CFC OFC Game of the Week Preview: “Anything can happen when he’s out there”

The junior varsity Toronto Argos of the Ontario Football Conference (OFC) are currently in a three game losing streak after suffering another loss this past weekend against the Oakville Titans, 35–13.

Despite the lopsided score, the Argos were able to consistently drive the field and keep the game close until the fourth quarter.

“It was 12-13 at halftime,” says Argos Coach Carlo Trentadue, “Our late game collapses are starting to become a thing of consistency.”

“We need to eliminate that.”

Quarterback Jonas Hatcher connected with Dejaun Foyle for the Argos only offensive touchdown. That is Foyle’s first touchdown of the season.

Jermaine Alexander contributed offensively as well, returning yet another punt to the end zone. Alexander has at least one punt return for a touchdown in every game this season.

“He’s a special kid,” said Trentadue, “Anything can happen when he’s out there.”

Alternatively, the varsity Argos coasted to a 55-8 win over the Titans.

“It was a hot day, but we managed to overcome the heat thanks to a great deal of rotating players,” said Argos offensive assistant Anthony Schifano.

Quarterback Calvin Vaughn had a big day connecting with several different receivers including Matt Crocker and Nirvair Atuahene. Offensive standout Treyion Charles had seven carries for over 100 yards.

The Argos defensive delivered points of their own as linebacker Pierre Lemieux caught an interception and ran it in for a touchdown.

Jonathon Obiri recorded a sack and had two fumble recoveries.

“Our defence is stepping up lately,” said Argos Coach Carlo Onorati, “They are going to be an important factor in these late season games.”

This upcoming weekend, both Argo teams will travel to the Barrie Sports Complex this weekend to take on the Huronia Stallions (4-2).

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