CAMBRIDGE – Humber men's rugby (3-3, 3rd West) picked up a crucial win Friday, defeating Conestoga (2-4, 4th West), 36-14.
The Hawks entered the final game of the season, needing a win to advance to the postseason for the first time since 2014.
After trailing early to begin the game, Humber scored 19 unanswered points to take the lead for good.
Scott Kisiel led the Hawks in scoring, scoring two tries for ten points, while Richard Sheffield added six points on three conversions. Juan Manago, Curtis Sandiford, Daniel Sheffield, and Shemar Sheffield all recorded a try in the win.
- Richard Sheffield finishes the season as Humber's leading scorer with 36 points.
- Humber is 8-0 all-time in postseason play under the guidance of head coach Fabian Rayne.
Humber rugby will now travel to Algonquin next weekend for a cross-over game. The date and time have yet to be determined.