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St. Pete’s back on top with win over St. Pat’s in snowy high school football final

Updated On: November 12, 2014
They were up against the opponent that gave them the most trouble all year, but there was no stopping the St. Peter Knights on Nov. 8 at snowy TD Place. The Knights completed an undefeated season and returned to their throne on top of the local high school football league with a 20-0 victory over the St. Patrick Irish in the national capital ‘AAA/AAAA’ final.

Cumberland blanks Bell in battle of unbeatens at NCAFA football finals

Updated On: November 12, 2014
It was a cold afternoon, but Minto Field was fired up on Nov. 2 for the hottest rivalry in local youth football as the Bell Warriors and Cumberland Panthers clashed in back-to-back ‘A’ Cup division finals at the National Capital Amateur Football Association championships.

Local QB turns Panda rivalry Ravens’ way

Updated On: October 9, 2014
Jesse Mills’ Hail Mary pass to Nate Behar on Sept. 20 at TD Place will stand as one of the all-time great moments in Panda Game history, but the play that gave the Carleton Ravens a 33-31 last-second miracle victory over the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees in front of 12,000+ at TD Place may also go down as the moment the tide turned in Carleton’s favour over the long haul.

Swans write local Aussie rules history with Ontario crown

Updated On: October 9, 2014
The Ottawa Swans made a big statement about the rise of Australian rules football locally on Sept. 20, as the three-year-old women's team captured the first provincial championship in club history with a convincing victory over the Hamilton Wildcats in Toronto.

Knights, Irish jump to top of high school football pack

Updated On: October 9, 2014
A year after being unseated by the Sir Wilfrid Laurier Lancers as high school city champions, the St. Peter Knights are off to a solid start in their 2014 campaign, recording 28-7 and 60-20 victories over the Mother Teresa Spartans and the Ashbury Colts, who have rejoined the national capital loop after a three-year stint in an independent schools' league.

Riders replicate dream season with 2 more Ontario titles

Created On: September 6, 2014
One year removed from making history, the Myers Riders picked up right where they left off. After capturing Ottawa's first-ever Ontario Varsity Football League title at the Senior level in 2013, the west-end club replicated the results in 2014 – Senior and Bantam champions, and Junior finalists – and this time they got to do it at home on Aug. 16 at Carleton University.

Second chance to dress for Canada sparks Swans Aussie Rules stars

Created On: September 6, 2014
It was an opportunity they weren't expecting, but the last-minute chance to represent Canada has got Ottawa Swans players Lisa Dalla Rosa and Roberta Kramchynsky bubbling with excitement for the Aug. 9-23 Australian Football International Cup in Melbourne – a major Aussie Rules tournament held only once every three years.

2 local OVFL football teams yet to lose in 2014 season

Updated On: August 9, 2014
The Varsity Myers Riders completed a perfect 8-0 Ontario Varsity Football League regular season and then beat Toronto 41-6 in the first playoff round.

Half of Ottawa’s OVFL teams perfect at 6-0

Updated On: July 13, 2014
With the Ontario Varsity Football League nearing the conclusion of its regular season, it's become clear that there's one type of team to watch out for: Ottawa.

'Be a Bengal, not a Bully' program releases video to help fight against bullying through football

Updated On: June 6, 2014
The Orleans Bengals Football Club, along with Cumberland City Councillor Stephen Blais, posted an online video in May to help spread the club's an anti-bullying message.

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