CFC50 2018 high school RANKINGS (11): Two more provincial champions crowned, disbelief in QC as top 10 gets upset

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No. 1 St. Thomas More (8-0, 0-1) – The Knights had a busy week with two games played. The first, they won 47-0 against Cathedral for the HWCD semifinal and then went on to beat CFC50 Cardinal Newman in the final. These performances have earned them the right to compete for one of two bids to represent GHAC in the OFSAA Bowl. And compete they will against CFC50 No. 19, the Nelson Lords who are also undefeated at 7-0. CFC predicts that STM won’t be giving up the number 1 spot anytime soon, but with how things went this last week, we may be eating our words.

No. 2 Harry Ainlay (8-0, 2-0) – The Edmonton city championship was a rematch of the CFC50 Salisbury Sabres who lost to the Titans in week 7, 10-26. This past week’s result was not much different with the final score being 25-7 for Harry Ainlay. Ainlay moves on in the Alberta playdowns and will face the Lindsay Thurber Raiders (8-2) in the north regional finals. The winner of this game will go on to the Alberta Bowl Tier 1 provincial finals on Nov. 24th.

No 3. Catholic Central (7-0, 2-1) – CCH had a solid win over St. Joseph’s, 38-6 for the London District final. They will now for for the WOSSAA final against CFC50 No. 6 A.B Lucas who is also undefeated at 8-0.

No. 4 W.F. Herman (6-0) – Herman has slowly worked their way up the CFC50 rankings all season – just handling their business. They beat Sandwich, 39-14, this past week in the WECSSAA semifinal. They will challenge Holy Names (7-1) in the final. These two teams met back in week 4 where Herman beat Holy Names, 17-9.

No. 5 Seminaire Saint-Francois (9-1) – Look who’s back on top in the juvenile division 1 league in Quebec. They beat Cure-Antoine-Labelle, 39-29, for the chance to once again compete in the Bol d’Or. After the surprising upset of the CFC50s College Jean-Eudes/Saint-Jean-Eudes game last week where College Jean-Eudes (6-4) was the victor, the Blizzard will play CJE for the provincial title.

No. 6 A.B Lucas (8-0, 2-0) – In what sounded like it a tough, defensive battle, the Vikings defeated CFC50 No. 24 London South in the TVRA final and lived to see another day. Whether they like what that day looks or not is the question as they will now face CFC50 No. 3, the Catholic Central Crusaders in the WOSSAA final.

No. 7 Lord Tweedsmuir (6-0, 1-1) – It starts to heat up now in British Columbia with the wild card round done and on to the quarterfinals. Tweedy was on a bye for that round and now get back to work against the New Westminster Hyacks (5-3, 1-1) who are coming out of the wild card round with a win against Abbotsford, 44-7. This will be the first time these two teams have played each other since 2012 at the senior level. They match up pretty well with boatloads of athletes. Look for an acrobatic show!

No. 8 Vincent Massey WPG (9-0-1, 1-0) – Congratulations are in order for the Trojans as they are the new Manitoba AAA provincial champions as they beat the CFC50 No. 16 St. Paul’s. How this went down in nothing short of epic as the Trojans scored a touchdown late in the 4th to give them the lead 28-25. The Crusaders had their chance to kick the field goal and tie it up to send them into OT, but the kick was blocked and the Trojans came out the victors. We can only imagine the elation and devastation from both teams, but that’s why we love playoffs. We’ll be seeing these two back at it next season.

No. 9 Notre Dame CGY (8-0, 0-1) – The Pride also played two games this past week; one against Bishop O’Byrne, 32-3, and CFC50 Henry Wise Wood, 29-12 for the Calgary city final. They will go on to play the CFC50 St. Francis Browns (4-2) – another rematch from earlier in the season. You may recall they won that thriller, 14-10, at McMahon Stadium. The Browns will try to earn the right to get back to the Alberta Bowl, but they will have to get by the Pride first in the south regional semifinal.

