2021 PLAYOFFS BEGIN

HSSAA SEMI-FINAL

CRAIG KIELBURGER SPARTANS @ NELSON LORDS

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 10TH -- 2:00PM

After finishing in first place the Lords will host an HSSAA Semi-Final on Wednesday and welcome the Craig Kielburger Spartans for their first ever visit to Nelson Stadium. The Spartans are coming off a big win over Garth Webb which secured them a Tier 1 playoff game for the first time in program history. The Lords are looking to keep rolling and earn an appearance in their 6th Halton title game in a row. Kickoff is set for 2:00pm at Nelson Stadium.

 

JUNIOR RE-MATCH WITH WARRIORS ON TAP

JUNIOR WEEK 6 GAME

HURON HEIGHTS @ NELSON LORDS

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 11TH -- 3:15PM

The Junior Lords will take on the Warriors in a re-match of their season opening win. Back in early October the Jr Lords defeated the Warriors 32-12. Huron Heights returns with a few games under their belt and are looking to avenge their loss. Kickoff is set for 3:15pm Thursday.

 

NELSON COMPLETES UNBEATEN REGULAR SEASON WITH WIN

WEEK 5

NELSON LORDS - 42

IROQUOIS RIDGE WOLFPACK - 1

Nelson started the game with a Touchdown on their opening carry by Jack Dyer and never looked back. Trevon Sealy had a breakout game for the Lords with a number of long receptions. Dyer would total 4 touchdowns on the day with Loche Cobb and Mitch Page adding scores of their own. The defence was strong all afternoon with the lone point coming on a Special Teams rouge. The win secured first place for Nelson who will host the Kielbuger Spartans in an HSSAA Quarterfinal next week.

GAME TIME SOCIAL --- PLAYER OF THE GAME

COMING SOON!

 

JR LORDS SCRIMMAGE VS. IROQUOIS RIDGE

 

SR LORDS REMAIN UNBEATEN WITH WIN AT OAKVILLE TRAFALGAR

WEEK 4

NELSON LORDS - 21

OT RED DEVILS - 0

Nelson came out on top in a tough battle with previously unbeaten Oakville Trafalgar. The Lords started fast with an early Touchdown from Ben Walker on a pass from Braedon Tremblay. The Lords defence bent at times in the first half but tightened when needed to shut down any attack from the Red Devils. Running back Jack Dyer added two touchdowns and a 2-pt conversion to round out the scoring. The Nelson defence shut the door in the second half with Andy Quinn picking up an interception and Abdul Abdelaziz making a number of big tackles. Up next the Lords host Iroquois Ridge in the Regular Season finale.

GAME TIME SOCIAL --- PLAYER OF THE GAME

This week we have CO-PLAYERS OF THE GAME from GAMETIME SOCIAL. Defensively Abdul Abdelaziz played his best game of the season and was everywhere on the field with a number of big plays and big hits. Offensively, Jack Dyer once again carried the load on the ground with some extremely tough running and a touchdown.

 

 

SR LORDS REMAIN UNBEATEN WITH WIN AT OAKVILLE TRAFALGAR

WEEK 4

NELSON LORDS - 21

OT RED DEVILS - 0

Nelson came out on top in a tough battle with previously unbeaten Oakville Trafalgar. The Lords started fast with an early Touchdown from Ben Walker on a pass from Braedon Tremblay. The Lords defence bent at times in the first half but tightened when needed to shut down any attack from the Red Devils. Running back Jack Dyer added two touchdowns and a 2-pt conversion to round out the scoring. The Nelson defence shut the door in the second half with Andy Quinn picking up an interception and Abdul Abdelaziz making a number of big tackles. Up next the Lords host Iroquois Ridge in the Regular Season finale.

GAME TIME SOCIAL --- PLAYER OF THE GAME

This week we have CO-PLAYERS OF THE GAME from GAMETIME SOCIAL. Defensively Abdul Abdelaziz played his best game of the season and was everywhere on the field with a number of big plays and big hits. Offensively, Jack Dyer once again carried the load on the ground with some extremely tough running and a touchdown.

