CFC10 Non-public RANKINGS (4): St. Mike’s Kerry Blues enter the fray

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Mistakes and missed opportunities prevented Clarkson from victory Friday evening.  After a short weather delay, the visitors struggled on offense and specials while the defense worked with a short field most of the half.  A last-minute touchdown by the hosts made the halftime score 21-0.  The weather settled in the second half in part giving the visitors a chance for the comeback.  After a long drive by Elder, the defense blocked a field goal and recovered the football.  The offense put together a long drive of their own, capping it off with an 8-yard touchdown run by CFC100 Brendon Barrow.  The defense became stouter as the night progressed and gave the ball back on every second half possession.  A long 54-yard touchdown reception by CFC100 Clark Barnes half way through the 4th quarter made the score 21-13.  Clarkson got the ball back with less than 2 minutes remaining and drove to the opponents 30-yard line where they stalled, turning the ball over on downs and losing by 8 points to the top ranked Elder Panthers.  Clarkson travels to Erie high school this Friday.  

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St Joe’s

This year St. Joe’s competed better with the defending Ohio State 4A champs.  The visitors pulled to within 13 with 5:56 left in the third on an 8-yard run by CFC100 Jayden Simmonds.  Early interceptions by Schneider Phillippe-Cave & AJ Richmond gave St Joe’s a chance however the Steubenville defense responded in kind with two interceptions of their own.  Big Red finished with 392 yards of offense compared to 169 for St. Joseph.  “We are getting better,” St. Joseph coach Blaine Scatcherd said.  “We were here last year, and we really didn’t compete. We competed this year but just not for long enough stretches. I told our guys we are not good enough to win with nine guys doing it right or 10 doing it right or 11 doing it right for a short period of time.” Quotes courtesy: The Intelligencer

St Joe’s travels to Ohio to play hosts Lorain.


Royal Imperial travelled to Ohio to face the GlenOak Golden Eagles this past weekend. On the end of a lopsided score, 47-12, it wasn’t until the half that the Eagles started to pull away. At the start of the second quarter RICC trailed by just two points, 14-12. At the half, they had doubled that, making the score 34-12. They will get a bye this weekend. *stats were not available at press time

St. Mike’s

The St. Michael Kerry Blue travelled to the University of Waterloo for a non-conference matchup against A. B. Lucas. The Vikings came out the victor, 29-15. St. Mike’s will play CFC50 ranked Huron Heights this coming Friday. *stats were not available at press time



Rk Last Wk Team/School City (ON) Record Last Result Next Game
1 1 Clarkson Football North Mississauga 1-2 Lost 21-13 Elder (OH) v. Erie (PA) #2784
2 3 St Joseph Football North Ottawa 1-3 Lost 40-19 Steubenville (OH) v. Lorain (OH) #1751
3 4 St. Andrew’s College Saints Aurora 0-0
4 2 St. Michael’s College Kerry Blues Toronto 0-1 Lost 29-15 v. AB Lucas v. Huron Heights
5 6 Royal Imperial Knights St. Catharines 0-3 Lost 47-12 GlenOak (OH) Bye
6 5 Upper Canada College Blues Toronto 0-0
7 7 Trinity College Bears Port Hope 0-0

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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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