November 7, 2021
LONDON, Ont. - A last minute touchdown in the first half was a momentum builder for the Wolverines. That major score helped give the top seeded Wolverines a 14-0 lead at half-time, on their way to a 20-6 win over the St. Thomas Hawks, in London Minor Football Association U12 final, at City Wide Sports Park. Brady Congdon had the Hawks' TD, on an one yard plunge in to the end zone.
October 31, 2021
LONDON, Ont. - A last minute touchdown has lifted the St. Thomas Hawks to the London Minor Football Association U12 final. Mason Cowie punched in the ball on a one yard touchdown plunge with 33 seconds left in the fourth quarter, lifting the Hawks over the Red Storm, 14-13, in a semifinal, at City Wide Sports Park. The Red Storm led 6-0 early, on the first of two TD runs by Donovan Lambert. Brady Congdon, who rushed for 115 yards in the game, tied the score at six with a rushing TD. Then the Hawks' defence picked up two points on a safety with Mason William making the tackle.
November 8, 2020
LONDON, ON. - It was St. Thomas Hawks down on the final day of flag football. The Hawks fell in both of their respective Under-10 and U14 divisional finals, for the London Minor Football Association, Sunday, at City Wide Fields.
The Cobras scored in overtime to edge the Hawks, 24-18, in the U14 divisional final.
November 1, 2020
LONDON, ON. - Thanks to a pair of touchdowns from Gage Lincoln, the St. Thomas Hawks are heading to the London Minor Football Association Under-14 flag football pod A final. The Hawks held off the Cobras A team, 27-24, in the first of two semifinals. The Hawks remain undefeated, after posting a 7-0 regular season record. St. Thomas faces the Cobras A team in the U14 final, Sunday, November 8th, 12:30 p.m. at City Wide Fields. The Hawks are also in the U10 final, earning a bye following an 8-1 regular season.
October 27, 2020
LONDON, ON. - The St. Thomas Hawks finished first in two divisions in the London Minor Football Association. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, there is no tackling this season, so it's flag football.
The Hawks finished first in their Under-10 pod with a 8-1 record. This feat earns the Hawks a bye to their final at City Wide Fields in London, Sunday, November 8th, at 10:45 a.m.
St. Thomas has two teams in the U14 division. The A squad won their pod going undefeated at 7-0, while the B Hawks finished 2-5.
Both U14 teams have semifinals, this Sunday. The U14 Hawks (A team) face Cobras B in a semifinal, this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. The U14 Hawks B take on Cobras B, at 11:45 am.
The U12 Hawks are 3-3 and conclude their regular season this weekend. The Hawks need to finish top two in their pod to advance to the final, on November 8th.
November 3, 2019
LONDON, ON. - The St. Thomas Hawks have regained the title. For the second time in three seasons, the Hawks are the London Minor Football peewee champions, after defeating the Bulldogs, 26-19, at City Wide Fields. St. Thomas completes the 2019 season undefeated. The Bulldogs found the end zone first, but the Hawks replied with 19 points, for a 19-6 advantage. Gage Hamilton with two, Jovan Chase and Nathan Bush, scored touchdowns for the Hawks. Aidan Sweeney with two and Garin Roles had the Bulldogs' majors.
October 27, 2019
LONDON, ON. - The St. Thomas Hawks made quick of their opponents in both the atom and peewee semifinals, to advance to their respective London Minor Football final, Sunday, November 3rd.
In peewee action, Kris Vigers had four touchdowns as the Hawks cooked the Cobras, 53-0. In the atom semi, Kaden Leonardes had three TDs, while Kolten Bergeron and Eoin DesRosiers, each had two TDs in the Hawks' 54-0 blow out of the Red Storm.
October 14, 2019
LONDON, ON. - The It was a pair of first place showdowns between the St. Thomas Hawks and the Cobras. Now with one week remaining in the London Minor Football regular season, the Hawks are in the driver's seat and still undefeated, for both the atom and peewee divisions. The peewee Hawks won 34-18 and the atoms were victorious, 29-7. The tykes fell 21-7.
October 6, 2019
LONDON, ON. - The St. Thomas Hawks will be an answer for a trivia question. Who was the first team to play at 1Password Park in St. Thomas?
The tyke Hawks were first to run out on to the Canadian Football League (CFL) sized artificial turf field, part of the 26 hectare park located along Burwell Road.
More than two years in development, the park with a $10.7 million price tag, features the CFL field with lights, 36 different sized soccer fields, basketball courts and a multi use trail.
