CFC10 Non-public RANKINGS (11): Clarkson beats State champs

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Clarkson Secondary school’s program just notched the biggest win in its history, defeating the 2-time defending Pennsylvania State champs (4A) 51-40, giving the Cathedral Prep Ramblers their first home loss since 2011.  An opportunistic defense led by CFC100 Brad Kemayou and an offense led by the Offensive Line managed 51 points (CFC100 Brendan Barrow 4 TDs, 213 rushing yards).  CFC100 receiver Clark Barnes continued his dominant year with a touchdown and two-point convert.  Clarkson travels to Virginia Beach to play Bishop Sullivan.

Royal Imperial’s game against Friendship Collegiate was not so friendly for the visitors as they went down to the Washington squad 33-6.  The Knights scored a late fourth quarter passing touchdown, totalling 81 yards through the air and 57 on the ground for the game.  The Knights travel to Maryland for their final game of the year versus Calvert Hall.

St Joe’s travelled to Connecticut to play St Thomas More, the make-up game from the Tornado postponed game earlier this season.  Weather and field conditions played havoc for both teams however the home team managed to score on a punt return, interception return and three offensive touchdowns, making the final 34-0.  St Joe’s has a bye this week.

In the final game of the regular season in the Independent Schools league in Ontario, Upper Canada College remain undefeated with their 29-14 win over St. Andrew’s College. They will go on to the one of the semifinal matchups versus the Trinity College Bears (0-4) on November 1st.

St. Andrew’s (1-3) will play in the other semifinal game against St. Michael’s (3-1) on the 1st as well. The CISAA championship game will be played between the two winners on November 7th. Both St. Michael’s and TCS were on a bye this past weekend.


RK Lst Wk Team/School City Record Lst. Result
1 1 Clarkson Football North Mississauga 5-5 W 51-40 v. Cathedral Prep (PA)
2 2 Royal Imperial Knights St. Catharines 2-7 L 33-6 Friendship (MD)
3 3 St Joseph Football North Ottawa 1-7 L 34-0 v. St Thomas More (CT)
4 4 Upper Canada College Blues Toronto 4-2 W 29-14 v SAC
5 5 St. Michael’s College Kerry Blues Toronto 4-3 BYE
6 6 St. Andrew’s College Saints Aurora 2-5 L 14-29 v UCC
7 7 Trinity College Bears Port Hope 0-4 BYE


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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