Several months after their junior and senior football teams captured city championships in the same season, the St. Peter Knights were feted at City Hall during a reception hosted by Cumberland Ward Councillor Stephen Blais.
Sumarah named new Ravens football head coach
Updated On: January 18, 2012
After a nationwide search, Carleton University is pleased to announce that Steve Sumarah has been named the 13th head coach of the Ravens varsity football program.
Eli’s excellent U.S. football adventure leads to UCLA
Updated On: January 12, 2012
Barely four years removed from never having played an organized football game, it’s been a wild ride to a totally different world for Ottawa native Eli Ankou, who’s next stop will be a USA vs the World game for top high school prospects in Austin, TX.
Long-awaited on-campus stadium approved for U of O
Created On: December 7, 2011
There was a time that the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees football team wanted to play its games closer to campus so badly that they investigated the feasibility of putting bleachers on the roof of the Sports Complex so they could play at Matt Anthony Field.
Ottawa native wins Vanier Cup for McMaster
Created On: November 26, 2011
Myers Riders grad Tyler Crapigna experienced the placekicker's dream on Friday, Nov. 25 as the McMaster Marauders player booted the game-winning field goal in double-overtime to send his team to its first Vanier Cup title in school history.
Colts debut with CISAA jr. football crown
Updated On: November 22, 2011
It didn't take Ashbury Colts long to welcome themselves to the Canadian Independent Schools Athletic Association, as their junior football team won the league championship in its first season.
St. Peter falls in OFSAA football semi
Updated On: November 21, 2011
The St. Peter Knights got a trip to Kingston out of their national capital senior football title, but they won’t get to complete their trip down Hwy. 401 for an OFSAA bowl game after falling 46-20 to Frontenac Secondary Schools on Saturday.
Video: St. Peter wins 4th sr. football city title in a row
Created On: November 14, 2011
The undefeated St. Peter Knights struck early to build a 17-0 lead and allowed only a conceded safety the rest of the way to win their fourth consecutive national capital high school senior football championship with a 17-2 victory over the St. Mark Lions on Saturday, Nov. 12 at Minto Field.
Video: Knights return to champion throne in jr. football
Updated On: November 13, 2011
The St. Peter Knights beat the one team that beat them during the regular season as they knocked off the undefeated Sir Wilfrid Laurier Lancers 15-7 in the national capital high school junior football championship game on Saturday, Nov. 12 at Minto Field.
Video: Lancers squeak past Saints with rushing attack
Updated On: November 13, 2011
The Sir Wilfrid Laurier Lancers prevailed 14-13 over the Immaculata Saints in the national capital high school tier 2 senior football league championship game on Saturday, Nov. 5 at the Nepean Sportsplex's Minto Field.