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11
Nov

Warriors Win!!!

All four Warrior tackle teams played in NCAFA’s region-wide championships this weekend. “It was a heck of a weekend for our players and Warrior families. It was an amazing two days and when it was all over, our Tykes and Mosquitos were crowned champions.” – Warrior President Paul Stewart
 
Tyke:  The Bell Warriors Tykes played the biggest game of the year and the defense pulled through to win the Chorney Conference Championship over a tough Nepean Redskins squad 14-12.  Led by  defensive players Max Johnston, Andrew Decarie and Shyreek Phillips, who made several key tackles throughout the game, all led by example and played through some minor injuries. Offensively,the Warriors team played confidently with James Lawlor and Trey O’Brien scoring the two Warrior TD’s on impressive runs.

 

2012 NCAFA Tyke B-Cup Champions: Bell Warriors coached by Head Coach Brian Patterson

2012 NCAFA Tyke B-Cup Champions: Bell Warriors coached by Head Coach Brian Patterson

2012 Mosquito B-Cup Champions:  Bell Warrior Captains Pictured L to R:  Connor England, Malik Yusuf, James Keenan, Joshua Streng, Shayne Forsythe

2012 Mosquito B-Cup Champions: Bell Warrior Captains Pictured L to R: Connor England, Malik Yusuf, James Keenan, Joshua Streng, Shayne Forsythe

Mosquito:  The Bell Warriors mosquito squad held off a tough Bengals side to capture the Chorney Conference Championship Cup this past weekend at Millenium field, the fourth straight Mosquito Division City Championship.  Another multiple touchdown performance from Joshua Streng with strong performance at Quarterback from James Keenan. The defence was led once again by Malik Yusuf and Shane Forsyth.

 

2012 NCAFA Mosquito B-Cup Champions:  Bell Warriors coached by Head Coach Michael Polito

2012 NCAFA Mosquito B-Cup Champions: Bell Warriors coached by Head Coach Michael Polito

Pee Wee:  The Bell Warriors Peewee Team, in the third straight A-Cup appearance by the Warriors, fought hard against The North Gloucester Giants in a battle of the leagues 2 best offensive teams. Neither side giving in completely, bend but don’t break, the game needed OT to decide the outcome. The Giants prevailed 26 – 20 , with Dilan Parry (The MVP of the game ) amassing 266 yards rushing in a losing effort.

 

Bantam:  The Bell Warriors Bantam club just didn’t have enough to shut down the undefeated Myers Riders and came up short 40-2.  The Warriors Bantam Club had an impressive 7 an 1 season and won both their sudden-death playoff games to appear in the A-Cup Gilchrist Conference Championship.  As had been the case all season long, Mike Hoecht, Charlie Keenan and Jesse Skucas ran hard for the Warriors.  Defensively, Josh Bailey and Mitchell Henselwood led the Warriors throughout the game.

 

Combined, our 4 levels had the best record in the league this year.  We were #1 in the league for Points For (1205), #1 for Points Differential (+773 points), #4 for Points Against (432), #1 for Average Points Per Game (38) and all 4 levels can boast about winning seasons.  With all 4 clubs competing in the City’s Championship and our Tykes and Mosquitos winning, this has certainly been a banner year for the Warriors.

5
Nov

Norsemen Win it All

The Bell Warriors partner with Bel-Air at the Midget level (ages 17-19) and the team is called the Bel-Air Noresmen. 14 Ex-Warriors played for the Norsemen this year and they went on to win the A-Cup Midget Championship over the Nepean Redskins 4-3.
 
A big congratulations goes out to the long-time Bel-Air President John Smith and the Norsemen’s fantastic head coach Tony Violante!  WELL DONE!
 

14 Warrior Alumni are part of the 2012 NCAFA A-Cup winning Bel-Air Nosemen line-up. CONGRATS LADS!

14 Warrior Alumni are part of the 2012 NCAFA A-Cup winning Bel-Air Nosemen line-up. CONGRATS LADS!

28
Oct

All 4 clubs are playing in the Regional Championships next weekend

Our Warriors Mosquito team (11-12 years old) and Pee Wee team (ages 13-14) won yesterday. Our Mosquito Club will go on to compete for the NCAFA Chorney Conference Championship for the 3rd straight year on Saturday. The Pee Wee Club will be competing for the Overall Championship (also for the 3rd straight year) or the Gilchrist Conference Championship on Sunday.

