Stallions Get Swept in Cottage Cup Showdown Against Peterborough
The Huronia Stallions Varsity Football team lost 24-9 to their rivals from Peterborough to fall to 3-1 on the season.
Stallions Have Perfect Weekend; Gearing Up for Cottage Cup showdown in Peterborough This Weekend
The Huronia Stallions Varsity football team improved to 3-0 on the season with a 64-6 beat down of the Nipissing Wild.
Stallions Go 1-1 on Road Trip
The Huronia Stallions Varsity football team moved to 2-0 on the season with a hard fought 23-15 victory over the Sault Saint Marie Sabercats.
Stallions Sweep Opening Weekend
Varsity, Junior Varsity and Bantam teams all kicked off the season with wins.
Barrie's Danny Vandervoort drafted third overall by CFL's B.C. Lions
“I couldn't have ever thought that I would ever be the top receiver taken in the draft eight years ago,” Vandervoort said. “Playing (Huronia) Stallions (football) helped develop me.
Huronia Stallions 25th Season Preview and 2016 Award Winners Announced
The Stallions have become a Simcoe County community institution and now have several players in the system who are the children of alumni.
Stallions Celebrating 25th season
The Huronia Stallions Football organization is busy preparing for their 25th season. The program will hold a celebration this summer where former players, coaches, and their families will be encouraged to attend to mark the quarter century milestone.
Barrie Resident Tivon Cook’s Improbable Path to Football Greatness
Former Huronia Stallions and Bear Creek Kodiaks quarterback Tivon Cook will be playing in the Mitchell Bowl this Saturday at 4 pm ET, in Calgary, against the University of Calgary, for a chance to go to the Vanier Cup.
JV Stallions Lose OFC Final to Stampeders
The Huronia Stallions Junior Varsity team was defeated 51-7 in Hamilton by the Burlington Stampeders in the OFC Championship game.
Stallions Secure Nine Spots On Conference All-Star Team; Devin McGuirk Named Three Times and MVP
The Huronia Stallions Football club recently learned of the selection of eight of their players as Ontario Football Conference All-Stars.