CFC10 Non-public RANKINGS (1): Clarkson, St Joe’s start with wins

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Clarkson, St Joe’s start with wins

Clarkson Football North (FN) kicked off their 2018 season with an impressive 35-0 (mercy rule) win over COF Academy. FN was dominate on the defensive side of the ball and on special teams, which produced short fields for the offense and were responsible for 21 of the 35 points. CFC100s Adam Sedore and Jethro Oleko were all over the field as Sedore registered 4 TFLs and 3 QB sacks and Oleko had several big hits that set the tone for the entire defense. There was also some young defensive lineman who had step up and were impressive in their FN debut; CFC100s Leif Magnuson and Justin Stevens. Offensively, the ground game gave FN it’s early lead as CFC100 Brendan Barrow visited the endzone on more than one occasion against a sturdy, athletic COF defense. After a few adjustments, CFC100s Nick DeJesus and Clark Barnes made a few big plays through the passing game. Clarkson travels to Cincinnati to take on traditional powerhouse Archbishop Moeller this Friday.

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A change of locations due to striking game officials did not stop St Joe’s from starting the season off in the win column, defeating Silver Oaks Academy 27-12.  The defense, led by CFC100s Arthur Hamlin and Natale Frangione, pitched a shutout however the team gave up two touchdowns, one on a pick six and one on a kick-off return.  The offense produced four touchdowns including three rushing; a 35-yard run by CFC100 Jayden Simmonds, 7-yard run by Keegan Bertrand and a 2-yard run by Tyler Baigent.  QB Tristan Lefevbre connected with Russ Dixon for a 47-yard passing score.  This Friday St Joe’s visits Youngstown, Ohio where they play Cardinal Mooney at Youngstown State University.

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Royal Imperial Knights will play their first game on August 24 at 7pm. St. Mike’s, St. Andrew’s College, UCC, and Trinity have yet to post the 2018 schedule.

***Canada Prep was ranked in all previous four CFC10 rankings however do not appear in these rankings due to the program not disclosing an active Ontario Ministry of Education private school number.

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Rank Last RK Team/School City (ON) Record Last Result Next Game
1 1 Clarkson Football North Mississauga 1-0 35-0 win v. COF Academy v. Archbishop Moeller (OH)
2 4 St. Michael’s College Kerry Blues Toronto 0-0 dnp
3 3 St Joseph Football North Ottawa 1-0 27-12 win v. Silver Oaks v. Cardinal Mooney (OH)
4 5 St. Andrew’s College Saints Aurora 0-0 dnp
5 6 Upper Canada College Blues Toronto 0-0 dnp
6 8 Royal Imperial Knights St. Catharines 0-0 dnp v. Perry (OH)
7 7 Trinity College Bears Port Hope 0-0 dnp
2 ***Canada Prep Raiders


About #CFC10 Non-Public Rankings

The #CFC10 Non-Public rankings are high schools that are not public schools and/or who do not play in Canadian public school leagues. The rankings include and consider all conference and non-conference games. Non-public teams who play in Canadian public leagues will be considered in the #CFC50 high school rankings. All players must be enrolled in the public or private school for it to be considered a school team and eligible for these rankings. Private schools must have a ministry of education identification number to be considered.

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