#CFC50 top Ontario high schools: Holmes shines in CFC#3 Green Griffins win; CFC 100 Connolly powers CFC#8 Cardinals; Longhorns prevail with late TD


Each week, CanadaFootballChat.com will bring you news from the top high school teams in Ontario:

(NOTE:  At press time, not all scores/stats available; however, CFC will update as information becomes available)

 

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Marquise Thompson

CFC # 3 WF Herman Green Griffins (WECSSAA):

Cody Holmes scored two touchdowns as CFC#3 WF Herman Green Griffins crushed Catholic Central 49-0.  Branden McCraney, Riley Milligan, Spencer Trinier, Josh Klinck, and Marquise Thompson each scored a touchdown.  Play Villanova this Thursday.

This week, the Green Griffins will host Villanova Wildcats on Thursday. Kickoff is 3:00pm.

 

Justin Connolly

CFC # 8 Cardinal Newman Cardinals (HWCAA):

Running backs Justin Connolly (#CFC100) and Nicholas Petermann led the CFC#8 Cardinal Newman Cardinals to a close 21-14 victory over St. Jean de Brebeuf (3-3).

Next up for the 5-0 Cardinals is a battle against Cathedral Gaels  on Friday at 4:00pm.

 

 

Mike DelTin

CFC #12 Huron Heights Warriors (YRAA):

CFC # 12 Huron Heights Warriors cruised to a 40-7 win over King City Lions

The Warriors next game is not until Friday October 31st when they host Newmarket Raiders. Kickoff is 2:00pm

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CFC#14 Assumption Lions (BCSSAA):

CFC#14 Assumption Lions did not play this week as their game was postponed.  Their next game is TBA.

 

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CFC # 15 Assumption Crusaders HSSAA:

CFC # 15 Assumption Crusaders play their next game until Friday October 24th against Holy Trinity Titans.  Kickoff is 2:00pm.

(Photo credit:  Nikki Wesley, Burlington Post)

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CFC # 16 Holy Trinity Titans (HSSAA):

CFC # 16  Holy Trinity Titans cruised to a 55-7 victory over  TA Blakelock Tigers.  The Titans will host CFC#15 Assumption Crusaders on Friday October 24th at 2:00pm.

(Photo credit:  InsideHalton.com)

 

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CFC # 17 St. Roch Ravens (ROPSSAA):

On Friday afternoon, CFC # 17 St. Roch Ravens moved to 5-0 on the season with a 38-17 victory over St. Joan of Arc Angels.

Neil Harris led the way with two rushing touchdowns.  Pivot Kyle Gouveia had three passing touchdowns.  In five games this season, Gouveia has 15 touchdowns and three interception.
Julian Mitchell, Nathan Walker and Jamal Nkumrah each tallied a receiving major.
On defense, Winston Blake recorded four sacks while Daniel Clarke caught an interception.

An exciting game with great defensive plays and exciting offense.  JOA recovered the opening onside kickoff and marched down the field, kicking a field goal to take an early 3-0 lead. They pushed it to 10-0 when FS /QB Kevin John stepped in front of a Gouveia pass and returned it 45 yards for a pick six.   The Ravens responded scoring 24 straight points in the 2nd quarter with TD receptions by Nathan Walker and Julian Mitchell and a Rushing TD by Neil Harris.  In the third quarter Kevin John once again made a spectacular play when he scrambled for a 56 yard TD run to cut the St Roch lead to 24-17. In the 4th quarter however, the Ravens stayed on course and punched in another rushing TD in by Neil Harris. Jamal Nkrumah finished it off with a 48 yard catch and run TD to bring the Ravens to 5-0. The defense pressured QB John all game with Winston Blake recording 4 QB sacks. 

Photo credit & source:  St. Roch Ravens Football)

 

 

 

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CFC # 22 AB Lucas Vikings (TVRAA):

CFC#22 AB Lucas Vikings defeated London South Lions under Friday Night Lights 37-15.

Next up, the Vikings host Saunders Sabres on Friday October 31st at 1:00pm.

 

 

St Marcellinus Spirit versus St Edmund Campion 2014

 

CFC # 24 St Marcellinus Spirit (ROPSSAA):

This past weekend,  CFC # 24  St. Marcellinus Spirit earned a 17-0 victory over Our Lady of Mount Carmel Crusaders.

The Spirit will host St. Joan of Arc on Friday at noon for their next game.

(Photo credit:  Byron Johnson, Brampton Guardian)

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CFC # 26 Jacob Hespeler Hawks (WCSSAA):

Jackson White had four passing touchdowns as  CFC # 26 Jacob Hespeler Hawks remain undefeated after earning a 45-5 win over St. David Celtics.

Connor Gardiner tallied two majors in the win.

The Hawks will keep try to keep their undefeated record intact when the team hosts Sir John A MacDonald Highlanders on Thursday at 7:00pm.

