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Sr Boys Football

​​​2019 Season


Schedule


                                                               Home                          Away        

9/20/2019                                           HC - 33                         ESS - 9

9/26/2019                                           HC - 21                         LSS - 11

10/03/2019                                        HC - 29                         BSS - 0

10/11/2019                                        RND - 10                      HC - 10

10/18/2019                                        FSS - 45                        HC -  1

10/25/2019                                        SHS - 17                       HC - 24

11/04/2019                                        HC - 18                         RND - 12     City Semi final

11/09/2019                                        FSS - 15                       HC - 19        City Championship ​​​

Two Football helmets and a trophy with medal attached.

      ​Team Roster

2019 Football Team

Team Roster


Braeden MacMicken 1 

Adam Kinney 33

Jaden Rooney 2

Ben Grimshaw 34

Adam Iliescu 8 

Jon Vecchio 46

Carter Howland 9 

Ryan Mallen 50

JP Onwuemeodo 10 

Rocki Dias 51

Ryan Watts 11 

Tommy Graham 54

Junhwi Kim 12

 Ed Hetke 55

Joe Hamilton 13 

Lucas Gaulton 58

Matt Sloboda 15 Quinn Hannah 60

Grady Gallagher 16

Kyvon Inman 61

Tyeson Hunt 17 Curtis 

Aikman 62

Charles Young 18 

James Skourtis 63

Riley Finucan 19 

Lukas Hunter 64

Jose Dava 20 

Matt Sager 65

Dustin Fellows 21 

Hunter Young 66

Ethan Valente 22

 Nick Bergeron 68

Brogan Steffen 23 

Sam Low 69

Jack Kenney 24 

Josh Venditti 75

Jordan Osborne 25 

Nic Baker 77

Talen Sherbert 27 

Zach Sinclair 80

Payton Gauthier 28

 Mckendry Birtch 81

Niko Carrillo 29 

Liam Silverson 88

Brennan Laplante Brady 30 

Paul Janiuk 94

Jacob Moran 99

Coaches's


Pat Corbin, 

Paul Kenney, 

Travis Vankoughnett, 

Ted Daniel, 

Trevor Weir,

Ed Jasvins, 

Jon Lafleur, 

Greg Speagle,

 John Esford, 

Tim Pendergast


Season Summary


The Sr. Boys football team was coming off of a big OFSAA victory last season, and was on a mission to have a repeat occurrence this year. The boys started the season off strong, swiftly running over opponents from Ernest-town, Bayridge, and last seasons rivals Lasalle. Friday night lights was next, the crusaders played a hard fought game against the Regi panthers in what ended in a low scoring tie, 10-10. After what was what the team hoped to be the 4-0 start they were aiming for, they played the Falcons of Frontenac. The game was an upset an the crusaders lost 45-1. Not the first time senior players on this team had seen adversities. They fought back and learned from previous mistakes and won their next game against Sydenham advancing them to the semi finals to play the Regi panthers. The Crusader faced another tough game ahead and they battle until the final buzzer to come out on top, beating Regi, 18-12. The Sr. boys team were faced with season rivals next in the city finals. The Falcons and Crusaders bash heads in what ended up being a defensive and offensive victory for the crusaders. Shutting down the falcons run and pass game. The Crusaders offense connected on key plays and moved the sticks to put the ball in the end zone and win a come back game. The crusaders became three time city champions and were off to the EOSSAA semi finals. Facing off against the Arnprior Rapids. The same team that shut them out from OFSSAA two years prior. On a snow covered field, in freezing temperatures the high powered run game of Arnpiror bent the Holy Cross defense, but never broke them. Holding them to only a field goal all game, the crusaders offence was able to put up seven points late and secure a win. Mo​​ving on to the EOSSAA finals the team faced a much weaker opponent from Cornwall and won easily. Finally the Crusaders were back at the OFSSAA championship game to face off against the Richview Saints. The Crusader started slow, going into the half behind on the score board. But the team fought back and ended on top for the second year in a row winning 20-18 in a nail biter of a game.



