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28
Apr

4 Warrior Alum to become Gaels

4 graduating Bantam players from the 2014 grad class have committed to play for the Queens Gaels.  Two O-linemen (Conor Redmond and Cameron Fischl) will be joined by the Warrior teammates Mitchell Henselwood (DB) and Charlie Keenan (RB) in Kingston for the upcoming Gaels’ season.
 

CONGRATS LADS!  WE’RE PROUD OF YOU! #Warriors4Life

 
Read more details in the Gaels’ press release.

L to R:  Charlie Keenan, Conor Redmond, Mitchell Henselwood (missing from the picture - Cameron Fischl)

L to R: Charlie Keenan, Conor Redmond, Mitchell Henselwood (missing from the picture – Cameron Fischl)

23
Apr

Inaugural TOUCHDOWN Clinic is AWESOME!

It was awesome”, says Paul Stewart, President of the Bell Warriors Football Club.  Over 100 local football players ages 13-21 attended the inaugural TOUCHDOWN Advanced Football Skills Camp this past Saturday, April 19th at the Ben Franklin Dome.  “The outcome of the clinic was better than we could ever have hoped for.  This was a one-of-a-kind event that really ended up being a launch of the upcoming football season in Ottawa”, states Stewart.
 
The Bell Warriors Football Club were able to rent the entire Ben Franklin Dome (which doesn’t happen every day).  “It was a big commitment that we wanted to make the most of so we reached out to some respected football coaches in the community to evaluate their interest” observes Stewart.  First on the list was Ron Raymond, University of Ottawa QB Coach and Senior OVFL Head Coach for the Cumberland Panthers.  Ron was eager to volunteer as was Rodney Moors.  Rodney is the National Capital Amateur Football Association (NCAFA) Director of Non-Contact Programs and has won 12 Canadian Touch Football Championships as a player and coach.  “It was when I made my third “reach out” to Warrior alumni and Ottawa REDBLACKS 1st trade Justin Phillips of Stittsville that we knew we were going to host an event.  Justin responded by saying ‘I’d love to help coach and I’ll bring a bunch of my CFL buddies’.  That’s when we made the commitment to put on a region-wide football clinic and the rest is history” said Stewart.
 
To put on an event of this type of scale the Bell Warriors reached out to Elite Performance Academy (EPA) of Ottawa.  Owned by CFL alumni Pat Woodcock and Donnie Ruiz, and Munster resident and long-time coach Rob Hamm, EPA are renowned for training athletes of all ages to take the steps to the next level of competition.  EPA agreed to oversee each positional station and act as Camp Directors.  EPA reached out to some of their extended supporters and were able to get more volunteer coaches for the clinic.  Darren Joseph came to coach RB’s (running backs).  Darren is a 13 year CFL vet and still holds the CJFL Season Rushing Record from his days with the Ottawa Sooners.  Kevin Scott (6 year CFL vet) of the Ottawa REDBLACKS joined to coach Offensive Linemen and Long Snapping.  Dexter Ross, NCAA All-American and CFL vet, pitched in to coach Defensive Linemen while Steve Glenn (10 year CFL vet and 3 time All-Star) helped with Linebackers.  Justin Phillips lined up Ottawa REDBLACKS Full Back John Delahunt, 6 year CFL Offensive Lineman Jon Gott of the Calgary Stampeders and his team-mate Brad Sinopoli (3 years as a Wide Receiver and former Hec Crighton Winner with the University of Ottawa Gee Gees).  There was also a last-minute addition.  Drew Tate, Calgary Stampeder starting QB, gave up his Saturday night of the Easter weekend to give back to the football community.

2014 Inaugural Touchdown Advanced Football Skills Camp

2014 Inaugural Touchdown Advanced Football Skills Camp

“We have never put on an event of this scale before and it was clear from the start that the football community was on board to make this event a success.  We wanted to have a first-class advanced football skills camp that would be accessible to all.  ‘Football for All’ is a driving mandate with our club.  We charged only $20 per player for two hours to learn from the pros.  We had players as far away as Alexandria, Pembroke and Kingston attend the camp that shows the need for a clinic like this in the region.  When the event was over, the entire group went over to the side of the dome to listen to some truly inspiring messages from the pros, sign some autographs and get some pictures taken”, said Stewart.  When asked if the Bell Warriors would consider making the non-profit TOUCHDOWN Skills Camp and annual event, he didn’t hesitate.  “We can’t wait. You better believe that this will be an annual event on the football calendar”, concluded Stewart.
 
