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Toronto’s Akeel Lynch dominates again

Toronto’s Akeel Lynch dominates again

October 11, 2010 at 8:35 amby 0 comments

Akeel Lynch RB, St Francis high school, Buffalo (Toronto) St Francis, Junior running back Akeel Lynch continued his torrid pace on Friday vs Timon St Jude. He was a dominant factor all game long racking up 22 carries for 176 yards rushing yards. His 2 rushing TD scores helped hisRead More

CCS wants to know: How are your balls? (real men check their equipment) VIDEO

CCS wants to know: How are your balls? (real men check their equipment) VIDEO

October 11, 2010 at 8:09 amby 0 comments

Hey guys, how is your equipment? The Canadian Cancer Society wants you to check and find out. “Time to get to know your equipment” is the theme of a slightly risqué video from the Society and Regina’s Brown Communications that encourages men to get regular checkups for testicular cancer duringRead More

Former CFLer, Stefan Logan, longest play in NFL this season (VIDEO)

Former CFLer, Stefan Logan, longest play in NFL this season (VIDEO)

October 11, 2010 at 8:04 amby 0 comments

When Stefan Logan made the Pittsburgh Steelers opening day roster last season — after being signed away from the Canadian Football League — he was expected to make an impact on kickoff returns, improving an area that had been a weakness in previous seasons. In the end, he was prettyRead More

Former BYU receiver on verge of record

Former BYU receiver on verge of record

October 11, 2010 at 7:56 amby 0 comments

While no BYU player cracks the top 250 in career receptions in the NFL, a former Cougar has the chance today to set that record north of the border. With 1,003 career receptions, Ben Cahoon, former BYU wide receiver and current slotback for the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian FootballRead More

CFCs “Top 25” High School poll – Week 6 “New #1: Hello Centennial & Huron Heights”

CFCs “Top 25” High School poll – Week 6 “New #1: Hello Centennial & Huron Heights”

October 10, 2010 at 7:31 pmby 0 comments

CFCs weekly high school poll for 12-man (11-man in BC) football teams across the country from Antigonish, Nova Scotia to Victoria, British Columbia. The poll will include teams from all 8 high school playing provinces (PEI & Newfoundland do not play high school tackle football).

RIFLES DROP WILD ONE AT COLTS CORRAL

RIFLES DROP WILD ONE AT COLTS CORRAL

October 10, 2010 at 7:10 pmby 0 comments

The Winnipeg Rifles closed out their road schedule at McMahon Stadium on Sunday afternoon in search of a win to nail down the 4th and final playoff berth. It would prove to be a wild ride as the Colts would eke out a 42-35 win and drop the Rifles aRead More

CFCs “Top 25” High School poll – Week 6 “New #1: Hello Centennial & Huron Heights”

CFCs “Top 25” High School poll – Week 6 “New #1: Hello Centennial & Huron Heights”

October 10, 2010 at 6:00 pmby 0 comments

CFCs weekly high school poll for 12-man (11-man in BC) football teams across the country from Antigonish, Nova Scotia to Victoria, British Columbia. The poll will include teams from all 8 high school playing provinces (PEI & Newfoundland do not play high school tackle football). PICTURES: George McDougall Mustangs vs.Read More

Alberta – Rankings for all 4 tiers – Week 6

Alberta – Rankings for all 4 tiers – Week 6

October 10, 2010 at 11:47 amby 0 comments

Here are this weeks FOOTBALL ALBERTA high school football rankings. Tier I (School Pop. 1250 +) Rank* School & Record City/Town Last Weeks Result and Upcoming Opponent 1(1) Raymond (5-0) Raymond beat Grande Prairie 75-3 (next vs. Winston Churchill) 2(2) Bev Facey (7-0) Sherwood Park beat Austin O’Brien 33-20 (nextRead More

Braves, Hurricanes host Semis

Braves, Hurricanes host Semis

October 10, 2010 at 9:52 amby 0 comments

Saturday night the Burlington Braves did what was needed, they defeated the visiting Windsor AKO Fratmen 17-10. The victory clinched first place and home field advantage throughout the OFC playoffs. The Braves will host the fourth place Ottawa Sooners next Saturday at Corpus Christi High School in Burlington. The gameRead More

McGill perfects the fourth quarter collapse

McGill perfects the fourth quarter collapse

October 9, 2010 at 10:18 pmby 0 comments

The Concordia Stingers defence forced eight turnovers en route to a 21-11 victory over the McGill Redmen in Montreal on Saturday afternoon. The Stingers were trailing 11-8 heading into the fourth quarter, but the defence stepped up forcing four turnovers – one led to the winning touchdown and one snuffedRead More

Laval holds on for close victory in Montreal (stats & video-french)

Laval holds on for close victory in Montreal (stats & video-french)

October 9, 2010 at 7:07 pmby 0 comments

MONTREAL – Fourth year wide receiver Julian Feoli Gudino (San José, Costa Rica) made four catches for 112 yards including the game winning 10-yard touchdown reception with 4:17 to play in the third quarter as the no. 1 ranked Laval Rouge et Or came from behind to defeat the no.Read More

Acadia with a big comeback victory in sackville

Acadia with a big comeback victory in sackville

October 9, 2010 at 7:02 pmby 0 comments

SACKVILLE, NB – The Acadia Axeman defeated the Mount Allison Mounties 26-19 at MacAulay Field in Sackville on Saturday, in front of nearly 1500 spectators. The hometown crowd was feeling good at the half as Mount Allison stormed out to an 18-1 halftime lead but Acadia used two big playsRead More

