Carleton Ravens Supporting Warriors Winter Workouts

In October of 2012, Josh Sacobie joined the Carleton Ravens football coaching staff as Receiver Coach and Manager of the Ravens community outreach programs. Josh brought firsthand knowledge of CIS from his experience as an All-Canadian student-athlete. Josh had an impressive five-year career as quarterback of the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees and was a 2008 Hec Creighton CIS Player of the Year finalist, along with being named OUA Player of the Year.  Josh and a number of Carleton Ravens players the Warriors at our 3rd week of our Warrior Winter Workouts to have some fun with our players and lend their expertise.

 

“The Ravens will be fielding their first team in years this fall and are proving their commitment to support the football community.  It is all about inspiring young people to challenge themselves and to grow our great sport.  Having the Ravens join our players and coaches is an awesome gesture and one that the Warriors are tremendously excited and grateful about.  In addition, the Ravens are starting a new program for players 8-14 who haven’t been exposed to football before.  The Jr. Ravens program is destined to be a big hit in the Ottawa region and will continue efforts to expose youth to football.  Football in the region is clearly growing like never before.” – Paul Stewart, Bell Warrriors Football Club President.

Big THANKS to Josh Sacobie of the Carleton Ravens and players Cameron Stewart, Stefano Napolitano and Tyler Young (both Warrior Alumni) for giving back at the Warrior Winter Workouts.

Big THANKS to Josh Sacobie of the Carleton Ravens and players Cameron Stewart, Stefano Napolitano and Tyler Young (both Warrior Alumni) for giving back at the Warrior Winter Workouts.