ONT: Wild opening week in WCSSAA

Week One in WCSSAA (Waterloo County) senior boys football saw everything from blowouts, to stellar defensive performances, to teams making the most of their high powered offenses.

Here’s a look at how some of the teams did this week in five feature games:

Resurrection Phoenix 41, Bluevale Knights 7

The Resurrection Phoenix senior boys football team sent a message to the rest of the league that they will be a force to be reckoned with in WCSSAA play. The Phoenix dominated in a 41-10 thumping of the Bluevale Knights.

The Phoenix benefited from touchdown passes and one rushing touchdown from quarterback Paul Henning.

Head coach Kyle Armour said the play went beyond Henning.

“Receiver Marcus Joseph had an excellent game with two big touchdowns and some big first downs,” he said.

Armour added that front seven helped control the game and played “good football.”

At halftime, the Phoenix held a 20-7 and widened the gap the rest of the way.

“Although it was a good game on the scoreboard for us, there are still a lot of mistakes that were made in the game,” said Armour.  “We need to get these fixed up for our next game.”

The Phoenix take on Preston next week.

Huron Heights Huskies 14, Forest Heights Trojans 0

The Huron Heights Huskies had some huge defensive plays en route to a 14-0 shutout victory over Forest Heights Trojans.

Even though the defense stepped up, Huskies head coach Aaron Holmes says the play of his QB Brendan McKracken stood out.

“He showed alot of poise and leadership for the first game of the season. We have alot of rookie players this year, and he kept our offense focused and calm throughout the game,” he says.

Every Davy and Brendan McKracken each reached the end zone for the Huskies.

The Huskies will try to improve to 2-0 on the year when the face Waterloo-Oxford (0-1) next week.

St. Benedict Saints 68, St. Mary’s Eagles 14

In one of the most lopsided WCSSAA victories this week, St. Benedict Bears had everything going right en route to a 68-14 win over St. Mary’s Eagles.

The Bears will take on Jacob Hespeler Hawks next weekend. The Hawks have reached the finals the past two seasons.

Erin Raiders 28, Waterloo Vikings 14

The Erin District Raiders doubled up the Waterloo Vikings in division B play 28-14.

The Vikings had difficulty containing Mitch Kernick and Kyle Wideman who accounted for all of the Raiders’ scoring. Kernick produced 16 points while Wideman scored 12.

The Vikings will have a chance to climb out of the basement in the standings when they face Bluevale Knights at home next week. The Knights also dropped their first game.

As for the Raiders, the team will show their strength against Sir John A. MacDonald Highlanders who are one of the strongest teams in the region.

Other Scores:

St. David’s 16, Waterloo-Oxford 8
Jacob Hespeler 58, Grand River 0
Southwood 27, Monsignor Doyle 0
Sir John A Macdonald 24, Preston 21
Glenview Park 6, Kitchener 4

 

WCSAA JUNIOR SCORES

Eastwood Rebels 21, Cameron Heights Golden Gaels 12

Eastwood Rebels opened the season exactly as planned with a hard fought 21-12 win over Cameron Heights Golden Gaels.

Elvis Sanchez scored three touchdowns for the Rebels in the victory.

Forest Heights Trojans 41, Huron Heights Huskies 6

 Tavian Schand ran wild for Forest Heights Trojans as he scored four touchdowns in a 41-6 win over the Huron Heights Huskies.

Resurrection Phoenix 28, Bluevale Knights 16

Resurrection Phoenix complimented the senior boys’ victory with a win of their own.

Although it was tight most of the game, the difference maker was three touchdowns from the Phoenix’s David Aiken.

Matt Wiekers and Ben Gyebi scored for the Knights, but they still could not overcome Aiken’s performance.

St. Benedict Bears 48, St. Mary’s Eagles 7

It was offensive outbursts for both the St. Benedict senior and junior teams as they swooped up two key road victories.

For the most part, the visitors had a balanced attack. However, Aiden Yearwood stood out in a three touchdown performance.

Other Scores:

St Davids 27, Elmira 7
Jacob Hespeler 57, Grand River 0
Preston 54, Monsignor 6
Sir John A Macdonald 41, Kitchener 20

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  1. you have a picture of Huron Heights Newmarket. You have the wrong picture

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