#CFC10 CEGEP (coll. Div. 1) RANKINGS [7]: Le Notre-Dame’s defence played GIANT

Campus Notre-Dame-de-Foy Defence (Photo credit: Gino Brochu www.broch.ca)

With Limoilou, Saint-Jean and Vieux-Montréal losing, Garneau is still alive, but losing to Lévis-Lauzon is not reassuring.

Champlain RB #32 Philippe Lessard-Vézina (Photo credit: Violettepixel)

#1 Champlain-Lennoxville College Cougars (CLC) 6-1 – On an autumn foggy night, the defending champs faced a Spartiates team that delivered a strong battle. The Cougars defence pressured the QB and the offence took advantage of some opportunities coming from turnovers. They are still leading the pack with a 26-8 win.

Campus Notre-Dame-de-Foy Defence (Photo credit: Gino Brochu www.broch.ca)

#2 Campus Notre-Dame-de-Foy Le Notre-Dame (CNDF) 6-1 – Notre-Dame’s defence contained the Géants’ offence and the offence executed the well prepared plan to claim a 48-10 victory.

André-Grasset LB #30 Gabriel Morel (Photo credit: André Provencher)

#3 Collège André-Grasset Phénix (CAG) 6-1 – The Phénix remain in third place with a 30-4 win against Limoilou. On a rainy afternoon, they controlled the game on both sides of the ball and on special teams with a major scored on a punt block. They keep fine tuning their offence and the steady defence is gaining experience in preparation for the big race.

Vanier offence

#4 Vanier College Cheetahs (VC) 5-2 – The Cheetahs offence produced another 53 points to conquer the Nomades, but the defence is going through a slump, giving 51 points last week and 26 this week to a weaker opponent. They are stable at the number 4 spot.

Limoilou WR #5 Mathieu Robitaille (Photo credit: André Provencher)

#5 Cégep de Limoilou Titans (CL) 3-4 – Limoilou was playing for a positive record and things turned in the wrong direction, losing the turnover battle again. The offence could not get to the end zone and the defence struggled against the Grasset offence. They remain tied for the fifth position.

Saint-Jean QB 3# Dimitri Morand (Photo credit: Gino Brochu www.broch.ca)

#6 Cégep de Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu Géants (CSJR) 3-4 – The lowest amount of points scored this season by this high powered offence who had an average of 35 points per game. The defence resisted, but the Notre-Dame’s offensive versatility was overwhelming. Tied for the fifth spot, the importance of the last two games has taken a different turn.

Vieux-Montréal WR #6 Jefferson Pierre (Photo credit: André Provencher)

#7 Cégep du Vieux-Montréal Spartiates (CVM) 3-4 – Everybody knew the task was going to be tough and the Spartiates almost pulled it off. The turnovers deflated the drives that could’ve given the edge, especially in the last five minutes of the game. The third team battling for fifth and whose playoff presence will be determined next week with Garneau’s performance.

Garneau QB #16 Thierry Doucet (Photo credit: Sonia Pérusse)

#8 Cégep Garneau Élans (CG) 2-5 – Playoff hopes are still alive, thanks to the three teams tied in fifth place losing, but the pressure is even greater with two must wins. The offence did score 40 points, which is reassuring, but the defence failed to stop the Faucons and their faith is in play again next week.

Lévis-Lauzon QB #12 Grégoire Noel (Photo credit: André Provencher)

#9 Cégep Lévis-Lauzon Faucons (CLL) 1-6 – Scoring 48 points to win their first game this season, the Faucons have gained in confidence and with some aspects of their defence fine tuned, they have the possibility to finish with a 3-6 record.

Montmorency RB #26 Laurent Sansalone (Photo credit: Violettepixel)

#10 Collège Montmorency Nomades (CML) 0-7 – On a positive note, the Nomades are scoring points. With only two opportunities left to gain a win this season, look for the Nomades to leave it all on the field in the next two weeks.


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