Outlaws Junior Varsity undefeated in regular season

July 16, 2014   ·   0 Comments

Spectacular final game gives O-ville top seed


The Orangeville Outlaws Junior Varsity team have ended the regular season as the number one team in the Ontario Minor Football League JV division.

The squad went undefeated in the regular season winning eight games to finish in first place.

When you look at the stats, this is one incredible team. They have scored 400 points during the season while allowing only 40 points against.

In four games they sent their opponents home without scoring a single point against the O-ville squad. In three other games they allowed only a single TD for the four quarters.

Their final regular season game on Sunday, July 13, had the squad hosting the TNT Express at Orangeville District Secondary School.

When it was over, the Outlaws left with a 46-0 win and an unblemished season.

Head coach Alex Boer and his assistants have worked hard to keep this team working as a well oiled unit.

Put that coaching expertise together with a team of dedicated and experienced players and you’ve got a squad that has a lot of instinct when it comes to predicting what the other team is going to do.

The team has a lot of speed and superior blocking on offence.

On defence they can read the other team and slam the door shut on running plays and seem to have extra special skills when it comes to putting the stop on the throwing game.

The season is far from over. In fact the real hard work is about to begin when the playoffs get underway and every team will be putting out their best effort to advance.

The Cambridge Lions are a formidable team who finished in second place with 7-1 record. They are followed by the Twin Cities Predators who played to a 5-3 record for the season, and the TNT Express who are in the middle with a .500 record.

The Outlaws have a very real shot at winning the Ontario Minor Football League championship this year, but it will only take a single point to end what has already been a fantastic season.

We’re betting the Outlaws JV squad has the talent and tenacity to bring home the championship cup for 2014.

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