CFC10 Non-public RANKINGS (2): Clarkson falls to Moeller, penalties hurt St. Joes, RICC falls victim once again

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Facing perennial Ohio powerhouse, Cincinnati Catholic leagues’ Archbishop Moeller, Clarkson Football North was hoping to upend a top US program.  That did not happen.  Too many mistakes and a negative turnover differentiation was the difference.  The visitors stumbled on offence out of the gate, leaving points on the field. Five turnovers (2 fumbles, 2 interceptions, 1 on downs) throughout the game against zero for Moeller proved a big difference maker.  The defence was stout, however did not take the ball away.  CFC100 Brendan Barrow had 236 yards combined rushing and receiving, including an 85-yard receiving touchdown and a costly fumble (which resulted in a scoop and score TD for Moeller).  The defence gave up two touchdowns.  Down 17-0 at half, Clarkson managed to win the second half moral victory, however the score that mattered was the final score of 27-14.  Clarkson has a bye this week.


St. Joe’s Football North played a competitive Cardinal Mooney team on Friday night in Ohio.  St. Joe’s and Mooney went back and forth for the first quarter and a half, seeing St. Joe’s lead 14-12 with six minutes remaining in the second quarter.  Scoring for St. Joe’s were CFC100 players Arthur Hamlin and Russell Dixon.  The wheels fell off for St. Joe’s after undisciplined play including a Hamlin unsportsmanlike penalty which saw the kickoff team pinned deep in their end and giving up a KOR TD.  Poor tackling on defence and kickoff team, and two interceptions, saw the game quickly turn around in favour of Mooney with the home team adding three touchdown scores prior to the end of the half.  A low scoring second half saw St. Joe’s put one more major on the board as Ronan Horrall caught a seam pass for a touchdown.  Final score 45-22.  St. Joe’s travels to Pennsylvania to play Cathedral Prep this week.

Similar script for RICC to last year as they went down early and often against the Perry Panthers.  The Knights first drive of the game ended in an interception that saw Perry return it to the 2-yard line, and the next play the Panthers converted the touchdown.  On the next Panther possession, they scored on a 4-yard run putting them up 13-0 (missed PAT) less than three minutes into the game.  Another TD in the first quarter put the home team up 20-0.  After another Perry score that put the home team up 27-0, the Knights finally got on the board prior to halftime when Czech Republic player and 2017 returning starting QB Jakob Horacek hooked up with Wesley Bailey on a 6-yard pass.  Two more scores by Perry prior to half made the score 41-7.  With a running clock and only Perry back up players on the field the Knights managed two 2nd half touchdowns with Horacek hooking up with Bailey and Radium Kalous.  Final score 41-21.  RICC travels to South Carolina to play TL Hanna this week.

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Rank Last Wk Team/School City (ON) Record Last Result Next Game
1 1 Clarkson Football North Mississauga 1-1 Lost 27-14 v Archbishop Moeller (OH) BYE
2 2 St. Michael’s College Kerry Blues Toronto 0-0 DNP
3 3 St Joseph Football North Ottawa 1-1 Lost 45-22 Cardinal Mooney (OH) v. Cathedral prep (PA)
4 4 St. Andrew’s College Saints Aurora 0-0 DNP
5 5 Upper Canada College Blues Toronto 0-0 DNP
6 6 Royal Imperial Knights St. Catharines 0-1 Lost 41-21 v Perry (OH) v. T.L. Hanna (SC)
7 7 Trinity College Bears Port Hope 0-0 DNP


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