Both the peewee and atom Hawks won their London Minor Football games, while the tykes had a rough debut at the new park.
November 4, 2018
LONDON, ON. -
The St. Thomas Hawks are London Minor Football Association Atom champions. Kolton Bergeron and Mason Glover scored touchdowns as the Hawks held off the Red Storm, 13-6, in the final, at City Wide Fields. Glover also caught a two point convert pass from Bergeron after his major.
Zephyr Hatch had an interception late in the second quarter that stopped a Red Storm's drive.
It is back to back seasons winning titles for the Hawks', who won the peewee division a year ago.
October 28, 2018
LONDON, ON. - There is a storm on the horizon for the St. Thomas Hawks. It is a welcomed forecast as the Hawks are heading to the London Minor Football Association Atom final, to face the Red Storm. Kolton Bergeron and Mason Glover each had touchdowns as the Hawks edged the Panthers, 14-7, in a semifinal, at City Wide Fields.
October 7, 2018
LONDON, ON. - This time the snake got the best of the bird. Two early touchdowns carried the Cobras to a 20-18 edging of the St. Thomas Hawks, in London Minor Football Association atom action, at City Wide Fields. It is the first loss for the Hawks after opening the season at 4-0. Now the Hawks and Cobras are tied for first place at 4-1-0, two points up on the Red Storm (2-0-2). Both the Hawks’ tyke (21-7) and peewee (21-8) teams won their games versus the Cobras.
September 30, 2018
LONDON, ON. - Mason Glover and Kolten Bergeron scored touchdowns as the St. Thomas Hawks improve to 4-0, muzzling the Bulldogs, 15-0, in atom action, for the London Minor Football Association, at City Wide Fields. The Hawks sit alone in first place, two points up on the 3-1 Cobras. Over their first four games, the Hawks have outscored their opponents, 72-13.
September 23, 2018
LONDON, ON. - Mason Glover scored a rushing touchdown and caught a TD pass from Kolton Bergeron, helping the St. Thomas Hawks defeat the Wolverines, 18-7, in London Minor Football Association Atom action, at City Wide Fields. Bergeron also ran the ball in to the end zone for a touchdown.
"We had a full team effort for 60 minutes. Our defence was gang tackling and flying to the ball," Hawks coach Andrew Walker said. "The offence was moving the ball on all drives and working as a team." The Hawks also shined with their sportsmanship, adds Walker, "on the part of Matt Poppelton helping up players on the other team when they got knocked down."
September 9, 2018
LONDON, ON. - The Hammers didn't waste time avenging a loss to the St. Thomas Hawks in the 2017 peewee final. On opening day of the 2018 London Minor Football Association season, the Hammers scored three touchdowns in the second half, on way to a 30-12 win over the Hawks, at City Wide Field. Both the Hawks' tyke (35-21) and atom (31-6) teams won their openers.
November 8, 2017
LONDON, ON. -
No one could stop the St. Thomas Hawks this year, not even a team of Hammers.
Joey Crevits scored two touchdowns and quarterback Brady Lidster was named MVP, leading the Hawks to the London Minor Football Association peewee title, breaking the Hammers, 41-11, in the final, at City Wide Fields. In a game played over two days, interrupted due to lightning on Sunday, the Hawks never wavered, completing an undefeated season, at 9-0, including playoffs, outscoring their opposition, 330-46. Lidster, ran in for a TD, kicked a field goal and booted all four two-point convert attempts. Henry McGuigan and Ethan Dolby, also found the end zone.
St. Thomas led 8-0 after one quarter, when the game was suspended. The Hawks held an 18-3, at half-time.
September 17, 2017
LONDON, ON. - Ethan Dolby and Joey Crevits, each scored two touchdowns, to lead the St. Thomas Hawks over the Panthers, in London Minor Football peewee action, at City Wide Fields. The Hawks led 16-0 at half-time, on their way to improving to 2-0.
September 10, 2017
LONDON, ON. - The St. Thomas Hawks' peewee team kicked off the 2017 London Minor Football Association season, devouring the Rams, 56-14, at City Wide Fields. Joey Crevits, Brady Lidster, Will Kervin and Liam McGuigan, combined for seven touchdowns. Lidster, the Hawks' quarterback and kicker, also made good on all seven two-point converts. Leading 8-6 after one quarter and 32-14 at half-time, the Hawks tore up the Rams in the second half.