Upcoming playoff games in the spring youth football league have seen some changes to locations and times. Most notably, games scheduled to be played at CCVS in Cornwall, have been moved to Joe St. Denis Field.
As well, start times for exhibition games at the Maxville Fair have been changed.
Here is the revised scheduled:
The Cornwall Wildcats OVFL football team dropped to 0-2 on the season, after suffering a 41-0 drubbing in their Saturday afternoon home opener. For game photos, please see our gallery here.
Next action has the boys slated to play June 10 on the road against the Myers Riders (Ottawa).
The OVFL Wildcats, coming of a 28-21 collapse last weekend on the road against the Metro Toronto Wildcats, will host the York Region Lions at Joe St. Denis Field in Cornwall, on Saturday, June 3. Opening kickoff is set for 1pm.
The 'Cats had a 21-7 lead at the end of the third quarter in Toronto, before a series of miscues led to their downfall.
The boys will be looking to rebound on their home field this weekend.
The count contingent on this year's roster is Rylan Duhart (#67, offensive lineman), Cameron Howes (#33, linebacker), Terry Dogbey (#21, defensive back), and Simon Korteweg (#20, wide receiver).
Bainsville's Alex Labonte is the Wildcats defensive coordinator, with fellow Glengarrians Dylan Hambleton and Costa Zarifi also part of the coaching ranks.
After a week-one bye, the Cornwall OVFL Wildcats are set to kick off their season on Sunday, May 28, on the road against the Metro Toronto Wildcats.
The home opener will be Saturday, June 3, versus the York Region Lions. That's a 1pm kickoff at Joe St. Denis Field, in Cornwall.
The OVFL has seen a number of changes for the 2017 season, including several teams jumping to a rival league. Among these departed squads are Kingston and Cumberland, which in past years have been rivals for the Wildcats.
There are now 11 teams in the league, with Cornwall and the Ottawa-based Myers Riders the lone entrants from Eastern Ontario.
As in seasons past, the OVFL Wildcats include some county representation. Amongst the coaching staff are Glengarrians Dylan Hambleton, Costa Zarifi, Alex Labonte, and Don Duhart. County players on the team include Rylan Duhart, Cameron Howes, Terry Dogbey, and Simon Korteweg.
The Cornwall tyke Wildcats are NCAFA runners-up, having fallen last weekend 21-15 against a tough Bengals team.
The 'Cats, which include county boys Travis Brisebois, Connor McDougall, and Trey Ladouceur, had a 15-14 lead, before giving up a late run and suffering the heart-breaking defeat.
Coach Kirby Camplin said, "Not the desired outcome in the NCAFA 'A' Cup championship game ... Proud of our team and my own kids for an amazing season. Two consecutive years in the championship game is an impressive feat for these guys."
Last weekend, the Cornwall Wildcats tyke football team scored a 21-13 win over the previously undefeated North Gloucester Giants. The 'Cats advance to the Nov. 6 championship, set to be played in Ottawa, at Millennium Field (Orleans), kicking off at 9am.
The team includes Glengarry boys Trey Ladouceur, Travis Brisbois, and Connor McDougall.
Cornwall's mosquitos bowed out in a heart-breaking 18-16 'B' semifinal loss to the North Gloucester Giants last weekend.
And the peewee squad, which was aiming for the 'C' final, fell in overtime 26-20 to the Rideau RedBlacks.