Post Tagged with: "Acadia Axemen"

Axemen coaches push ‘you to be the best’

Axemen coaches push ‘you to be the best’

May 2, 2019 at 6:00 amby 0 comments

Acadia adds one local commit and one out-of-province commit to their 2019 class. Ethan Sperling, a defensive lineman from Horton High School, and Adam Shoemaker, a quarterback from John. F. Ross Collegiate Vocational Institute, are excited to be apart of the Acadia Axemen family. Ethan Sperling When Ethan Sperling choseRead More

Acadia’s class grows by 3

Acadia’s class grows by 3

April 12, 2019 at 6:00 amby 0 comments

Axemen add two out-of-province commits and one provincial commit to their 2019 class. Athlete Owen Breast from St. Paul Regional High School, running back Ethan Phinney from Lockview High School and linebacker Graham Nightingale from St. Mark’s High School will be looking to make names for themselves with the AcadiaRead More

Acadia offers ‘great balance’ between sport, academics

Acadia offers ‘great balance’ between sport, academics

April 7, 2019 at 6:00 amby 0 comments

Acadia adds one local commit, one provincial commit and one out-of-province commit to their 2019 class. For linebackers Jaydon King from West Kings District High School and Matt Holmes from Horton High School, as well as receiver Brady Newcomb from Moncton High School, it was all about the vibe ofRead More

Acadia offers balance of academics, football

Acadia offers balance of academics, football

March 28, 2019 at 6:05 amby 0 comments

Acadia adds two provincial commits to their 2019 class. Receiver Jacob Guy and linebacker Noah Lee from Charles P. Allen High School may be on opposite sides of the ball, but they will be on the same team after committing to the Acadia Axemen. Jacob Guy The Axemen, Jacob GuyRead More

Acadia Axemen brings in 12 commits

Acadia Axemen brings in 12 commits

March 6, 2019 at 6:00 amby 0 comments

Acadia adds five provincial and seven out-of-province commits to their 2019 class. It has been a productive off season for the Acadia Axemen thus far as the team is set to welcome 12 recruits to their football family. Aidan O’Rourke (6’2, 285lbs) – an offensive lineman from Moncton High SchoolRead More

OL Hayes to become success obsessed

OL Hayes to become success obsessed

January 24, 2019 at 5:45 amby 0 comments

Football started for Brady Hayes when he was just in elementary school and his principle (Nick Smith) looked at him and said, “You look like a football player!”  Brady and his parents had chatted for a while and came to the conclusion that Brady would try football at his localRead More

2018 Team Preview (AB): Coaching experience to benefit Joane Cardinal-Schubert Ravens in first year

2018 Team Preview (AB): Coaching experience to benefit Joane Cardinal-Schubert Ravens in first year

July 9, 2018 at 5:50 amby 0 comments

The Joane Cardinal-Schubert Ravens are a new football team out of Calgary, Alberta. This year’s team will be playing with mainly grade tens and elevens playing as a senior team in Division 3. ”We fully expect to start moving up in year 2,” said Coach Zach McNeil of the newlyRead More

Family ties, location draw 3 to Acadia

Family ties, location draw 3 to Acadia

May 27, 2018 at 5:50 amby 0 comments

Acadia brings in two provincial commits and one out-of-province commit to their 2018 class. While offensive lineman Mitch Miller from Horton High School, receiver Will McNally from Bernice MacNaughton High School and linebacker Ben Brumm from Dartmouth High School have different ties to the school, all three will be lookingRead More

Axemen add size to offense with 3

Axemen add size to offense with 3

May 22, 2018 at 5:50 amby 0 comments

Acadia adds two out-of-province commits and one Nova Scotia commit to their 2018 class. Offensive lineman Tristan Murray from Valleyview High School and receiver Scott Perry from Leo Hayes High School come from vastly different careers and locations, but the pair will have plenty of time to get to knowRead More

Acadia commits all about small-town experience

Acadia commits all about small-town experience

March 22, 2018 at 5:55 amby 0 comments

Acadia adds a local commit and two out-of-province commits to their 2018 class. Defensive lineman Kyle Chappus from Horton High School, defensive back Chris Cameron-Kogler from Moncton High School and linebacker Matthew Seftel from Runnymede Colligate all have one thing in common, there is no player they rather be startingRead More

Acadia coaches seal the deal

Acadia coaches seal the deal

March 5, 2018 at 5:55 amby 0 comments

Acadia adds three east coast commits to their 2018 class. For receiver Ben Smith from Charles P. Allen High School and defensive backs Ben George from Moncton High School and Riley Gabriel from Cobequid Educational Centre, it all boiled down to the impressive resume of the Acadia Axemen’s head coach,Read More

DYK: Huron Heights schedule announcement, NCAA calls, and…

DYK: Huron Heights schedule announcement, NCAA calls, and…

February 9, 2018 at 6:20 amby 0 comments

DID YOU KNOW is a weekly instalment that brings you some of the most fascinating stories in Canadian football across the country at all levels. In this week’s edition: Huron Heights Warriors make a big announcement NCAA Signing Day sees CFC100/CFC60 top prospects sign Axemen raise money for Alzheimer’s ToRead More