 

JR LORDS WIN FIESTY AFFAIR IN OAKVILLE

WEEK 4

NELSON LORDS - 23

OAKVILLE TRAFALGAR RED DEVILS - 9

The Junior Lords jumped out to a quick 14-0 lead with a pair of touchdowns from Braydon Abbott. Ryan Fancy continued his stellar performance with a fantastic touchdown catch and run through the OT defenders to make it 21-0. Adam Kalinowski converted all three touchdowns and Jack Pagnani added a defensive safety to round out the scoring.

GAME TIME SOCIAL --- PLAYER OF THE GAME

Cale Symons was named as the GAMETIME SOCIAL PLAYER OF THE GAME.

Cale anchored the Jr. Lords defence with a number of key tackles and some big hits.

 

SR LORDS DEFEAT MILTON TO MOVE TO 2-0

WEEK 1 -- RE-SCHEDULE

NELSON LORDS - 21

MILTON MUSTANGS - 0

**Game ended in 2nd Quarter at Milton request.

The Senior Lords battled some very tough weather conditions this afternoon at Nelson Stadium. Led by Jack Dyer's 3 touchdowns, Nelson was up at the end of the first quarter before Milton made a decision to end the game. The Lords move to 2-0 in the HSSAA and will travel to play at OT on Thursday.

 

JR LORDS STAY UNBEATEN WITH WIN OVER MILTON

WEEK 1 -- RE-SCHEDULE

NELSON LORDS - 28

MILTON MUSTANGS - 1

The Junior Lords played their first HSSAA game in driving rain and wind this afternoon. Michael Kerr scored two touchdowns with Devin Clark and Coen Hall each adding a score of their own. Adam Kalinowski converted all 4 scores. The Jr Lords travel to OT on Thursday for another game vs. the Red Devils.

GAME TIME SOCIAL --- PLAYER OF THE GAME

Michael Kerr was named the GAMETIME SOCIAL Player of the Game.

 

 

JUNIOR LORDS MOVE TO 2-0 WITH WIN OVER BILL CROTHERS

BILL CROTHERS COLTS @ NELSON LORDS

NELSON - 53

BILL CROTHERS - 12

The JR Lords moved to 2-0 on the season with a big victory over the Bill Crothers Colts on Wednesday at Nelson Stadium. Kyle Clark (2), Owen Jackson (2), Devin Clark, August Hulbert, Ryan Fancy, all scored TDs for Nelson. Kicker Adam Kalinowski added 7 converts and the offence scored a 2 pt conversion with the defence contributing a safety to round out the scoring. Quarterbacks Coen Hall, Zach Islip and Joonki Min all threw for touchdowns in the victory. Jackson scored one touchdown on each side of the ball for the Lords adding a long fumble recovery score to his touchdown reception.

Up Next the Junior Lords host the Milton Mustangs on Monday October 25th in a re-schedule of the Week 1 matchup.

GAME TIME SOCIAL --- PLAYER OF THE GAME

Tavish Wilson was named the GAMETIME SOCIAL Player of the Game.

Wilson tallied 2 fumble recoveries, an interception, 6 tackles and 2 QB Sacks.

 

SR LORDS IN CRUISE CONTROL FOR SEASON OPENER

ABBEY PARK EAGLES @ NELSON LORDS

NELSON - 68

ABBEY PARK - 0

The SR Lords opened the season with a bang this afternoon at Nelson Stadium. After nearly two years without football, Nelson scored early and often with an explosive first half to put the game away quickly. Many individuals had great afternoons playing in the first games in nearly two years. The Lords had contributions from their entire bench en route to the victory.

Prior to the game, a moment of Silence was held to honor the life of Bella Farkas who took her own life on Thursday.

UP NEXT: Nelson enters its BYE Week next week. Week 4 in the HSSAA will be a busy one for the Lords with two important league games on the schedule.

GAME TIME SOCIAL --- PLAYER OF THE GAME

 

JUNIOR LORDS DEFEAT HURON HEIGHTS IN HOME OPENER

HURON HEIGHTS @ NELSON LORDS

NELSON - 32

HURON HEIGHTS - 12

Football returned to Nelson this afternoon as the Jr Lords took care of business in their Home Opener. Nelson started fast and jumped out to an early 12 -0 lead on Touchdowns from Ryan Fancy and August Hulbert on passes from Quarterback Coen Hall. A Zach Islip interception set the Lords up for their third major early in the second quarter, a Touchdown pass from Hall to Tight End Devin Clark. The Lords added two more scores in the second half with Islip running in a major of his own at Quarterback and Brayden Abbott closing things out with a hard run for a major. Kicker Nate Montgomery would add two converts. Nelson's defence was strong all afternoon with three forced fumbles and recoveries.