Since 1955, the Bell Warriors Football Club has offered football programs for boys and girls ages 8-16 in the communities of Britannia, Bayshore, Bells Corners, Richmond, Munster and Stittsville. For more details on how you or your business can show your support for the Bell Warriors Football Club, go to the Sponsorship Opportunities page at www.bellwarriors.ca or email president@bellwarriors.ca.

Warrior Alum and Ottawa REDBLACKS captain Justin Phillips with the camp participants

Warrior Alum and Ottawa REDBLACKS captain Justin Phillips with the camp participants

Pat Woodcock of Elite Performance Academy - Camp Director

Pat Woodcock of Elite Performance Academy – Camp Director

12
Jan

Warriors Banquets Celebrate the ’13 Season

The four Bell Warriors Tackle Football teams had their banquets which were in conjunction with the 2nd Annual Bell Warriors Silent Auction at the Cedarhill Golf and Country Club Sunday, January 10, 2013. The Tyke and Mosquito joint banquet was in the afternoon and the following players were presented their awards:

Tyke:   Most Valuable Player – Dakarai Baskin, Coaches Choice – Christopher Edouard-Williams, Outstanding Offensive Player – Andrew Howatt, Outstanding Defensive Player – Curtis Brohman-Babineau, Rookie of the Year – Avery Osborne, Most Versatile – Ethan Morissette, Most Improved Player – Keelor Goffin, Best O-Line – Bryn Jensen, Best D-Line – James Lagasse.

2014 Bell Warrior Tyke Award Winners

2013 Bell Warrior Tyke Award Winners

Mosquito:  Most Valuable Player –  Jake Papalia, Coaches Choice – Trey O’Brien, Outstanding Offensive Player – Kyle Crabtree, Outstanding Defensive Player – Manny Akol, Rookie of the Year – Jérémy Paré, Most Versatile – Nolan Harris, Most Improved Player – Blake Adam, Outstanding Offensive Back – Ben Edouard-Williams, Outstanding Defensive Back – Nicholas Walter, Best O-Line – Kai Padamshi, Best D-Line – Ethan Ryan

2014 Bell Warriors Mosquito Award Winners

2013 Bell Warriors Mosquito Award Winners

The Pee Wee and Bantam joint banquet was in the afternoon and the following players were presented their awards:

Pee Wee:  Most Valuable Player – Sam Roberts, Coaches Award – Eric Conley, Outstanding Defensive Player – Tyler Brohman, Outstanding Offensive Player – James Keenan, Best O-Line / Warrior Award – Zachary Statham-Souliere, Rookie of the Year – Niklas Sua, Most Versatile – Joshua Streng, Most Improved – Matt Chapeski, Outstanding Offensive Back – Andrew Fullerton, Outstanding Defensive Back – Demar Welsh, Best D-Line – Waylon Allen, Best Linebacker  – Steven Schwartz.

2014 Bell Warriors Pee Wee Award Winners L to R: Front Row:  Outstanding Offensive Back – Andrew Fullerton; Rookie of the Year – Niklas Sua; Outstanding Offensive Player - James Keenan; Most Versatile Player – Joshua Streng; Outstanding Defensive Player – Tyler Brohman; Best O-Lineman / Warrior Award – Zachary Statham-Souliere Back Row:  Best D-Lineman – Waylon Allen; Coaches Award – Eric Conley; Most Improved Player – Matt Chapeski; Best Linebacker  - Steven Schwartz; Outstanding Defensive Back – Demar Welsh; Most Valuable Player – Sam Roberts

2013Bell Warriors Pee Wee Award Winners
L to R:
Front Row: Outstanding Offensive Back – Andrew Fullerton; Rookie of the Year – Niklas Sua; Outstanding Offensive Player – James Keenan; Most Versatile Player – Joshua Streng; Outstanding Defensive Player – Tyler Brohman; Best O-Lineman / Warrior Award – Zachary Statham-Souliere
Back Row: Best D-Lineman – Waylon Allen; Coaches Award – Eric Conley; Most Improved Player – Matt Chapeski; Best Linebacker – Steven Schwartz; Outstanding Defensive Back – Demar Welsh; Most Valuable Player – Sam Roberts

Bantam: Most Valuable Player – Quinn Stewart, Coaches Choice – Kurtis Schaefer, Outstanding Offensive Player – Dilan Parry, Outstanding Defensive Player – Andrew Beattie, Rookie of the Year – Craig Dawe, Most Improved – Brad Cowen, Most Versatile – Jack Rabb, Best O-Line – Liam Cochrane, Best D-Line – Sam Dulmage, Best Defensive Back – Tremayne Rockburn.

