Fratmen Blow Away Hurricanes


Llevi Noel hauls in his first of four TD receptions against Hamilton. The majors tied him for the league lead in touchdowns with 8.
Photo by Ian Shalapata.

Header-image-Shalapata-2By Ian Shalapata

(WINDSOR, ON) – With three games remaining in the season, the AKO Fratmen have solidified their place at the top of the standings with a lop-sided 68-7 victory over the Hamilton Hurricanes at EJ Lajeunesse Field, last Saturday. The win give Windsor a 2-point margin over second place Ottawa in the Ontario Football Conference.

In the early going both teams were content to bash it out on the ground with Hamilton enjoying a slight edge despite not being able to put points on the board. The Canes ground out the ball for 81 1st half yards while Windsor only logged 62. However, by game’s end, the Fratmen had 149 yards rushing compared to Hamilton’s 140.

Where Windsor led the way was in the air.


QB Austin Lumley held off the Hamilton defense on the way to a 68-7 victory for the Fratmen. The Windsor squad now sits atop the OFC standings with a perfect 5-0 record.
Photo by Ian Shalapata.

QB Austin Lumley completed 11 of 20 passes for 196 yards and 5 touchdowns. His favourite target was Llevi Noel who hauled in 5 receptions for 146 yards and 4 touchdowns. Noel now share the league lead in TD’s with 8.

Armand Botkich, Nathan Leader also caught passes for touchdowns while Cody McCann and Botkich crossed the line rushing for 1 each.

The season continues for Windsor on the road this weekend in London to face the Beefeaters (4-2) before returning to Windsor on October 10 when the match up against the GTA Grizzles (1-4).


About the Author

Ian Shalapata
Ian writes for and provides imagery to Square Media Group as well as accepting freelance photographic assignments. In addition, he has contributed to media organizations, sporting groups, and individuals across North America including the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, Chatham-Kent Sports Network, the Golf Association of Michigan, League 1 Ontario, as well as numerous colleges and universities in Canada and the United States. Email Ian Shalapata