CFC50 2017 high school RANKINGS (10): Hyacks move up in top 10, 3 newcomers to list as playoffs heat up

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No. 1 South Lions (5-0*, 1-0) – With the Lions win over Central this past weekend, 35-0, they will go on to play A.B Lucas (5-0) in the TVDSB Central semifinal on the 10th. This should be a very good game and probably the only one outside of the OFSAA Bowl Festival that will really showcase both team’s talent. 

No. 2 Séminaire Saint-François Blizzard (10-0) – Coming off their first round bye, the Blizzard will have had two weeks to prepare for their semifinal match against Saint-Jean-Eudes who won their quarter final.

No. 3 St. Francis Browns (6-0) – The Browns are also coming off a first round bye and will face the 3-5 Centennial Coyotes in the Calgary High School division 1 league. 

No. 4 St. Paul’s Crusaders (7-0*) – St. Paul’s played Vincent Massey in the semifinal round of the Anavets Bowl in the WHSFL this past weekend where they won 35-7. We already see the writing on the wall in this won as they face the Dakota Lancers for the Championship. Look for the Crusaders to hoist the trophy once again this year. 

No. 5 A. N. Myer Marauders (6-0, 1-0) – With a second shutout against Sir Winston Churchill, 42-0 (59-0 in regular season), the Marauders will move on to the Tier 1 Championship game against Greater Fort Erie in the Niagara Region.

No. 6 St. Thomas More Knights (5-0, 1-1) –  STM was also idle this past weekend as they watched to see who they would play in their semifinal game in the Hamilton Catholic District. They will play St. Mary’s on Friday. Look for STM to be moving on.

No. 7 Harry Ainlay Titans (9-0, 2-0) – The Titans won comfortably over a banged up Bellerose team in the Metro Athletics league in Edmonton, 48-14 this past weekend and are now the 2017 Edmonton City Champions. They will now go on to play Salisbury (5-4) in the regional playoff to determine who will play against the Southern champion.

No. 8 New Westminster Hyacks (7-0, 2-1) – Moving up one spot in the CFC50 rankings, the Hyacks beat No. 30 the South Delta Sun Devils convincingly, 63-16 and were awarded the Kushnir Boot Trophy for their last regular season game. They earned a bye for the wild card round in the BCHSFB league and will have two weeks to wait for their opponent for the quarterfinals.

No. 9 Huron Heights Warriors (5-0, 1-1) – Shutting out St. Maximilian, 49-0, this past weekend, the Warriors remain undefeated. They will start their playoff run.

No. 10 Holy Names Knights (6-0, 2-0) – The Knights will play St. Anne for their first semifinal playoff game as they were also idle this past weekend.