2014 Bell Warriors Bantam Award Winners: L to R: Most Improved Player – Brad Cowan; Best Offensive Lineman – Liam Cochrane; Coaches Choice – Kurtis Schaefer; Outstanding Offensive Player – Dilan Parry; Most Versatile Player – Jack Rabb; Most Valuable Player – Quinn Stewart Missing from the Picture:  Outstanding Defensive Player – Andrew Beattie; Rookie of the Year – Craig Dawe; Best Defensive Lineman – Sam Dulmage; Best Defensive Back - Tremayne Rockburn.

2013 Bell Warriors Bantam Award Winners: L to R:
Most Improved Player – Brad Cowan; Best Offensive Lineman – Liam Cochrane; Coaches Choice – Kurtis Schaefer; Outstanding Offensive Player – Dilan Parry; Most Versatile Player – Jack Rabb; Most Valuable Player – Quinn Stewart
Missing from the Picture: Outstanding Defensive Player – Andrew Beattie; Rookie of the Year – Craig Dawe; Best Defensive Lineman – Sam Dulmage; Best Defensive Back – Tremayne Rockburn.

CONGRATULATIONS ON A GREAT SEASON LADS!

11
Jan

Warrior Silent Auctions Huge Success

The Bell Warriors had 69 Silent Auction Items in our 2nd Annual Bell Warriors Silent Auction which were paired with our two annual Bell Warrior Team Banquets.  Every winning bidder had their names thrown in a hat for a chance to win this authentic Peyton Manning NFL Game Jersey donated by FocusOttawa.com .  The winner was the Fullerton family.

Andrew Fullerton (Pee Wee Outstanding Offensive Back with his Silent Auction random prize!

Andrew Fullerton (Pee Wee Outstanding Offensive Back with his Silent Auction random prize!

In all, over $8,000 has been raised at our two Annual Silent Auctions with 100% of the proceeds going towards the purchase of new equipment for our players.

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18
Dec

Warrior Wins NCAFA Bantam Bursary

Graduating Bell Warrior Bantam Captain Quinn Stewart has been named the 2013 NCAFA Outstanding Bantam Graduating Player Bursary Winner.  Quinn completed his 9th year as a Warrior this year and is a 5X major award winner including 3X MVP.  He recently was voted by opposition teams to represent the NCAFA Western division as a QB in the NCAFA Bantam All-Star game.  This was his second stint as a league All-Star. He was a team captain and starting QB in the NCAFA Pee Wee All-Star game two years earlier.

CONGRATULATIONS QUINN!

Quinn Stewart - 2013 Bell Warriors Bantam Captain & MVP; 2013 NCAFA Bantam Bursary Winner

Quinn Stewart – 2013 Bell Warriors Bantam Captain & MVP; 2013 NCAFA Bantam Bursary Winner

10
Nov

12 Warriors Compete in All-Star Weekend

“The NCAFA All Star game is a great showcase of amateur football in the Ottawa Valley region.  Very few realize that our league is the largest amateur football association in Canada.  Ottawa is a hot bed for football and today’s 3 games (Pee Wee ages 13-14; Bantam ages 15-16 and Midget ages 17-19) were a great opportunity for players from around the league to show what they can do.  The Western Pee Wee All Stars won 32-0 while the NCAFA West All Stars won 27-14. In total, the Bell Warriors had 12 players represented.”  – Paul Stewart, Bell Warriors President

2013 Bell Warriors NCAFA All-Stars Pictured L to R:  Steven Hanzidiakou, Thomas Maynard, Quinn Stewart, Kurtis Schaefer, Sam Dulmage, Tremayne Rockburn

2013 Bell Warriors NCAFA All-Stars Pictured L to R: Steven Hanzidiakou, Thomas Maynard, Quinn Stewart, Kurtis Schaefer, Sam Dulmage, Tremayne Rockburn, Noah Berdowski

2013 Bell Warriors Pee Wee NCAFA All-Stars Pictured L to R:  Sam Roberts, Malik Yusef, Tyler Brohman, Coach Brendan Stack, Zach Statham-Souliere, James Keenan

2013 Bell Warriors Pee Wee NCAFA All-Stars Pictured L to R: Sam Roberts, Malik Yusef, Tyler Brohman, Coach Brendan Stack, Zach Statham-Souliere, James Keenan

30
Oct

Warriors Food Donation Program

The Bell Warriors Football Program introduced a Food Bank Donation Program this Spring to further instill the Warriors’ commitment to our community in our families, supporters and players.
 
