CFC10 Non-Public RANKINGS (6): Champ goes down in opening week

UCC loses first game in conference season

Friday night in Cleveland, Clarkson played their worst game to date. Bad snaps, muffed punt, and missed tackles summarize the many errors during the game. CFC100 Nick Mardner continues to play outstanding football, accounting for all three Clarkson touchdowns, making it a total of five in two games.  The team travels to face the top team in Cleveland, St. Ignatius.

Canada Prep did not travel to Ohio to play Ellet and therefore the game was cancelled.  Reason given was transportation was not available.

St. Joseph traveled to New Jersey and lost to the Peddie Falcons.  The Falcons roster is littered with NCAA commits including OL Noah DeHond (Clemson), REC Jadon Blue (Temple), & QB Allan Waters (Vanderbilt) and they showed why in the blowout victory.  Two pick sixes, dropped balls and missed tackles summed up a first half dominated by the Falcons.  St. Joe’s CFC100 Lake Korte-Moore was their best player.  The team travels to Connecticut this week.

The Trinity College Bears would have liked a different outcome for the Homecoming this past weekend against the St. Andrew’s College Saints as they were defeated 53-37.

For SAC’s offense, running backs, Adre Simmonds scored 3 touchdowns and Ian MacLean would get 2 majors on the night. QB Dylan Tabone and SB Grant Campbell would also get 1 score a piece.

“Today was a great team win with every player on the roster receiving tons of much-deserved playing time.” – SAC Facebook

The Saints will face Upper Canada College on Saturday for their Homecoming.


It was upset weekend in Toronto this weekend with the St. Michael’s Kerry Blues beating Upper Canada College on the road, 21-13. At the half, UCC was up 11-7, but St. Mike’s would come back in the second half and take the ‘W’.

Lake Catholic’s Knight runningback Rhys Rusby, is brought down by Juan-Andres Tousel (credit: Barry Booher, The News Herald)

Royal Imperial played Lake Catholic high school as part of their annual homecoming game.  The Knights were shut out once again however the team showed improvement.

“We’re progressing,” Head Coach Joe Hagins said. “We moved the ball a little bit offensively tonight, which we weren’t able to do before today with any consistency. We have some things to build on, and we’ll look at the film and tune some things.”  The team is idle this week.



RK Last WK Team/School City (PROV) Overall Record Last result Next Game
1 1 Clarkson Football North Mississauga, ON 2-3 lost 42-21 vs. Lorain (OH) vs. St. Ignatius (OH)
2 2 Canada Prep Raiders Welland, ON 0-3 forfeit v. Ellet (OH) vs. Mater Dei (NJ)
3 4 St. Andrew’s College Saints Aurora, ON 3-0 won 53-37 vs. Trinity vs. UCC
4 5 St Joseph Football North Ottawa, ON 1-5 lost 55-14 vs. Peddie (NJ) vs. St Thomas More (CT)
5 6 St. Michael’s College Kerry Blues Toronto, ON 1-1 won 20-13 vs. UCC @ Trinity
6 3 Upper Canada College Blues Toronto, ON 0-2 lost 20-13 vs. St Mike’s @ SAC
7 7 Royal Imperial Knights St. Catharines, ON 0-5 lost 34-0 vs. Lake Cath. (OH) IDLE
8 8 Trinity College Bears Port Hope, ON 1-1 lost 53-37 vs. SAC vs. St Mike’s

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