Gee Gee’s run over Golden Hawks: Sinopoli throws for 300+ yards (video & stats)

Gee Gee’s run over Golden Hawks: Sinopoli throws for 300+ yards (video & stats)

October 9, 2010 at 6:49 pmby 0 comments

OTTAWA – The no. six nationally ranked University of Ottawa Gee Gee’s (6-1) downed the no. 10 Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks (3-3) 44-21 in front of 1,296 fans at Frank Clair Stadium. Quarterback Brad Sinopoli led the garnet-and-grey to 524 yards of offence through his 18 completions for 309 yardsRead More

Queen’s back on track with blowout win over Varsity Blues (video interview & stats)

Queen’s back on track with blowout win over Varsity Blues (video interview & stats)

October 9, 2010 at 5:09 pmby 0 comments

KINGSTON, Ont. (October 9, 2010) – Justin Chapdelaine of Abbotsford, Ont., threw for 284 yards and six touchdowns, while adding another on the ground, as the Queen’s Gaels routed the Toronto Varsity Blues 66-1 on Saturday at Richardson Stadium. The win lifts the Gaels to a 2-4 record and intoRead More

PFC PREVIEW WEEK # 8

PFC PREVIEW WEEK # 8

October 9, 2010 at 5:02 pmby 0 comments

EDMONTON WILDCATS (2-4) AT SASKATOON HILLTOPS (5-1) SUNDAY OCT. 10 NOON LOCAL The champions face a must-win in the first of Sunday’s tripleheader to stay in the PFC playoff chase. The Wildcats roared back into the playoff picture by sweeping their neighbours, the Huskies in a back-to-back set. The WildcatsRead More

New OFC Record as Beefs win Finale

New OFC Record as Beefs win Finale

October 9, 2010 at 4:30 pmby 0 comments

Kyle Woldenberg-Puyda #25 – 40 carries, 308 yards It wasn’t easy but in the end the Beefs prevailed over the Brampton Bears 19-16 in their final game of the season. Carmine Gentile secured the victory with an 11 yard field goal with 6.3 seconds remaining in the game. The storyRead More

Ontario (Peel) Game 3- Meadowvale 13 at Joan of Arc 16 (VIDEO)

Ontario (Peel) Game 3- Meadowvale 13 at Joan of Arc 16 (VIDEO)

October 9, 2010 at 12:41 pmby 0 comments

The Falcons got off to a terrible start but fought back, just coming up short versus the Arc Angels. The defense played a great game, repeatedly putting the offense in a position to score. Defensive end Seamus Money completely shutdown his side, forcing the Arc Angels to seek other options.Read More

Okanagan Sun Head Coach Pete McCall – AUDIO interview for semi-final game

Okanagan Sun Head Coach Pete McCall – AUDIO interview for semi-final game

October 9, 2010 at 12:18 pmby 0 comments

Phil Johnson speaks with Pete McCall and Angelo Mosca as the Sun prep for the scholarship dinner and sunday BCFC semi-final on AM 1150 radio.

HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR FOOTBALL PLAYERS NAMED TO US U-19 NATIONAL TEAM WATCH LIST

HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR FOOTBALL PLAYERS NAMED TO US U-19 NATIONAL TEAM WATCH LIST

October 9, 2010 at 12:07 pmby 0 comments

Team world will be made up of mostly canadian players, canadian head coach and DC named soon. [LIST] [*] US Team Player Watch List.doc (496 KB) A player watch list for the 2011 U.S. Under-19 National Team composed of 241 high school seniors spanning 35 states. [/LIST] USA Football, theRead More

Clan hang on to defeat T-Birds in Shrum Bowl XXXIII (VIDEO & STATS)

Clan hang on to defeat T-Birds in Shrum Bowl XXXIII (VIDEO & STATS)

October 9, 2010 at 6:57 amby 0 comments

VANCOUVER – The UBC Thunderbirds pushed it to the wire, but couldn’t complete their last end zone pass, losing 20-27 to the SFU Clan at Shrum Bowl XXXIII from Thunderbird Stadium on Friday night. The ‘Birds were inconsistent, moving the ball in bursts, but suffering long dry spells while SimonRead More

Gaiters dump Sherbrooke to notch fifth straight win (VIDEO & STATS)

Gaiters dump Sherbrooke to notch fifth straight win (VIDEO & STATS)

October 8, 2010 at 11:35 pmby 0 comments

SHERBROOKE, Que. – A pair of big plays early in the second quarter paced the Bishop’s Gaiters to a 40-10 victory over the Sherbrooke Vert & Or in Quebec University Football League action tonight. At 1:04 of the second, David Haddrall (Kingston ,Ont.) scored on a 69-yard pass-and-run play, theRead More

Huskies roll over X-men: Taylor over 250 yards all purpose (video & stats)

Huskies roll over X-men: Taylor over 250 yards all purpose (video & stats)

October 8, 2010 at 10:42 pmby 0 comments

The AUS defending champion Saint Mary’s Huskies rolled away with a 43-16 victory over the StFX X-Men Friday night in Antigonish, NS. Huskies receiver Jameek Taylor had 252 all-purpose yards in the game including two touchdown punt returns, while defensive back Mark Holden had three interceptions in the game, oneRead More

Records chase update (#5) : Sinopoli eyes single-season marks

Records chase update (#5) : Sinopoli eyes single-season marks

October 8, 2010 at 10:27 pmby 0 comments

OTTAWA (CIS) – The chase for CIS career records continues this week for a number of CIS football stars. And with some teams already well into the second half of the regular schedule, a few players are also making their way up single-season lists. For one, fourth-year Ottawa quarterback BradRead More

 
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