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Denis Kelly led W.J. Mouat to three provincial championships in nearly three decades at the school.— Image Credit: Justin Beddall

Mouat coaching legend to return to university football

by Justin Beddall – Abbotsford News May 20, 2015 at 3:03 PM The legendary coach who started W.J. Mouat’s football
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Mouat running back Jacob Dodd was upended on this play, but he shook loose for 169 rushing yards and five touchdowns.— Image Credit: John Morrow

Dodd, Hawks rush past T-Wolves in high school football opener

By Dan Kinvig, Abby News, Sept 8, 2014 After 28 years on the job, there’s not much at this point
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Maaleek Irons is named as a Subway "Head of the Class of 2014" by the Province. PNG photo

Maleek Irons is “Head of the Class”

MALEEK IRONS FOOTBALL SCHOOL: W.J. Mouat (Abbotsford) FRESHMAN’S FUTURE: Ohio by Howard Tsunamura, The Province  Subway “Head of the Class
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WJ Mouat defensive end Sheriden Lawley (50), pictured during his Grade 11 season on 2011, will join the NCAA 1 UConn Huskies next season. (PNG photo)

Lawley’s journey from Abby to N.J. prep school yields NCAA D-1 career with UConn Huskies

Sheriden Lawley is more than happy to trust his gut these days. Last spring, when the outstanding two-way lineman at
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It's just a brief timeout for Mouat running back Maleek Irons before he embarks on a career at NCAA Ohio University next season. (Nick Procaylo, PNG photo)

Irons the man for Bobcats, Mouat superstar RB re-writes record book en route to Ohio University

There were options aplenty for Maleek Irons, who wears more individual accomplishments than any running back in the history of
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2013 Provincial All-Stars and All-Conference Awards

Congratulations to the Hawks who were named to the 2013 Provincial All-Star and All-Conference teams. Offensive Player of the Year
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Mouat’s Irons heads list of Abbotsford’s all-province football players

by Staff Writer – Abbotsford News, Dec 4, 2013 Maleek Irons of the W.J. Mouat Hawks and Brandon Ho of
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The Province’s B.C. high school football report, Subway quarterfinal edition

by Howard Tsunamura, The Province, Nov 15, 2013 W.J. MOUAT 50 at HANDSWORTH 22 NORTH VANCOUVER — A big-play run
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Mouat running back Maleek Irons, pictured above in action against Mission earlier this season, racked up 466 rushing yards and six touchdowns vs. the Centennial Centaurs on Friday.— Image Credit: John Morrow File Photo

Mouat’s Irons racks up huge rushing totals

by Dan Kinvig – Abbotsford News – Oct 19, 2013 Maleek Irons looked more rested than rusty coming off a
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W.J. Mouat's Grade 11 running back Maleek Irons rushed for 491 yards and five touchdowns in a win over Mt. Douglas on Saturday in Abbotsford. (Jason Payne, PNG)

Thank you Mr. Irons, for my ‘It’ moment from the 2012-13 B.C. high school sports season

by Howard Tsunamura, The Province June 19, 2013 VANCOUVER — Hang around the playing fields and gymnasiums long enough and it’s
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Hawks running back Maleek Irons ran over Mount Douglas's Mason Swift on this play, and he would end up with five TDs on the day. John Morrow photos

Congratulations to the 2012-13 Varsity Award Winners

Congratulations to the varsity athletes recognized at the annual Hawks football banquet held at the Legacy Pavillion.
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2012 Team BC try-outs. Photo: Football BC

Three Hawks named to U18 Team BC

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