2018 Season

 

Schedule

                                                                   Home                          Away              

09/14/2018                                               LSS       22                    HC        15       L

09/26/2018                                               ESS      7                      HC        42        W

10/05/2018                                                HC        35                    RND     30       W

10/11/2018                                                HC       41                    KCVI     8          W

10/19/2018                                                HC       14                    FSS       8          W

10/25/2018                                                BSS      0                      HC        48        W

11/05/2018 (Kassaa Semi's)               HC       20                    SHS      17        W

11/10/2018 (Kassaa Finals)                LSS       10                    HC        17        W

11/15/2018 (Eossaa Semi's)               HC       13                    ADHS   10         W

11/21/2018 (Eossaa Finals)                HC        15                    GSS      14         W

11/26/2018 (Ofsaa)                               TASS    8                        HC        25         W

 

Football helmet


Team Roster

 2018 EOSSAA Champions

Jordan Walker

Jaden Rooney

Matt Sager

Nick Jenkins

Dawson Einarson

JP Onwuemeodo

Mitch Keuhl

Cam Menard

Cam Schwehr

Matt Sloboda

Jason Kim

Dustin Fellows

Carter Howland

Isaiah Samuels

Kristian Ceicelli

Russell Rogers

Reilly Finucan

Dom Montalbano

Colby Rogers

Shane Jenkins

Sam Bratus

Tom Fredriks

Braeden MacMicken

Reggie Gyimah

Parker Alderson

Tommy Pendergast

Griffin Chenier 

Adam Kinney

Ky Inman

Jordan Osborne

Hayden Machacynski

Christian Johnston

Jonathan Vecchio

Nick O'Brien

Emily Pacheco

Joey Cantarutti

Aidan MacDonell

Jacob Moran

Ed Hetke

Hunter Young

Nick Bergeron

Mike Gagnon

Andre Machado

Jared Nuttall 

James Skourtis

Matt Burgess

Sam Low

Xavier Arcand

Tanner Hawley

Rocki Dias

McKendry Bitrch

Nick Santucci

Liam Silverson

Chase Stevenson

Adam Iliescu

Jose Dava

 

Coach's

Patrick Corbin

Tim Pendergast

Ted Daniels

Travis Vankoughhnett

Ed Jasvins

Paul Kenny

John Esford

Greg Speagle

 

Holy Cross Senior Football 2018 EOSSAA Champions

Season Highlights

 

This past season the Sr. Boys Football team had their most successful season in the history of the program. The season started out with a though loss to the Lasalle Secondary School losing 22-15. Coming off of the loss the team was not going to let this reflect the rest of their season. In their second came the team came out with a chip on their shoulder beating Ernestown Secondary School 42-7. The third game of the Season was Friday night-lights, which was played at Richardson Stadium where Regiopolis Notre Dame and Holy Cross battled it out under the lights. Holy Cross came away with the win beating Regi 35-30. KCVI was the Crusaders next opponent in a blowout game the Crusaders beat KCVI 41-8. The Crusaders were on a roll and they had OFSAA on their mind after coming up short the following season. In a close game the Crusaders beat Frontenac 14-8 taking one step closer to the KASSAA championship. In their final game of the regular season the Crusaders dominated Bayridge Secondary School 48-0. The Crusaders had one of the toughest games of the year in the KASSAA Semi-Finals against Sydenham coming out with another win 20-17 moving on to the KASSAA finals for the second year in a row. Holy Cross and Lasalle faced off once again and the Crusaders were not going to lose again. With the first game of the year fresh in their memory Holy Cross took the win 17-10 and taking home the KASSAA championship for the second year in a row. Moving onto the EOSSAA semi-final the Crusaders took on Almonte in a close game taking the game 13-10. The Crusaders move onto EOSSAA where they had come up short the following season with that in mind the Crusaders played hard and beat Gananoque 15-14 making history as this was the first EOSSAA final win for the Crusaders and the first time they have went to an OFSAA bowl. In Ottawa on November 26th history was made once again when the Crusaders took home their first OFSAA bowl championship beating Thomas A. Stewart 25-8 in a huge win, making the Crusaders OFSAA champions for the first time in their programs history.

