VIDEO: Rob Ford's football team defeated in GTA final
Rob Ford and his Don Bosco Eagles were not able to channel the Grey Cup-winning form of the Toronto Argonauts in their championship game against Newmarket's Huron Heights Secondary Warriors.
Don Bosco started the game flat-footed and turned the ball over several times, allowing the Warriors to lead by a pair of touchdowns early on.
Despite ramping up their play early in the second half, the hole dug by Eagles fumbles and penalties was just too big to get out of.
Huron Heights went on to win by a score of 28-14, clinching the GTA's high school football championship.
The game -- dubbed the 'Metro Bowl' -- was played at Rogers Centre in front of a crowd of roughly 600.
Supporters from both schools were in the stands, as well as Toronto residents who had no attachment to either team.
Many came out to support Rob Ford in the wake of a judge's ruling in a conflict of interest case that ordered the mayor out of office.