#CFC10 CEGEP (coll. div. 1) RECAP [6]: Garneau may be out of the race

QB face-off in St-Jean and #CFC100 Dimitri Morand won! The Faucons and the Nomades remain winless!

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Grasset RB #10 Tristan Toussaint (Photograph: André Provencher)

Cégep Garneau Élans (2-4) vs vs Collège André-Grasset Phénix (5-1)  Garneau’s offence was not able to create a passing threat and had to rely on the ground game. The Élans RB, Christophe Tremblay-Harnois rushed for 153 yards on 26 carries but could not score, while QB Thierry Doucet, replacing injured starter Joé Hudon, completed only 7 out of 15 for 91 yards and 3 interceptions. With the contribution of #CFC100 DE Philippe Lemieux-Cardinal and LB Yacine Audette, who finished with 7 total tackles and 3 for loss, the Grasset defence was outstanding, limiting Garneau to only 3 points. The Phénix offence has was very efficient at spreading the ball again and RB Tristan Toussaint had a great day scoring three touchdowns, 2 on the ground and 1 in the air. With the help of the special teams, Grasset moves up a spot with a 23-3 win.

Cégep Lévis-Lauzon Faucons (0-6) vs Champlain-Lennoxville Cougars (5-1)  The Faucons came out of the gate strong scoring the first 10 points of the game, but the defence struggled against the Cougars offence who was pretty efficient spreading the ball to all their weapons, including QB Guillaume Renaud-Dumoulin seeing some action with a rushing TD. The final score was 34-27 in favour of Champlain and Lévis-Lauzon’s 4 turnovers killed their hopes in this contest.

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Limoilou QB #2 Olivier Bamrounsavath and RB #21 Gabriel Brault

Cégep Limoilou Titans (3-3) vs Collège Montmorency Nomades (0-6)  Limoilou got the win and it was not how they expected it. Montmorency stayed in the game even though they only had 154 yards passing and 144 rushing with a touchdown for each. The 100 yard kickoff return from WR Frédérick Antoine gave the Blue and Yellow some hope. But the Titans defence held their own with 6 sacks and keeping the Nomades RB Kevin Dubois to only 96 yards. The Limoilou offence was productive enough in the air with QB Olivier Bamrounsavath completing 16 out of 29 for 144 including 2 touchdowns rushing, and RB Gabriel Brault rushing 155 yards on 22 carries to help bring the score to 26-21 for a well fought victory.

Campus Notre-Dame-de-Foy (5-1) vs Cégep Vieux-Montréal Spartiates (3-3)  The Spartiates defence, directed by #CFC100 LB Enock Makonzo who finished with 8.5 total tackles, 1 for loss and a sack, could not slow down the Notre-Dame offence, led by QB David Pelletier who completed 13 out of 23 for 249 yards and a shattering 4 touchdowns. The Notre-Dame defence, headed by #CFC100 Samuel Maranda-Brizeau did put a lot of pressure on the Vieux-Montréal QB, William Roy-Rodriguez, who only completed 7 out of 18 for 57 yards, and 2 interceptions. The Spartiates managed to run the ball with Jean Clifford Dazouloute carrying the rock 17 times for 107 yards and the only major for his team. The Notre-Dame crew ended this duel with a 45-9 win.

Vanier College Cheetahs (4-2) vs Cégep Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu Géants (3-3)  A thriller game to watch, from beginning to end! The stats on offence are almost identical; Géants QB #CFC100 Dimitri Morand completed 25 out of 34 for 338 yards, 3 touchdowns, 1 interception and 1 rushing touchdown, Vanier QB Dimitrios Sinodinos completed 22 out of 36 for 298 yards, 2 touchdowns, 2 picks and 2 rushing touchdowns. Their top targets, Géants’ Jordan Duprey caught 9 for 160 yards and 2 touchdowns and Vanier’s SB Ryth-Jean Giraud caught 7 for 159 yards and a major. On the ground, Saint-Jean rushed for a total 173 yards and Étienne Doyon had 164 of those plus 3 majors, and Vanier rushed for 180 yards and RB Patrick Charles had 113 and 1 major. The Vanier defence, directed by #CFC100 LB Kean Harelimana with 6. total tackles, had some difficulties stopping the run last week and St-Jean took advantage of the weakness. A lot of points were scored, the Cheetahs even scored a TD on a kickoff return by RB Darnel Jarrett, tied at 50 in the fourth quarter with 11 seconds left in the game, Saint-Jean scored a single, kicker Nathan Lévesque, to win it by 1 and keep their hopes alive for the playoffs.

 

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