#CFC10 CEGEP (coll. div. 1) RECAP [8]: Garneau’s WR Blanchette scores big in win OT over Vanier

Garneau WR #18 Mathieu Blanchette (Photo credit: Sonia Pérusse)

Notre-Dame’s offensive line kept #CFC100 DE Philippe Lemieux-Cardinal at large and claimed the number 2 spot! The duo QB David Pelletier and WR Vincent Forbes-Mombleau connected 8 times for 151 yards and a touchdown.

Champlain WR #11 Uunda Oboo (Photo credit: Violettepixel)

Champlain-Lennoxville Cougars (7-1) vs Cégep Limoilou Titans (3-5) The Cougars unleashed the route runners and dissected the Titans secondary. Champlain QB Guillaume Renaud-Dumoulin completed 13 out of 18 for 342 yards, 3 touchdowns and scored a major rushing for 2 yards, and backup QB Thomas Bolduc completed 8 out of 12 for 101 yards for a total of 443 yards passing. Their main targets were WR Uunda Oboo who caught 7 for 147 yards and 2 touchdowns, and WR Thomas Trottier who caught 3 for 131 yards. The offensive line, lead by #CFC100 OT Patrick Davis, did not concede 1 sack and kept the pressure away from the QB’s. On the other sideline, the young Limoilou QB, Olivier Bamrounsavath, had a good showing and WR Mathieu Robitaille caught 7 passes for 130 yards and a touchdown.  The Limoilou defence did manage to keep the Cougars running game to a minimum of 107 total yards. The Champlain defence stunned the Limoilou running game and limited RB Gabriel Brault to 40 yards. The Cougars 47-21 win leaves them on top and with the bye for the first round of the playoffs in hand.

Camus Notre-Dame-de-Foy QB #7 David Pelletier (Photo credit: François Pepin)

Collège André-Grasset Phénix (6-2) vs vs Campus Notre-Dame-de-Foy (7-1) The Phénix offence stayed in the locker room for the first half and they could not catch up to the 16 points deficit. The Notre-Dame offence came out strong and jolted #CFC100 DE Philippe Lemieux-Cardinal, who compiled only 4 tackles, and without the pressure on the QB, the Phénix secondary was exposed to the Notre-Dame aerial firing squad. The Notre-Dame QB, David Pelletier, who completed 25 out of 29 for 403 yards and a touchdown, maneuvered his unit like a master puppeteer. Pelletier hit WR Vincent Forbes-Mombleau 8 times for 151 yards and a touchdown, while RB Gloire Muganda rushed for 93 yards on 15 carries and a touchdown. The Notre-Dame defence pressured the Phénix QB Pierre-Olivier Potvin, who completed 20 out of 36 for 259 yards and 3 touchdowns, and got to him 4 times and LB Thomas Frost, racked up 1 of those sacks and cumulated 8 solo tackles and 3 for loss. The André-Grasset offence did manage to score in the second half, but the damage had been done and Notre-Dame clinches the number 2 spot with a 36-26 victory.

Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu QB #3 Dimitri Morand (Photo credit: François Pepin)

Cégep Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu Géants (4-4) vs Collège Montmorency Nomades (0-8) Saint-Jean’s #CFC100 QB, Dimitri Morand, rebounded with a bang and guided his team to a 500 record with a 42-28 victory. He completed 20 out of 37 for 323 yards, 5 touchdowns and 2 interceptions, and hitting his favorite target, WR Jordan Duprey 4 times for 109 yards and 3 touchdowns. The Géants managed the clock with the running game and RB Bruno Sénéchal compiled 230 yards on 29 carries. The defence did rack up 3 sacks and 1 interceptions. The Montmorency QB, Benjamin Pelletier, did complete 21 out of 33 for 303 yards and 2 touchdowns to end the game on a positive note.

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

Vanier College Cheetahs (5-3) vs Cégep Garneau Élans (3-5) The battered Garneau defence produced 5 sacks and a pick, to overcome the Cheetahs in overtime, by the score of 29-23. The Vanier offence did generate 362 passing yards and a total of 160 yards rushing. The Cheetahs QB, Dimitrios Sinodinos, completed 15 out of 30 for 274 yards in two shifts, in between, he was replaced by Noah Craney, who completed 9 out of 21 for 88 yards. Vanier’s WR Samuel Emilus stood out with 10 catches for 196 yards and a major, while RB Darnel Jarrett compiled 114 yards on 13 carries and a touchdown. The difference makers in this one, was the Élans defence, which compiled 5 sacks and 1 interception, and the mistake free Garneau QB Thierry Doucet. Doucet completed 10 out of 19 for 134 yards and 2 touchdowns to WR Mathieu Blanchette. The first touchdown equalized the game and the second one, won it. In total, Blanchette caught 7 passes for 134 yards. Their ground game, with RB Christophe Harnois-Tremblay who scored 2 majors and RB Danael Lefebvre who rushed 92 yards, combined a total 201 yards and kept their team alive for another week.

Vieux-Montréal #CFC100 DB #3 Jérémie Dominique

Cégep Lévis-Lauzon Faucons (1-7) vs Cégep Vieux-Montréal Spartiates (4-4) The Spartiates defence, anchored by #CFC100 LB Julein Le Guéhennec, stopped Lévis-Lauzon’s run game and the secondary, ignited by #CFC100 DB Benjamin St-Juste and #CFC100 DB Jérémie Dominique, limited their passing attack to 48 total yards. The Vieux-Montréal offence controlled the clock with the running game. A 34-7 victory places them tied for fifth and in a good position for the first round of the playoffs. The Faucons’ are officially out of the playoff race and the young players, counting QB Noel Grégoire, will have one more game to gain experience.


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