Waterloo academics attracts commits

Waterloo adds two Ontario commits to their 2019 class.

Noah LeBar, a running back from Grand River Collegiate Institute, and Dallas Bone, a wide receiver from AN Meyer Secondary School are set to put themselves to the test with the University of Waterloo Warriors.

Noah LeBar

Accepted into the environment and business program, academics was in the forefront for Noah LeBar. “I chose Waterloo because academically it suited me best with what I wanted to do,” he said. “And, the head coach, Bertoia, and the coaching staff made it seem like the right choice. Amazing staff, each of them understand the game very well but also care about their players.”

LeBar only played rep football when he was young. The 6’2, 230lbs athlete did, however, have a successful lacrosse career. He played on Team Ontario and captured a national championship. He was also a member of the Elora Mohawks Junior B team and helped the Mohawks win an Ontario championship.

In football, the product of Kitchener, Ontario, was a defensive MVP with the Eastwood Collegiate Rebels (WCSSAA) in grade nine. He was an MVP for the Grand River Renegades (WCSSAA) the following year. He also received a defensive MVP award in both grade 11 and 12. He was a 2nd-team all-star in grade 11 and a 1st-team all-star in grade 12 and 13.

Dallas Bone

Dallas Bone is from Niagara Falls, Ontario, where he played for the AN Myer Marauders (NCAA). He is 6’1, 160lbs.

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