#CFC50 Games of the Week (Ontario) RECAP [3]: Herman continues their dominance, a few mid-ranked schools falter

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.

*Note: Some information was not available at press time. It will be added as it becomes available.

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


No. 45 Saint Paul Patriots (2-0) v.s Notre Dame Fighting Irish (0-1)
After winning their lone pre-season game, the Saint Paul Patriots were able to begin their regular season play in spectacular fashion with a dominating 42-17 victory over the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Cam Lang finished the game with two rushing touchdowns, on defence Jemar Graham scooped a fumble and took it the distance 75 yards for another score, while Nathan Dunleavy connected on field goals from 25 and 30 yards out rounding out an all around team effort from the Patriots.

No. 42 St. Joan of Arc Knights (1-0) v.s St Thomas Aquinas Thunder (0-1)
It was probably closer than they would have liked, but St. Joan of Arc was able to find a way to defeat St. Thomas Aquinas 14-0 on the back of a very impressive defensive performance.

No. 41 Northern Vikings (0-1) v.s St. Patrick’s Fighting Irish (1-0)
It was not the result that Northern was expecting in their season opener, as the Fighting Irish were able to clamp down on any offensive production en route to a 14-2 victory over the Vikings.

No. 40 Superior Heights Steelhawks (3-0) v.s St. Mary’s Knights (2-1)
With each team entering with perfect 2-0 records, the higher ranked Superior Heights scrapped their way to a 28-9 victory handing St. Mary’s their first loss of the season.


(Photo Courtesy of the Guelph Sports Journal)

No. 38 Centennial Spartans (1-0) v.s Our Lady of Lourdes Lancers (0-1)
Led by #CFC100 receiver Tommy Nield, who hauled in two touchdown grabs, the Spartans were able to add one more touchdown to their tally to secure a 21-6 victory over the Lancers.

No. 37 Etobicoke Rams (1-0) v.s Northern Red Knights (0-1)
In a very close knit defensive affair, Etobicoke managed to end up on top defeating Northern 18-13. One of the offensive bright spots for Etobicoke was Justice Allin who finished with 320 all purpose yards.

No. 36 Westdale Warriors (1-0) v.s Saltfleet Storm (0-1)
Westdale could not have asked for a better start to 2016 with an easy 53-13 win over the Saltfleet Storm. The Warriors were able to show off the versatility that makes them such a dangerous opponent with six different players managing to find the endzone.

No. 35 A. B. Lucas Vikings (0-1) v.s Sir Wilfrid Laurier Rams (1-0)
It just wasn’t meant to be for A. B. Lucas as they found themselves on the wrong side of a one point game, losing by a final score of 10-9 to Sir Wilfrid Laurier.

No. 34 Resurrection Phoenix (0-2) v.s St. Mary’s Eagles (1-0)
A touchdown by Jack Hinsperger were the only points Resurrection was able to muster as they fell to St. Mary’s by a score of 23-7. The Eagles upset was aided by touchdowns from Sami Moussa, Cory Watson and Dieng Chuol.

No. 33 Denis Morris Redman (1-0) v.s Blessed Trinity Thunder (0-1)
In a game that turned out to be a pure defensive battle, the Redman put together a great team effort shutting out Blessed Trinity 15-0 for their first win of the season.

No. 32 Holy Trinity Titans (1-0) v.s Notre Dame Cougars (0-1)
With the defense holding up their end of the bargain, Holy Trinity were able to get their season off on the right foot with a 35-0 victory over the Notre Dame Cougars.

No. 31 Corpus Christi Longhorns (3-0) v.s Georgetown Rebels (1-1)
In front of their home crowd under unusually frigid weather, the Corpus Christi Longhorns were able to defeat Georgetown 25-6 to open up their regular season play with a victory.

No. 28 Paul Dwyer Saints (1-0) v.s Donald A. Wilson Gators (0-1)
The Gators showed up prepared for a challenge to open the season, but in the end fell short 21-7 at the hands of the Paul Dwyer Saints.

No. 26 South Lions (1-1) v.s Sir Frederick Banting Broncos (0-1)
With #CFC100 offensive linemen Spencer Nichols leading the way for a strong rushing attack, the Lions were able to run away with a 42-0 win over Sir Frederick Banting. Nick Morello led the way with two rushing touchdowns while Ethan Martin, Tyler Thompson, Noah Johns and Richard Morris all added a touchdown of their own.

