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DYK: Boyd forced to fold, regional junior team?, and more

DYK: Boyd forced to fold, regional junior team?, and more

June 22, 2018 at 5:50 amby 0 comments

DID YOU KNOW is a bi-weekly installment that brings you some of the most fascinating stories in Canadian football across the country at all levels. In this edition of DYK: Hugh Boyd Trojans fold program ahead of 2018 season Is a regional high school team coming to Ontario? 2020 CFC100Read More

Courtesy of Kyler Mosley.

Rams commit ‘excited to start working’

June 7, 2018 at 5:50 amby 0 comments

Rams add an out-of-province commit to their team. A first-hand review can go a long way, but you don’t have to tell that to Kyler Mosley, a wide receiver from Hugh Boyd Secondary School, who has found his place with the University of Regina Rams. “I chose to commit toRead More

FPC Profile: Skinner to avenge last year’s defeat

FPC Profile: Skinner to avenge last year’s defeat

January 10, 2018 at 5:50 amby 0 comments

The Fox 40 Prospect Challenge (FPC) is a series of elite showcase games that feature the best tackle football players from across Canada aged 12-19 years. Tournaments are played in Central Canada (ON) and the West Coast (BC). For more information CLICK HERE CLICK HERE FOR #FPC FACEBOOK PAGE –Read More

Football North St. Joes defensive line swallows up the Chardon Hilltoppers' ball carrier on Sept. 1, 2017. Courtesy of Football North St. Joes.

DID YOU KNOW (48): Cracking CFL QB code? Swan song for coaches, Regina Thunder career cut short, CFL kicker turned cop

September 10, 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: Regina Rams pivot looking to join select company Coaching brothers prepare for swan song campaign The heartbreaking story of a formerRead More

DT Roach hoping to continue career at post-secondary level

DT Roach hoping to continue career at post-secondary level

August 19, 2017 at 5:40 amby 0 comments

Dylan Roach got into football because a friend of his brought him to a Richmond Raiders practice when he was six years old. “I liked it and that’s where I started,” said Dylan. He has spent his gridiron career with the Raiders in the Richmond Minor Football League and withRead More

Fox 40 Prospect Challenge (West Coast): On the schoolyard is where ‘Skinner’ found football

Fox 40 Prospect Challenge (West Coast): On the schoolyard is where ‘Skinner’ found football

May 1, 2017 at 5:15 amby 0 comments

On the schoolyard is where Ethan Scott (aka. Skinner) first found football. “I have only played for 2 years but before I played with pads me and a lot of my buddy’s would play full rules full tackle football at elementary school at lunch rain or shine.” The 5’10, 147-poundRead More

Tyler Moxin (#11). Courtesy of Tyker Moxin.

Hugh Boyd Trojan QB now flying with UBC Thunderbirds

February 9, 2017 at 5:40 amby 0 comments

UBC welcomes a local commit to their Class of 2017. Tyler Moxin, a quarterback from Hugh Boyd Secondary School, has had a long and tiresome journey to reach the U Sports level, but the latest University of British Columbia Thunderbird probably isn’t complaining. In order to understand the grandiose ofRead More

UBC offers gridiron lifeline to local recruit (VIDEO)

UBC offers gridiron lifeline to local recruit (VIDEO)

February 18, 2016 at 6:22 amby 0 comments

Steveston quarterback/safety joins CWUAA team’s 2016 class. Tyler Moxin thought he wouldn’t have another opportunity to hit the gridiron. After the 6’0, 175 pound quarterback/safety from Steveson, British Columbia sustained a torn ACL, he missed his entire senior season with Hugh Boyd Trojans of the British Columbia High School FootballRead More

Okell excelling at juggling act

Okell excelling at juggling act

December 6, 2015 at 6:28 amby 0 comments

CFC INSIDER RSEQ, OUA teams in early contention for Raiders standout Richmond Raiders Marcas Okell is trying to put forth his best effort on the field by using a diverse training regimen during the offseason.