Up Next the Junior Lords are hopeful for an Exhibition Game next week at Nelson Stadium - Stay Tuned!

GAME TIME SOCIAL --- PLAYER OF THE GAME

 

NELSON ANNOUNCES NEW PARTNERSHIP

GAME TIME SOCIAL --- PARTNERSHIP

Nelson is excited to enter into a new partnership with GAME TIME SOCIAL in Burlington for the 2021 season.

GAME TIME SOCIAL

3330 South Service Road Burlington

Each week during the season, Game Time Social will recognize a JUNIOR and SENIOR Lords Player of the Week with a Gift Certificate for both FOOD and GAMES. We look forward to seeing our Nelson Community dining at GAME TIME SOCIAL this season!

Visit GAME TIME SOCIAL --> https://www.gametimesocial.ca/

 

WE ARE BACK!!!!!

SEASON UPDATE

The HSSAA has released a SENIOR SCHEDULE which can be found under our SCHEDULE TAB.

We are currently working within the new HDSB COVID SPORT GUIDELINES.

These parameters will allow fans to attend our games at Nelson Stadium this season. Masks must be worn by fans when 6ft physical distancing is not possible, unless those fans are from the same household.

Our Junior Lords are asked to be patient as we continue to build the 2021 Junior schedule. The Junior season MAY include games/scrimmages or a combination of both.

 

2021 TRAINING CAMP IS HERE!

2021 SENIOR & JUNIOR -- TRAINING CAMP INFORMATION

The Senior and Junior Lords return to the field for the 2021 Season with the start of Training Camp on August 30th. Both teams will follow the same practice schedule at Nelson Stadium.

SEE PRACTICE TIMES AND IMPORTANT INFORMATION BELOW

IMPORTANT REMINDERS

*All practice will follow NEW HDSB COVID PROTOCOLS. Interested players MUST refer to the email communication and be familiar with the requirements for attending and participating.

*Contact tracing will be in effect for all Organized Team Activities.

*Masks should be worn at all times when players are not actively participating on-field.

*No spectators will be permitted in the stadium during practices.

*Players must have their own waterbottles.

JUNIORS -- No equipment necessary.

SENIORS -- Helmets / Practice Jersey / Red Shorts

ALL players need a completed HDSB Interschool Athletics form to step on the field

 

THANKS TO HARB PLUMBING!

A huge THANK YOU to Harb Plumbing for providing us with new SENIOR practice jerseys for the upcoming season. TJ Harb and family have built their plumbing business into one of Halton's premier outfits and continue to go above and beyond in our community. TJ, a former Lord, has always been one of our biggest fans and has been a great supporter of our program at every opportunity.

 

PLAY FOOTBALL FOR THE BEST PROGRAM IN HALTON

INTERESTED IN PLAYING FOR THE LORDS IN 2021

We are asking all interested players to complete the following Player Information form. This information will be shared with our Coaching Staff as we look ahead to building both our JR and SR Rosters for the 2021 Season.

You MUST BE ENROLLED at Nelson High School for September 2021. Current Grade 8 students as well as those already in Grades 9-12 are eligible. Students who choose Virtual Learning will NOT be able to play.

CLICK BELOW TO ACCESS THE FORM

 

LEGENDARY LORDS COACH PASSES AWAY

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of legendary Lords Head Coach and Nelson Teacher Tom Johnson. From ‘66-76 Tom left a lasting impact on so many and is remembered as a family man who was extremely proud of all his children and their accomplishments. As the Head Football Coach at Nelson, Tom coached and mentored hundreds of student athletes winning league titles in 1975 & 1977. Prior to his Nelson career, Tom played football for the Burlington Braves before going stateside in 1962 where he went on to play at Kent State University in Ohio on scholarship. He lettered each year and earned the nickname "The Canadian Crusher". 

CLICK HERE TO READ TOM'S OBITUARY

 

 

GET SOCIAL WITH US AND BE READY FOR 2021!

