#CFC50 Games of the Week (ONT) RECAP [4]: Ontario teams continue their dominance in week four

We will be previewing and recapping the #CFC50 Games of the Week. While this will be generally geared towards the #CFC50 ranked teams, we want to hear from you if there are great rivalry games or exciting matchups, regardless of tier or division, that we aren’t aware of. Send us a ‘heads up’ by WEDNESDAY each week and we’ll see what we can do: info@canadafootballchat.com.

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….and now let’s get to it with this week’s #CFC50 Games of the Week RECAP

No. 2 W. F. Herman Green Griffins (3-0) v. Kennedy (1-1)
The Griffins enjoyed another week of shutout football with a sound 38-0 victory over Kennedy to improve their record to 3-0. Herman’s Branden McCraney stood out with two touchdown runs of 65 and 25 yards, while quarterback Michael Beale was able to connect with Dante Lewis for two touchdown passes to compliment a solid defensive performance.

No. 5 A. N. Myer Marauders (3-0) v. Westlane (0-2)
After building up a sizable 28-0 lead at the end of the first quarter, A. N. Myer had a little bit of fun on their way to a 57-13 win over Westlane. The 28 point cushion allowed the Marauders to rotate in many of their bench players to get some valuable playing time, while #CFC100 twin brothers QB Tre Ford and ATH Tyrell Ford switched positions for a few series resulting in Tyrell throwing a touchdown pass for a change. Tyrell still may have some way to go before he can reach his brother’s level under centre however, with Tre compiling a very impressive statline in limited action finishing with three touchdown passes, including a 60 yard hook up with Rico Charbonneau who was also on the receiving end of Tyrell’s touchdown toss as well. Other Marauders who joined in on the scoring action included Hayden O’Toole who had a 45 yard scamper for a touchdown, Rushon Dagelman who found the endzone on runs of 25 and 30 yards, Jake Andrews who added another 40 yard rushing major, while Tyler Hildebrand and Tyler Scholz each caught a touchdown pass of their own. Scholz also flashed some skill on defence picking off a wayward Westlane pass, while Austin Potter and Josh Bush were a force combining for three sacks.

No. 7 Huron Heights Warriors (2-0) v. King City (1-1)
Huron Heights put together another flawless display of football defeating King City to the tune of 55-6. The huge win comes off the heels of a game where they dropped 70 points on the scoreboard, creating a trend that will create headaches for defensive coordinators going forward.

No. 9 Cardinal Newman Cardinals (3-0)
Bye week.

No. 13 St. Roch Ravens (3-0) v. St. Marcellinus (1-0)
The Ravens built up a 37-6 lead heading into the fourth quarter before hitting cruise control on their way to a convincing win over St. Marcellinus.

No. 14 St. Thomas More Knights (2-1) v. Cathedral Gaels (1-1)
It was another successful afternoon of football for St. Thomas More as they kept Cathedral off the board in a 25-0 victory. In the Knights last two games, they have now outscored their opponents 95-3. (#CFC100 RB Michael Chris-Ike, no stats submitted)

No. 18 Holy Names Knights (3-0) v. Massey (1-2)
Holy Names staked their claim as one the best in the region with another dominant 41-0 victory versus Massey. (#CFC100 DB Incho Choi, no stats submitted)

No. 19 Jacob Hespeler Hawks (2-0) v. Grand River (0-2)
Jacob Hespeler made quick work of Grand River this week with a 40-0 win. Among the scorers for the Hawks were Darrian Morgan, Devante Hudson, Xavier Pineda, Elijah Cruickshank and Phillip Piticaru.

No. 22 Nelson Lords (4-0) v. Oakville Trafalgar (0-2)
Nelson proved to be too much for Oakville Trafalgar to handle as they walked away with a decisive 59-6 victory. The Lords were led by Will Corby who finished with three touchdowns, while Robbie Walker, Zach Ihasz, Evan Catania, Quinn Pritchard and Jake Mitchell all added a major of their own. To round out the scoring, A.J Schofield connected on seven converts, one field goal and a single point to extend Nelson’s winning streak to four games.

No. 24 Catholic Central Crusaders (2-1) v. St. Joseph’s (1-1)
Catholic Central had no issues defeating St. Joseph’s as they treated a crowd of 1000 plus spectators to a 45-7 victory. Matthew MacGillivray had a monster game grabbing three passes for 120 yards and touchdown, while the Crusaders’ defence swarmed to the ball all day forcing seven turnovers. (#CFC100‘s DB Daniel Valente and OL Hamada Kanaan. No stats submitted)

No. 25 South Lions (1-1)
DNP

No. 29 Paul Dwyer Saints (2-0) v. St. Stephen’s (0-2)
Paul Dwyer took care of business once again with a swift 27-7 dusting of St. Stephen’s.

