Windsor AKO Fratmen

Windsor AKO Fratmen

CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM RECOGNITION AWARD

CANADIAN JUNIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS

“The Regina Leader-Post Trophy”

(The Little Grey Cup)

1952 WINDSOR AKO FRATMEN

Team Members:

Tony Andrejicka, George Baker, Don Ballantine, Renaldo Barbaro, Charlie Chase, Jim Cowan, Dick Davis, Bobby Dawson, Walter Doster, Lorne Dunkley, Dan Fabok, Joe Filbey, Jack Forrest, Gerald Gemus, Chuck Kett, Ted Lucas, Jim Marshall, Hugh Mayne, Neil Merritt Val Motruk, Eddie Mularchyk, Pete Murphy, John Panontin, Lou Panontin, Joel Phelps, Mike Robert, Joe Stecki, Deno Tesolin, Serge Tesolin, Chuck Vernes

Coach: Al Newman Managers: Jack Smith, Bob Norwood Trainer: Frank Mousseau

Dawson, Panontin, Tesolin, Barbaro

Jr. ORFU Regular Season Standings
W
L
Windsor AKO Fratmen
6
0
Kitchener-Waterloo Panthers
4
2
Sarnia Knights of Columbus
2
4
Stratford Rams
0

6

LEAGUE PLAYOFFS
AKO
50
Dawson (4), Tesolin, Panontin, Lucas, Filbey
Kitchener-Waterloo
1
ONTARIO FINALS

in Windsor
AKO
22
Toronto Parkdale Lions

16

EASTERN CANADIAN FINALS

in Montreal, Quebec
AKO
22
Dawson (2), Barbaro, Fabok
Montreal Lakeshore Flyers

6

CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP

in Windsor, Ontario
Windsor AKO
15
Dawson, Lucas
Edmonton Wildcats
12
( Edmonton led 12-7 after 3 quarters )

AKO Fratmen Junior Football Champs

CANADIAN JUNIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS
“Regina Leader-Post Trophy”
( The Little Grey Cup )
1954

WINDSOR AKO FRATMEN

Team Members: Paul Almond, Roy Bielich, Ed Brecka, Don Brown, Bill Chudyk,
Russ Clinansmith, Luke Daneliuk, John Finch, Bob Fletcher, Jack Forrest,
Bob Irving, Zoltan Kovacs, Marv Larsen, Gene Lysay, Chuck Malott,
Angus Morrison, Eddie Mularchyk, Pete Murphy, Lou Panontin, Fred Power,
Zoltan Puskas, Fred Pylypchuk, Glen Rigney, Jack Sexton, George Ternovan,
Roman Ursu, Jim Veitch, Murray Walker, Paul Woodman, George Wortley,
Stan Young

Coach: Al Newman Manager: Jack Rockett
Trainer: Frank Mousseau

Jr. ORFU Regular Season Standings

W L
Windsor AKO Fratmen 7 1
Sarnia Knights of Columbus 3 5
Kitchener-Waterloo Panthers 2 6

LEAGUE PLAYOFFS

2-Game Total Points

AKO Touchdowns
AKO 20 Panontin, Fletcher, Murphy
Sarnia Knights of Columbus 0
Sarnia Knights of Columbus 15
AKO 12 Larsen, Morrison

ONTARIO FINALS
in Windsor

AKO 38 Mularchyk (2), Morrison, Brown, Fletcher
Toronto Balmy Beach Marines 0

EASTERN CANADIAN FINALS
in Windsor, Ontario

AKO 42

Mularchyk (3), Fletcher, Murphy, Forrest, Clinansmith

Verdun Shamcats 1

CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP
in Windsor, Ontario

Windsor AKO 13 A. Morrison, B. Fletcher
Winnipeg Rods 9

( Winnipeg led 9 – 7 in 4th quarter )

AKO Fratmen Junior Football Champs 1999

CANADIAN JUNIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS
“The Canadian Bowl”

1999
WINDSOR AKO FRATMEN

Team Members: Shawn Amlin, Adam Appleyard, Maha Atogwe, Jeff Baril, Jason Boismier,
Steve Bridgman, Paul Bunda, Craig Carter, John Comiskey, Ron Cunningham,
Drag Cvetkovski, Mark D’Aloisio, Paul Flores, Chris Gray, Dan Gray,
Anthony Harris,
Rhone Jacobs, Dan Janick, Jeremy Marchand, Lance Matthews, Steve McMahon,
Jon Miles, Todd Parent, Ron Philpot, Andre Pitts, Ian Reeves, Jamie Rothera,
Shane Sastaunik, Steve Simich, Tony Smith, Terrance Spina, Ty Stacyzyn,
Alex Stajic, Mike Stojic, Ryan Strong, Steve Toupin, Steve Vivier
Head Coach – John Bloomfield Defensive Backs – Stacy Norton
Offensive Coordinator – Rob Bloomfield Running Backs – Tom Adams
Defensive Coordinator – John Zucchet Trainer – Buster Mitchell
Defensive Line – Dan Hogan Managers – Dave Oksanen, Al Scantlebury
Offensive Line – Badi Qawwas Al Scantlebury
Offensive Line – James Rice Doug Connor
Special Teams – John Quesne Josh Zucchet
Receivers – Mike Lachance Chris Glover
General Manager – Doug Buckner

ONTARIO FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Regular Season Standings

W L
Windsor AKO Fratmen 8 0
Burlington Braves 4 4
Montreal St. Leonard Cougars 4 4
Hamilton Steelcity Ironmen 0 8

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP

AKO Touchdowns
Windsor AKO 63 Amlin (2), Carter (2), Spina, Matthews, Jacobs, Harris, Reeves
Burlington Braves 0

CANADIAN BOWL CHAMPIONSHIP
in Windsor, Ontario

Windsor AKO 32 Marchand (2), Carter, Spina: Field Goal- Stojic
Okanagan Sun 29

Offensive M.V.P. – Dan Gray
Defensive M.V.P. – Lance Matthews