CFC10 Non-Public Rankings (8): Knights make a move

Knights win first game of year

All-American Teradja Mitchell returned an interception 98 yards in the first quarter as the Bishop Sullivan Crusaders rolled past Canada Prep on Saturday.

Tyler DeSue threw four touchdown passes, including a pair to Armani Chatman in the first half, as the Crusaders built a 34-6 halftime lead over the Raiders.  Sheridan Jones and Noah Anderson also had touchdown catches for Bishop Sullivan (3-4), which snapped a two-game losing streak.

Royal Imperial Knights visited Ohio after a bye week and pulled off a victory against small school Warren John F Kennedy, a reigning Ohio state champion. The final score was 27-22.

(photo courtesy of SAC Facebook)

The St. Andrew’s College Saints defeated the previously unbeaten SMC Kerry Blues 49-31 this afternoon. The win improves the Saints to 5-0 overall on the season (3-0 in conference) and moves us into sole possession of 1st place.

QB Dylan Tabone had a monster game this afternoon leading the offence. Tabone rushed for 3 TDs and over 250 yards on the ground, including a 108 yard TD run. He also added 2 TDs in the air, both to CFC100 WR Lucas LaBrier. LaBrier was a big play threat all game long. RBs Adre Simmonds and Ian MacLean also added TD runs and continued their ongoing trend of being major difference-makers each week. Huge props also go to the offensive line. The big ‘war daddies’ CFC100 Gabriel Wallace, Ethan Kalra, Matt Cronin, Alex Ross and Sam Ashton battled a physical and aggressive Kerry Blues’ front 7 and took over the game in the 2nd half.

Defensively, after a tough 1st half, the unit deserves immense credit for digging in and generating stops and turnovers in the 2nd half. Led by LBs Angus Austgarden, CFC100 Wells Karabin, the aforementioned MacLean, and Will Abbott, as well as DEs Yiannis Spetsakis and CFC100 Liam Gracey, the defensive front limited an impressive Kerry Blues’ rushing attack as the game progressed. A big shoutout also goes to rookie DL Alastair Binnendyk. Pressed into duty today, Binnendyk stepped up and played a solid game.

Next up for the Saints is a home game on Saturday, October 14th against the TCS Bears. (Source: St. Andrew’s College Facebook)

Upper Canada College beat the Trinity College Bears, 38-28, this past weekend. Unfortunately, the 0-3 TCB won’t have it any easier on the 14th as they go on to meet 3-0 St. Andrew’s College. UCC will face 2-1 St. Mike’s on the 13th.



Rank Last WK Team/School City (PROV) Overall Record Last Result Next Game
1 1 Clarkson Football North Mississauga, ON 2-4 IDLE v. St. Xavier (OH)
2 2 Canada Prep Raiders Welland, ON 0-5 lost 51-13 vs. Bishop Sullivan (Va) TBD
3 3 St. Andrew’s College Saints Aurora, ON 5-0 won 49-31 vs. St Mike’s v. Trinity
4 7 Royal Imperial Knights St. Catharines, ON 1-5 won 27-22 vs. John F Kennedy (OH) TBD
5 5 St Joseph Football North Ottawa, ON 1-6 IDLE v. Cheshire (CT)
6 4 St. Michael’s College Kerry Blues Toronto, ON 2-2 lost 49-31 @ SAC v. UCC
7 6 Upper Canada College Blues Toronto, ON 1-3 won 38-28 @ Trinity v. St. Mike’s
8 8 Trinity College Bears Port Hope, ON 1-3 lost 38-28 vs. UCC v. SAC

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