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OFC coaches asked who they would want to face in the playoffs

OFC coaches asked who they would want to face in the playoffs

September 23, 2010 at 6:35 pmby 0 comments

Craig Davoren Burlington Braves Head Coach TT – With four teams tied and two games remaining, “who would you prefer to meet in the semi finals and why?” and “who would you prefer not to meet in the semi finals and why?” I still wouldn’t count out Windsor in thisRead More

Playing simon fraser in Canada costly for american teams

Playing simon fraser in Canada costly for american teams

September 23, 2010 at 5:26 pmby 0 comments

Central Washington University graduate assistant Brian Avery looks over a passport card obtained by one of the members of the Wildcat football team, Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2010. The team needed to obtain passports for travel into Canada this weekend for their game against Simon Fraser. (Brian Myrick / Daily Record)Read More

Three BC teams travel south to play

Three BC teams travel south to play

September 23, 2010 at 5:21 pmby 0 comments

Prepare for an invasion from the north. Three Canadian squads will travel to North Central Washington to play games against Caribou Trail League opponents on Friday night. It won’t be the first time CTL football teams played teams from the Great White North this season, either; Okanogan beat Bow ValleyRead More

Records chase update (#3): Standouts closing in on milestones

Records chase update (#3): Standouts closing in on milestones

September 23, 2010 at 4:52 pmby 0 comments

OTTAWA (CIS) – A number of CIS football players could reach significant milestones this weekend. The CIS active leader with 40 career all-purpose touchdowns, fifth-year Guelph running back Nick FitzGibbon couldn’t find the end zone last week against reigning Vanier Cup champion Queen’s despite a 198-yard effort on the ground.Read More

Ontario high school recap (Sept 24)

Ontario high school recap (Sept 24)

September 23, 2010 at 8:03 amby 0 comments

CFC does weekly recaps of high school football across the country. As well, CFC ranks the ‘top 25’high school football teams. Picture: St. Marcellinus (peel) – Footballpix.ca PURCHASE WEIRS MAGAZINE ONLINE NOW Western Bowl Region CHECK OUT FORUM PAGES Windsor Junior: Amherst 34, Villanova 0: Blaine Bechard 2TD THAMES (LONDON)Read More

St. Andrew’s U16 team opens with win

St. Andrew’s U16 team opens with win

September 23, 2010 at 12:32 amby 0 comments

The St. Andrew’s College Under 16 football team opened the 2010 season on a winning note on Saturday September 18 by defeating Villanova College at their own homecoming. This was sweet revenge for a disappointing ‘09 season that began with a Homecoming loss to the same Villanova Knights one yearRead More

2010 Desjardins Vanier Cup: CIS All-Canadian Banquet

2010 Desjardins Vanier Cup: CIS All-Canadian Banquet

September 22, 2010 at 7:18 pmby 0 comments

QUEBEC – After an incredible success in 2009 with over 1000 guests, the CIS All-Canadians Banquet, presented by Mallette, is back for a second consecutive year on Thursday, November 25, at the Québec City Convention Centre. Christian Côté, Associate at Mallette and member of the Rouge et Or football club’sRead More

AUS and the City of Moncton announce 2011 Uteck Bowls to be held in Moncton

AUS and the City of Moncton announce 2011 Uteck Bowls to be held in Moncton

September 22, 2010 at 7:11 pmby 0 comments

MONCTON, N.B. – At a press conference held this morning in downtown Moncton, Atlantic University Sport and the City of Moncton announced that beginning in 2011 the CIS Uteck Bowl national semifinal football game will be held at the Stade Moncton 2010 Stadium. This will mark the first time aRead More

No. 4 Dinos head to Winnipeg to face Bisons

No. 4 Dinos head to Winnipeg to face Bisons

September 22, 2010 at 7:03 pmby 0 comments

CALGARY – This week marks the first of two ‘swing weeks’ in Canada West football in 2010. In the new six-team conference, each team plays three others twice in the season and the remaining two teams once each. Weeks 4 and 5 are set aside for those one-time meetings, andRead More

FRC – CIS football players of the week (#3): McConkey, Noble, Anderson honoured

FRC – CIS football players of the week (#3): McConkey, Noble, Anderson honoured

September 22, 2010 at 7:00 pmby 0 comments

OTTAWA (CIS) – Regina wide receiver Mark McConkey, Calgary defensive back Tye Noble and McGill kicker Austin Anderson are the Canadian Interuniversity Sport football players of the week for the period ending Sept. 18, 2010. The selection was made by a committee comprised of members of Football Reporters of CanadaRead More

Shrine Bowl about more than TDs

Shrine Bowl about more than TDs

September 22, 2010 at 6:55 pmby 0 comments

When the Concordia Stingers take to the football field to battle the Bishop’s Gaiters in the 24[SUP]th[/SUP] annual Shrine Bowl, they’ll be looking to win the game but they’ll also be conscious of the fact that it’s a privilege to play the game they love. “Sometimes I complain about byRead More

BCFC – Week 8  players of week

BCFC – Week 8 players of week

September 22, 2010 at 7:13 amby 0 comments

The British Columbia Football Conference is pleased to announce the “Players of the Week” for Week Eight of the 2010 Season. For the second time this season, the BCFC Offensive Player of the Week is Okanagan Sun quarterback Bobby Davis. The Kelowna native led the Sun to their seventh winRead More

