Acadia’s class grows by 3

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 Acadia Axemen.

Owen Breast

Owen Breast will be flying east from his hometown of Saint Paul, Alberta. He played with the St. Paul Lions (WFL) in high school. Standing at 6’2, 187lbs, he has played as both a running back and outside linebacker.

Ethan Phinney

Ethan Phinney calls Fall River, Nova Scotia, his home. There he was a member of the Lockview Dragons (NSAFFL). Standing at 5’11, 180lbs, he was named as a provincial all-star in 2018.

Graham Nightingale

Graham Nightingale was nominated for the Nissan Kickoff Project in 2018. He calls Manotick, Ontario, home, which is south of Ottawa. He played with the St. Mark’s Lions (NCSSAA) in high school. He is 6’0, 185lbs.

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