New entry Panthers open with two wins from three games


ofcThe Ontario Football Conference kicked off its second season of the varsity division on the weekend (May 23-24).

Both OFC president Doug Dittmer and Varsity president Mike Ramsay were looking to the second season. “After last year’s spectacular final between the champion Burlington Stampeders and the Toronto Jr. Argonauts at Ivor Wynne Stadium, you can look to even more exciting games this year as the Sudbury Gladiators, Twin Cities Predators, York Simcoe Bucs and our newest entry, the Hamilton Wentworth Panthers, try to depose the Stampeders,” observed Dittmer.

“With the addition of the junior varsity and pee wee age levels, there will be many football triple headers that fans won’t want to miss.”

The league plays an exciting brand of three down Canadian Football to prepare athletes for Junior or CIS play. The league’s founding members are clubs with a long and successful track record of competitive play and sound administration.

Weekend results:

Saturday, May 23

Varsity
Toronto Jr Argonauts – 22, York Simcoe Bucs – 7

Junior Varsity
Toronto Jr Argonauts – 12, York Simcoe Bucs – 26

PeeWee
Toronto Jr Argonauts – 0, York Simcoe Bucs – 52

Sunday, May 24

Varsity
Sudbury Gladiators – 11, Burlington Stampeders – 19
Twin City Predators – 30, Hamilton Wentworth Panthers – 10

Junior Varsity
Twin City Predators – 3, Hamilton Wentworth Panthers – 10

PeeWee
Twin City Predators – 22, Hamilton Wentworth Panthers – 39



3 comments on “New entry Panthers open with two wins from three games

  1. Nobody from the game or OFC provided a breakdown, only the final scores. Maybe someone else can help? We’ll see what we can do to get more information from this weekend’s games at Aldershot.