Prairie Football Conference (CJFL) Week 5 players of week

Prairie Football Conference (CJFL) Week 5 players of week

September 22, 2010 at 7:11 amby 0 comments

These are the [url]www.VidSwap.comPFC Players of the Week for Week 5 of the 2010 regular season. OFFENSE- RYAN MARSCH-Winnipeg Rifles [url]http://vidswap.com/my/profile/index/user/marsch/embed/1 The sophomore quarterback led the Rifles to their third straight win, a 33-21 decision over the conference champion Edmonton Wildcats on Sunday at Canad Inns Stadium. Marsch would completeRead More

Owls lead nation in going north of the border for talent: 2 canadians players of week

Owls lead nation in going north of the border for talent: 2 canadians players of week

September 22, 2010 at 6:45 amby 0 comments

At a recent team meeting, Rice coach David Bailiff had an unusual request. He asked a staff member to display a picture of the Canadian flag on the video screen. Then he cued up O Canada! “Probably the first time in the history of college football,” Bailiff joked about havingRead More

Cambridge Wolverines 6 and 4 on weekend

Cambridge Wolverines 6 and 4 on weekend

September 22, 2010 at 6:06 amby 0 comments

Cambridge Wolverines bantam Green lost a hard fought game to a much bigger and tougher Wentworth Panthers. In the first quarter the Wolverines started off with fighting but the Panthers were the first to put up points. However, the Wolverines came back with a touchdown by Mitch Weiler. George MonaghanRead More

CFCs “Canadian High School games of the week” Sept 22

CFCs “Canadian High School games of the week” Sept 22

September 22, 2010 at 5:52 amby 0 comments

Here is a list of the big games in High School football from across the country this week. PICTURE: TERRY FOX RAVENS (PORT COQUITLAM, BC) NOVA SCOTIA Central Kings Gators (2-0) vs. Cobequid Cougars (2-0) CFC ‘HM’ Battle of the undefeated teams in nova scotia this sunday in Truro. BothRead More

NCAFA (Ottawa Minor): Week 5 report

NCAFA (Ottawa Minor): Week 5 report

September 22, 2010 at 5:33 amby 0 comments

TYKE (Under 11) Jared Valentino had 3 tackles and a blocked a punt, Sebastien Vienneau recovered a fumble and had 4 tackles, Eithan Hards had 3 tackles. Kanata beat Gatineau 6-0. East Ottawa’s Thomas Graham scored his first TD in a 33-6 loss to West Carleton. Raiders’ Dante Blizzard andRead More

FOOTBALL CHEETAHS ROUT NOMADES MARCHAND WRIGHT IS DYNAMITE WITH TWO TOUCHDOWNS

FOOTBALL CHEETAHS ROUT NOMADES MARCHAND WRIGHT IS DYNAMITE WITH TWO TOUCHDOWNS

September 21, 2010 at 10:19 pmby 0 comments

KAYIN MARCHAND WRIGHT RETURNED TWO INTERCEPTIONS FOR TOUCHDOWNS AS THE VANIER CHEETAHS IMPROVED TO 3-1 ON THE SEASON WITH AN IMPRESSIVE 34-7 HOME TRIUMPH OVER THE MONTMORENCY NOMADES THIS PAST SATURDAY AT THE CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL FIELD. The Cheetahs opened the scoring at the 8:26 mark of the first quarterRead More

Thunder lose first game of season

Thunder lose first game of season

September 21, 2010 at 5:51 pmby 0 comments

The Regina Thunder started the 2010 season 3-0, with a record of 139 points for and only 47 against. After soundly beating the Saskatoon Hilltops 48-23 on September 11th, they had good reason to look forward to the rematch on Saturday night. What they got was a huge dose ofRead More

RIFLES JOIN CROWDED LEADERBOARD

RIFLES JOIN CROWDED LEADERBOARD

September 21, 2010 at 5:48 pmby 0 comments

The Winnipeg Rifles stretched their winning streak to 3 and claimed a share of top spot in the conference, fending off the defending PFC champion Edmonton Wildcats 33-21 on Sunday afternoon at Canad Inns Stadium. The Rifles took an early 10-0 lead thanks to an Andrew Wiebe 24-yard field goalRead More

Ottawa Sooners Celebrate 50 Years With Anniversary Party at This Saturday’s Game

Ottawa Sooners Celebrate 50 Years With Anniversary Party at This Saturday’s Game

September 21, 2010 at 5:45 pmby 0 comments

THE PARTY The Ottawa Sooners are celebrating their 50th anniversary this season. This Saturday’s home game (September 25th) vs. the London Beefeaters is our “anniversary party.” Game time is 7:00pm at the Keith Harris Field located on the Carleton University campus. ALL ALUMNI INVITED We are inviting all past players,Read More

FRC – CIS Football Top 10 (#4): Laval remains at No. 1 for third week

FRC – CIS Football Top 10 (#4): Laval remains at No. 1 for third week

September 21, 2010 at 4:59 pmby 0 comments

OTTAWA (CIS) – The Laval Rouge et Or top the Football Reporters of Canada – CIS rankings for the third straight week following a dominating interlock performance in Halifax. 

FRC – CIS Football Top 10 (#4): Laval remains at No. 1 for third week

FRC – CIS Football Top 10 (#4): Laval remains at No. 1 for third week

September 21, 2010 at 11:44 amby 0 comments

OTTAWA (CIS) – The Laval Rouge et Or top the Football Reporters of Canada – CIS rankings for the third straight week following a dominating interlock performance in Halifax. The seven-time defending Quebec champions, who occupy the No. 1 spot for the 50th time in 54 polls dating back toRead More

 
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