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Outlaws end regular season with a Win !
Jul 24, 2016, 4:51 pm

Saturday the Tri-City Outlaws finished the regular season on a strong note with an exciting 21 – 14 win over the hometown Steel City Patriots. The Outlaws were ahead 14 – 0 at the half but the Patriots stormed back with two touchdowns early in the third quarter. The Outlaws scored the only touchdown of the final quarter to secure the win.

Quarterback Dan Daigle completed 20 of 35 passes for 190 yards and three touchdowns. Jesse Hill caught 2 of the passes for touchdowns. Rookie Brian Lane scored the game winning touchdown on a 22 yard reception. Josh Reason ran for 110 yards and also caught 5 passes for 40 yards.

Former Laurier Golden Hawk Jesse Collins led the defense making 7 tackles. Defensive back Osman Sokolovic had a strong game making 4 tackles and breaking up several Patriot pass attempts.  Sophomore lineman Rodney St. Louis made a key play during the Patriots’ last minute drive by sacking their QB for a 15 yard loss. Deryl Kelly and Jake Egers each made 1 interception. Townson Ramsey made 2 QB sacks; Elliott Corsten-Pine and Shayden Smith made 1 QB sack each.

With the win the Outlaws evened their record at 4 – 4. The Outlaws have a bye week coming up and will play a quarter-final game August 6. Location and opponent are to be determined but with this win there is a very good chance the Outlaws will host.

 

 


Game 7 Win - 11 Seconds To Go!
Jul 17, 2016, 3:32 pm

Saturday the Tri-City Outlaws improved their record to 3 -4 with a thrilling 28 – 24 victory over the visiting Sudbury Spartans. The game was a see-saw affair with the lead changing hand several times and the winning touchdown scored with only 11 seconds left on the clock.

Quarterback Dan Daigle led the Outlaws offense completing 29 of 39 passes for 463 yards and two touchdowns. His favourite targets were Jesse Hill (10 catches, 226 yards, 2 touchdowns) and Ryan Watt-Dennis (12 catches, 158 yards). Josh Reason ran for 50 yards and scored one touchdown. Linebacker Kris Kusch changed sides and scored the winning touchdown on a one yard plunge.

Deryl Kelly led the defense making 6 tackles; Kris Kusch made 5 tackles. Jake Egers intercepted Sudbury quarterback Travis Campbell’s last second Hail Mary pass attempt.

The Outlaws finish the regular season on the road July 23 in Hamilton. All NFC teams will then have a week off. The Outlaws are well positioned to be at home for a ¼ final game August 6 but it is not yet guaranteed.


Game 6 Loss to Sarnia
Jul 3, 2016, 12:21 pm

Saturday the Tri-City Outlaws were defeated 42 – 23 by the visiting Sarnia Imperial; their record dropped to 2 - 4 while Sarnia improved to 4 - 1.

Quarterback Dan Daigle put up pretty good numbers in the losing cause completing 21 of 30 passes for 250 yards and 3 touchdowns. Rookie receiver Ryan Watt-Dennis was on the receiving end of 10 of Daigle’s throws for 140 yards; one of the catches was for a touchdown. Josh Reason ran for 70 yards and caught a touchdown pass. Jess Hill caught 6 passes for 80 yards.

Jake Egers and Dan Waring led the defense making 5 tackles each; Deryl Kelly made 4 tackles. Townson Ramsey sacked the Imperials’ QB Pat Wright 2 times for a total of 32 yards in losses. But it was not enough to stop QB Wright from teaming up with receiver Ryan Lounsbury on 6 passes for 110 yards and 3 TDs. Lounsbury had another 20 yard catch on a pass thrown by RB Julian Shadd-Gentry. Kevin MacMillan led the Sarnia defense with 6 tackles. Josh Wright and Randy Trice each made 1 interception for Sarnia.

The Outlaws have a bye week coming up; they are at home Saturday, July 16 7:00pm at Rodgers Field when they will host the Sudbury Spartans.


Game 5 Win in the Soo'!
Jun 26, 2016, 5:16 pm

Saturday the Tri-City Outlaws improved their record to 2 - 3 with an impressive 30 – 6 win over the hometown Sault Ste Marie Steelers.

Quarterback Dan Daigle put up great numbers completing 17 of 23 passes for just over 300 yards and 3 touchdowns. Rookie receiver Ryan Watt-Dennis was on the receiving end of 6 of Daigle’s throws for 160 yards; one of the catches was for a touchdown. Jesse Hill also had 6 catches, 1 for a touchdown. Josh Reason carried the ball 16 times for 80 yards including a 56 yard touchdown. The Outlaws offensive line is starting to make a statement; for the third straight game QB Daigle was not sacked by the opposition.

Devin McMullin and Rodney St Louis led the defense making 6 tackles each.  Kris Kusch made 4 tackles and Dan Waring made 4. The Outlaws had the Steelers’ QB on the run with Kris Kusch, Dan Waring, and Devin McMullin all registering sacks.

The Outlaws are home Saturday, July 2 7:00pm at Rodgers Field when they will host the division leading Sarnia Imperials.


