Niagara Spears and minor football report
Justin Succar had a pair of touchdown receptions to lead the Niagara Spears varsity football team to a 39-9 romp over the Mississauga Warriors.
Also contributing to the win for Niagara were: Josh Ferguson and Chase Bowden, rushing majors; David Hart, TD reception; Cole MacKinnon, five converts, safety on defence and two singles; and, Zack Lundy and Adam Fyfe, interceptions.
Niagara (3-1) plays Hamilton (2-1) on the road in its next game.
SPEARS 27 WARRIORS 14
Three majors by Jacob Succar powered the Niagara Tier 1 Junior Varsity Spears football team to a narrow 27-24 victory over the Mississauga Warriors.
Also contributing to the win were: Owen Tofano , TD reception from QB Devon Schiller-Cleveland; and, Chris Bianco, three converts.
Niagara (3-1) plays Hamilton (3-1) on the road in its next game.
SPEARS 32 OUTLAWS 14
Gabe DiSanto completed TD passes to Josh Boyle and Landon Ledger to power the Niagara Spears Tier 2 Junior Varsity football team to a 32-14 victory over the Orangeville Outlaws in an Ontario Provincial Football League game.
Tal Ibrahim scored two rushing majors for Niagara and DiSanto booted two converts.
The Spears (1-1) host the Toronto TNT Express (0-2) Friday at 8 p.m. at Kiwanis Field.
SPEARS 68 WAARIORS 0
Marshall McCray scored two majors and booted eight converts helping the Niagara Spears bantam football team thump the Mississauga Warriors 68-0.
Also contributing to the victory were: Jacob Tessier and Adrian D’Gyves with two touchdowns; and,
Roshawn Maynard, Mikhail Sidun, Cartell Edwards and Ian Maskaluk with single majors.
Niagara (3-1) plays Hamilton (1-3) on the road in its next game.
NIAGARA REGIONAL FOOTBALL
Following are Niagara Regional minor football results:
ELITE JUNIOR VARSITY
Niagara Tiger-Cats 42 Niagara Gamblers 19
Niagara Tiger-Cats: Nick Tilk, two TDs; Elijah Lovegrove, TD; Aiden McKinney, three TDs and two-point convert; Justin Dawe, two two-point converts.
Niagara Gamblers: Chris Long, Ben Stewart and Jack Foretold, TDs; Ayden, convert.
Longhorns 39 Seahawks 37.
Fort Erie Longhorns: Cameron Macrae, TD;
Calem Smith, three TDs plus two-point convert; Jordan Pane, two TDs and single.
St Catharines Seahawks: Shari Williams, three TDs and convert; Alex Caizza, three two-point converts; Josh Savoie, two TDs.
Lions 20 Steelers 0
Niagara Falls Lions: Lucas Panucci, two TDs and two-point convert; Marco Angelini, TD.
West Niagara Steelers: No scoring.
Tiger-Cats 36 Argos 6
Welland Tiger-Cats: Nick Jokic, Matthew Gichard, Marcus Tsanoff and Everette Hemauer. TDs; Brandon Krutz, interception returned for TD; Sean Perry, three two-point converts; Arik Rae and Ben Tsanoff, interceptions; Nolan Mellen, stripped ball; Keegan Herries, forced fumble; Darron Spillman and Thomas Alexander, outstanding defensive players; Brayden Dunits and Joey Gabriele, outstanding offfensive players.
Niagara Falls Argos: Julian Mangiacasole, TD.
Longhorns 20 Seahawks 13
Fort Erie Longhorns: Grant Spada, two TDs; Colin Larch, TD and convert.
St. Catharines Seahawks: Liam McAvoy and Wyatt Brown, TDs; Cameron Newbold, convert.
Longhorns 56 Seahawks 44
Fort ErieLonghorns: Kody Macrae, TD and three two-point converts; Jackson Louis, TD; Kaiden Craft, three TDs; Steven Phillips, three TDs and convert.
St Catharines Seahawks: Quin Johnson, three TDs and two two-point converts; Deidre Forde, two TDs and two-point convert; Kian Finn, TD; Jack Wilson, two-point convert.
Tiger-Cats 36 Argos 12
Welland Tiger-Cats:Brian Mauves, three TDs; Nick Longo, two two-point converts; Dashawn Johnson, two TDs; Colton Kizlyk, convert.
Niagara Falls Argos: Arden Martinez, two TDs.