Huron Warriors huddle up with hand-picked football schedule for 2018 season:No soft touches as Newmarket school goes it alone on gridiron


    Assistant coach Heath Weir, who constructed the schedule, stated makes an attempt to incorporate participation in neighbouring public school board leagues couldn’t be labored out, partially because of scheduling points, but in addition as a result of among the conventional prime football faculties are not fielding packages.

    “We’d like to have a difficult and thrilling York Area schedule, however we don’t,” stated Weir. “The non-public faculties have been actually good to us.

    “CISAA layered us into their schedule. I feel they see the writing on the wall that football in southern Ontario is struggling and that in the event that they don’t assist out, the game goes to be in hassle.”

    The soft spot on the schedule comes on the time different faculties contest their playoffs in November.

    “We nonetheless have to work towards a extra affordable GTA league,” stated Rover. “I don’t suppose that is sustainable yr in and yr out. There’s plenty of vitality concerned in placing this collectively.”

    The schedule contains two video games towards Aurora’s St. Andrew’s Faculty.

    That matchup contains one in all simply two video games on the schedule that can be performed on Huron Heights’ residence discipline. The opposite is a Sept. 28 rematch towards St. Marcellinus.

    Huron and St. Andrew’s tangle in Aurora on Oct. 3

    Right here is the Warriors’ tentative schedule:

    Sept. 7 – Gained 38-Zero at St. Marcellinus.

    Sept. 15 – @ St. Michael’s Faculty, 2 p.m.

    Sept. 20 – vs. London Catholic Central, @ College of Waterloo

    Sept. 28 – vs. St. Marcellinus, 2:30 p.m.

    Oct. 3 – @ St. Andrew’s Faculty, Three p.m.

    Oct. 6 – @ St. Michael’s Faculty, TBA

    Oct. 13 – @ Ohio Catholic Central, Steubenville, Ohio

    Oct 17 – vs. St. Andrew’s Faculty, tentative, (at Huron Heights)

    TBA – at Higher Canada Faculty

    Nov. 17 – @ Baltimore Freedom Academy, Baltimore, Maryland

    Nov. 26 – OFSAA Bowl Recreation, Ottawa.



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