Triathlons and football? Building blocks for DB Taylor

Triathlons and football? Building blocks for DB Taylor

January 12, 2018 at 5:50 amby 0 comments

Jake Taylor had an impressive season with the Salisbury Sabres in his sophomore year. In 2017 Jake recorded 42 solo tackles (3rd in the league), 17 assisted tackles, 1 sack, 10 pass defenses, 1 interception, and 3 forced fumbles. When Jake’s on the field, he enjoys being able to playRead More

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Acadia Axemen best AUS team, says commit

December 14, 2017 at 5:55 amby 0 comments

Acadia adds provincial commit to their Class of 2018. Pieter Blok, a running back from Lockview High School, has some unique reasons as to why he chose to become an Acadian Axemen. “I chose to go to Acadia because I love the valley and being a pilot, they just putRead More

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WOLFE: U Sport controversies

November 20, 2017 at 6:15 amby 0 comments

This past weekend had enough football to satisfy any fan of the game. High school playoffs, CEGEP playoffs, U Sport playoffs, CFL playoffs, and NCAA & NFL regular season games. The following are some random thoughts provoked by an overdose of my favourite game. What a mess created by theRead More

USports [Sunday – STATS]: Uteck Bowl a massive blow out, Mitchell Bowl sends Laval back to the Vanier

USports [Sunday – STATS]: Uteck Bowl a massive blow out, Mitchell Bowl sends Laval back to the Vanier

November 19, 2017 at 10:41 amby 0 comments

Saturday, Nov. 18 Western (81), Acadia (3) – UTECK BOWL Source: Acadia Axemen WOLFVILLE, N.S. (U SPORTS) – The Western Mustangs put on a record-setting performance on Saturday, beating the host Acadia Axemen 81-3 in the 2017 U SPORTS Uteck Bowl. The win was the second straight dominant performance forRead More

Acadia Axemen win in thrilling 2OT for Loney Bowl

Acadia Axemen win in thrilling 2OT for Loney Bowl

November 15, 2017 at 1:31 pmby 0 comments

Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017 Acadia (45), SMU (38) Source: Acadia Axemen WOLFVILLE, N.S. – It took two overtime shootouts to settle on who would hoist the Loney Bowl trophy as the crowned 2017 AUS Champions. The Saint Mary’s Caleb Scott’s one yard rush that capped an nine play, 83 yardRead More

AUS, SMU and others spend tens of thousands on court case…Money well spent or dumb?

AUS, SMU and others spend tens of thousands on court case…Money well spent or dumb?

November 12, 2017 at 3:50 pmby 0 comments

UPDATED: Sunday Nov 12 4:20pm Court determines appropriate to grant an interim injunction, AUS must sanction game and direct Acadia to play SMU.  Judge advises game to be played by Tuesday Half an hour until decision time. Don’t forget @CBCNS will livestream the decision on Facebook and I’ll be tweeting!Read More

U Sports [UPDATE – STATEMENT U Sports]: Loney Bowl football championship game not to be played this season

U Sports [UPDATE – STATEMENT U Sports]: Loney Bowl football championship game not to be played this season

November 10, 2017 at 7:00 amby 0 comments

  STATEMENT from U Sports TORONTO (U SPORTS) – Graham Brown, President and CEO of U SPORTS, released the following statement Friday, regarding the AUS decision surrounding the Loney Bowl championship game. “The AUS made the decision it​ believes​ to be the best to protect the integrity and fairness ofRead More

DID YOU KNOW: Linemen love, Bahamian baller, fantasy football, Raging on

DID YOU KNOW: Linemen love, Bahamian baller, fantasy football, Raging on

November 5, 2017 at 6:20 amby 0 comments

DID YOU KNOW is a weekly installment that brings you some of the most fascinating stories in Canadian football across the country at all levels. In this week’s edition: Teammates on the field, brothers off the field The inspiring and improbable story of Acadia’s Eugene McMinns B.C. Lions give superRead More

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A CFC SPECIAL: Canada’s Invictus Games flag bearer a veteran of both football and our armed forces

October 22, 2017 at 6:30 amby 1 comment

Canada (specifically Toronto) recently played host to the Invictus Games – a week-long Olympic-like competition featuring athletes who were wounded and scarred (both mentally and physically) in peacekeeping missions for their countries. The athletes compete in events such as golf, indoor rowing, and sitting volleyball, among others. The games wereRead More

Small town living appealed to Acadia’s LB commit

Small town living appealed to Acadia’s LB commit

October 8, 2017 at 5:52 amby 0 comments

Acadia brings in an out-of-province commit to their Class of 2018. Linebacker Jared McLeod from Centennial High School has known nothing more than his home of Calgary, Alberta, but he decided he wanted a change of scenery when he chose to commit to the Acadia University Axemen. “I was lookingRead More

Tournois de Flag Football en collaboration avec la CFL et la NFL samedi le 7 Octobre 2017 à Montreal.
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DID YOU KNOW (50): Flag on the play, opportunity breeds opportunity, local attraction

September 24, 2017 at 6:30 amby 0 comments

DID YOU KNOW is a weekly installment that brings you some of the most fascinating stories in Canadian football across the country at all levels. In this week’s edition: CFL, NFL partner to grow flag football in North America How four Acadia Axeman have arrived in a place they neverRead More