No. 31 Corpus Christi Longhorns (3-0)
Bye week.

No. 32 Holy Trinity Titans (2-0) v. Pickering (1-1)
Pickering gave Holy Trinity everything they could handle, but a clutch performance from Michael Drake helped propel the Titans to a tight 17-6 victory. Malichi Morrison opened up the scoring for Pickering giving them an early 6-0 lead, but that is where their luck would run out as Drake took over the game notching every point on the scoreboard the rest of the way, finishing with two rushing touchdown, two converts, as well as a 30 yard field goal.

No. 33 Denis Morris Reds (2-0) v. Saint Michael (1-1)
After scoring just 15 points versus Blessed Trinity in their week one shutout, Denis Morris was able to score in bunches defeating Saint Michael by a score of 36-7.

No. 34 Saint Paul Patriots (3-0) v. Lakeshore Catholic (0-2)
The Patriots continued their rise in the rankings with a sound 28-7 victory over Lakeshore.

No. 35 Westdale Warriors (2-0) v. Sir Allan MacNab (1-1)
Westdale passed the smell test in their first real challenge of the season grinding out a 12-0 win over MacNab.

No. 36 Etobicoke Rams (2-0) v. Sir Wilfrid Laurier (0-1)
Etobicoke showed off their mental toughness for the second week in a row pulling out a 17-6 win over Sir Wilfrid Laurier. The Rams’ enjoyed some productive days on both sides of the ball with quarterback Max Melville throwing for 310 yards and Tenzin Tsultrum breaking the 100 yard rushing barrier, while Samuel Conteh was all over the field racking up 9 solo tackles..

No. 37 Centennial Spartans (2-0) v. Bishop Macdonell (0-2)
During a long season the best teams need to find a way to win when their backs are up against the wall, and Centennial did just that with a slim 9-8 win over Bishop Macdonell. (#CFC100 WR Tommy Nield. No stats submitted)

No. 39 Superior Heights Steelhawks (3-0) v. White Pines (0-3)
Led by their quarterback Noah Grigg who finished with 180 yards and two touchdown passes, Superior Heights once again asserted their dominance over White Pines with a 45-7 victory. This one was never really in doubt as the Steelhawks dominated from start to finish with plenty of flashy performances along the way. Cooper Laframboise and Elijah Yandeau combined for 145 yards and three touchdowns on just 12 carries, Isaac Belsito found the endzone by ground and air finishing with two touchdowns, while Connor Breachin got in on the action hauling in two passes for 78 yards.

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(Photo Courtesy of Lorne Park/Christina Birch)

No. 40 Lorne Park Spartans (3-2) v. St. Marguerite d’Youville (1-1) 
In a game that came down to the wire, Lorne Park stormed back in the second half to defeat St. Marguerite d’Youville 21-14. After heading into halftime down 7-0, the Spartans second half surge was aided by 15 straight completions by quarterback Alex Lavric, who put together an incredible performance completing 23 of 27 passes for 346 yards and three touchdowns. On the receiving end of Lavric’s touchdown passes were Will Manko, Jakob Page and Ryan Davies, with all three scores coming in quick succession to build a 21-7 lead going into the final quarter. Lorne Park’s defence came up big in the final minutes, with Drew Davies intercepting a pass to seal the victory.

No. 44 Holy Trinity Titans (3-0) v. T. A. Blakelock (0-2)
It is going to be a challenge for opposing teams to limit this Titans squad, as Holy Trinity once again dominated in a 40-0 victory over T. A. Blakelock. The win marks their second shutout of the season and third consecutive game scoring 40 plus points.

No. 47 St. Joan of Arc Knights (2-0) v. St. Theresa’s (0-2)
It was smooth sailing for St. Joan of Arc as they dispatched St. Theresa’s 27-0.

No. 50 St Mary’s Eagles (2-0) v. St. David (1-1)
It was not the result St. Mary’s was hoping for as St. David pulled off the 26-4 upset, improving their record to 2-0 on the season. The Eagles were stymied on offence all afternoon, while St. David was led by Jannei Powell, Daire Newbourgh and Nathan Hehn who all found the endzone in the Celtics’ winning effort.

 

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