#CFC10 CEGEP (coll. div. 1) RECAP [7]: An impressive 242 yards rushing for Faucons RB Joanik Masse

Lévis-Lauzon RB #26 Joanik Masse (Photo credit: Daniel Mallard)

Notre-Dame’s defence shut down #CFC100 QB Dimitri Morand and the Géants’ offence! Five teams are battling for three spots to participate in the first round of the playoffs.

Champlain QB #9 Guillaume Renaud-Dumoulin (Photo credit: Violettepixel)

Cégep Vieux-Montréal Spartiates (3-4) vs Champlain-Lennoxville Cougars (6-1) When playing a rivalry game, you must show up! The Spartiates did just that last Friday night in Lennoxville. The Vieux-Montréal secondary, with DB’s #CFC100 Benjamin St-Juste and #CFC100 Jérémie Dominique, executed their well prepared plan to limit the Cougars air attack to a mere 198 yards and only one touchdown and maintain a respectful margin on the board. The Black and Gold front seven, directed by #CFC100 LB Julien Le Guéhennec, gave up a minimal 150 yards rushing, but permitted two touchdowns that reduced the possibility of a comeback. The Cougars defence, led by LB Sean Côté who piled up 10.5 tackles, cumulated 4 sacks and 2 interceptions to minimize the scoring opportunities to one major. The second interception, by LB Uriel Kalenga, occurred in the last minutes of the game while the Spartiates were rallying a drive to reduce the score to 3 points, and diminished any hope of a comeback. The Champlain offence jumped on the occasion to score a rushing touchdown, with the push of #CFC100 OT Patrick Davis, bringing the mark to 26-8. The pivot, QB Guillaume Renaud-Dumoulin got the start and completed 14 out of 27 for 198 yards, 1 touchdown and no interceptions. The Cougars’ two rookie QB’s are competing and performing week in and week out, and may prove to be a luxury in the long run.

Lévis-Lauzon RB #36 Nicolas Boissonneault (Photo credit: Daniel Mallard)

Cégep Garneau Élans (2-5) vs Cégep Lévis-Lauzon Faucons (1-6) Except for 2 interceptions by the Lévis-Lauzon defence, this was an offensive showdown. A lot of points were scored and the Faucons got their revenge with a 48-40 win over the cross town rivals that eliminated them last year in the first round of the playoffs. Lévis-Lauzon took an early lead and RB Joanik Masse, who leads the division in rushing with a total of 890 yards thanks to #CFC100 Philippe Robitaille and the rest of the OL, rushed for 242 yards bringing the offence close to the end zone where his colleagues took care of business. The faucons QB, Noel Grégoire, completed 9 out of 21 for 212 yards, 4 touchdowns passes and scored a rushing TD. The #CFC100 WR Antoine Mailhot, compiled 140 yards and scored 2 majors.The Élans’ offence was almost immaculate on paper, but the turnovers broke their backs. Completing 20 out of 28 for 310 yards and 1 touchdown, the replacing QB, Thierry Doucet, almost came through with a comeback. He was helped by RB Christophe Harnois-Tremblay, who rushed for 170 yards on 26 carries and 1 touchdown. The Faucons defence did stumble, but prevailed and a whisper of hope remains.

André-Grasset DL #5 Philippe Lemieux-Cardinal (Photo credit: André Provencher)

Cégep Limoilou Titans (3-4) vs Collège André-Grasset Phénix (6-1) Titans lose a tough one on the road against a flawless André-Grasset team. The Phénix offence  was deployed its arsenal on the first drive that ended in a passing touchdown from QB Pierre-Olivier Potvin to WR Guillaume Ranger. Potvin was 16 out 25 for 198 yards, 2 touchdowns and 1 interception. The defence was impeccable with the domineering performance of LB Yacine Audette, who piled-up 10.5 total tackles and 2 sacks, supported by #CFC100 Philippe Lemieux-Cardinal, who finished the day with 5 total tackles, 1 sack and 1 interception, and Gabriel Morel who scored on one of his two interceptions. Limoilou’s offence struggled and the turnovers were costly. Grasset engineered 2 blocked punts, one of which was returned for a score. With this 30 to 4 win, the Phénix is tied at 6-1 with Le Notre-Dame and the Cougars.

Campus Notre-Dame-de-Foy RB #4 Luca Perrier (Photo credit: Gino Brochu www.broch.ca)

Cégep Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu Géants (3-4) vs Campus Notre-Dame-de-Foy (6-1) The Notre-Dame defence, spearheaded by #CFC100 DT Samuel Maranda-Bizeau’s 4 total tackles, 2 for loss and 1 sack, helped stun the Géants running attack and yielded a minimal 118 yards. Poor weather conditions facilitated the containment of #CFC100 QB Dimitri Morand, who completed 12 out of 21 for 105 yards and no touchdowns. The Notre-Dame offence delivered an exciting performance, with RB Luca Perrier taking the lead role with 121 yards on 11 carries and a touchdown. Saint-Jean took WR Vincent Forbes-Mombleau out of the equation and WR Antoine Leclerc-Dansereau filled the part with 3 catches for 119 yards and 2 touchdowns. The CNDF special teams also contributed with a score on a kickoff return by DB William Vallières and kicker David Côté scoring on a field goal, 5 converts and a safety for a combined team total of 48 points against 10 for Saint-Jean.

Vanier QB #2 Dimitrios Sinodinos (Photo credit: André Provencher)

Collège Montmorency Nomades (0-7) vs Vanier College Cheetahs (5-2) The Nomades walked into a wild ticked-off bunch of Cheetahs. The rambling offensive front charged the Nomades’ defence and never looked back. Seven different backs touched the ball and 434 yards were gained with 3 touchdowns. The standout of the day was RB Kevin Foster Verdier who rushed for 161 yards on 8 carries and a touchdown. The Vanier QB, Dimitrios Sinodinos, added 172 yards, while targeting his favourite route runner, Ryth-Jean Giraud, 6 times for 78 yards and for the 2 aerial touchdowns. The Nomades offensive pivot Benjamin Pelletier, compiled 227 yards passing with three touchdowns, and rushed for 59 yards, but the 2 interceptions flipped the turnover scale in favour of the Cheetahs. The reliable #CFC100 LB Kean Harelimana crafted 9.5 total tackles, 1 for loss and 1 knockdown, and with the rest of the defence, sealed a 53-26 win.


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