NELSON LORDS FOOTBALL 2021

Make sure you follow our Social Media Platforms to receive all the 2021 Information as it becomes available. We are hopeful that our program will return soon!

 

NELSON RECRUITING TRACKER 2020

NELSON LORDS SIGNINGS

JAKE BENNETT - WR

USPORTS

TYLER LUTZ - WR

USPORTS

LUCA ROSIELLO - RB

USPORTS

LIAM KEARY - SB

USPORTS

MATTHEW KOSYK - OL

CJFL

 

NELSON COMMUNITY SUPPORTS FRONTLINE WORKERS

NELSON ATHLETICS & FOOTBALL FUNDRAISING

Thank You to the entire Nelson Community for your support. We were able to raise $5850.00 in just under a week for our Front Line Workers at Joseph Brant Hospital.

 

2019 OFSAA INDEPENDENT BOWL CHAMPIONS!

2019 OFSAA INDEPENDENT BOWL

NELSON LORDS - 35

ASSUMPTION LIONS - 14

The Nelson Lords took home their 6th OFSAA BOWL title in school history winning the Independent Bowl for the first time with a 35-14 win at Ron Joyce Stadium as part of the 2019 OFSAA Bowl Series. A wildly entertaining game saw some fantastic plays from both sides and arguably a play of the year candidate from the Assumption side in the loss. Nelson jumped out to an early lead on a 30 yard touchdown connection from Keagan Hall to Liam Keary. Luca Rosiello would punch in a 10 yard run to put the Lords up 14-0 midway through the first quarter. A Jackson Somerville 2 yard touchdown run had Nelson running away with things midway through the second. The Lions would add a major to pull within two scores before Nelson drove the length of the field and appeared to go up 28-7. A penalty nullified the touchdown and a crazy blocked field goal return suddenly saw the score at 21-14 at the half. Nelson would take control in the second half and put the game away with an 80-yard touchdown connection from Hall to Keary. Luca Rosiello would add his second major late in the 4th to seal the Lords 6th OFSAA Victory. Nelson tallied a whopping 610 yards of offence while holding the Lions to just 162.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL GAME BROADCAST

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL 2019 OFSAA BOWL SERIES WEBSITE

GAME STATS - COURTESY JOHN METCALFE

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(D.Walker - Coming Soon!)

 

KNIGHTS TOO MUCH FOR LORDS

2019 GHAC CHAMPIONSHIP

ST. THOMAS MORE KNIGHTS - 47

NELSON LORDS - 21

The St. Thomas More Knights proved every bit of why they are the top ranked team in the Nation taking down the Lords in the GHAC Championship. Nelson simply had no answer for the strong ground attack of the Knights and found themselves down 30-0 before a 90-yard Liam Keary Kickoff Return got the Lords on the scoreboard. Trailing 40-7 at the half Nelson made the game exciting as they putting up two major scores on touchdowns from Jackson Cooling and James Priestner and continued to compete until the final whistle.

Nelson will enter the OFSAA Bowl Series next week as the GHAC #2 Seed and will take on the Assumption College Lions in the Independent Bowl

CLICK HERE FOR GAME PHOTOS (D.Walker - Coming Soon!)

 

HORNS DOWN... NELSON DOMINATES IN BIG WIN

2019 GHAC SEMI-FINAL

NELSON LORDS - 36

CORPUS CHRISTI LONGHORNS - 8

The weather circumstances surrounding this game with heavy snowfall two days prior were already interesting and as the snow fell during the game at Nelson Stadium the setting was incredible under the lights. Nelson took advantage of a big home crowd and jumped out to a 16-0 halftime lead. First half touchdowns went to Luca Rosiello and Jackson Somerville with the defence adding a safety and a two point conversion catch from Jackson Cooling. Nelson appeared to put the game away early in the 3rd with touchdowns from Rosiello and Cooling before the Longhorns would get on the scoreboard. A big return and penalty aided touchdown drive put Corpus back into the game before the Lords defence shut the door and Luca Rosiello added his third rushing touchdown of the night to seal the victory. The win sends Nelson to the GHAC Championship game at St. Thomas More for a re-match with the Knights.