Game 4 Loss
Jun 19, 2016, 12:41 pm

Saturday the Tri-City Outlaws record dropped to  1  -  3 following a hard fought  25 – 9 loss to the visiting Ottawa Invaders.  The Outlaws fell behind early and were down 14 – 0 at the end of the first quarter.

Strong offensive contributions by quarterback Dan Daigle (completed 14 passes out of 30 attempts for 180 yards) and rookie receiver Ryan Watt-Dennis (6 receptions for 85 yards) kept the Outlaws in the game but were not enough to secure a win.  The team had several strong drives but stalled in the red zone.  Rookie kicker Jose Patino finished off three of the drives with successful field goals.

Rookie linebacker Jesse Collins had a strong night making 5.5 tackles - he was named the Waterloo Region Crimestoppers Player of the Game.  Linebacker Krish Kusch turned in his usual strong performance with 5 tackles.  Jake Egers, Adam Reath, Shayden Smith, and Cody Quinney each made 4 tackles.  Ken Myers made one interception.

The Outlaws are on the road June 25 traveling to Sault Ste Marie; returning home July 2


Game 3 - Overtime Win!
Jun 12, 2016, 12:19 pm

Saturday the Tri-City Outlaws improved their record to 1 - 2 with a thrilling 14 -13 overtime victory over the visiting Sault Ste Marie Steelers. Both clubs scored on their overtime possessions; the Outlaws successful conversion was the margin of victory.

Quarterback Dan Daigle completed 19 passes out of 36 attempts for 230 yards and 1 TD. Rookie receiver Max Knight had 6 receptions for over 100 yards. Josh Reason ran for 90 yards including a 17 yard TD. Derek Mulder scored the overtime TD on a 15 yard catch in the end zone.

The Steelers ran the ball over 50 times so the Outlaws linebackers had a busy night; Kris Kusch made 14 tackles and Devin McMullin made 6. Deryl Kelly, Brian Adams, and Jake Egers each made 4 tackles.

The Outlaws are at home Saturday June 18, 7:00pm when they will host the Ottawa Invaders at Rogers Field Cambridge.

 


Game 2- Overtime Loss to Sudbury
Jun 5, 2016, 4:35 pm

The Tri-City Outlaws dropped to 0 - 2 following a 21 – 14 overtime loss to the hometown Sudbury Spartans. The Outlaws led the game twice but a late touchdown by the Spartans forced overtime. The Spartans scored on their first overtime possession while the Outlaws were not able to score on their possession.

Rookie quarterback Dan Daigle, a former Laurier Golden Hawk, had a busy and productive game completing 18 passes out of 35 attempts for 300 yards and 2 TDs. One of the completions was a 109 yard touchdown pass to rookie Ryan Watt-Dennis. Jess Hill made 10 catches for 130 yards.

Linebackers Kris Kusch and Devin McMullin had strong nights making 6.5 and 6 tackles respectively. Rookie Ken Myers has a busy night making 5 tackles, an interception and a fumble recovery.

The Outlaw home opener is Saturday June 11, 7:00pm when they will host the Sault Ste. Marie Steelers at Rogers Field Cambridge.


Game 1 - Tough Loss at Sarnia
Jun 2, 2016, 11:23 pm

The Tri-City Outlaws opened their 2016 season on the road with a loss to the hometown Sarnia Imperials. The Imperials started fast out of the gate and held a 28 – 9 lead at half-time. The Outlaws re-grouped at the half and made a game out of it eventually losing by a score of 35 – 30.

Rookie quarterback Dan Daigle, a former Laurier Golden Hawk, had a busy and productive first-ever NFC game completing 18 passes out of 42 attempts for 228 yards and 3 TDs. Sophomore running back Josh Reason scored two touchdowns; Ryan Watt-Dennis and Marc Fernandes scored one each. Jess Hill made four catches for 117 yards.

On the defensive side of the ball it was a big night for the Kusch family from Brantford – dad Kris made 6.5 tackles and son Shayden made 4.5. Deryl Kelly and Osman Sokolovic each made interception.

The Outlaws are on the road June 4 when they visit the Sudbury Spartans. Their first home game will be Saturday June 11, 7:00pm when they will host the Sault Ste. Marie Steelers at Rogers Field Cambridge.

 


We Go Outdoors Monday, May 2 - Huron Heights Secondary #2, Kitchener
Apr 24, 2016, 4:51 pm

We Go Outdoors Monday, May 2 - Huron Heights Secondary #2, Kitchener

7:00pm.....

1825 Strasburg Rd, Kitchener


2016 Indoor Workouts & April 10 Crimestoppers Combine
Feb 1, 2016, 12:53 pm

We will hold indoor workouts as follows:

March 12, 26

April 9, 23

Budd Park Kitchener,  6:00pm - 7:30pm

 

April 10 - Waterloo Region Crimestoppers holding third annual Putting Crime in the Penalty Box event - includes Football camp with anti-bullying lecture...details available here:

http://waterloocrimestoppers.com/news.php?nv=50&catid=8&id=163&search=

 

 


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