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Outlaws secure home field advantage for quarter-finals!
Jul 20, 2014, 1:52 pm

The Tri-City Outlaws won a key victory Saturday night with a 20 – 14 victory over the hometown Sudbury Spartans; this win ensures that the Outlaws will be at home for their quarter final game August 2.

The Outlaws offensive line performed well opening the door for running backs Kyle Cherry and Townson Ramsey who ran for 73 and 96 yards respectively; Ramsey scored on a 10 yard run. Quarterback Greg Solcum ran for 61 yards on only 4 carries; Aaron Bertolo also scored on a 15 yard run.

Defensively Jake Myers, Kris Kusch and Mike Boyd led the way; Myers had 6 tackles, 1 QB sack, and returned an interception 50 yards for a touchdown; Kusch made 5 tackles; Boyd had 3.5 tackles and 2 interceptions. Former Ottawa Gee-Gee and Cambridge Minor grad Ron Ackie had 1 interception.

The Outlaws return home on Saturday July 26 when they will host the defending NFC champion Montreal Transit; 7:00pm kickoff at Rogers Field, Cambridge.

 


Outlaws defeat Longhorns
Jul 13, 2014, 2:14 pm

The Tri-City Outlaws defeated the visiting Oakville Longhorns Saturday at University of Guelph stadium by a score of 35 – 0; this evens the Outlaws record at 3 wins and 3 losses.

Four Outlaws scored rushing touchdowns: Kyle Cole, Jermaine DeCosta, Greg Slocum and Cambridge Minor and York University grad Kyle Cherry. WCI grad Ryan Yantz also scored a touchdown on a 48 yard fumble return. Decosta ran for 85 yards on only 4 carries and Cherry ran for 68 yards on only 5 carries.

Inside linebacker Kris Kusch led the defense with 6 tackles including 3 for losses. Devento Kerr made 3 tackles including 2 for losses. Jason Adamoko also had 3 tackles.

The Outlaws visit the Sudbury Spartans July 19 and return home on Saturday July 26 when they will host the defending NFC champions the Montreal Transit; 7:00pm kickoff at Rogers Field, Cambridge.


JULY 12 Parking at University of Guelph
Jul 12, 2014, 3:54 pm

Parking is available for free on weekends in any lot (inside the stadium is not allowed), ideal lots are P49 directly across the front of the stadium and P19 on the north side of College Ave.


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