“Our community shouldn’t be defined by our daily routines.  A vibrant community is the result of shared ideals, mutual respect and selfless generousity.  We are committed to ensure the values we encourage on the field are practiced off the field by our Warriors.  We couldn’t be happier with their commitment to give back to their community  with our new Food Bank Donation Program.” – Paul Stewart, Bell Warriors Football Club President.
 
Since 1955, the Bell Warriors Football Club has offered football programs for boys and girls ages 8-16 in the communities of Britannia, Bayshore, Bells Corners, Richmond, Munster and Stittsville. For more details on how you or your business can show your support for the Bell Warriors Football Club, go to the Sponsorship Opportunities page at www.bellwarriors.ca or email president@bellwarriors.ca.

L to R:  Paul Stewart (Bell Warriors Football Club President); Debbie Markel and Chris King (Owner) of King’s Independent Grocer of Richmond

L to R: Paul Stewart (Bell Warriors Football Club President); Debbie Markel and Chris King (Owner) of King’s Independent Grocer of Richmond

 

L to R:  Paul Stewart (Warriors President), Todd Brown (Brown’s Independent Grocer Owner)

L to R: Paul Stewart (Warriors President), Todd Brown (Brown’s Independent Grocer Owner)

26
Sep

2 More Warriors Named NCAFA Players of the Week

It’s happened again.  Two Bell Warriors Bantam players (ages 15-16) have been named NCAFA Players of the Week for Week 5 of the 2013 tackle football season.  Dylan Parry has been named NCAFA’s Overall and Offensive Player of the Week on the strength of a jaw-dropping performance which saw Dylan score 3 TD’s.  Sheldon Thomas, also of the Bell Warriors, was named NCAFA’s Defensive Player of the Game in Week 5 due to his numerous tackles and interception which was returned for a touchdown in the 57-0 Warrior win Sept 21st against the Kanata Knights. In addition to Dylan and Sheldon’s honours, week two saw Warriors’ Quinn Stewart (QB) and Andrew Beattie (LB) take home similar honours (both from Richmond).  In week three, Stittsville’s Kurtis Schaefer also won NCAFA’s Player of the Week.
 
“I’ve had the privilege to coach Sheldon every second year that he’s been with the Warriors since his first year at tyke (8 to 10 year olds).  He’s always has a smile and has always been willing to do the jobs no one else would.  He’s a great team player.  Dylan Parry is one of the most modest athletes I’ve coached despite the fact that he may be one of the best receivers I’ve ever been involved with and now he has evolved into a jaw-dropping running back. He’s an undeniable talent and like Sheldon, he is a pleasure to coach. They reflect what NCAFA and the Warriors are all about and I couldn’t be happier for either boy for being this week’s NCAFA Player of the Week.”  – Paul Stewart, Bell Warriors President.

NCAFA Overall and Offensive Player of the Week - Dilan Parry

NCAFA Overall and Offensive Player of the Week – Dilan Parry

NCAFA Defensive Player of the Week - Sheldon Thomas

NCAFA Defensive Player of the Week – Sheldon Thomas

14
Sep

Schaefer Named Defensive Player of the Week

Standout Bantam MLB and Captain Kurtis Schaefer is named NCAFA Player of the Week in week 3 of the 2013 NCAFA Bantam Season.

CONGRATS KURTIS!

Kurtis Player of the week

7
Sep

STEWART & BEATTIE NCAFA Films Players of the Week

The overall NCAFA Player of the Week and Offensive Player of Week in week two of the NCAFA season has been announced and the honour goes to Bell Warrior Bantam captain and QB Quinn Stewart on the strength of his 3 throwing TD’s and 2 running TD’s this past weekend.  Defensive Player of the Week is dominant first-year Bantam MLB Andrew Beattie.

WELL DONE GENTLEMEN!!!