No. 10 Miller (8-2) – And then there was Miller. Say hello to the 2018 Saskatchewan 4a 12-man provincial champions as they went on to beat soundly the CFC50 No. 43, the Centennial Chargers from Saskatoon. The final score of that game was 45-0. The last time Miller won the championship was back in 1971 when they beat Evan Hardy, 33-7. Congratulations to the Marauders.

CFC50 RANKINGS for Week 11

RK Wk 10 School/Team Mascot City Prov. Conf. Rec. Non-Conf. Rec. LAST RSLT – wk 11
1 1 St. Thomas More Knights Hamilton ON 8-0 0-1 won 17-7 v. Cardinal Newman (HWCD T1 final), won 47-0 v. Cathedral (semifinal)
2 2 Harry Ainlay Titans Edmonton AB 8-0 2-0 won 25-7 v. Salisbury (city final)
3 4 Catholic Central Crusaders London ON 7-0 2-1 won 38-6 v. St. Joseph’s (London Dis. final)
4 5 W.F. Herman Green Griffins Windsor ON 6-0 won 39-14 v. Sandwich (semifinal)
5 6 Séminaire Saint-François Blizzard Quebec QC 9-1 won 39-29 v. Cure-Antoine-Labelle (semifinal)
6 7 A.B Lucas Vikings London ON 8-0 2-0 won 14-8 v. London South (TVRA final)
7 8 Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers Surrey BC 6-0 1-1 BYE
8 10 Vincent Massey Trojans Winnipeg MB 9-0-1 (season final) 1-0 won 28-25 v. St. Paul’s (provincial final)
9 9 Notre Dame Pride Calgary AB 8-0 0-1 won 29-12 v. Henry Wise Wood (city final), won 32-3 v. Bishop O’Byrne (semifinal)
10 11 Miller Marauders Regina SK 8-2 (season final) won 45-0 v. Centennial (provincial final)
11 12 Vancouver College Fighting Irish Vancouver BC 8-0 1-1 BYE
12 13 St. Francis Browns Calgary AB 4-2 2-0 won 40-0 v. LCI (regional semifinal), lost 11-12 OT v. Henry Wisewood (semifinal)
13 14 Holy Names Knights Windsor ON 7-1 0-1 won 45-6 v. Villanova (semifinal)
14 36 College Jean-Eudes Aigles Montreal QC 6-4 won 24-17 v. Saint-Jean-Eudes (semifinal)
15 19 Holy Trinity Titans Courtice ON 7-0 1-0 won 52-6 v. Donald A. Wilson (LOSSA semifinal)
16 16 St. Paul’s Crusaders Winnipeg MB 7-2 (season final) lost 25-28 v. Vincent Massey (provincial final)
17 17 Huron Heights Warriors Newmarket ON 6-3 DNP (next Baltimore (MD) Nov. 17
18 20 St. Thomas More Knights Burnaby BC 8-1 1-0 won 27-14 v. Nanaimo (wild card)
19 22 Nelson Lords Burlington ON 7-0 2-0 won 37-12 v. Garth Webb (HSSAA final)
20 23 Jacob Hespeler Hawks Cambridge ON 8-0 0-1 won 37-7 v. Elmira (WCSSAA final), won 35-7 v. SJA
21 25 Terry Fox Ravens Port Coquitlam BC 7-2 2-0 won 49-6 v. Carson Graham (wild card)
22 3 Saint-Jean-Eudes Condors Québec QC 8-1 (season final) lost 17-24 v. College Jean-Eudes (semifinal)
23 18 Cardinal Newman Cardinals Stoney Creek ON 6-2 (season final) lost 7-17 v. STM (HWCD T1 final), won 31-12 v. Bishop Ryan (semifinal)
24 21 London South Lions London ON 6-2 (season final) 1-0 lost 8-14 v. AB Lucas (TVRA final)
25 33 Leboldus Golden Suns Regina SK 8-1 (season final) 0-1
26 27 Tantramar Regional Titans Sackville NB 8-0 (season final) NB Provincial Champions
27 29 A. N. Myer Marauders Niagara Falls ON 7-0 0-1 BYE
