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Burnaby B.C. Barons (1972-1973)

 

Years of Operation: 1972-1973

 

Overall Record

 

First Game:

 

First Win:

 

Final Game:

League Affiliation:  

Northwest International Football League (1973)

 

 

Team Headquarters:  Burnaby, British Columbia

Owner:

 

General Manager:

 

Coaches: Bill Robinson (1973)

 

Home Field(s):

Titles Won

None

 

 

 

Honors

 

All-League


All-America

 

QB Glenn Faustmann led a Baron's attack connecting with Mike Wolfe for  a 70 yard bomb on the opening play of the game and later hitting Ian Hickenbotham and Bill Robinson for scores.  Ron Mackie kicked two conversions in topping the BC Chargers 20-6.

 

Faustmann, Robinson, Paul Boreovich scored offensive TD's while DE Dennis Fancuhhi scooped up a fumble for another score to down Snohomish.  Ron Mackie hit all 4 PATs.

 

 

Eight members of the Barons led the NIFL All-Stars to a 14-7 victory over league champion Pierce County.

 

Mike Wolfe caught a 14-yd TD and Dennis Fanuchki caught a 35-yd TD from the Cavaliers Bob Cason.  Whidbey Islands' Clarence Coleman added a 2-pt conversion.

1973 Schedule/Results (1-5):

 
Aug 18 - Skagit Valley Raiders 18-20
Aug 25 @ Pierce County Bengals 14-44
Sep 1 - British Columbia Chargers 20-6
Sep 15 - Snohomish County Ramblers 28-6
Sep 29 - Seattle Cavaliers 30-29
   
Oct 14 @ Pierce County Bengals 0-27
   
Oct 28 - Burien Flyers  
Nov 3 - Pierce County Bengals # 9-28
   - Can-Am Bowl Game (Vancouver, Canada)
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 

 

*NIFL Playoffs

 

**NIFL Championship

 
   
   

 

Photos

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News Releases

WR - Glen Faustman (1974- signs with BC Lions)

 
 
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