(Photo credit:  David Beebe, the Record)

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CFC # 27 Catholic Central Crusaders (TVRAA):

CFC # 27  Catholic Central Crusaders defeated Mother Teresa Spartans under Friday Night Lights 43-24.

The Crusaders will host St. Thomas Aquinas Flames on Thursday at 1:00pm.

(Photo credit:  Mike Maloney, London Community News)

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CFC # 28 St Paul Patriots (NRHSAA):

 CFC # 28 St Paul Patriots defeated Lakeshore Gators 38-31.

Chris Dickson, Ted Njeru, Tyler Keenan, Jordan Terrio and Colin O’Connor each tallied a major in the victory.

Teh Patriots next game is against AN Myer Marauders on Friday at 7:00pm

 

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CFC # 30 Upper Canada College Blues (CISAA):

CFC # 30 Upper Canada College Blues moved to 3-0 on the season by squeezing out a 4-0 victory over St.Michael’s Kerry Blues under Friday Night Lights.  The Blues will visit Trinity College Bears for a Saturday afternoon matinee.  Kickoff is 1:30pm.One player to watch for on the Blues is  CFC 100 linebacker Philippe Archambault.

 


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CFC # 31 Holy Names Knights (WECSSAA):

CFC # 31 Holy Names Knights defeated Brennan Cardinals  37-14.  Next up for the Knights is Sandwich Sabres for a battle Under Friday Night Lights at 7:00pm.

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CFC # 32 St Thomas More Knights (HWCAA):

CFC # 32 St. Thomas More Knights earned a 42-0 shutout victory over St Mary Crusaders.

The Knights will now play Bishop Tonnos Titans on Friday at 3:00pm.

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CFC # 34 St. Joan of Arc Knights (GBSSA):

Last week, CFC # 34 St. Joan of Arc Knights got by the Innisdale Invaders 15-5. The Knights will now host Collingwood Fighting Owls on Thursday at 3:30pm.

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CFC # 35 St Benedict Saints (WCSSAA):

Last week, CFC#35 St Benedict Saints took out former #CFC50 squad Resurrection Phoenix 42-14.

George Monahan, Devante Hudson and Aidan Yearwood each scored two touchdowns in the win.  Alex Douglas also tallied a major.

The Saints will host Elmira Lancers on Wednesday at 3:30pm.

 

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CFC # 38 Sydenham Golden Eagles (KASSAA):

CFC #38 Sydenham Golden Eagles squeezed out a 2-0 victory over Kingston Collegiate Blues on Friday afternoon.

At press time, the Golden Eagles were playing their next game against Ernestown Eagles today.

Photo credit:  Ian MacAlpine, Kingston-Whig Standard/QMI Agency

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CFC # 41 A.N Myer Marauders (NRHSAA):

Michael Casciano scored two touchdowns to lead CFC#41 AN Myers Marauders to a 30-6 victory over Blessed Trinity Thunder.

Zyer Harris also tallied a major for the Marauders.  Josh Patterson added two field goals and two PAT’s.

The Marauders will host Lakeshore Catholic Gators on Thursday at 1:00pm.

(Photo credit:  Bernie Puchalski, St Catherine’s Standard)

Cam Elgie

CFC # 42 Superior Heights Steelhawks (NOSSA):

CFC # 42  Superior Heights Steelhawks cruised to a 57-7 victory over White Pines Wolverines last Wednesday.  The Steelhawks begin their postseason in a semi-final battle against St.Basil Saints on Saturday at 5:00pm.

 

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CFC # 45 Chaminade Gryphons (TDCAA):

CFC # 45  Chaminade Gryphons will host Michael Power-St Joseph Trojans on Thursday at 5:00pm.

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CFC# 47 St. Peter Knights (NCSSAA):

On Thursday, CFC# 47 St Peter Knights earned a 20-10 win over St Mark Lions on Wednesday.

At press time, the Knights had a game against St. Francis Xavier Coyotes today.

Photo credit:  Nelson Lords Football

 

 

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CFC # 48 Cardinal Carter Cougars (WECSSAA):

CFC # 48  Cardinal Carter Cougars cruised to a 29-9 victory over St. Joseph Rams.

Dan Metcalfe, Chris Tannous and Josh Van Roie each tallied a major for the Cougars. Gould added two field goals and a conversion in the win.

The Cougars next game is Thursday against Kennedy Clippers.  Kickoff is 3:00pm.

(Photo credit:  Jason Kryk, Windsor Star)

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CFC#49 Northern Red Knights (TDSSAA):

Last week, CFC#49 Northern Red Knights coasted to a 19-1 victory over Central Technical Blues.

Next up for the Red Knights is a showdown against Downsview Mustangs on Friday at 2:30pm.

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St Andrew’s College Saints (CISAA):

The Saints will try to get back into the win column as the team plays next on Saturday October 25th against Villanova College Knights.  Kickoff is 1:30pm.

