Posts Tagged ‘High School Football’
The best football players in the London were honoured this afternoon during the annual awards ceremony.
The best player in the city this year was Jesse McNair or McNasty as he’s come to be known, and it’s a moniker that he’s accepted.
One team has had several chances to reach the Western Bowl; the other has come close for five straight years but fallen short, until this year. Brent Lale previews the Western Bowl play-in battle between STA and Herman.
In this story: Harry Lumley, Peter Legge, Tyler Storie, Austin Lumley, Jesse McNair, Jacob Scarfone
Herman wins Swossa
STA wins Wossa
Herman wins Windsor City Title
STA wins London City Title
Shortly after the Herman Green Griffins were crowned Windsor/Essex Champions for a fifth straight time, allegations of using an ineligible player began to surface.
In this story: Jordie Yovanovich, Tyler Storie, Harry Lumley
The road to the Western Bowl goes through either a Sarnia or Windsor football team. The best of those conferences clashed for the Swossa Championship.
In this story: Austin Lumley, Tyler Storie, Harry Lumley, Craig Davies
The Oakridge Oaks wish they could have competed against the top teams in the city. But they were in the “B” Division this year, so their goal was to beat everyone they played and capture the title.
In this story: Paul Kozochuk, Connor Byrne, Ryan Choma, Paul Callahan, Mike Darling
The London City Championship featured #CTVHotlist #1 and #2. Both teams were undefeated, so something had to give.
Brent Lale has post game reaction from the field.
In this story: Peter Legge, Jesse McNair, Jacob Scarfone, JP Circelli
The CCH Cheerleaders pump up the crowd at the City Final.
The St. Joseph’s Rams taking on #CTVHotlist #4 Parkside Stampeders in the South East Championship.
Interviews: Thomas Richardson, Jamie Geisler, Eric Ursic
The Central Elgin Titans made the #CTVHotlist this year as the Varsity Division leaders. They tried to cap off a great season in the Varsity Bowl, but to do so had to beat the defending champions.
Interviews: Tanner Turley, Dale Homewood, Mackenzie Duwyn
Dave Hocking has been named the NFL Canadian Youth Coach of the Year for his work as a volunteer football coach for the John Paul II Jr. team as well as two youth teams in the LMFA. Further to his volunteer work, Hocking’s Charity ‘Cleats for Kids’ which distributes used sports footwear to kids in need was a major reason for his award nod.
In this story: Dave Hocking
HS Football Title Preview