1987

Senior

East-West Game

The tradition of the East-West game continued.  It appears that the set up continued based on the East and West divisions from the 1981 season (the last year that the league operated with two divisions).  Otherwise, one cannot explain why Paul Dwyer, who played twice due to the fact that there was an odd number of senior teams, played both Pickering and Bowmanville.  It is also noteworthy that the Oshawa Times did not publish a final East vs. West score instead detailing the results of each pairing.

September 17th

East   West  
GL Roberts

8

Uxbridge

6

O'Neill

0

Dunbarton

0

Paul Dwyer

20

Pickering

8

Donevan

6

Henry Street

6

Paul Dwyer

0

Bowmanville

6

Bowmanville was awarded the trophy for best performing school.  Bowmanville was fielding a senior team after an absence and the award was undoubtedly the pinnacle of their season as they would win only one regular season game.

 

Regular Season Scores:

September 24th
Paul Dwyer 13, O'Neill 0
Donevan 9, Uxbridge 6 (conflicting score 8-0)

September 25th
Pickering 22, Dunbarton 6

October 1st
Donevan 8, Pickering 6
Henry Street 7, Uxbridge 7
Pasul Dwyer 13, Dunbarton 7

October 3rd (prior to)
O'Neill 34, GL Roberts 15 (conflicting score 34-14)
Henry Street defeated Bowmanville (37-6 or 13-6?)

October 8th (prior to)
Dwyer 13, Dunbarton 7
GL Roberts 14, Bowmanville 6

October 8th
O'Neill 20, Donevan 19
Henry Street 20, Dunbarton 19

October 8th (date is an educated guess; result is accurate)
Pickering 29, Uxbridge 6

October 9th
GL Roberts 15, Paul Dwyer 15

October 15th
O'Neill 35, Bowmanville 28
Uxbridge 15, Dunbarton 9

October 16th
Paul Dwyer 23, Donevan 7
Pickering 27, Henry Street 6

October 21st (prior to)
O'Neill defeated Bowmanville

October 28th (prior to)
O'Neill 21, Uxbridge 0
Paul Dwyer 30, Donevan 6

October 30th (prior to)
Donevan 25, GL Roberts 6

October 30th
Paul Dwyer 35, Uxbridge 0 (conflicting score 38-0)
O'Neill 19, Pickering 7

Final Standings

School Won Lost Tied Points
Paul Dwyer 5 0 1 11
O'Neill 5 1 0 10
Donevan 4 2 0 8
Pickering 4 2 0 8
Henry Street 3 2 1 7
Uxbridge 1 4 1 3
G L Roberts 1 4 1 3
Dunbarton 1 5 0 2
Bowmanville 1 5 0 2

Semi-finals
Monday, November 3rd
Paul Dwyer 27, Pickering 20
O'Neill 19, Donevan 0

LOSSA Senior Championship Game played at Oshawa Civic
Saturday, November 7th
Paul Dwyer 7, O'Neill 0
Paul Dwyer: Dave Nagy TD, Felix Neira C

Post Playoffs
Paul Dwyer defeated King City to qualify for the Metro Bowl playdowns.

Metro Bowl Semi-final
Paul Dwyer 33, A Y Jackson 7

Metro Bowl Championship
Central Tech. 20, Paul Dwyer 14

Noteworthy:
League MVP: Dave Nagy
The only scoring play in the Championship game took place in the second quarter on a short two yard run by Dave Nagy.
Championship Game MVP: Dave Nagy
 

Junior

East-West Game

The tradition of the East-West game continued at the Junior level as well.  Although the Oshawa Times did report the pairings, they did not indicate which schools were representing the East and which were representing the West.  Given that one game featured two Oshawa schools, it is obvious that the old divisional structure was not followed at the Junior level.  Therefore we have made a best guess effort as to who represented the East and the West.  Due to the fact that there were an odd number of teams, Pickering played twice.  The Oshawa Times did not publish the results.

September 18th

East   West  
Uxbridge   Dunbarton  
Eastdale   McLaughlin  
Paul Dwyer   Pickering  
Donevan   Henry Street  
O'Neill   Pickering  

 

September 24th
Paul Dwyer 8, O'Neill 2
Uxbridge 28, Donevan 12

October 1st
Henry Street 7, Uxbridge 0
Dunbarton defeated Paul Dwyer

October 3rd (prior to)
O'Neill defeated McLaughlin

October 8th
O'Neill 6, Donevan 6

October 9th
Pickering 47, Uxbridge 26

October 15th
Uxbridge 32, Dunbarton 20 (Uxbridge Journal - poor quality; score might have been 32-26 or 32-29)

October 16th
Pickering defeated Henry Street

October 20th
Dunbarton 13, Eastdale 12

October 21st (prior to)
O'Neill 19, Eastdale 19
Paul Dwyer 24, McLaughlin 0

October 28th (prior to)
Uxbridge 33, O'Neill 6 (Uxbridge Journal - poor quality; score might have been 35-6)
Paul Dwyer 14, Donevan 0

October 30th
Uxbridge 14, Paul Dwyer 0
Uxbridge: Mike Klose 2TD

Date Unknown
McLaughlin defeated Eastdale.
Donevan defeated McLaughlin
Donevan defeated Eastdale

Final Standings (Incomplete)

School

Won

Lost

Tied

Points

Pickering

6

0

0 12
Henry Street 4 0 2 10
Uxbridge

4

2

0

8

Dunbarton        
Donevan

2

3

1

5

         
         
McLaughlin

1

5

0

2

         

Missed playoffs (order unknown)
Paul Dwyer, O'Neill, McLaughlin, Eastdale

Semi-finals
November 4th
Uxbridge 31, Henry Street 20
Pickering defeated Dunbarton

LOSSA Junior Championship
Uxbridge 28, Pickering 7
Uxbridge: Mike Klose 2TD; Jason Melko 2TD

DYSSA Junior Championship
Uxbridge 23, Markham 14
Mike Klose 3TD; Jason Melko FG

Notes
Mike Klose (Uxbridge) was named the Game MVP in both the league championship game and the DYSSA junior championship game.
McLaughlin coaches: Mr. Bay, Mr. Roberts
Uxbridge coaches were Brian Manorek, John Ivanco and Bill Coombs.