It will be interesting to see what Warriors head coach Chris Bertoia has in mind for St. David quarterback Justin Henderson at the University of Waterloo next year.
Niagara Falls A.N. Myer quarterback Tre Ford recently committed to UW as well so it would make sense one or the other -- likely Henderson -- will be called on to play a different position at the OUA level.
Henderson, who also played defensive back and kicked for the Celtics, was open to the idea of playing another position when asked about the possibility last month.
"I know I'm athletic enough to play other positions, like DB or wide receiver, so if they need me to go to a different place and help out, then for sure, I'm open to anything," he said.
No matter where he ends up playing, Bertoia has landed a good one in Henderson -- a great athlete and extremely nice kid to boot.
Speaking of nice kids, Resurrection hockey player Megan Fergusson was all smiles Monday when she talked about moving on to play NCAA hockey next year at Merrimack College near Boston.
The talented forward -- she's currently the leading scorer for the Waterloo K-W Rangers of the Provincial Women's Hockey League -- had several options on the table but said Merrimack was the perfect fit.
Fergusson spent two years at Cameron Heights before making the move to Resurrection at the start of Grade 11.