2004 – 2022: 193 Games (18 Seasons)

Overall Record: 169 – 22 – 2 (88% Win Percentage)

The Sr. Warriors are the WINNING-EST Football Program in Ontario over the past 18 years.

2021 Canadian National Champions (#1 Ranked team in Canada)

2019, 2021 Back-2-Back C.I.S.A.A. Champions (Ontario Private School Conference)

14 straight York Region (YRAA) Championship appearances (2004 – 2017)

9 York Region (YRAA) Championships (2005 – 2008, 2012 – 2013, 2015 – 2017)

11 OFSAA Bowl Appearances (2005, 2007, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2021, 2022)

6 OFSAA Bowl Championships (2012, 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, 2021)

OFSAA Bowl Record: 6-5

2005 Metro Bowl Finalists (L Durham’s Pickering, 24- 19)

2007 Metro Bowl Finalists (L CISAA Toronto’s St. Michael’s, 16-14)

2012 Metro Bowl Champions (W Toronto’s Don Bosco, 28-14)

2013 Ontario Bowl Champions (W London’s CCH, 29-9)

2015 Simcoe Bowl Champions (W Sault Ste. Marie’s Superior Hts, 46-6)

2016 Western Bowl Finalists (L Windsor’s W.F. Herman 13-6)

2017 Simcoe Bowl Champions (W Ottawa’s St. Matthew’s 40-6)

2018 Northern Bowl Finalists (L Windsor’s Holy Names 24-12)

2019 Western Bowl Champions (W London’s A.B. Lucas 41-19)

2021 Independent Bowl Champions (W Hamilton’s St. Thomas More 14-6)

2022 Western Bowl Finalists (L London’s Sir Wilfrid Laurier 13-12)

C.I.S.A.A. (Ontario Private School Conference) 2019, 2021: 12-0

St. Andrew’s College 5-0

Upper Canada College 4-0

Trinity College 2-0

St. Michael’s College 1-0

York Region Record 2004 – 2017: 105-9-2

King City 17-3

Richmond Hill 5-2

St. Brother Andre 13-1-2

Markham 12-1

Bill Crothers 11-1

Newmarket 10-0

Woodbridge 9-0

GW Williams 9-0

St. Joan of Arc 7-0

St. Maxmilian Kolbe 5-0

Alexander MacKenzie 4-0

Maple 2-0

Villanova College 1-0

Out Of Conference Record In-Season: 46-8

Notre Dame (Niagara) 1-0, 2022

Paul Dwyer (Durham) 1-0, 2022

Holy Trinity (Durham) 1-0, 2022

St. Matthew’s (Ottawa) 1-0, 2022

St. Roch (Peel Region) 1-0, 2022

Korah (Sault Ste. Marie) 1-0, 2022

St. Mary’s College (Sault Ste. Marie) 1-0, 2022

Bill Crothers (YRAA) 2-0, 2022 2x

West Toronto Prep (Toronto) 2-0, 2021

R.I.C.C. (St. Catherines) 1-1, 2021

Durham Dolphins (Pickering) 1-0, 2021

Iroquois Rudge (Halton) 1-0, 2021

St. Mary’s (Lancaster, NY) 2-0, 2019, 2022

Cardinal O’Hara (Tonawanda, NY) 1-0, 2019

St. Frances Academy “B Team” (Baltimore, Maryland) 1-0, 2019

St. Marcellinus (Peel Region) 2-0, 2018 2x

David Suzuki (Peel Region) 1-0, 2018

Maryland Freedom Academy (Baltimore, Maryland) 1-0, 2018

Upper Canada College (CISAA) 1-0, 2018

St. Andrew’s College (CISAA) 3-2, 2015, 2017, 2018 2x, 2022

St. Michael’s College (CISAA) 1-2, 2008, 2018 2x

Central Catholic (Steubenville, Ohio) 0-1. 2018

CCH (London) 0-1, 2018

Dr. Frank Hayden (Halton) 1-0, 2017

Downsview (Toronto) 1-0, 2016

St. Joan of Arc (Barrie) 1-0, 2015

Tillsonburg (London) 1-0, 2014

Donald A. Wilson (Durham) 2-0, 2012, 2014

Pickering (Durham) 1-1, 2006, 2014

Crestwood (Peterborough) 1-0, 2013

Chaminade College (Toronto) 2-0, 2013, 2022

Westdale (Hamilton) 2-0, 2009, 2012

Richview (Toronto) 2-0, 2005, 2011

Barrie North (Barrie) 1-0, 2010

Lakeshore Catholic (Niagara) 2-0, 2006, 2008

Bear Creek (Barrie) 1-0, 2007

Birchmount Park (Toronto) 1-0, 2007



By Sam Laskaris

Talk about a heartbreaking loss.

The Huron Heights Warriors senior football team was hoping to conclude an undefeated season on Tuesday.

But the Warriors were edged 13-12 by London’s Laurier Rams in the Western Bowl held at the University of Guelph’s Alumni Stadium.

The Rams scored a rouge (single point) to win the contest on the last play of the match, after punting the ball into the Warriors’ end zone. The Huron Heights squad would have forced overtime if it had managed to get the ball out of its own zone but its returner was tackled by the Rams inches shy of his desired destination.

The Western Bowl was one of nine season-ending OFSAA Bowl games that were staged in Guelph this week.

“No win or loss defines the program,” said Warriors’ coach Heath Weir. “We fought hard all year. They were the cardiac kids all year. And they lost by one point. That’s football. Somebody is going to win and somebody is going to lose. And we dropped it by a point.”

The Warriors ended up with an impressive 11-1 record during their 2022 campaign.

“It was an amazing season,” Weir said. “We ran the gamut – Number 1 all year long. They did everything they had to do. It came down to the bowl game and we lost by a point. I guess if you’re going to lose, that’s the way to do it – don’t lose by more than one point, and on the last play of the game.”

Weir acknowledged it was without doubt a crazy way to end the championship tilt.

“That isn’t something that you really prep for at the end of a bowl game that you’re going to have to kick it out,” he said. “And we told them if you can’t get it out, kick it out. And the young man who did it did a great effort to get it out of the end zone.

“We can second guess all day now. We should have done this and we should have done this. You know what? We put three guys in the end zone, went for the block, didn’t get the block and then you have to get it out of the end zone. The young guy unfortunately didn’t get it out over the goal line but he did his best.”

Warriors’ quarterback Ethan Schwarz expressed a sentiment that no doubt all of his teammates were feeling.

“That’s a tough way to lose a game, especially with the season we’ve had,” he said.

Schwarz was doing his best to remain upbeat afterwards.

“We had a good year,” he said. “We had a great year actually. It’s definitely a sad way to end it though.”