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OUA football uniform ruling looks to fix what isn’t broken

Updated On: March 17, 2015
Add the Carleton Ravens to a growing list of voices opposed to a recent Ontario University Athletics decision to limit the number of game-day jerseys and helmets its football teams can use in a season.

Sooner selected for Football Canada's International Bowl team

Updated On: January 12, 2015
Carter Wilson of the Ottawa Sooners has been selected to play for Football Canada’s U-18 entry in a Jan. 30 International Bowl series game at the Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX.

Ottawa football players claim many All-Canadian honours

Updated On: January 12, 2015
University of Ottawa Gee-Gees defensive tackle Ettore Lattanzio won the J.P. Metras Trophy as Canada’s top university lineman and was chosen as a first-team All-Canadian along with the Carleton Ravens’ Nate Behar and Nepean’s Tyler Crapigna of the McMaster Marauders, while Ottawa’s Drew Morris and Orleans’ Ryan Begin of the Acadia Axemen were named to the second team.

St. Peter blasted in OFSAA bowl final

Updated On: January 12, 2015
The national capital-champion St. Peter Knights lost their OFSAA football bowl game 50-16 to Golden Horseshoe’s Holy Trinity on Nov. 27 at McMaster University in Hamilton.

Mustangs coach earns NFL Youth Coach of the Year grant

Updated On: January 12, 2015
Paul Howard of the South Ottawa Mustangs has been named 2014 NFL Youth Coach of the Year, recognizing his efforts to encourage football participation and raise funds and his instrumental role in helping to build hope and opportunity within the Heron Gate community.

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.

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