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Don Bosco Eagles (TDCAA):

Don Bosco Eagles earned a 35-14 victory over Blessed Mother Teresa.  The Eagles will host Senator Blues on Thursday at 5:00pm

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Crestwood Mustangs (COSSA):

The Crestwood Mustangs trampled on Thomas A Stewart/Kenner Griffins 48-6.

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St Thomas Aquinas Flames (TVRAA):

St Thomas Aquinas Flames defeated St Joseph Rams 37-22.  The Flames will host Catholic Central on Thursday at 1:00pm.

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Sarnia Northern Vikings (SWOSSAA):

The Sarnia Northern Vikings remain undefeated (4-0)

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John F Ross Royals (Guelph District 10):

John F Ross Royals lost to Our Lady of Lourdes Crusaders on Friday afternoon 19-3.

 

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Lakeshore Gators (NRHSAA):

The next game for Lakeshore Gators suffered a 38-31 defeat at the hands of CFC#28 Saint Paul Patriots.

Colton Jones scored two touchdowns and connected with Danny Gambin for a passing touchdown.  Shane Harding scooped up the ball after a blocked field goal for a 70-yard touchdown return.  Enzo Lariccia added a 25-yard field goal.

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Waterdown Bears (HWIAA):

Last week, the Waterdown Bears  got back into the win column with a 37-19 victory over Sherwood Saints under Friday Night Lights.

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Central Technical Blues (TDSSAA):

The Central Technical Blues lost to the Northern Red Knights 19-1.  The Blues will look to rebound against East York Goliaths on Thursday at 2:00pm

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Richview Saints (TDSSAA):

Richview Saints cruised to a 28-7 win over archrivals Etobicoke Collegiate Rams. The Saints will host Birchmount Park Panthers on Thursday at 2:30pm

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Bill Crothers Colts (YRAA):

The Colts will not play their next game until October 31st against King City Lions.  Kickoff is noon.

 

Corpus versus Nelson 2014

Nelson Lords & Corpus Christi Longhorns (HSSAA):

Corpus Christi Longhorns prevailed on a late touchdown with a 22-17 win over Nelson Lords.

Nelson appeared to have control of the game early building a quick 14-0 advantage on two touchdown runs by Nori Kaltsidis. Both runs were set up by long punt returns. Corpus Christi would cut the lead to 14-7 at haltime. Nelson would increase the lead to 17-7 early in the third quarter on an Adam Preocanin field goal. But it was the Longhorns who seize control in the final quarter and a half scoring twice on long touchdown drives and adding a rouge to seal the victory.

Nelson drops to 2-3 on the season with one game remaining in the HSSAA Regular Season next week at Blakelock.

(Source: Nelson Lords Football)

 

 

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St. Marguerite d’Youville Panthers & St Edmund Campion Bears (ROPSSAA):

St. Marguerite d’Youville Panthers got by St. Edmund Campion Bears 23-16.

The Panthers will continue their winning ways as they visit St Thomas Aquinas Cardinals on Friday at 2:00pm.

As for the Bears, they will look to get back into the win column as the team visits Lorne Park Spartans on Friday.  Kickoff is noon.

 

Mother Teresa Titans (NCSSAA):

Mother Teresa Titans got their second win of the season by defeating St Francis Xavier Coyotes 31-14.  The Titans will host St Mark Lions on Wednesday October 29th. Game start is 12:30pm

 

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Sir Wilfrid Laurier Lancers (NCSSAA):

Sir Wilfrid Laurier Lancers suffered a tough 12-10 loss at the hands of the Ashbury Colts.

The Lancers will look to regroup as they meet St Peter Knights on Wednesday October 29th.  Kickoff is 3:00pm.

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Frontenac Falcons (KASSAA):

The Frontenac Falcons eked out a 2-0 victory over Kingston Collegiate Blues.

Next up for the Falcons is a Friday afternoon matinee when the team entertains Regiopolis Notre-Dame Panthers at 2:00pm.

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Pickering Trojans (LOSSAA):

This past week, Pickering Trojans crushed Eastdale Eagles 62-0.

The Trojans will visit Holy Trinity Titans on Thursday for a 1:00pm showdown.

(Photo credit:  Ryan Pfeiffer, Metroland)

St. Patrick’s Irish (NCSSAA):

Last week, St Patrick’s Irish defeated St Joseph Jaguars 31-14. At press time, the Irish is entertaining Ashbury Colts.

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Resurrection Phoenix (WCSSAA):

Last week, CFC # 30 Resurrection Phoenix suffered a 42-14 loss at the hands of CFC#35 St. Benedict Saints at 7:00pm.

Dominik Valincic and Austin Mahon each tallied a  major in the loss.

The Phoenix will look to get back into the win column with a visit to Waterloo on Friday.  Kickoff is 3:00PM

 

St Charles Cardinals

St Charles Cardinals (NOSSA):

St Charles Cardinals suffered a 16-6 loss to the Lo-Ellen Park Knights this past Friday.

(Photo credit:  Gino Donato, The Sudbury Star)

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