28 24 Salisbury Sabres Sherwood Park AB 6-2 (season final) 0-1 lost 7-25 v. Harry Ainlay (city final)
29 32 St. Peter’s Knights Ottawa ON 7-0 won 31-21 v. Ashbury (NCSSAA final), won 29-1 v. St. Mark (semifinal)
30 35 Mount Douglas Rams Victoria BC 03-May won 35-7 v. Kelowna (wild card)
31 37 Barrie North Vikings Barrie ON 8-0 won 8-6 v. Eastview (SCAA final)
32 NR St. Paul Patriots Welland ON 4-2 won 21-7 v. Notre Dame (NCAA final)
33 38 Citadel Phoenix Halifax NS 9-0 won 37-6 v. SJA (semifinal)
34 NR Corpus Christi Oakville ON 4-2 won 13-9 v. Holy Trinity (HCAA finals)
35 41 Korah Colts Sault Ste Marie ON 8-0 won 34-11 v. West Ferris (NOSSA final)
36 42 South Delta Sun Devils Delta BC 5-3 won 45-22 v. Mission (wild card)
37 43 St. Joan of Arc Knights Barrie ON 8-0 won 28-7 v. St. Thomas Aquinas (CSACS final)
38 44 Notre Dame Jugglers Burnaby BC 6-2 1-1 won 56-14 v. WJ Mouat (wild card)
39 48 Henry Wise Wood Warriors Calgary AB 6-3 (season final) 1-0 lost 21-29 v. Notre Dame (city final), won 12-11 OT v. St. Francis (semifinal)
40 NR Lorne Park Spartans Mississauga ON 2-5 2-1 won 28-7 v. St. Marcellinus (ROPSSAA final)
41 45 Etobicoke Rams Etobicoke ON 6-0 won 13-0 v. Birchmount Park CI (quarterfinal)
42 50 Almonte Thunderbolts Almonte ON 6-0 won 32-14 v. Arnprior (LRFL final)
43 31 Centennial Chargers Saskatoon SK 7-2 (season final) lost 0-45 v. Miller (provincial final)
44 26 L.C.I. Rams Lethbridge AB 5-1 (season final) 2-3 lost 0-40 v. St. Francis (regional quarterfinal)
45 34 Holy Cross Crusaders Saskatoon SK 7-1 (season final)
46 39 Raymond Comets Raymond AB 2-2 (season final) 2-1
47 40 Curé-Antoine-Labelle Loups Laval QC 5-5 (season final) lost 29-39 v. Sem. Saint-Francois (semifinal)
48 NR Westmount Wildcats Hamilton Public ON 7-0 0-1 won Westdale 24-23 (Ham public final)
49 47 College Charles-Lemoyne Longueuil QC 4-5 (season final)
50 49 College Notre-Dame Cactus Montreal QC 4-5 (season final)

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The CFC50 rankings considers all conference and non-conference games (in Canada and the United States) while scrimmages are not evaluated (there is no such thing as an exhibition game – those are classified as non-conference games) and forfeit* wins are not considered towards overall record.

How is the CFC50 evaluated?

Leagues included in rankings: British Columbia AAA Varsity, Alberta Tier One, Saskatchewan 12-man 4A, Manitoba AAA Varsity, Ontario OFSAA Bowl qualified teams, Quebec Juvenile Division 1, New Brunswick 12-man, Nova Scotia Tier 1.

The CFC50 is a RELATIVE RANKING that considers top tier leagues from all eight high school playing provinces (minimum one team represented from each province) and the strength of the league that they play in. Additional criteria used to determine the relative ranking are the ability to accomplish winning a championship, the impact players and performers on that team (ie. CFC100s, CDN All-Stars etc.), and a team’s coaching and recent tradition.

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