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JR LORDS GET SHUTOUT BY RAVENS TO END SEASON

2019 JUNIOR METROBOWL PLAYOFFS

ST. ROCH RAVENS - 25

NELSON LORDS - 0

The JR Lords season came to an end on a snowy and muddy field at St. Roch on Tuesday. Nelson just could not find the endzone and a fumble on the 1 yard line with a chance to take a lead at the half proved too much to over come. The Ravens would pull away in the second half and put the game out of reach. The Lords will see the remaining players from the 2018 MetroBowl team move up to the Senior ranks having won back-to-back Halton titles and keeping the streak alive as the team looks for its 7th title in 2020. A big thank you to all our JR parents and supporters for another great season!

Click below for GAME PHOTO ALBUM... (COMING SOON)

 

2019 HSSAA JUNIOR CHAMPIONS

2019 HSSAA JUNIOR CHAMPIONS

NELSON - 22

OT - 14

The Junior Lords took home their 6th Halton Title in a row hanging on to defeat the Oakville Trafalger Red Devils 22-14 at McMaster. The game was tight all the way through with the Devils getting on the scoreboard first. Nelson would battle back to take the lead late and hold on with two interceptions from Joshua Menezes to seal the deal. The JR Lords now move on to the JR MetroBowl Quarterfinal Round in Peel.

Click below for GAME PHOTO ALBUM... (COMING SOON)

 

NELSON WINS 4TH STRAIGHT HALTON TITLE WITH WIN OVER HAYDEN

2019 HSSAA CHAMPIONSHIP -- HAYDEN HUSKIES @ NELSON LORDS

NELSON - 45

HAYDEN - 0

Nelson got their game on track after a slow start due to only having played 2 games in the last 4 weeks. Quarterback Keagan Hall spread the ball around to the multiple weapons on offence and built a 28-0 halftime lead on a pair of touchdowns from Jackson Cooling, and singles from James Priestner and Jackson Somerville. The second half was more of the same with the Lords adding two more majors, a 70-yard run by Liam Keary and James Priestner's second major of the day. Jake Bennett would add a late field goal as well as being perfect on 6 converts. The Lords defence shut the door the rest of the way as Hayden rarely cross into Nelson territory on the day. Nelson posted their 3rd shutout in a row on their way to capturing their 24th Halton title in school history. This was the fourth straight Halton Championship for Nelson at the Senior level. Lords receiver Jahlique Armstrong became the second Lord since 2000 to win five Halton Titles as a Nelson Lord.

Up Next -- The Lords will face an old rival as the Corpus Christi Longhorns visit in the GHAC SEMI-FINAL.

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LORDS BLAST MUSTANGS IN SEMI-FINAL

HSSAA JUNIOR SEMI-FINAL

NELSON - 48

MILTON - 7

The Junior Lords dominated the Milton Mustangs in a game that was called in the 4th Quarter at the request of Milton. Ben Walker had a fantastic game scoring 4 touchdowns through the air from Braedon Tremblay. Aiden Wright, Loche Cobb, and Jack Dyer would add majors along the ground. The Jr Lords will advance back to McMaster and the HSSAA Championship next Thursday.

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JR LORDS FINISH UNBEATEN IN REGULAR SEASON

WEEK 7 (JR)- NELSON JR LORDS @ MM ROBINSON RAMS

NELSON - 19

MM ROBINSON - 6

The Junior Lords closed out an undefeated Regular Season with a 19-6 Halloween win over MM Robinson in some of the worst weather conditions in the past decade. The game was played in ankle deep mud at MM Robinson, but the Lords were able to hold of a Rams team eager for their first win. Loche Cobb, Aiden Wright and Ben Walker scored touchdowns for Nelson while Aiden Hunt added one convert to round out the scoring.

UP NEXT - The JR Lords host an HSSAA Semi-Final against the Milton Mustangs on Thursday November 7th at 2pm at Nelson Stadium.

Click below for GAME PHOTO ALBUM...

