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Huronia Stallions unveil their 2018 award winners

Registration for successful football program slated for Feb. 23 in Orillia
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Jordan Davis jumps into the fray to make a key interception in a playoff game last summer. He was one of several individual award winners for the 2018 season. (Jason Romisher photo)

NEWS RELEASE
HURONIA STALLIONS
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The 2018 season was the 26th in program history for the Huronia Stallions and was a successful one with both the bantam and varsity teams advancing to the Ontario Football Conference Playoffs.

The varsity team defeated the league champion Oshawa Hawkeyes on the road during the regular season and were narrowly defeated by a strong Scarborough Thunder team in the playoffs.

Several current and former Stallions players and coaches are also making news at the university football level.

The Stallions currently have six former members of the program coaching with Canadian university football programs. These include Kyle Graves who was recently named the Offensive Coordinator at Mount Allison, former CFL coach and current Acadia assistant Josh Lambert, and Tyler Honeywood (Acadia), Nico Alves (Mount Allison), Tivon Cook (St. Francis Xavier), and Jeremy Rogers (Windsor).

Several Stallions players have also committed to university football programs including Kayden Peters who dressed at St. Francis Xavier this past fall. 2019 commits include: Zechariah Willems (Mount Allison), Chris Costigan (Mount Allison), Lucas Pyz (Guelph), TJ Wallin (York), and Kail Dava (Tennessee Tech). Tyler Dekkers and Devin McGuirk also competed in the 22 and under Canadian Junior Football League for the Hamilton Hurricanes and GTA Grizzlies respectively.

The 2019 season is on the horizon. There are a few opportunities to sign up to play this summer.

Registration Information:

Barrie: Feb. 9, East Bayfield Recreation Centre, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Orillia: Feb. 23, Rotary Place Orillia, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

All equipment is provided and registration includes insurance and team picture. House League players also get to keep their jersey.

Eligibility and Cost:

Competitive Travelling Teams: $640

Varsity, Year of Birth – 2000, 2001, 2002

Junior Varsity, Year of Birth – 2003, 2004

Bantam, Year of Birth – 2005, 2006

House League: $540

The house league program is run on a non-competitive basis. Scores are not kept in games, players play equal time and are encouraged to play a variety of positions in a fun atmosphere.

Colt: 2005, 2006

Pony: 2007, 2008

Mustang: 2009, 2010

For more information visit or to register online click here, email hoof@huroniastallions.on.ca, or phone 705-826-3502

The Huronia Stallions recently announced their 2018 individual award winners for their varsity, junior varsity, and bantam teams.

Award winners are:

VARSITY

Defensive MVP: Zechariah Willems

Offensive MVP: Cruz Beaudry

Top Lineman (The Whaler Award): Chris Costigan

Top Rookie: Gavin Wallin

Most Improved Player: TJ Pusey

Pride Award: Jordan Travis and Andy Shrubsole

Top Special Teams Player: William McCulloch

Ryan Clarke Memorial Scholarship Winner: Kayden Peters

JUNIOR VARSITY

Defensive MVP: Victor Garcia-Lopes

Offensive MVP: Mark Arrizza

Top Lineman (The Whaler Award): Connor Wherry

Top Rookie: Marcus Tenney

Most Improved Player: Nico Burton

Pride Award: Rio Campo

Top Special Teams Player: Lucas Janicki

BANTAM

Offensive MVP: Will Howard

Defensive MVP: Aaron Lavers and Cam Taylor

Top Lineman (The Whaler Award): Nolan Chalmers

Top Rookie: Jake Sheppard

Most Improved Player: Mackenzie Jackson

Pride Award: Ethan Travis

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