#CFC50 RANKINGS

RK Last Wk School/Team Mascot City Prov. Conf. Rec. Non-Conf. Rec. LAST RSLT – wk 6
1 1 South Lions London ON 5-0* 1-0 won 35-0 v. Central (forfeit)
2 2 Séminaire Saint-François Blizzard Quebec QC 9-0 IDLE
3 3 St. Francis Browns Calgary AB 6-0 IDLE
4 4 St. Paul’s Crusaders Winnipeg MB 7-0* won 35-7 v. Vincent Massey (semifinal)
5 5 A. N. Myer Marauders Niagara Falls ON 6-0 1-0 won 42-0 v. Sir Winston Churchill (semifinal)
6 6 St. Thomas More Knights Hamilton ON 5-0 1-1 IDLE
7 7 Harry Ainlay Titans Edmonton AB 9-0 2-0 won 48-14 v. Bellerose (city final)
8 9 New Westminster Hyacks New Westminster BC 7-0 2-1 won 63-16 v. South Delta
9 8 Huron Heights Warriors Newmarket ON 5-0 1-1 won 49-0 v. St. Maximilian
10 10 Holy Names Knights Windsor ON 6-0 2-0 IDLE
11 13 St. Matthew Tigers Ottawa ON 4-0* won 40-0 v. Holy Trinity
12 12 Notre Dame Pride Calgary AB 4-1 1-0 IDLE
13 14 W.F. Herman Green Griffins Windsor ON 5-1* IDLE
14 17 Holy Trinity Titans Oakville ON 7-0 1-0 won 36-0 v. Corpus Christi
15 16 St. Thomas Aquinas London ON 6-0 IDLE
16 18 Triolet Harfangs Sherbrooke QC 8-2 won 24-17 v. Roger-Comtois (quarterfinal)
17 29 Centennial Chargers Saskatoon SK 8-1 won 34-28 v. Holy Cross (city final)
18 20 St. Thomas More Knights Burnaby BC 7-0 2-0 won 21-7 v. Mission
19 23 Saint-Jean-Eudes Condors Québec QC 7-3 won 42-21 v. Académie Saint-Louis (quarterfinal)
20 33 Campbell Tartans Regina SK 7-1-1 won 27-25 v. Leboldus (city final)
21 21 Citadel Phoenix Halifax NS 8-0 IDLE
22 22 Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers Surrey BC 5-1 1-1 DNP no contest v. Kelowna***
23 11 Holy Cross Crusaders Saskatoon SK 8-1 final lost 34-28 v. Centennial (city final)
24 24 Holy Trinity Titans Courtice ON 6-0 won 30-0 v. O’Neill
25 25 Cardinal Newman Cardinals Stoney Creek ON 6-1 won 28-7 v. St. Jean de Brebeuf (quarterfinal)
26 27 Nelson Lords Burlington ON 5-0* 0-2 won 17-0 v. Oakville Trafalgar (forfeit)
27 28 Richview Saints Toronto ON 5-0* won 35-0 v. Lawrence Park
28 32 St. Marcellinus Spirit Mississauga ON 5-1 1-1 won 56-0 v. d’Youville
29 36 Jacob Hespeler Hawks Cambridge ON 7-0 0-1 won 38-7 v. Waterloo Oxford District
30 37 Sir Allan MacNab Hamilton ON 7-0 won 43-7 v. Saltfleet (semifinal)
31 31 Korah Colts Sault Ste. Marie ON 8-0 IDLE
32 43 Curé-Antoine-Labelle Loups Laval QC 8-2 won 42-0 v. les Estacades
33 35 Nantyr Shores Tritons Innisfil ON 7-0* won 1-0 v. Collingwood (forfeit-quarterfinal), won 20-0 v. Barrie North (semifinal)
34 38 Notre Dame Fighting Irish Niagara Falls ON 7-0 won 35-13 v. Lakeshore Catholic
35 42 Terry Fox Ravens Port Coquitlam BC 5-2 1-1 won 75-6 v. Centennial
36 19 Seaquam Seahawks Delta BC 5-2 1-0 lost 35-28 v. Mount Douglas
37 15 St. Roch Ravens Brampton ON 4-2 2-0 lost 18-17 v. David Suzuki
38 26 Leboldus Golden Suns Regina SK 6-2-1 final lost v. 27-25 v. Campbell (city final)
39 34 Académie Saint-Louis Arsenal Quebec QC 05-May lost 42-21 v. Saint-Jean-Eudes (quarterfinal)
40 44 Lorne Park Spartans Mississauga ON 4-1 0-1 won 31-0 v. St. Thomas Aquinas
41 41 Catholic Central Crusaders London ON 5-1 0-1 IDLE
42 45 Tantramar Regional Titans Sackville NB 8-1 won 35-0 v. Riverview (semifinal)
43 30 South Delta Sun Devils Delta BC 5-2 2-1 lost 63-16 v. New Westminster
44 50 L.C.I. Rams Lethbridge AB 4-2 4-0 won 31-10 v. Raymond (region 1, tier 1 final)
45 NR Dakota Lancers Winnipeg MB 6-2* won 42-0 v. Sisler (semifinal)
46 40 Bellerose Bulldogs St. Albert AB 5-2 3-0 lost 48-14 v. Harry Ainlay (city final)
47 48 Guelph CVI Gaels Guelph ON 6-0 won 13-10 v. Centennial (semifinal)
48 NR Mount Douglas Rams Victoria BC 4-3 1-2 won 35-28 v. Seaquam
49 NR Henry Wise Wood Warriors Calgary AB 4-4 won 39-23 v. Ernest Manning (quarterfinal)
50 NR Sir Wilfrid Laurier Rams London ON 5-1 won 27-8 v. Clarke Road

 

Previous Ranking: Week 1, Week 2 , Week 3, Week 4, Week 5, Week 6, Week 7, Week 8, Week 9,*** game cancelled due to weather conditions in Rocky Mountains – was ruled no contest by BCHSFB

 

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One Comment

  1. Avatar Travis Vankoughentt says:

    I am a resident in Kingston Ontario and we have a local High School team that has completely dominated this season. The Holy Cross Catholic Secondary School Crusaders are 7-0. They are much bigger stronger and faster than any team in the KASSAA area, an area that has been pretty successful in the OFSSAA loop over the years. The teams QB has a very strong arm and can make decisions in a split second. Whether he is throwing to the TE who is 6’5 or one of 2 WR they have that seem to be un-coverable there offense is amazing. Also there offensive line led by a 6’8 300lb LG, seems to be the best in years in this city. Now the Defense, they have been dominate in the run game even when playing a 3-3 stack with lots of pressure on the QB as well the D-line is the best I have ever seen. This team should be checked out as they seem like they are OFSSAA bound with no one stopping them.

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