 

LORDS DOMINATE FROM START TO FINISH IN WIN OVER WOLFPACK

WEEK 6 - IROQUOIS RIDGE WOLFPACK @ NELSON LORDS

NELSON - 59

IROQUOIS RIDGE - 0

The Lords dominated from the opening kickoff to the final whistle enroute to a crushing 59-0 win over the Wolfpack to close out the Regular Season. Nelson has booked their ticket to the Halton Finals at McMaster on November 6th. Liam Keary led Nelson on the day returning the opening kickoff for a major and adding two more touchdowns (one on the ground and one through the air). Jackson Cooling also added three touchdowns of his own on the afternoon. Jahlique Armstrong and Jackson Somerville would also add majors while Jake Bennett added a field goal and was good on all eight converts. Quarterback Keagan Hall threw 6 touchdown passes in the first half alone in the victory while the Lords defence shut the door all afternoon.

Up Next -- The Lords await their opponent in the 2019 HSSAA Championship game.

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JR LORDS SCORE EARLY TO DEFEAT WOLFPACK

WEEK 6 JR - IROQUOIS RIDGE WOLFPACK @ NELSON JR LORDS

NELSON - 35

IROQUOIS RIDGE - 7

The Junior Lords started fast scoring three quick majors to jump out to a 21-0 lead. The game settled down but Nelson was in total control finishing with a 35-7 victory. The JR Lords got touchdowns from Jack Dyer, Ben Walker, Adam Meyer, Nathan Osfolk and Aiden Wright. Aiden Hunt was 5 for 5 on converts in the win.

UP NEXT: The Jr Lords cap off the Regular Season at MM Robinson with a Halloween match-up vs. the winless Rams.

Click below for GAME PHOTO ALBUM...

 

 

HSSAA WEEK 5

WEEK 5 - NELSON LORDS @ GARTH WEBB CHARGERS

NELSON - 20

GARTH WEBB - 0

(FORFEIT)

The Garth Webb Chargers forfeited their Week 5 meeting with Nelson. The game was to be Nelson's first trip to the Oakville school in their history. The Lords will be credited with a 20-0 win and will now look ahead to the Regular Season finale against Iroquois Ridge.

Up Next -- Nelson will host the Wolfpack in a SR/JR Doubleheader to close out the HSSAA Regular Season.

 

JR LORDS STAY UNBEATEN

WEEK 5 - NELSON JR LORDS @ MILTON MUSTANGS

NELSON - 33

MILTON - 7

Despite being shorthanded with three key players sitting the game out and dealing with some poor weather, the Junior Lords took care of business Wednesday in Milton. Backup Quarterback Ben Walker led the Lords to a 33-7 win over the Mustangs. Mitchell Page scored two majors while Jake McCracken, Declan Gain and Domenic Rosiello added single touchdowns. Rosiello was also good on three converts for Nelson.

Up next the JR Lords host the Wolfpack from Iroquois Ridge in the second half of a doubleheader on Thursday October 24th.

CLICK BELOW FOR GAME PHOTOS!

 

LORDS SHUT OUT THE HUSKIES ON PINK DAY

WEEK 4 - HAYDEN HUSKIES @ NELSON LORDS

NELSON - 42

HAYDEN - 0

The Lords were firing on all cylinders on Thursday afternoon at Nelson Stadium. In front of a packed crowd decked out in PINK to support the Camisole Project it was a great day organized to support Breast Cancer. Jackson Cooling led the way for Nelson with three touchdowns on the day. Keagan Hall, Liam Keary and James Priestner would also add touchdowns while Jake Bennett added all 6 converts. On a great day for the offence it may have been the Lords defence that stole the show. Finally putting up a shutout the Nelson defence was relentless all afternoon not allowing Hayden near the endzone.

Up Next -- Nelson will make its first ever trip to Garth Webb in Oakville to take on the Chargers.

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JR LORDS DEFEAT THE TABBIES AT BLAKELOCK

WEEK 4 - NELSON JR LORDS @ BLAKELOCK TIGERS

NELSON - 41

BLAKELOCK - 0

This game was never in doubt as the JR Lords dominated from start to finish enroute to a shutout win at Blakelock in Oakville on Wednesday. Leading the way for the Lords was Ben Walker with a pair of touchdowns. Single majors went to Jack Dyer, Mitchell Page, Dominic Rosiello and Abdul Abdelaziz. Walker also saw some time under center in a relief Quarterback role. Rosiello and Aiden Hunt combined to go 6 for 7 on converts to round out the scoring.

Up next the JR Lords travel to Milton to take on the Mustangs on Wednesday October 16th. These two teams have not met at the Junior level in nearly 15 seasons and the Mustangs will be looking hand Nelson their first loss in 2019.