 

 Football players running on field


Past Seasons

 

2017 Season

 

2017 Football Team

Team Roster

 Parker Alderson

Antonio Almeida

Carter Bailey

Mckendry Birtch-Nott

Samuel Bratus

Joseph Cantarutti

Griffin Chenier

Matteo Circelli

Rocki Dias

Thomas Dias

Dawson Einerson

Mitchell Ewart

Tyson Fletcher

Drew Freake

Cole Gouviea

Tanner Hawley

Jarryd Herron

Christian Ibanez

Jacob Jefferies

Shane Jenkins

Mitchell Keuhl

Junhwi Kim

Adam Kinney

Sameul Low

Aiden MacDonnell

Hayden Machacynski

Andre Machado

Braeden MacMicken

Matthew McDonald

Cameron Menard

Domenico Montalbano

Jared Nuttall

Nicholas O'Brien

Emily Pacheco

Thomas Pendergast

Zachary Raymond

Braeden Rogers

Colby Rogers

Cole Rooks

Isaiah Samuels

Nicholas Santucci

Cameron Schwer

Liam Silverson

Matthew Sloboda

Laurenio Sousa

Jonathan Vecchio

 

Players snap the ball


Coach's

Tim Pendergast

Pat Corbin

Travis Vankoughnet

Ted Daniel

Mike Jefferies

Eddie Jasvins

John Esford

Greg Speagle

 

Season Highlights

 

The Holy Cross Football team got off to a very strong start to their KASSAA season, proving their dominance against Bayridge winning 34-0 on our own field.  After a buy week the team played in the annual Friday Night Lights.  At halftime they were losing, but Adam Kinney made a season changing pick six.  Key Players in the game; Jake Jefferies 4 sacks, 11 tackles, Matthew McDonald 7 catches 147 yards 1 Touchdown, Jarryd Herron scored his first career touchdown. Final Score: 27-23.  The next week the team played Frontenac, it was a defensive battle and they ended up winning 15-0.  The Football team continued the win streak in the next three games against Kingston Collegiate, Napanee and La Salle.  The team finished 6-0 which was good enough to finish 1st place in KASSAA, having to play Regi in the semi-finals.  In the semi finals Holy Cross got off to a hot start being up 21-0 at half.  After a hard fought battle the boys ending up holding on winning 21-14, this lead the team to the city championship against the reining champs, the La Salle Black Knights.  In the KASSAA finals it was a very strong start for the Crusaders, the score was 28-3 at halftime.  In the dressing room at halftime it was repeated how La Salle were the Comeback Kings and how the Crusaders can never give up.  The Cru held on and ended up winning the city championship 31-10 proving their dominance once again.  This lead the team to the EOSSAA semi-finals where they played Ganonoque, home of the Trojans.  The game was played in very sloppy conditions leaving both offenses unable to do anything.  The game was a defensive battle and the Crusaders won 21-14.  This meant that they were headed to the Eastern Ontario final, the first time the team has ever made it that far.  They play the Arnprior Rapids the #44 best team in Canada.  The game was a back and fourth battle and went down to the final drive.  From the five yard line they had three opportunities to get the ball in the end zone and unfortunately did not succeed.  The Crusaders lost in heart breaking fashion.  It was a very successful season for the Crusaders, 5 players are going on to the next level.  Four players to Queens; Jake Jefferies, Matthew McDonald, Tyson Fletcher and Laurenio Sousa.  One player to McMaster, Quarterback Drew Freake.  Great season Crusaders!   

 

2016 Season

 2016 Team

Team Roster

 Drew Freake

Jared Griffith

Cole Gouveia

Carter Bailey

Tony Almeida

Cameron Schwehr

Chandlor Card

Brandon Robbins

Matt McDonald

Hayden Eaton

Eric Rebelo

Noah Raposo

Dom Montalbano

Michael Thompson

Shane Jenkins

Ben Zarichny

Devin Leblanc

Tommy Pendergast

Griffin Chenier

Keith Furlan

Connor Quinton

Xavier Pacheco

Nino Damore

Hayden Machacynski

Nicholas Westman

Emily Pacheco

Jacob Jefferies

Jaiden Dias

Jamie Saunders

Mitch Karel

Randy Hummel

Andre Machado

Joey Cantarutti

Jared Nuttall

Jonathan Power

Laurenio Sousa

Avery Check

Tyson Fletcher

Eric Holden

Ryan Heer

Braeden Rogers

Shane Desrochers  

 

Players read to snap the ball.

