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Team Quebec preview: Are they the favourites?

Team Quebec preview: Are they the favourites?

July 7, 2010 at 5:31 pmby 0 comments

The best pre-university football tournament in Canada, the Football Canada Cup, begins July 11th in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. Perennial favourites Team Quebec open the tournament against Team West Ontario. With a veteran coaching staff and many players from last years U17 squad look for Quebec to be one of theRead More

Team Quebec preview: Are they the favourites?

Team Quebec preview: Are they the favourites?

July 7, 2010 at 8:34 amby 0 comments

The best pre-university football tournament in Canada, the Football Canada Cup, begins July 11th in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. Perennial favourites Team Quebec open the tournament against Team West Ontario. With a veteran coaching staff and many players from last years U17 squad look for Quebec to be one of theRead More

Team Nova Scotia preview: How will the hosts fare?

Team Nova Scotia preview: How will the hosts fare?

July 7, 2010 at 7:00 amby 0 comments

The best pre-university football tournament in Canada, the Football Canada Cup, begins July 11th in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. This is Nova Scotia’s first time participating in the Football Canada Cup since 2005. Nova Scotia will be the best prepared squad entering the tournament from playing 3 exhibition games in theRead More

Lions win 2 of 3 in OVFL action

Lions win 2 of 3 in OVFL action

July 7, 2010 at 6:44 amby 0 comments

The Bantam Cambridge Lions stood tough against the TNT Express from the Township of North Tecumseh. The Lions had a strong first half against the always tough TNT Express, and ended the half trailing by one, 14-13. The Express, however, pulled away from the Lions in the second half, scoringRead More

Sturgeon Bantams Improve to 5-1

Sturgeon Bantams Improve to 5-1

July 7, 2010 at 6:38 amby 0 comments

In a game with significant play-off implications, the Sarnia Sturgeon travelled to Chatham to battle their Southwestern Ontario rivals on Sunday. When all the smoke had cleared, the Sarnia offence had exploded for 521 total yards enroute to a convincing 63- 27 victory over the hometown Cougars. Chatham won theRead More

Varsity Cougars boost playoff hopes

Varsity Cougars boost playoff hopes

July 7, 2010 at 6:25 amby 0 comments

The Chatham-Kent Varsity Cougars are tied for the final playoff spot in the Ontario Football Conference after beating the Toronto Jr. Argonauts 16- 7 on Sunday. Read More: [url]http://www.chathamdailynews.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=2655062 Mitch Rate ran for a touchdown and 113 yards as the Cougars improved to 2-4-0 by winning their home finale atRead More

Stallion rises through the ranks

Stallion rises through the ranks

July 7, 2010 at 6:22 amby 0 comments

Longtime Huronia Stallions football player Matt Laurin has risen through the ranks to become an important part of the team’s success. Read More: [URL]http://www.thebarrieexaminer.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=2656607 The 20-year-old has played for the junior varsity team since 2005 and this is his first year as a starter for the Stallions, who play inRead More

Okanagan Sun are ready

Okanagan Sun are ready

July 7, 2010 at 6:11 amby 0 comments

The players of the Okanagan Sun football team have hard work ahead of them as training camp picks up to full steam. Read More: http://www.bclocalnews.com/sports/97819449.html Head coach Peter McCall said the team went through standardized testing Monday night and on to training for full days Tuesday to Friday. The weekRead More

Team Ontario East preview: 2009 U17 Champions

Team Ontario East preview: 2009 U17 Champions

July 6, 2010 at 4:01 pmby 0 comments

The best pre-university football tournament in Canada, the Football Canada Cup, begins July 11th in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. Team Ontario East travels to Nova Scotia to play Team British Columbia in their opening game. The team is lead by 2009 U17 tournament offensive MVP Dallon Kuprowski, Team World player &Read More

Team Ontario East preview: 2009 U17 Champions

Team Ontario East preview: 2009 U17 Champions

July 6, 2010 at 1:46 pmby 0 comments

The best pre-university football tournament in Canada, the Football Canada Cup, begins July 11th in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. Team Ontario East travels to Nova Scotia to play Team British Columbia in their opening game. The team is lead by 2009 U17 tournament offensive MVP Dallon Kuprowski, Team World player &Read More

Team Saskatchewan preview: U19 2009 champions

Team Saskatchewan preview: U19 2009 champions

July 6, 2010 at 9:19 amby 0 comments

The best pre-university football tournament in Canada, the Football Canada Cup, begins July 11th in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. Team Saskatchewan opens the tournament versus Team Manitoba. Saskatchewan won the 2009 under-19 age tournament and placed fourth in the under-17 age category. With over 250 players vying for a spot onRead More

Lions PW continue winning ways

Lions PW continue winning ways

July 6, 2010 at 8:34 amby 0 comments

Cambridge Pee Wee Lions continue their winning streak with a 54-0 win over the Halton Cowboys putting the Lions in first place with a record of 6 and 0. First quarter proved to be a strong start for the lions as #50 Amber Baetsen recovers the ball putting the lionsRead More

