1968

Senior

Participating Teams

Senior A1 Senior A2 GBSSA
Bowmanville Ajax Brock
Central Dunbarton Port Perry
Courtice Henry Street Sutton
Donevan   Uxbridge
Eastdale    
McLaughlin    
O'Neill    

North-South Game

North   South  
Anderson 0 Donevan 26
Eastdale 20 Courtice 0
McLaughlin 6 Bowmanville 0
O'Neill 8 Central 6
  34   32

 

September 24th
Bowmanville 20, Courtice 0
O'Neill 18, Donevan 13
McLaughlin 21, Eastdale 14

September 27th
Donevan 9, Central 0
O'Neill 13, McLaughlin 6

September 30th
Eastdale 21, Courtice 6

October 1st
McLaughlin 16, Central 0

October 3rd
Donevan 55, Courtice 0

Senior A Playoffs

November 5th
COSSA Senior A Semi-Final
O'Neill 31, Cobourg East 6

COSSA Senior A Final
Trenton 20, O'Neill 19 (Overtime)
Game was tied at 13 at end of regulation.  Trenton will score a touchdown and add the convert.  O'Neill would respond with a touchdown, which was scored with only seconds left in overtime.  O'Neill elected to attempt a two point convert for the win.  The convert attempt failed.

Senior B Playoffs

Senior B Finals (November 1st Oshawa Times article stated that Henry Street won LOSSA)
Two game total point.
Henry Street 7, Bowmanville 19
Henry Street 13, Bowmanville 0
Henry Street wins by a combined total of 20-19.
Difference was a punt single by Terry Roland with 40 seconds left.  Henry Street Quarterback Bob McBride picked up both majors in the second game.

November 5th
COSSA Senior B Semi-final
Henry Street 38, Campbellford 8

November 9th
COSSA Senior B Final
Henry Street 20, Madoc 14
Henry Street: Bob McBride 2TD; Bill McBride TD

GBSSA Senior

Friday, September 27th
Uxbridge 20, Sutton 13

Friday, October 4th
Uxbridge 28, Brock 6

Tuesday, October 15th
Uxbridge 33, Markham 6

Wednesday, October 16th
Uxbridge 33, St. Andrew's College 27 (controlled scrimmage)

Friday, October 18th
Uxbridge 20, Sutton 6

Friday, October 25th
Uxbridge 43, Brock 0

Senior B Championship
Wednesday, October 30th
Uxbridge 27, Pickering College 7

Notes:
League was called the COSSA Lake Ontario Group
According to the Pickering Post (November 14th edition) Kay Brooks mentioned that Dunbarton, operating a football team for the first time made the finals and placed second in the High School football league.  Ajax High, who had been operating a team for several years finished first.
Both O'Neill teams finished the season undefeated.
O'Neill Senior team coached by Jack Wiley.
Uxbridge under the leadership of Ray Newton carried a record of 8-0 prior to playing Pickering College.


Junior

Participants

Junior A1 Junior A2
Anderson Bowmanville
Central Clarke
Courtice Henry Street
Donevan Oshawa Catholic
Eastdale  
McLaughlin  
O'Neill  

September 25th
Eastdale 8, Donevan 0
Courtice 21, Anderson 9

October 1st
McLaughlin 16, Eastdale 0

October 29th
O'Neill 38, Eastdale 18

November 5th
COSSA Junior A Semi-final
Adam Scott 18, O'Neill 6

November 5th
COSSA Junior B Semi-final
Bowmanville 30, Norwood 14

GBSSA Junior

Friday, October 11th
Uxbridge 52, Port Perry 0
Uxbridge had yet to be scored on through three games and had played the Brock senior team to a scoreless draw.

Wednesday, October 16th
Uxbridge 24, Unnamed team from Scarborough 0

Friday, October 18th
Uxbridge 14, Sutton 7

Junior B Semi-final
Wednesday, October 30th
Uxbridge 74, Pickering College 0

Junior B Final
(played prior to November 14th)
Stayner 24, Uxbridge 0

Junior Notes
Uxbridge carried a 7-1 record under the direction of Phil Mazza prior to playing Pickering College.