The Huronia Stallions Football Club recently named their 2019 award winners for their Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Bantam teams. The Varsity team had an 8-0 regular season record and two playoff wins, before a tough loss in the Ontario Football Conference Final. The Junior Varsity team returned to the playoffs with a 4-4 record and the Bantam squad struggled through a tough 1-7 season. Award winners are as follows:



Most Valuable Player                                         Jordan Travis

Best Offensive Player                                        Christian Maciag

“The Whaler” Award for Top Linemen         ManselHaoughton

Top Rookie                                                         Alex Gordon

Best Special Teams Player                              William McCulloch

Most Improved Player                                    Anton Van Yzendoorn

Pride Award Winner                                       Andy Shrubsole

Ryan Clarke Memorial Scholarship             Owen Macleod



Most Valuable Player                                      Payton Plesh

Best Defensive Player                                     Scott Laybolt

“The Whaler” Award for Top Linemen        Nolan Chalmers and Kyle Nesbitt

Top Rookie                                                        William Howard

Pride Award Winner                                       Marcus Tenney and Ethan McKillican

Best Special Teams Player                              Owen Clarke

Most Improved Player                                     Owen Van Casteren



Most Valuable Player                                      Sean Deasy

Best Offensive Player                                      Chris Cormier

“The Whaler” Award for Top Linemen        Jake Sheppard

Top Rookie                                                        Kash Grewal

Pride Award Winner                                       Blake Cruise

Most Improved Player                                    Mandela Campbell


The Stallions are currently accepting 2020 player online registrations at

The program has three age divisions for house league players ages 7-13 and rep programs for ages 12-18. No experience is necessary. Some of the best players the team has had have come from a background playing other sports and attend high schools without football programs.