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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.

Millennium Park poised to receive more fields

Updated On: May 13, 2014
An innovative development model is set to bring more sports fields and facilities to Ottawa’s east end. A planned expansion project for Millennium Park southeast of Trim and Innes Rd. worth $8 million received approval in April from the City of Ottawa’s planning committee and now requires only the final green light from full council at its May 14 meeting in order to proceed – usually a slam dunk.

5 new faces in Ottawa Sports Hall

Updated On: May 13, 2014
The Ottawa Sports Hall of Fame will welcome five more members, as Kristina Groves, Wayne Giardino, Todd Nicholson, Tom Casey and Ed Laverty join the Hall’s already luxurious family at a May 7 induction ceremony at City Hall.

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