CÉGEP10 (coll. div. 1) RANKINGS (Quarterfinals): No movement as both Faucons, Cheetahs narrowly avoid upsets

1. Ch.-Lennoxville Cougars (8-1)
While the other two top seeds struggled, Champlain had no issues speeding past Limoilou with an all-around great performance on both sides of the field.

2. André-Grasset Phénix (8-1)
Grasset enjoyed the bye, but now things get serious with a match up pending against Vanier – aka the only team they lost to all season.

3. Lévis-Lauzon Faucons (7-2)
It took everything they had to come out on top, but it’s not very often we see the Faucons struggle to put points on the board. Their matchup against Champlain’s defence will be very intriguing to watch.

4. Vanier Cheetahs (7-2)
Vanier won’t be bragging about how they got the job done, but all that matters is they no have a chance to knock off Grasset once again, but this time a birth in the finals in on the line.

5. Notre-Dame-de-Foy (5-4)
CNDF was a mystery team all season long, and if they had a few more weeks to really get going they may have been able to defend their title. We will officially have a new champion in CEGEP this year.

6. Vieux Montréal Spartiates (4-5)
Similar to the above, Vieux Montréal was a strange team this year who could be explosive at times on offence, and dominant at times on defence, but rarely were they able to do both in the same game.

7. Limoilou Titans (3-6)
Nobody really thought the Titans would beat the Cougars, but they deserve credit for a great season running the ball and some great defensive stands.

8. Saint-Jean Géants (1-8)
Season complete

9. Garneau Élans (1-8)
Season complete

10. Montmorency Nomades (1-8)
Season complete

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