GAME PHOTOS ARE AVAILABLE BELOW

 

SR LORDS REMAIN UNDEFEATED WITH SLOPPY WIN AT IROQUOIS RIDGE

WEEK 3 - NELSON LORDS @ IROQUOIS RIDGE WOLFPACK

NELSON - 39

IROQUOIS RIDGE - 13

The Lords struggled to get their game going early on in Oakville Thursday. Nelson had a tough time on a wet, muddy field to execute early before a pair of touchdown runs by running back Luca Rosiello, a two point covert by Jackson Cooling and a single by Jake Bennett had the Lords open up a two score halftime lead. The second half saw Nelson pull away as three scores through the air put the game out of reach. Keagan Hall connected with Jackson Cooling, Tyler Lutz and Jahlique Armstrong for long touchdown catches. The defence would add a safety touch and Kicker Jake Bennet was 4 for 5 on converts as well.

Up Next -- Nelson will host Hayden in the second half of a home and home matchup this season.

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JR LORDS REMAIN UNBEATEN WITH WIN OVER RED DEVILS

WEEK 3 - OAKVILLE TRAFALGAR @ NELSON JR LORDS

NELSON - 28

OT - 14

With the Junior Lords dressed in the HSSAA White Jerseys, it was quite an interesting afternoon at Nelson Stadium on Thursday. From the opening kickoff the game was played under extremely threatening skies. The Red Devils opened the scoring and would keep the game close throughout, before play was halted early in the 4th quarter with the Lords up 14 points. Severe weather forced the evacuation of the Stadium and the game was called with a 28-14 final score. Scoring for Nelson were Ben Walker with two touchdowns, while Dominic Rosiello and Loche Cobb each added a major of their own. Aiden Hunt was a perfect 4 for 4 on converts.

Up next the JR Lords travel to TA Blakelock in Oakville on Wednesday to take on the Tigers.

GAME PHOTOS AVAILABLE BELOW

 

 

 

SR LORDS RUN OVER CHARGERS AT HOME

WEEK 2 - GARTH WEBB CHARGERS @ NELSON LORDS

NELSON - 65

GARTH WEBB - 9

It was all Nelson on Thursday afternoon at Nelson Stadium. The Lords rolled over the Chargers 65-9 to improve their record to 2-0 in the HSSAA. Robert de Baseggio opened the scoring with a short touchdown run for Nelson. James Priestner would add a long touchdown catch from Keagan Hall and Jackson Cooling would haul in his first of two TD catches and the Lords lead 21-0 after the first quarter. The run game picked up in the second quarter with Quentin Reid scoring his first career rushing TD and Jackson Somerville scoring his first of two TDs with a 75 yard run. Tyler Lutz would catch a Hall touchdown pass and Nelson led 42-9 at the half. Sommerville and Cooling would each add a second score with a Jake Bennett touchdown run and defensive safety rounding out the scoring. Bennett was also a perfect 9 for 9 on converts.

Up Next -- Nelson travels to Oakville to take on the Wolfpack at Iroquois Ridge on Thursday.

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JR LORDS IMPROVE TO 2-0 WITH WIN

WEEK 2 - GARTH WEBB CHARGERS @ NELSON JR LORDS

NELSON - 41

GARTH WEBB - 8

Nelson JR Lords defeated Garth Webb on a windy afternoon at Nelson Stadium. The Lords got contributions from their entire roster in the win.

Scoring for the JR Lords were Jack Dyer and Ben Walker with a pair of TDs each. Mitchell Page and Declan Gain added touchdowns of their own and Aiden Hunt kicked 5 converts in the win.

Up Next -- Nelson will host the Oakville Trafalgar Red Devils on Tuesday!

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SR LORDS TAKE DOWN HUSKIES IN HSSAA OPENER

WEEK 1 - NELSON LORDS @ HAYDEN HUSKIES

NELSON - 49

HAYDEN - 17

The Lords scored early and often enroute to a blowout win at Hayden on a hot Friday afternoon. Jackson Cooling led Nelson with two touchdowns through the air from Keagan Hall. James Priestner would also catch a touchdown from Hall. On the ground, Hall ran in one major as did Running Back Robert de Baseggio. Running Back Jackson Somerville returned to the lineup and also found the endzone for his first Senior touchdown. Jahlique Armstrong closed out the scoring with a receiving major from Ved Hatolkar late. Jake Bennett would convert all seven Lords TDs.

