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Huronia Stallions quarterback Daniel Hawthorne looks downfield to make a pass against the Peterborough junior varsity Wolverines during Ontario Football Conference Ramsay Division final last Saturday at Thomas A. Stewart Athletic Field in Peterborough. CLIFFORD SKARSTEDT/POSTMEDIA NETWORK

Junior varsity Stallions routed

The Huronia Stallions junior varsity team fell to the unbeaten Peterborough Wolverines, 49-7, in the Ontario Football Conference’s Northern Conference title game.

Zach Willems of the Huronia Stallions varsity football team makes a tackle on Sault Sabrecats quarterback Ryan Yost as he barely gets off a pass during their quarter-final playoff game last Sunday at the Barrie Community Sports Complex in Midhurst. The Stallions dropped a 14-10 decision. KEVIN LAMB/PHOTO

Varsity Stallions ousted in quarters

The Huronia Stallions varsity football team lost a sloppy Ontario Football Conference quarter-final playoff game at home to the Sault Ste. Marie Sabrecats, 14-10, last Sunday.

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady gestures during a promotional event in Tokyo on June 22, 2017. (Eugene Hoshiko/AP Photo)

Brady is N.Y. Jets owner?

Tom Brady has had a lot of success over the years against the New York Jets, but he doesn’t technically own the AFC rival, despite a Google search glitch that listed him as the Jets owner.

IAN MCINROY/Postmedia Network Huronia Stallions bantam defensive back Tyler Tulino pulls off an interception against the Toronto Jr. Argos on Sunday during Ontario Football Conference action at the Barrie Community Sports Complex in Midhurst. The Stallions went on to win 15-6.

JV, bantam Stallions advance in playoffs

The Huronia Stallions varsity football team is rested off a first-round playoff bye and will play the Sault St. Marie Sabrecats on Sunday at 5 p.m. at the Barrie Community Sports Complex in Midhurst.

Huronia Stallions bantam receiver William Howard runs the ball upfield against the Toronto Argos on Sunday during Ontario Football Conference action at the Barrie Community Sports Complex. The Stallions went on to win 15-6, ending a four-game losing streak, and are playoff bound, facing the Vaughan Rebels at York University next week. IAN MCINROY/BARRIE EXAMINER/POSTMEDIA

Bantam Stallions playoff bound

Huronia Stallions bantam receiver William Howard runs the ball upfield against the Toronto Argos on Sunday during Ontario Football Conference action at the Barrie Community Sports Complex.

Karen Kuldys sits in the backyard of her Windsor Park home in Winnipeg. Kuldys almost won a million dollars in the Safeway/Sobeys $1,000,000 Touchdown to Win contest when an official threw a flag on Toronto Argonauts' Martese Jackson's 109-yard kickoff return during Thursday's night CFL game between the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and the Argonauts at Investors Group Field in Winnipeg. GLEN DAWKINS/Winnipeg Sun/Postmedia Network

CFL left with $1M headache

A well-intentioned promotion has turned into a public relations disaster for the Canadian Football League while dramatically highlighting the effect poor officiating can have on the game.

Members of the Huronia Stallions varsity football team are shown with alumni and lifetime achievement award winners. SUBMITTED

Doubleheader victory

The Huronia Stallions varsity football team improved to 5-1 on the season with a 29-14 victory over their rivals from Sudbury.

Randy Ambrosie waits behind curtains to be introduced to the media for a press conference announcing he's been hired as the new CFL Commissioner in Toronto on July 5, 2017. 9Craig Robertson/Toronto Sun/Postmedia Network)

Ambrosie faces tough challenges

Randy Ambrosie was telling a story about becoming commissioner of the CFL when it looked, from a position a few feet away, like he was starting to tear up a bit.

Stallions rebound

The Huronia Stallions varsity football team rebounded from a tough loss to Peterborough last week with a hard-fought 24-21 victory over the previously unbeaten North Halton Crimson Tide.

Redblacks quarterback Trevor Harris (7) throws the ball against the Stampeders during first quarter CFL action in Ottawa on Friday, June 23, 2017. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Justin Tang)

Redblacks, Stamps tie one on

In a Grey Cup rematch Friday night at TD Place, the biggest noise of the night - boos, along with chants of “Ref, you suck” and ‘bulls---” - was directed at the officials.

Stallions go 1-1 up north

The Huronia Stallions varsity football team moved to 2-0 on the season with a hard-fought 23-15 victory over the Sault Ste. Marie Sabercats last weekend.

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