CFC50 2018 high school RANKINGS (5): Rankings rocked as head to head matchups produce a sea of red

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No. 1 St. Thomas More Knights (3-0, 0-1) – We would like to say it was a tough one for the Knights this past week, but once again, they blanked their opponent 45-0. They will go up against the Bishop Tonnos Titans on the 5th.

No. 2 Harry Ainlay Titans (3-0, 2-0) – It continues to be a blood bath for anyone playing against Harry Ainlay these days. With a 77-0 score over Jasper Place, we are not sure if or when the white flag came out. It was 40-0 at the half, backups came in, and the clock ran for the rest of the game. Spruce Grove will get much of the same next week as they prepare to face the most dominant team, in our opinion, in Alberta, at the moment.

No. 3 Séminaire Saint-François Blizzard (4-0) – Roger-Comtois didn’t have a chance. The Blizzard rolled over them 40-0 this past weekend. However, next weekend is the game we are all waiting for. They will face the No. 7 Saint-Jean Eudes Condors. The Condors are ranked first in the Quebec standings as they have played one more game than the Blizzard, but both are undefeated. The top two offenses and defenses in juvenile d1 football will go head to head. A lot is on the line this game. We believe that this is probably the best game across Canada this Thanksgiving weekend.

No. 4 St. Francis Browns (2-0, 2-0) – While the Browns were scheduled to play the Centennial Coyotes, the Coyotes forfeited the game so the Browns played in a non-conference matchup with the Tier 3, Cochrane Cobras, where they won 53-26. While the score may not be indicative of the competition, we were informed that it wasn’t until the last 5 minutes of the game that the Browns pulled their starters. Cochrane played these folks hard, so shout out to them! St. Francis is off next week, and then will face the Notre Dame Pride on the 11th. This is the game that we are all holding our breath for in Calgary.

No. 5 Holy Names Knights (3-0, 0-1) – The Knights dominated the Villanova Wildcats, 44-7, this past weekend. We are curious to see how they play next weekend against No. 14 Herman, who will be coming off a bye and beat l’Essor, 36-3, and St. Anne’s, 52-0, in previous weeks.

No. 6 New Westminster Hyacks ( 3-0, 1-1) – We wish that one of these weeks we could report that the Hyacks played in all three phases of their game. Unfortunately, it wasn’t this week. While they did come out with a 20-6 win over the No. 45 South Delta Sun Devils, it sure wasn’t pretty. With 23 penalties and 343 yards of penalties between both teams, we’re surprised they both came out alive. We weren’t lying when we said that this was going to be an emotionally charged game. That being said, the Hyacks keep their undefeated record (regular season) and move on to face a gritty, tough No. 50 Notre Dame team on Friday.

No. 7 Saint-Jean-Eudes Condors (5-0) – The Condors beat Academie Saint-Louis, 30-7, on the weekend. As mentioned above, they will have their hardest, and probably only true test, when they face the Blizzard on the 6th.

No. 8 Catholic Central Crusaders (2-0, 1-1) – Catholic Central beat soundly St. Thomas Aquinas, 40-3, on the weekend. They will move on to face St. Andre Bessette on the 4th.

No. 9 Vincent Massey Trojans (4-0, 1-0) – With a 44-0 win over the Sturgeon Heights Huskies on the weekend, the Trojans move up one spot to No. 9. With a quarterback (Jackson Tachinski) who went 12/18 for 216 passing yards and 3 passing touchdowns and carried it once for 21 yards, it seems the Trojans are positioning themselves to make a run for the provincial champion title. We won’t get too carried away just yet, though, as they take on the Dakota Lancers who are a tough team and currently sit 3-1 in the regular season.

No. 10 A.B Lucas Vikings (2-0, 2-0) – Newcomer to the top 10, the Vikings are playing determined. They pulled the upset on No. 26 London South with their 34-7 win this past weekend, took out Wilfrid Laurier 42-7 the week before, beat No. 24 Jacob Hespeler in non-conference 26-19 and CFC10 St. Mike’s, 29-15, at the start of September. The win over South was not predicted by us, that’s for sure. Congratulations to them. They get a nice break for Thanksgiving and will be back at it on the 11th when they face East Elgin.