Team Saskatchewan preview: U19 2009 champions

Team Saskatchewan preview: U19 2009 champions

July 6, 2010 at 6:22 amby 0 comments

The best pre-university football tournament in Canada, the Football Canada Cup, begins July 11th in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. Team Saskatchewan opens the tournament versus Team Manitoba. Saskatchewan won the 2009 under-19 age tournament and placed fourth in the under-17 age category. With over 250 players vying for a spot onRead More

PEE WEE EXPRESS FALL SHORT AGAINST NORTH HALTON

PEE WEE EXPRESS FALL SHORT AGAINST NORTH HALTON

July 5, 2010 at 8:23 pmby 0 comments

A hot day on Sunday saw the Peewees come up with 2 touchdowns but fall short 26 to 12. Isaac Mcquade electrified the crowd with his first ever major busting out from his slotback spot for 43 yards. Josh Swift would duplicate that feat a little later with a 49Read More

Grens offence back on track

Grens offence back on track

July 5, 2010 at 7:17 amby 0 comments

A young man who helped propel the Holy Cross Crusaders to their first Kingston area senior high school football crown last year pulled another trick out of his pocket on Saturday. Read More: [url]http://www.thewhig.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=2653778 Torrin Clinkinboomer, normally a running back and receiving threat for the Limestone Grenadiers varsity team, filledRead More

BC 25, Edmonton 10 Week 1 CFL action BOX SCORE

BC 25, Edmonton 10 Week 1 CFL action BOX SCORE

July 5, 2010 at 7:09 amby 0 comments

Game Stats BC @ Edmonton Sun Jul 04 BC 3 13 6 3 0 25 Edmonton 0 7 3 0 0 10 PASSING PRINTERS, C 34 20 218 0 0 RAY, R 40 27 229 0 0 RUSHING ROBERTSON, J 11 168 1 0 PRINTERS, C 5 16 0 0Read More

Team BC preview: They are ready for Ontario East

Team BC preview: They are ready for Ontario East

July 5, 2010 at 6:58 amby 0 comments

The best pre-university football tournament in Canada, the Football Canada Cup, begins July 11th in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. Team British Columbia 2010 will compete at the Football Canada Cup for the first time since 2000. Team BC won the Football Canada Cup in 1999 (under-19 format) when they hosted theRead More

Canadian turns heads at Notre Dame football camp (click article to watch hilite film)

Canadian turns heads at Notre Dame football camp (click article to watch hilite film)

July 4, 2010 at 5:36 pmby 0 comments

Notre Dame Irish (South Bend, IN) held a summer prospects camp and coaches were surprised and happy with Windsor, Ontario’s Arjen Colquhoun’s performance. The 6’1″, 180 pound football prospect and offsaa track star (high light film link below) took every rep he could, taking every second in some circumstances. AllRead More

A costly loss for the Gladiators

A costly loss for the Gladiators

July 4, 2010 at 2:32 pmby 0 comments

It’s looking like the journey to the OFC Championship the Sudbury Gladiators covet so dearly will be forged on the road. And in the end, they have only themselves to blame for that fact. Missing countless opportunities to hand the visiting Burlington Stampeders their first loss of the year, SudburyRead More

Cumberland sweeps the Hawkeyes

July 4, 2010 at 1:54 pmby 0 comments

Cumberland (East Ottawa) Panthers visited the Oshawa Hawkeyes on Saturday July 4 in Ontario Varsity Football League action.  The peewee and junior varsity squads squared off at Oshawa’s Civic stadium (which is being resurfaced with artificial turf next month).

Hurst Expects a “Bigger & Better” 2010

Hurst Expects a “Bigger & Better” 2010

July 4, 2010 at 1:18 pmby 0 comments

by Dave Watson The Hamilton Hurricanes’ 2010 season is approaching quickly and the team is poised to make a run that will top last year’s semi-final loss. Returning slot-back and kick returner, Skyler Hurst, likes what he has seen during the pre-season mini-camp. “I don’t see how we can’t beRead More

Cumberland sweeps the hawkeyes

Cumberland sweeps the hawkeyes

July 4, 2010 at 6:43 amby 0 comments

Cumberland (East Ottawa) Panthers visited the Oshawa Hawkeyes on Saturday July 4 in Ontario Varsity Football League action. The peewee and junior varsity squads squared off at Oshawa’s Civic stadium (which is being resurfaced with artificial turf next month). Junior Varsity The JV game saw a battle of wits andRead More

Panthers grads to tackle Canada’s best at Wilson Challenge in Montreal

Panthers grads to tackle Canada’s best at Wilson Challenge in Montreal

July 3, 2010 at 6:49 amby 0 comments

SYDNEY — Their helmets don’t have as many dents and their cleats may not have the same aromatic potency as other players. Read More: [url]http://www.capebretonpost.com/Sports/Football/2010-07-02/article-1486003/Panthers-grads-to-tackle-Canada%26rsquo%3Bs-best-at-Wilson-Challenge-in-Montreal/1 But despite only having a year each of football under their belts, Michael MacMillan and Jacob Rigby will line up against the best football talentRead More

 
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