Windsor Fratmen Win Third Straight Championship

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Updated: November 2, 2015
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The Windsor Fratmen hosted the OFC Championship game for a second year in a row as they looked to win their third straight title. The Ottawa Sooners beat the Hamilton Hurricanes in the semi-finals and were looking to win their first title since 2009.

Unlike the regular season for AKO, this one was a close game. Neither side would have any action in the end zone until the second quarter when Cody McCann put up 6 for the Fratmen. Through out the first Windsor would put in two field goals. At the end of the first half Windsor led 14-3.

Into the second half Ottawa cut their deficit to 3 with a touchdown from Joey MacDonald. The Sooners were successful on their 2-point conversion, which cut Windsor’s lead to 14-11.

Into the fourth quarter, Austin Lumley found LLevi Noel for their second touchdown of the game. After a successful extra point, it brought the score to 21-11.

The Windsor Fratmen ended the season with a perfect record and first place in the league. Not only did the Fratmen have a perfect season but throughout both the regular season and playoffs did not trail for a second. The Teddy Morris Trophy remains in Windsor for another year after their 21-11 Final over the Ottawa Sooners.

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