CFC50 RANKINGS for Week 5

RK Wk 4 Team City Prov. Conf. Rec. Non-Conf. Rec. LAST RSLT – wk 5
1 1 St. Thomas More Knights Hamilton ON 3-0 0-1 won 45-0 v. St. Mary’s
2 2 Harry Ainlay Titans Edmonton AB 3-0 2-0 won 77-0 v. Jasper Place
3 3 Séminaire Saint-François Blizzard Quebec QC 4-0 won 40-0 v. Roger-Comtois
4 4 St. Francis Browns Calgary AB 2-0 2-0 won 53-26 v. Cochrane, FORFEIT won 21-0 v. Centennial
5 5 Holy Names Knights Windsor ON 3-0 0-1 won 44-7 v. Villanova
6 6 New Westminster Hyacks New Westminster BC 3-0 1-1 won 20-6 v. South Delta
7 8 Saint-Jean-Eudes Condors Québec QC 5-0 won 30-7 v. Academie Saint-Louis
8 9 Catholic Central Crusaders London ON 2-0 1-1 won 40-3 v. St. Thomas Aquinas
9 10 Vincent Massey Trojans Winnipeg MB 4-0 1-0 won 44-0 v. Sturgeon Hts.
10 36 A.B Lucas Vikings London ON 2-0 2-0 won 34-7 v. London South
11 15 Holy Trinity Titans Oakville ON 2-0-1 won 34-3 v. St. Ignatius of Loyola
12 16 St. Paul’s Crusaders Winnipeg MB 3-1 won 56-0 v. Steinbach
13 18 Leboldus Golden Suns Regina SK 4-0 0-1 won 19-7 v. Campbell
14 14 W.F. Herman Green Griffins Windsor ON 2-0 BYE
15 22 Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers Surrey BC 2-0 1-1 won 20-14 v. Terry Fox
16 27 Cardinal Newman Cardinals Stoney Creek ON 2-1 won 44-10 v. St. Jean de Brebeuf
17 28 Huron Heights Warriors Newmarket ON 2-2 won 35-22 v. St. Marcellinus
18 19 Holy Trinity Titans Courtice ON 2-0 1-0 won 39-0 v. Brooklin
19 21 Notre Dame Pride Calgary AB 3-0 0-1 won 41-9 v. Henry Wise Wood
20 11 Terry Fox Ravens Port Coquitlam BC 2-1 2-0 lost 20-14 v. Lord Tweedsmuir
21 24 Salisbury Sabres Sherwood Park AB 4-0 0-1 won 52-7 v. AOB
22 25 Nelson Lords Burlington ON 1-0 2-0 won 46-0 v. Iroquois Ridge
23 26 Centennial Chargers Saskatoon SK 4-0 won 48-2 v. North Battleford
24 NR Jacob Hespeler Hawks Cambridge ON 2-0 0-1 won 36-12 v. BCI
25 NR Resurrection Phoenix Waterloo ON 2-0 won 47-13 v St Mary
26 7 London South Lions London ON 1-1 1-0 lost 34-7 v. A.B. Lucas
27 31 Vancouver College Fighting Irish Vancouver BC 4-0 1-0 won 55-26 v. Mt. Douglas
28 41 L.C.I. Rams Lethbridge AB 2-0 2-2 won 24-21 v. Raymond
29 30 Tantramar Regional Titans Sackville NB 4-0 won 52-0 v. Fredericton
30 29 St. Marcellinus Spirit Mississauga ON 1-0 0-2 lost 35-22 v. Huron Hts.
31 37 St. Roch Ravens Brampton ON 2-1 1-0 won 14-10 v. Lorne Park
32 50 College Notre-Dame Montreal QC 3-2 won 37-27 v. Cure-Antoine-Labelle
33 33 St. Matthew Tigers Ottawa ON 1-0 0-1 CANCELLED v. Philemon Wright (weather)
34 34 A. N. Myer Marauders Niagara Falls ON 2-0 0-1 won 45-6 v. Westlane
35 35 Holy Cross Crusaders Saskatoon SK 4-0 won 38-2 v. Walter Murray
36 23 Raymond Comets Raymond AB 1-1 2-1 lost 24-21 v. LCI
37 13 Lorne Park Spartans Mississauga ON 0-1 2-1 lost 14-10 v. St. Roch
38 38 Notre Dame College Fighting Irish Welland ON 2-0 won 36-0 v. Blessed Trinity
39 39 Citadel Phoenix Halifax NS 3-0 WAITING v. CP Allan (Monday, Oct. 1- PM game)
40 40 St. Thomas More Knights Burnaby BC 4-0 won 35-12 v. Centennial
41 20 Curé-Antoine-Labelle Loups Laval QC 2-2 lost 37-27 v. College Notre-Dame
42 43 Arnprior Rapids Arnprior ON 3-0 won 71-0 v. Fellowes
43 44 Sir Allan MacNab Lions Hamilton ON 3-0 0-1 won 47-0 v. Glendale
44 45 Miller Marauders Regina SK 3-1 won 37-7 v. O’Neill
45 42 Mount Douglas Rams Victoria BC 2-2 lost 55-26 v. Vancouver College
46 46 Northern Red Knights Toronto ON 1-0 0-1 won 13-10 v. Birchmount
47 50 College Charles-Lemoyne Longueuil QC 3-2 won 32-21 v. Triolet
48 48 College Jean-Eudes Montreal QC 2-2 BYE
49 17 Henry Wise Wood Warriors Calgary AB 1-1 1-0 lost 41-9 v. Notre Dame
50 49 Notre Dame Jugglers Burnaby BC 2-0 1-1 FORFEIT won 15-0 v. Belmont
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