CFC10 Non-public RANKINGS (4): Ohio Blues

Clarkson faced off against perennial powerhouse Wayne.  After a shaky start, Clarkson went toe to toe with the Warriors.  Clarkson found out that Wayne receiver, Ohio State commit, L-Christian Smith is the real deal as he dominated the contest.  CFC100 QB Connor Irwin-Lewis had his best game hooking up for TDs with Josiah McKoy & CFC100 Nick Mardner.  The defense was led by Tyrell Lawrence and Ife Onyemenam.

Canada Prep Raiders showed promise early in the game against Central Catholic Irish.  The visitors took an early 8-0 lead on American Jamel Lofton’s 70-yard interception return and CFC100 Katley Joseph’s conversion run with 6:24 left in the first quarter.  Central outgained Canada Prep 205-82 offensively, paced by Irish back Devon Rivers, who rushed 28 times for 129 yards.

St. Andrew’s College (SAC) played Friday night against the CCH Crusaders at TD Stadium in London in non-conference play.

“Travelling on the road to face one of the truly great football programs in Canada, we were expecting a big physical test – and we got one, ” said head coach Len Gurr of SAC.

Offensively, QB Dylan Tabone, RBs Adre Simmonds and CFC100 Ian MacLean, and WRs and CFC100 s Wells Karabin and Lucas LaBrier had big plays and enabled the offence to get into a rhythm in the 2nd half. On the defensive side of the ball, defensive ends CFC100 Liam Gracey and Yiannis Spetsakis set the tone for an outstanding night by the front seven.

“Our ability to contain the vaunted CCH run game was a key to our success.”

St. Joseph was in Ohio to face the Big Red of Steubenville.  Not much to cheer about early as they went down early and often.  Jayden Simmonds and Kevin Victome scored TDs.  Big Red finished with 368 yards of total offense while St. Joe’s was limited to 20 yards on the ground and 132 in the air.  The team hopes this week’s trip to Maryland well help cure the Ohio blues.

Royal Imperial faced Hun hoping for a better result than last season.  What they got was the opposite.  The Knights were down five touchdowns after the first quarter, and 49-0 at half.  Royal Imperial scored their only points with under a minute left in the game on a one-yard touchdown run from Rhys Rusby.



RK Last Team/School City (PROV) Overall Last result Next game
  WK   Record  
1 1 Clarkson Football North Mississauga, ON 1-2 lost 34-21 v. Wayne (OH) vs. McDowell (PA)
2 2 Canada Prep Raiders Welland, ON 0-2 lost 23-8 v.. Toledo Catholic (OH) vs. Brunswick (OH)
3 3 Upper Canada College Blues Toronto, ON 0-0 vs. A.B. Lucas (ON)
4 4 St. Andrew’s College Saints Aurora, ON 1-0 Won 28-14 v. CCH (London) vs. Huron Heights (ON)
5 5 St Joseph Football North Ottawa, ON 1-3 lost 42-14 v. Steubenville (OH) vs. Mt. St. Joseph (MD)
6 6 St. Michael’s College Kerry Blues Toronto, ON 0-0 vs. Madison (MI)
7 7 Royal Imperial Knights St. Catharines, ON 0-3 lost 63-6 v. vs. Hun (NJ) vs Winton Woods (OH)
8 8 Trinity College Bears Port Hope, ON 0-0 vs. SAC


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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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