COACHES SPOTLIGHT (MOORE): “At the beginning of the season, 12 individuals walk onto that field, but at the end of the season, one team takes the last snap”

Coaches play a big role in the development of their players, not just on the field, but off the field. There are thousands of community/high school coaches that sacrifice countless hours of their own time to make sure that amateur football is an opportunity presented to young people all across the country. CFC is taking the time to highlight some of these dedicated coaches.

Jason Moore takes immense solace in moulding players from one of Ontario’s most underrated football communities – Thunder Bay.

Moore has coached the St. Ignatius Falcons for the last three seasons, handling the offensive and defensive lines, as well as the linebacking corps. The Falcons have won the city championship in each of his three years with the program. He has also spent nine years with the Thunder Bay Minor Football Association (TBMFA), seven of which as a Head Coach, and also skipped Team Canada at the International Bowl in 2015, where they won gold, and 2016, where they picked up a silver medal.


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