 

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27
Jul

Warriors Golf Tournament Was a Great Event

What a day! Big crowd of like-minded Warrior supporters hit the links at the Richmond Centennial Golf Course for a great day of fun. This has been going on for decades thanks to the vision of Jim Wagdin our immediate Past-President. Tim Sheahan, VP of Operations, is running the program now and we had an excellent day. THANKS to our many parents who lined up gifts and to our many generous supporters who donated prizes. We had a first this year a 3-Way Tie! The put-off came up with an undisputable winner – TEAM PAPALIA: Joe Papalia, his faher (the ringer), Dan Crabtree and Richard Baylin. A big THANK YOU to the Big Rig Kitchen and Brewery for donating the awesome Winning Team Prize! CONGRATS LADS!!!!

Pictured L to R:  Paul Stewart (Bell Warriors President), Dan Crabtree, Richard Baylin, Joe Papalia

Pictured L to R: Paul Stewart (Bell Warriors President), Dan Crabtree, Richard Baylin, Joe Papalia

15
Jun

Two Warriors Playing for the Edmonton Eskimos

For those that took in the first Edmonton Eskimos exhibition game of the 2013 season on TSN’s Friday Night Football, you probably enjoyed a spirited match.  Nice to have football back on the tube.  For local football fans, the return of football had added significance. The odds of a Canadian football player making it all the way to the CFL are slim at best.  To have two local players, who both played for the same minor football team, make it to the football summit and play for the same CFL team is unheard of.  Well it happened this past Friday, June 14th with the Edmonton Eskimos for Scott Mitchell of Ottawa and Kyle Norris of Stittsville.  Where did they start their football careers you may ask?  Ends up both Eskimos players started the football playing days for the our Bell Warriors Football Club.
 
“It was a great game to watch and I dare say it was an unprecedented CFL event. This is a phenomenal piece of history for our Bell Warriors Football Club. It truly reinforces our goals as an organization and is a great motivator for are many young future stars. Until the Red Blacks are on the field we may have some Eskimos fan wearing Warrior Blue and Gold.” – Paul Stewart, Bell Warriors President

2bThe Bell Warriors are still looking for more players for the 2013 Football Season.  With all 4 clubs playing in the 2012 Championships, the Warriors are excited for the upcoming season.  For more details, contact the Warriors at president@bellwarriors.ca.  Since 1955, the Bell Warriors Football Club has offered football programs for boys and girls ages 8-16 in the communities of Britannia, Bayshore, Bells Corners, Richmond, Munster and Stittsville.

8
Jun

Bell Warriors Out in Force at Ottawa Red Blacks Launch

The Bell Warriors Football Club were part of a 200+ player contingent representing the National Capital Amateur Football Association (NCAFA) at the launch of Ottawa’s new CFL franchise – the Ottawa Red Blacks.  15 Bell Warrior players joined Warriors President Paul Stewart to represent the local football club at the Ernst & Young Centre Saturday afternoon. More than 3,000 were on hand to celebrate the return of the CFL to Ottawa.

It was a phenomenal event. I’m sure there has never been anything quite like it in Ottawa.  Even league the CFL Commissioner Mark Cohen was caught off guard by the resounding support shown by local football and CFL supporters.  Our 15 Warrior players will never forget it.” – Paul Stewart, Bell Warriors President

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Bell Warrior Players Pictured L to R: Quinn Stewart, Eric Conley, Andrew Fullerton, Ross Polito, Grant England, Shayne Forsythe, Steven Schwartz, Josh Streng

 

The Warriors also made the most of the opportunity to approach Ottawa Rough Rider and Renegades alumni to sign CFL footballs to help raise important dollars for the football club. “We’ll be offering up the signed memorabilia at our Bell Warrior Silent Auctions in January.  In addition to signatures from ex-CFL greats like Russ Jackson, Jerry Organ, and Tony Gabriel, Ottawa Red Blacks GM Marcel DesJardins and co-owner Jeff Hunt signed to show their support of NCAFA, the Warriors and amateur football. It was a huge day for our city and the football community”, continues Mr. Stewart.

 

President Paul Stewart with CFL Hall of Famer and Ottawa Rough Rider great Tony Gabriel.

President Paul Stewart with CFL Hall of Famer and Ottawa Rough Rider great Tony Gabriel.

Paul Stewart (Bell Warriors President) with Ottawa REDBLACKS co-owner Jeff Hunt.

Paul Stewart (Bell Warriors President) with Ottawa REDBLACKS co-owner Jeff Hunt.

