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Chilliwack’s Nicholas Westad is going where few local football players have gone in recent memory, joining the CIS Manitoba Bisons on scholarship in the fall. Photo: Jenna Hauck/The Progress

CIS dreams realized as big man joins Manitoba Bisons

By Eric Welsh – Chilliwack Progress, August 06, 2013 3:00 PM Since he was seven years old, Nicholas Westad has
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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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Mouat's Crysthian Rivas (2) tries to get a handle on Mount Douglas running back Mason Swift. (Rod Wiens photo)

Rams stun top-ranked Hawks in AAA semis

By Dan Kinvig – Abbotsford News Published: November 25, 2012 6:00 PM It was a result no one would have
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Three Hawks Honored with Provincial All-Stars

Congratulations to our Hawks who made the Provincial AAA All-Star team: Maleek Irons (Offensive MVP), Nick Westad (OL) and Sheriden
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W.J. Mouat's Maleek Irons (here in an earlier game) scored seven touchdowns and set a rushing record in the Hawks 55-20 win over West Van Friday at UBC. Photograph by: Times , file photo

Abbotsford running back Irons sets rushing record

Hawks trounce Highlanders to advance to semis By Howard Tsumura, Abbotsford Times/The Province, November 19, 2012 The W.J. Mouat Hawks
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Hawks named 2012 Eastern Conference All-Stars

Five Hawks have been named to the 2011 Eastern All-Conference team. Congratulations Hawks! Eastern Conference Offensive Team:  Maleek Irons (MVP),
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Mouat wraps season on top in Triple-A

Howard Tsunamura, The Province/Abbotsford Times, Nov 6, 2012 W.J. Mouat romped past Lord Tweedsmuir of Surrey 35-14 in Triple-A varsity
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The Province’s BC High School Football Report

by Howard Tsunamura, The Province, Oct 27, 2012 W.J. MOUAT 44 at CENTENNIAL 22 COQUITLAM — Three unanswered touchdowns, two
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Points well taken as No. 1 Mt. Douglas, No. 3 W.J. Mouat renew their Subway Bowl 2011 rivalry

By Howard Tsunamura, The Province, Oct 10, 2012 Welcome to B.C. high school football’s most eagerly-anticipated game of the 2012
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The Province’s BC High School Football Report

by Howard Tsunamura, The Province, Oct 6, 2012 ST. THOMAS MORE 32 at W.J. MOUAT 28 ABBOTSFORD — Trailing by
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Ironman Runs Rampant

By Howard Tsumura, The Province; -With Files From Jean Konda-Witte, Times September 25, 2012 Electric tailback Maleek Irons continues his torrid
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The Province’s BC High School Football Report

by Howard Tsunamura, The Province, Sept 22, 2012 VANCOUVER COLLEGE 31 at WJ MOUAT 53 ABBOTSFORD – The No. 2
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