Our Tyke team (ages 8-10) won their sudden-death semi-final game today 27-6. They’ll be competing on Saturday for the Chorney Conference Championship and our Bantam team (ages 15-16) won our sudden-death final against the South Gloucester Raiders today 56-35. The Bantams will be competing next Sunday for the Overall NCAFA A-Cup Championship – the Gilchrist Conference Championship on Sunday. For some of our Bantam players this will be their 4th straight year competing for an A-Cup Overall Championship.

Warrior Bantam FB Mike Hoecht rambles for big yards in the Bantams huge 56-35 A-Cup semi-final win over the South Gloucester Raiders

Warrior Bantam FB Mike Hoecht rambles for big yards in the Bantam’s huge 56-35 A-Cup semi-final win over the South Gloucester Raiders

16
Oct

Bell Warriors Gear up for the Playoffs

A few things for you about the regular season which finished up this past Sunday.  Pee Wee Head Coach Tim Sheahan was presented with the NCAFA Western Conference Championship Trophy.  Pee Wee players are aged 13-14.  Our club had never won this trophy before until 2010.  We have now won it for the past 3 seasons!!! Our Mosquito team, who won the league-wide B-Cup Chorney Championship for the second straight year last year, went on this year to be 8 and 0 in the regular season winning the O.C.M.F.A Western Conference Championship Trophy.  Mosquito players are 11-12. Our Bantam team went 7 and 1 this year (ages 15-16).  This is our best record at Bantam in the past 10 years ago.  Our Tyke team had a winning season as well (ages 8-10).
 
All four clubs compete this weekend in the A-CUP Quarter-Finals!
 
Here are some 2012 season Aggregate Warrior Club stats that we are extremely proud of:
#1 in league                       Points For                                                      1205

#1 in league                       Points Differential (points for vs. against)  +773

#4 in league                       Points Against                                               432

#1 in league                       Average Points For                                        38 (average 5 TD’s for)

Average Points per game against                                                            13.5 (<2 TD’s avg. points against)

#1 in league                       Wins                                                               26

#1 in league                       Fewest Losses                                               5

#1 in league                       Overall League Points                                  53 (out of a possible 64, 32 games)

Undefeated Season, Western Conference Champions                           Mosquito

3-Peat Western Conference Champions                                                 Pee Wee

Winning Seasons                                                                                      Tyke, Mosquito, Pee Wee, Bantam

Paul Stewart (President) presents Michael Polito (Mosquito Head Coach) with the 2012 NCAFA O.C.M.F.A Trophy  (Mosquito Western Conference Championship Trophy)

Paul Stewart (President) presents Michael Polito (Mosquito Head Coach) with the 2012 NCAFA O.C.M.F.A Trophy (Mosquito Western Conference Championship Trophy)

 

Paul Stewart (President) present Pee Wee Head Coach Tim Sheahan with the Pee Wee NCAFA Trophy for winning the 2012 Pee Wee Western Conference

Paul Stewart (President) present Pee Wee Head Coach Tim Sheahan with the Pee Wee NCAFA Trophy for winning the 2012 Pee Wee Western Conference

 

9
Aug

2012 Warrior Scholarship Winners Announced

In 1999, the Bell Warriors Football Club introduced a Post-Secondary Scholarship Program.  Every year since, the Warriors have given up to two $1,000 scholarships.  The three main selection criteria are Athletic experience, Academic achievement, and Community volunteerism.  This year’s two winners are two brothers from Stittsville:  Sam Sabourin and David Sabourin.  In all, the Warriors have given out $26,000 to ex-Warrior players in support of their scholastic goals and aspirations.  On and off the field, the Warriors stand by our players and believe in giving back to our community.

CONGRATULATIONS to our 2012 Bell Warriors Scholarship Winners:  Warrior alumni and brothers Sam Sabourin (currenlty with the Queen's Gaels) and Dave Sabourin (currently with the Acadia Axemen)

CONGRATULATIONS to our 2012 Bell Warriors Scholarship Winners: Warrior alumni and brothers Sam Sabourin (currenlty with the Queen’s Gaels) and Dave Sabourin (currently with the Acadia Axemen)