Huronia Stallions Varsity Defeat North Bay Wild - Ontario Football Conference

The Huronia Stallions Varsity football team overcame tremendous adversity to defeat the North Bay Wild in Ontario Football Conference Action.  The Stallions defeated the Wild with a come from behind 22-15 victory despite having both quarterbacks injured for the rest of the season and losing three offensive and Defensive Line starters during the game to injury.  Junior Varsity Quarterback Adam Zussino stepped up to guide the offence and the score the game winning touchdown in the fourth quarter.  The key play in the game took place with four minutes left on the clock.  The Stallions trailed 15-14 at this juncture when Long Snapper Justin Gleben recovered a fumbled punt at the 2 yard line.  Gleben has been the starting Fullback all season but had to move to the Offensive Line midway through the game because of injuries.  Defensive Halfback Dillon Farrington played an incredible game to steady a beaten up defence with two huge plays in the dying minute to seal the victory.  The Stallions finished the season in second place in the OFC’s Northern division with a 4-3-1 record.  They will host the Clarington Knights Saturday at 5PM at the Barrie Sports Complex in the first round of the playoffs.

The Huronia Stalloins Junior Varsity football team defeated the Hamilton-Wentworth Panthers 48-21 to clinch first place in the OFC’s Northern division.  Adam Zussino completed two touchdown passes to Jesse Alvez to lead the scoring.  Sam Nieuwhof rushed for two touchdowns and Jaden Kelly and John Shields also scored on the ground.  The Stallions finished the season 6-2 and will host the Sudbury Gladiators this Sunday at 2PM at the Barrie Sports Complex to open the playoffs.

The Huronia Stallions Bantam football team lost a close contest to the Chatham Cougars 29-27. Tailback Matt Howe led the offense with three rushing touchdowns and over 100 yards on the ground.  Fullback William Pullen rushed for the other Stallion score.  Defensively the Stallions were once again led by strong defensive line and linebacker play.  The defence shut down the ground game but could not contain the Cougar aerial assault.  All four Chatham touchdowns came through the air.  The Stallions finished the regular season with a 4-4 record and travel to Oakville for the first round of the playoffs.