#CFC10 CEGEP (coll. Div. 1) RANKINGS [9]: Phénix win makes Notre-Dame division champs

Cégep division 1 sack leaders André-Grasset #CFC100 DE #5 Philippe Lemieux-Cardinal and LB #22 Yacine Audette (Photo credit: Sonia Pérusse)

Upsets, Vieux-Montréal beats Vanier and Limoilou conquers the Géants!

Campus Notre-Dame-de-Foy RB #29 Gloire Muganda (Photo credit: François Pepin)

#1 Campus Notre-Dame-de-Foy Le Notre-Dame (CNDF) 8-1 – Declared division champions with a win of 49-24 over Garneau and the collaboration of a Phénix win over the Cougars, Notre-Dame earns the bye for the first round. The  offence overwhelmed the Élans defence in the beginning of the third quarter to ensure their win against the Québec rivals. The Notre-Dame defence controlled the Garneau running game and created a couple of turnovers that put the nail in the coffin.

André-Grasset #CFC100 DE #5 Philippe Lemieux-Cardinal (Photo credit: Sonia Pérusse)

#2 Collège André-Grasset Phénix (CAG) 7-2 – André-Grasset came up with a well prepared plan and they executed it with a great team effort. The defence dominated the Cougars in their 34-4 win and the offence took advantage of the opportunities at hand. They will host Saint-Jean next week in the quarter-final game.

Champlain LB #2 Michael Brodrique (Photo credit: Sonia Pérusse)

#3 Champlain-Lennoxville College Cougars (CLC) 7-2 – Under a torrential rain, the Cougars lost the game and their bye week. The offence struggled and the defence’s miscues were costly. Dropping down to third, they will host Limoilou in the first round.

Vieux-Montréal QB #11 William Roy-Rodriguez (Photo credit: Flo Harnois)

#4 Cégep du Vieux-Montréal Spartiates (CVM) 5-4 – With mother nature on their side, the Vieux-Montréal defence was able to slow down the Cheetahs’ offence. A great showing from the offence was necessary and the Spartiates delivered with a 24-17 win and climbed to the number 4 spot. Vieux-Montréal will host Vanier for the first round.

Vanier WR #19 Samuel Emilus

#5 Vanier College Cheetahs (VC) 5-4 – The offence’s passing attack was not efficient in the rain and the defence struggled in stopping the Vieux-Montréal running game. The Cheetahs drop to number 5 and will have the opportunity to revenge their loss by visiting Vieux-Montréal in the quarter-final next week.

Limoilou RB #21 Gabriel Brault (Photo credit: Gino Brochu)

#6 Cégep de Limoilou Titans (CL) 4-5 – The Titans offence delivered and helped produce a convincing win against arch rivals Saint-Jean with a 44-8 smack in the face. The Limoilou defence came up big and kept the highest scoring offence to a mere 1 touchdown. They move up to 6th place and will face the Cougars at home in the first round.

Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu WR #83 Hugo Dupuis (Photo credit: Violettepixel)

#7 Cégep de Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu Géants (CSJR) 4-5 – Tough loss at home. The Géants make the playoffs in their first year in the division 1 and with #CFC100 QB Dimitri Morand establishing records in the passing attempts, passing completions and yards passing categories. Down to number 7, they will travel to André-Grasset for the quarter-finals.

Garneau RB #7 Christophe Tremblay-Harnois (Photo credit: François Pepin)

#8 Cégep Garneau Élans (CG) 3-6 – Garneau faced a well prepared opponent and with their defence banged-up, the Élans could not stop the Notre-Dame offensive fire power who racked-up 49 points against Garneau’s 24.

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

#9 Cégep Lévis-Lauzon Faucons (CLL) 2-7 – The Faucons defence earned a shutout for their final 2016 game. The Offence was productive on the ground and the team finishes on a positive win at home with a total of 35 points scored against a Nomades team they had never beaten.

Montmorency WR #1 Tristan Fiske-Casault

#10 Collège Montmorency Nomades (CML) 0-9 – It was not pretty and the Nomades head into the offseason with a zero on the scoreboard and in their record, losing 35-0 to Lévis-Lauzon.


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