"All signed and ready for this year's 2nd Annual Bell Warriors Silent Auction"

“All signed and ready for this year’s 2nd Annual Bell Warriors Silent Auction”

Since 1955, the Bell Warriors Football Club has offered football programs for boys and girls ages 8-16 in the communities of Britannia, Bayshore, Bells Corners, Richmond, Munster and Stittsville.

5
May

Warrior Day a Resounding Success

Close to 100 youth interested in playing football came out to the Richmond Fair Grounds for the 2013 Bell Warriors Football Club’s 2nd Annual “Warrior Day”.  The football clinic also included registration for the upcoming 2013 tackle football tryouts and a Punt-Pass-Kick competition.  The Warriors have also added some value-added programs this year for their supporters which were launched at the event.  The Club introduced their Hand-Me-Down Program which encourages supporters to recycle their cleats and Warrior Wear clothing.  Also new this year is the Warrior Foodbank Program.  At every practice, event and game this year the Bell Warriors will be accepting non-perishable food for local food banks.

“We have a small army of supporters who are dedicated to make a difference in our young players’ lives and in our community.  Our Hand-Me-Down Program and Foodbank Program are both programs that we have wanted to do for years and we are proud to have implemented them this year.  Warrior Day was a perfect time for these programs’ launch.  The event was a huge success with close to 100 youth in attendance to learn more about football and have some fun.  The Punt-Pass-Kick competition grew again this year and is a fun way to wind up the day-long event.” – Paul Stewart, Bell Warrior Football Club President

Tryouts start just after the long weekend in May and it is not too late to register to try out and have some fun playing football.  For more details, go to www.bellwarriors.ca or email president@bellwarriors.ca.

Punt-Pass-Kick Competition Results:

Bantam (ages 15-16)

1st           Quinn Stewart                   139 yards             (Richmond)

2nd          Jacob Stuart-Lafleur        105 yards             (Bells Corners)

3rd           Liam Cochrane                  99 yards               (Nepean)

 

Pictured left to right: Tim Sheahan (VP); Liam Cochrance – 3rd; Quinn Stewart – 1st; Paul Stewart (President) (Absent from photo:  Jacob Stuart-Lafleur – 2nd)

Pictured left to right:
Tim Sheahan (VP); Liam Cochrance – 3rd; Quinn Stewart – 1st; Paul Stewart (President) (Absent from photo: Jacob Stuart-Lafleur – 2nd)

Pee Wee (ages 13-14)

1st           Tyler Brohman                  107 yards             (Ottawa)

2nd          Noah Hunt                          94 yards               (Stittsville)

3rd           Malik Yusuf                         91 yards               (Stittsville)

 

Pictured left to right: Tim Sheahan (VP); Malik Yusuf – 3rd; Tyler Brohman – 1st ; Paul Stewart (President) (absent from photo:  Noah Hunt – 2nd)

Pictured left to right:
Tim Sheahan (VP); Malik Yusuf – 3rd; Tyler Brohman – 1st ; Paul Stewart (President) (absent from photo: Noah Hunt – 2nd)

Mosquito (ages 11-12)

1st           Kyle Crabtree                    69 yards               (Stittsville)

2nd          Braiden Dinelle                 67 yards               (Stittsville)

3rd           Lucas Quattrocchi            61 yards               (Stittsville)

 

Pictured left to right: Tim Sheahan (VP); Lucas Quattrocchi – 3rd; Kyle Crabtree – 1st; Braiden Dinelle – 2nd; Paul Stewart (President)

Pictured left to right:
Tim Sheahan (VP); Lucas Quattrocchi – 3rd; Kyle Crabtree – 1st; Braiden Dinelle – 2nd; Paul Stewart (President)

Tyke (ages 8-10)

1st           Duncan Kemp                    55 yards               (Richmond)

2nd          Curtis Brohman                 54 yards               (Ottawa)

3rd           Alex Miles                           48 yards               (Barrhaven)

Pictured left to right: Tim Sheahan (VP); Alex Miles – 3rd; Duncan Kemp – 1st; Curtis Brohman – 2nd; Paul Stewart (President)

Pictured left to right:
Tim Sheahan (VP); Alex Miles – 3rd; Duncan Kemp – 1st; Curtis Brohman – 2nd; Paul Stewart (President)

Paul Stewart (President) with Paul Meek, Owner of Harvey and Verns (Event Sponsor)

Paul Stewart (President) with Paul Meek, Owner of Harvey and Verns (Event Sponsor)

"What a great event, see you next year!"

“What a great event, see you next year!”

6
Apr

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.