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May 10, 2013

Corey WatmanFirst-round CFL pick Watman late to football

At Huron Heights Secondary School, they still speak Corey Watman’s name with reverence. The Holland Landing resident is the player Warriors football coaches love to cite as an example of what good, old-fashioned hard work and determination can achieve.

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Dec 30, 2012

kaleb scottHuron Heights dominates YRAA football all-star team

When the going gets heated, a cool head in the huddle is an advantage.
For the Huron Heights Warriors, there is no need to look beyond quarterback Kaleb Scott.

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Dec 3, 2012

387686_222815704454536_902662068_n.jpgWarriors Rank 5th Football Program in the Country

Congratulations to the number 5th ranked high school football program in the country! Way to go Warriors!

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Nov 29, 2012

HH-champion-700x348Cuddy Shark: These Warriors are cream of crop

The Huron Heights Warriors have at last ascended to the ranks of Metro Bowl champions. Damn, they’re even getting the champions’ parade treatment. It’s a good week to be a Huron Heights Warrior, to be sure, although it’s not certain if the Town of Newmarket will permit a revisit to the time-honoured tradition of a ride on fire trucks through the streets.

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November 28, 2012

cheerHuron Heights Warriors defeat Don Bosco Eagles in Metro Bowl

The Huron Heights Warriors beat the Don Bosco Eagles in 28-14 in the Metro Bowl at Rogers Centre on Tuesday night. Despite the defeat mayor Rob Ford was proud of his football team.

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Nov 28 2012

vt_ford_at_metrobowl0010Rob Ford’s Don Bosco football team loses Metro Bowl to Huron Heights

For Rob Ford and the Don Bosco Eagles, it was a shambles from the start.They gave up three turnovers in the first quarter of the Metro Bowl; all of them resulting in touchdowns by the powerhouse offence of Newmarket’s Huron Heights Warriors.

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Nov 28, 2012

53f1cd85499094acef92521e2112_ContentUPDATE: Warriors capture first Metro Bowl title

The Don Bosco Eagles couldn’t hold on to the ball. The Huron Heights Warriors made them pay for their butter-fingered ways. Big time.
The Newmarket school made the most of sloppy Eagles’ ball handling, including five first-half turnovers, to cart off its first Metro Bowl title with a 28-14 victory in the 31st Metro Bowl Tuesday night at the Rogers Centre in Toronto.

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