Up Next -- Nelson will host the Garth Webb Chargers in a 2018 Championship rematch.

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JR LORDS BLANK HUSKIES IN OPENER

WEEK 1 - NELSON JR LORDS @ HAYDEN HUSKIES

NELSON - 37

HAYDEN - 0

Nelson continued its dominance over the Hayden Huskies with a 37-0 season opening win. The rule change to 3-downs didnt seem to bother Nelson as they excuted on both sides of the ball in the win.

Jack Dyer led Nelson with 3 touchdowns on the ground. Ben Walker hauled in two touchdowns from Quarterback Braedon Tremblay and Dominic Rosiello converted all 5 touchdowns. The Lords defence also added a safety touch.

Up Next -- Nelson will host the Garth Webb Chargers in the second half of a doubleheader at Nelson Stadium.

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HSSAA WEEK 4

WEEK 4 PINK GAME -- NELSON vs. HAYDEN

Thursday October 10th the Lords will host a special game to support those affected by Breast Cancer. The Pink Game will feature a school wide buy-in with all proceeds donated to the Cancer Foundation. The Lords will be looking to sweep Hayden after a Week 1 win on the road.

SR - 1:30pm Kickoff

The Junior Lords will be on the road in Week 4 travelling to Oakville to take on the TA Blakelock Tigers on Wednesday October 9th.

 

 

LORDS HOLD ON TO DEFEAT AN MYER UNDER THE LIGHTS

2019 HOME OPENER

NELSON LORDS - 24

AN MYER MARAUDERS - 14

In a game that was threatended with severe weather the atmosphere was electric at Nelson Stadium as the weather co-operated and a huge crowd packed the stands on Friday night. The Lords jumped out to an early 10-0 lead on a touchdown catch from James Priestner and Field Goal from kicker Jake Bennett. The Marauders would get on the board midway through the 2nd quarter with a touchdown catch from Trent Hunter to close the gap to 10-7. A fantastic run by Robert de Baseggio would put the Nelson up 17-7 at the break. The Lords got a major from Jackson Cooling to pull ahead 24-7 before a turnover set the Marauders up in the redzone. Myer Quarterback Willy Jackman would punch it in to close the gap to 24-14 but that is as close as the Marauders would get. Nelson improves to 2-0 on the season and now enters league play next week at Hayden vs the Huskies.

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Members of the 1999 MetroBowl Championship team returned to Nelson Stadium for their 20th reunion!!

 

 

 

LORDS OPEN 2019 SEASON WITH A WIN IN KINGSTON

2019 SEASON OPENER

NELSON LORDS - 49

HOLY CROSS CRUSADERS - 21

After a visit to Queen's University and campus tour from the Queens Gaels Football Program the Lords got down to business on Friday night at Richardson Stadium. Nelson started slow and fell behind early to a strong Holy Cross offence. Under heavy rain most of the night the Lords offence battled back with Touchdowns from Robert de Baseggio, Keagan Hall, and James Priestner to trail the game 21-18 at the half. The Nelson defence would take a stand in the second half while the offence would continue to click and a Jackson Cooling touchdown early in the 3rd quarter put the Lords ahead for good. James Priestner and de Baseggio would both add their second majors of the night while Jake Bennett added a touchdown of his own, a field goal and two converts. Cooling would add another 2 point conversion on a broken play to round out the scoring. Defensively, the front seven were strong and DB Kees Chelin also recored an interception.

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A huge thank you to the Holy Cross Crusaders and the Queen's Football program for an outstanding few days in Kingston.

 

 

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2019 HSSAA SEASON KICK-OFF

WEEK 1 - NELSON LORDS @ HAYDEN HUSKIES

The Lords kickoff the 2019 Regular Season travelling to Hayden to take on the Huskies. Nelson defeated Hayden 49-20 in their only meeting last season. The Junior Lords will play the first half of the doubleheader at 2:00pm and will look to continue their dominance over Hayden.

JR - 2:00pm Kickoff

SR - 3:45pm Kickoff

 

 

 

 

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