 4 teams in Ontario’s Junior C playoff loop and if the Cornwall Celtics want to be 1 of the final 2 teams, they’ve got an uphill trek to get there. Sunday’s 8-7 loss to the Clarington Shamrox put the Celtics in a 0-2 hole heading into Saturday’s Game 3. The 2 losses have been close (11-9 and 8-7), so it’s not like the Celtics aren’t competing, they’ve just got to find a break or two and get on the right side of the mojo. “We need to come out with a win and get the momentum going our way,” coach Frank Sinfield told the Standard-Freeholder. It’s the first time this postseason that the Celtics have lost consecutive games after advancing this far with a first-round sweep of Whitby and a 3-1 quarterfinal win against Peterborough. The other best-of-5 semifinal pits defending champion Halton Hills against Fergus and that series kicks off with Game 1 on Wednesday.