Wolverines Enjoy Home Openers
In the Bantam game the Wolverines started strong and lead 35-8 at the half and the Jr. Argos played better in the second half closing the gap to the final 49-30 victory for the Wolverines. Scoring for the Wolverines were Carson Harvey with 5 touchdowns, Jamie Hubble with 2 touchdowns and Hayden Mcllmoyle converted on 4 convert kicks and added a single.
In the Jr. Varsity game the Wolverines started strong as well and were able to build a convincing 48-0 lead at the half. The Toronto Jr. Argos made a game of it in the second half out scoring the Wolverines 7-3, however, the Wolverines were able to hold onto the 51-7 victory. Scoring for the Wolverines were Mack McFarlane with 3 touchdowns, Kyle Milburn with 2 touchdowns and single touchdowns by Max Levasseur and John green. Spencer Vesnaver was successful on 6 convert kicks and added a 20 yard field goal.
In the nightcap, the Wolverines Sr. Varsity squad recorded their second straight victory with a convincing 60-6 win over the Nipissing Wild. The Wolverines were impressive displaying their outstanding passing attack lead by quarterback Ryan Astrom who was successful in completing 5 touchdown passes. They also were able to add a balanced running game as they recorded their 60-6 win. Scoring for the Wolverines were Nick Clarkin with 4 touchdowns, Keegan Crough with 2 and single touchdowns by Matthew Funk and Blake Dalgarno . Tyson Jeffery was successful on 7 convert kicks and added a 37 yard field goal and a single point off a missed field goal attempt. Hayden Bruce recorded a single point on a kick into the enzone.
All three Wolverines teams will be on the road this Saturday and they will be facing very strong opponents. The Bantams travel to Georgetown to face the North Halton Crimson Tide in a 3 pm contest. Both the Jr. Varsity and Sr. Varsity teams will be in Sudbury to battle the Gladiators with the Jr. Varsity game at 1 pm followed by the Sr. Varsity contest at 4 pm. This will certainly be a challenging test for all three teams as they continue to work hard towards capturing their respective division championships.