Saints’ standout unsure about his future Deciding whether or not you’re going to continue on in football is a big decision and Alex Yuill of the St. Joseph Saints (Alberta School Athletics Association) is in that precarious position of figuring out where his future lies. Alex Yuill Positions: Offensive LineRead More
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The young standout will be part of the SFU Clan next season. The recruiting process is a little bit like a sweepstakes for both the university and the player and both Alex April of the Spruce Grove Panthers (Alberta School Athletics Association) and NCAA’s Division 2 Simon Fraser Clan wonRead More
With only one year until the start of high school, the Grade 8s that took part in the Ontario Prospect Challenge are one step closer to recruitment than their younger counterparts. There were many great athletes that played during the games and some coaches found it a bit hard toRead More
On a gloomy Sunday, the Grade 7s faced off against one another at the Ontario Prospect Challenge and while the games were rather lopsided, they produced some admirable performers. Although recruitment isn’t probably on the minds of many of the players, it is never too early to know who youRead More
Trio of CWUAA schools in the mix for Falcons standout. In the good game of football, delivering an effect hit is almost like producing a work of art. It takes skill and precision to ensure that the player doesn’t elude you and if you’re like Noah Perkins, a player forRead More
The 2016 edition of the Ontario Prospect Challenge is in the books and with 12 games now in the records, there were a lot of players that stood out among the rest. While graduation for the players of the Minor teams is still a long way off, it is neverRead More
In the sophomore battles of the Ontario Prospect Challenge, the score became lopsided, fast, but with the young players edging closer to recruitment, there are a few standouts that impressed the coaches.
The Ontario Prospect Challenge’s freshmen match-ups were polar opposites with one game being a blowout while the other was a close match. Regardless, both games had standout, young athletes that may just be entering the radar of recruiters.
The Ontario Prospect Challenge witnessed a flurry of games over the course of three days and with it came two varsity match-ups that featured a number of high quality athletes. There were quite a number of players who made an impression on the coaches, but here are some whose namesRead More
HAMILTON – Sunday was for the little tykes and Team West faced off against Team Central in the Ontario Prospect Challenge minor game, which saw Omari Martin of Team Central, Eric Lofthouse of Team Central and JD Shoniker of Team West named as the game’s MVPs. The overall MVP awardRead More
HAMILTON – On an early and rainy Sunday morning, Team East took on Team Halton-Peel (minors) at the Ontario Prospect Challenge and while a number of young players could have been named MVPs, the awards went to William Bradford of Team East, Ethan Bennink of Team Halton-Peel and Malcolm MacDonaldRead More
CFC INSIDER Browns standout currently open to all considerations. When playing a sport, you go with your strengths and if you’re as speedy as Jacob Biggs of the St. Francis Browns (Alberta School Athletics Association), why not play in some of the game’s fastest positions?
HAMILTON – On Sunday, Team West took on Team Central in the Grade 7 match-up at the Ontario Prospect Challenge and while it was a lopsided game for Team Central the MVP selection was also all Central with Mason Watson, Cameron Park and Nehemiah Forde-Bowen being named the game’s MVPs.Read More
HAMILTON – On Sunday, the last day of the Ontario Prospect Challenge, Team East squared off against Team Halton-Peel and while there were many great athletes, it was Antonio Corsi of Team East, Jayden Banks of Team Halton-Peel and Scott Miron of Team East that were named the game’s MVPs.Read More
HAMILTON – It was a thrilling game that went down to the wire between Team West and Team Central (grade 8) on Sunday night and while there were many standouts, the MVP awards went to Jacob Succar of Team West, Daniel Brown of Team West and Kallan Edwards of TeamRead More