No. 25 Catholic Central Crusaders (1-1) v.s John Paul II Jaguars (0-1)
Led by their two #CFC100 prospects DB Daniel Valente and OL Hamada Kanaan, the Crusaders were able to dismantle the Jaguars 42-6 to begin the season. Quarterback Jacob Beukeboom was able to score two touchdowns, one on the ground and one through the air to Matthew MacGillivray , who also created some fireworks  with a punt return touchdown as Catholic Central were in the driver’s seat from start to finish.

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(Photo courtesy Nelson Lords Football)

No. 22 Nelson Lords (3-0) v.s Notre Dame Fighting Irish (1-1)
Offence was easy to come by for Nelson versus Notre Dame, with Quinn Pritchard leading the Lords to a 56-0 victory with four touchdowns along the ground. Defensive back Brandon Shofield made sure the defence contributed to the scoreboard as well, intercepting a pass and taking it back 56 yards for a major. Evan Catania also got in on the fun hauling in a touchdown grab of his own in a very convincing win for the Lords.

No. 19 Jacob Hespeler Hawks (1-0) v.s Sir John A. MacDonald Highlanders (0-1)
After jumping out to a 39-0 lead at halftime, the Hawks never looked back as they cruised to 45-0 win over the Highlanders.

No. 18 Holy Names Knights (2-0) v.s L’Essor Eagles (1-1)
Led by #CFC100 DB Incho Choi, Michael Herzog and Amed Shah, it was all about the defence for Holy Names as they routed L’Essor by a score of 46-0. The star of the game was Herzog, who finished with four touchdowns including an interception returned all the way to the house to cap off an amazing performance on both sides of the ball. Not to be out done, Shah found the endzone as well off an Eagles’ fumble on a 36 yard return as the Knights ran away with the victory.

No. 14 St. Thomas More Knights (2-1) v.s Bishop Tonnes Titans (0-1)
Welcome to the #CFC100 Michael Chris-Ike show. The Knights standout running back was able to find the endzone on five separate occasions, with his longest coming on a 60 yard dash. His teammates didn’t allow him to have all the fun though, adding another four touchdowns along ground as St. Thomas More eased their way to a 70-3 victory.


(Photo courtesy St. Roch Ravens)

No. 13 St. Roch Ravens (3-0) v.s St. Augustine Falcons (0-1)
St. Augustine made a decent effort to hang with St. Roch, but 23 unanswered points by the Ravens were good enough for a 30-7 win. Jojoo Paintsil and his quarterback Deandre Rose stole the show connecting for 126 yards through the air, along with two touchdowns. Paintsil didn’t stop there, however, adding another rushing touchdown to his total showing off the versatility that coaches will have to gameplan for going forward.

No. 10 Cardinal Newman Cardinals (3-0) v.s Cathedral Gaels (1-1)
After finding themselves trailing 7-0 early, a pair of touchdowns by Jordan Rimac and Nicholas Petermann before halftime led to 37 unanswered points by Cardinal Newman, as they walked away with a 37-7 win. The highlight of the Cardinals comeback was a 45 yard pick-six by Kyle Chorazy to ensure they kept there perfect record intact heading into week three.


(Photo Courtesy of Steve Somerville/Metroland)

No. 8 Huron Heights Warriors (1-0) v.s Villanova College Knights (0-1)
With a new season at their doorstep, Huron Heights wasted no time getting down to business against Villanova College building a 49-0 lead at halftime, The Warriors continued to pour it on in the second half coasting to a 70-0 win over the Knights to begin their season on a high note.

No. 5 A. N. Myers Marauders (2-0) v.s Centennial Cougars (0-1) 
The brother duo of #CFC100 Tre Ford, and #CFC100 Tyrell Ford proved to much for Centennial to handle as they fell to the Marauders by a score of 47-13. Tre threw the ball for two touchdowns on 225 yards passing, while Tyrell added a pair of 70 plus yard punt return touchdowns to help secure A. N. Myers first win of the regular season.

No. 2 W. F. Herman Green Griffins (2-0) v.s Essex Red Raiders (1-1)
The top team in Ontario had no issues discarding Essex as the Griffins walked away with a 42-0 victory.


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