Coach's

Pat Corbin

Paul Kenney

Travis Vankoughnett

Ted Daniel

Dustin Girard

Randy Zarichny

Mike Jefferies

Ed Jasvins

Greg Speagle

John Esford

Tim Pendergast

 

Season Highlights

The football team came to a strong start of this season winning their first three games against Ernestown, La Salle, and Regi. Holy Cross suffered their only loss of the regular season to Frontenac. This led to them being second place in the league and having to play a strong La Salle team in the semifinals. Despite the best efforts of the team they lost a close game. Highlights of the season include a defense who only allowed 20 points or more once, Michael Thompson's long TD run against Ernestown, finishing the season 5-1 with a +93-point differential, and talent surrounding both sides of the ball.

 

2015 Season

 

Team Roster

 

Brad Byron

Jared Griffith

Tyson Fletcher

Jaiden Dias

Jacob Jefferies

Ryan Heer

Luke Kelly

Chase Hawley

Brandon Robbins

Braeden Rogers

Hayden Eaton

Devin Leblanc

Phil Gagnon

Nick Westman

Connor Quinton

Nate Arsenault

Randy Hummel

Austin Running-McCarthy

Cameron Hebert

Franklin Parkes

Xavier Pachec0

Jordan Street-Vankoughnett

Jonah Johnson

Eric Rebelo

Eric Holden

Chanlor Card

Murray McLaren

Colin Walker

Grant Chenier

Ian McLatchie

Jamie Saunders

Tyler Johnson

Dawson Reid

Mitchell Karel

Jacob Peebles

Matthew McDonald

Drew Freake

Jordan Langille

Seth Ducette

Jordan Webster

Patrick Green

Alexander Du Bois

 

Coach's

Ed Jasuins

Mark Gagnon

Tim Pendergast

Travis Vankoughhnett

Rob Zarichny

Greg Speagle

 

Season Highlights

 

The Crusaders worked incredibly hard this season. Their passion for the sport was displayed In the way the athletes carried themselves with their endless perseverance and determination. "We had a hard fought season, and the team performed well overall. Unfortunately, we suffered from some mistakes, however I couldn't have asked for a better team with which to spend the season," said Drew Freake. "We celebrate our successes and learned from our losses," said Xavier Pacheco.

 

2014 Season

 2014 Team

Team Roster

 

Philippe Gagnon

Lucas Sheridan

Anthony O'Brien

Logan Joyce

Jeremy Pendergast

Ryan Heer

Nikolai Stakheiko

Gabriel McDonald

Jonah Johnson

Luke Kelly

Hayden Eaton

Brandon Robbins

Murray McLaren

Tyler Storrar

Owen Timmins

Michael Brownlee

Jordan Street-Vankoughnett

Conner Desousa

Gabriel Bach

Jake Lees

Grant Chenier

Dave Wallave

Phil MacLean

Jamie Saunders

Jordan Webster

Jordan Langille

Noah Whitmore

Ian McLatchie

Alex Du Bois

Mark Guuanzon

Frank Parkes

Justus Macucol

Jared Griffith

Devin Leblanc

Brody Blaskie

Colin Walker

Zachary Kish

Devon Christian

Matthew Peterson

Emmanuel Onwuemeodo

Mitch Karel

Cameron Hebert

 

Coach's

Tim Daniels

Dustin Girard

Ed Jasvins

Tim Pendergast

John Esford

Greg Speagle

Jeff Brady

Paul Kenny

Marc Gagnon

Derek McPhail

Patrick Corbin

Mark Pitts

 

Season Highlights

 

The Senior Football team began their season with high hopes and great expectations but as the season unfolded, tunrovers and injuries prevented their return to the KASSAA finals and their championship goal. Despite the teams disappointing finish, there were many moments throughout the season to celebrate including Justus Dupere's many interceptions, Jonah Johnson's blocked field goal, Ryan Heer's uncanny knack for catching anything thrown his way, the emergency of sir David Wallace athlete extraordinaire, and the regular season victory over Frontenac.