HURRICANES TOUCH DOWN IN OTTAWA
Leave with Their Fourth Straight Win
Hamilton, Ontario -- The Hamilton Hurricanes extended their unbeaten streak to four games to open the 2011 Junior Football season. The Hurricanes went into Ottawa over this past weekend, in what was the 2010 OFC Championship game rematch between the Canes and the Sooners, and walked away with a 27-10 victory. The win is the fourth in a row for the Hamilton club and maintains their spot at the top of the standings board as the only undefeated team in the Ontario Football Conference. The Hamilton Hurricanes have been able to go unbeaten in the first half of the season because of great play calling by the coaching staff and even better execution on the field by every player on the team. Each win has been a complete team effort on both sides of the ball with fantastic plays on special teams to get the offense into great field position to start drives. The next test for the Hurricanes will come this week when they open the second half of the season at home against the 3-1 St. Leonard Cougars. This match-up is always a good one every year. The Hurricanes are encouraging their fans to come out to Ivor Wynne Stadium and make it as loud as possible and cheer on their hometown squad. Kick off is Saturday, September 24, 2011 at 4pm at Ivor Wynne Stadium.
About the Hamilton Hurricanes:
The Hamilton Hurricanes are a member of the Ontario Football Conference (OFC) in the Canadian Junior Football League (CJFL) and are 2010 OFC Champions. For more information log onto http://www.the-canes.com