#CFC10 CEGEP (coll. div. 1) recap: [4]: #CFC100 Vanier DB and teammates stun the Phénix offence

There was a third match up and Vieux-Montréal LB Pierre-Gabriel Germain registered 4 sacks to help his team beat the Géants. Champlain kicker Vincent Blanchard secured the win with 11 points!


Limoilou QB #2 Olivier Rambounsavath

Cégep Limoilou Titans (2-2) vs Cégep Lévis-Lauzon Faucons (0-4)
Neither team could stop the running game and the Faucons loss the turnover battle with two interceptions that proved to be costly. The Faucons’ offence totalled 424 yards against Limoulou’s 493 yards which doesn’t reflect on the scoreboard. The Titans QB, Olivier Bamrounsavath completed 12 out of 22 for 206 yards and three touchdowns, made the difference in this contest. Lévis-Lauzon remains winless and the Titans move up in the rankings with this 30-6 win.

Champlain Kicker #15 Vincent Blanchard

Campus Notre-Dame-de-Foy (3-1) vs Champlain-Lennoxville Cougars (3-1)
Just by looking at the offensive stats, you would think that Notre-Dame won the game. While their QB, David Pelletier, completed 33 out 46 for 358 yards and 3 touchdowns, the Cougars defence, with DB Sean Côté racking 14 total tackles, was able to keep them out of the end zone. The Cougars started a young QB, Thomas Bolduc who was error free with 20 completions out of 30 for 192 yards and 3 touchdowns. Champlain’s RB Thomas Bertrand-Hudon and the offensive line took care of the ground game with 195 yards. Kicker Vincent Blanchard was the scale tipper in this one with two field goals and two safeties to help cumulate 29 points against Notre-Dame’s 27 and winning the field advantage with 50.7 yard average with his punts.

Collège André-Grasset Phénix (3-1) vs Vanier College Cheetahs (3-1)

The Phénix offence struggled and QB Pierre-Olivier Potvin threw 3 interceptions while completing only 13 out of 33 passes. The Vanier defence was the difference maker with the spectacular play of Darren Kyeremeh who had 13.5 tackles including 1 for loss and an interception. While #CFC100 LB Kean Harelimana, 6 tackles and 1 for loss, and #CFC100 DB Tyris Lebeau, 7.5 tackles and a momentum changing pick for 6, did support Kyeremeh and limit the Phénix offence to 1 touchdown. On the other hand, the Vanier offence had a great night with QB Dimitrios Sinodinos completing 12 out 23 for 169 yards and 1 touchdown, and adding a rushing TD. The Cheetahs running game cumulated 207 yards and 104 of those belong to RB Patrick Charles who averaged 6.5 a carry. The Phénix defence did well considering #CFC100 DE Philippe Lemieux-Cardinal’s two sacks plus two others from teammates and an interception, but the long touchdown pass to Vanier receiver Samuel Emilus, ruined it all. Both teams move to a 3-1 record with this competition ending at 27-13 for the Cheetahs.


Garneau RB #7 Christophe Tremblay-Harnois

Cégep Garneau Élans (2-2) vs Collège Montmorency Nomades (0-4)
The struggling Nomades offence finally shifted into fifth gear with 440 yards passing and 143 yards rushing and made the Garneau defence look bad. The Nomades special teams helped with a kick-off return for a touchdown by receiver Kevin Dubois, but the Garneau offence totalled 722 yards and was overwhelming for the Montmorency defence. The Élans QB, Joé Hudon, completed 17 out of 23 for 387 yards and all three of his touchdown passes went to Mathieu Blanchette who caught only 4 balls for 135 yards. The Garneau ground game made life difficult for the Nomades defenders with Christophe Tremblay-Harnois and Karl Moughagha each rushing for 98 yards and Paul Hébert for an extra 89 yards. A lot of points were scored and Montmorency remains winless with this 59-40 defeat.


Vieux-Montréal RB #5 Samue Erick Valentin


Vieux-Montréal RB #28 Jean-Clifford Dazouloute

Cégep Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu Géants (2-2) vs Cégep Vieux-Montréal Spartiates (2-2)
This one would of made anybody a liar! Nobody thought that the struggling Vieux-Montréal offence was going to outscore the Géants’ devastating air attack with #CFC100 QB Dimitri Morand in charge. Although Morand did have an alright day by completing 28 out 56 for 405 yards and 4 touchdowns, but his two interceptions hurt and procured the Spartiates the clock advantage, considering the explosion of their running game. The Vieux-Montréal ground game did create havoc with RB Jean Clifford Dazouloute rushing 160 yards in 14 carries and partner RB Samuel Erick Valentin carrying the ball 12 times for a total of 120 yards. Meanwhile, the Spartiates defence and the outstanding play of Pierre-Gabriel Germain, 8 total tackles and 4 sacks, disrupted the synchronism of the Géants, sacking Morand 8 times and intercepting him twice to wrap this one at 43-35 for the Spartiates.

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