#CFC10 Non-public school rankings (5): SAC, UCC start with conference wins

St. Andrew’s College, Upper Canada College start with big wins in conference action

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Photo’s courtesy: SAC

The Saints defeated the SMC Kerry Blues 38-20 at SMC’s Homecoming. The Saints defence played well, led by DEs Liam Gracey and Yiannis Spetsakis, LBs Walter Karabin and Ian MacLean, and DBs Will Wang and Jacob Edwards. Offensively, RB Adre Simmonds (#CFCOPC) was the best player on the field, rushing for over 300 yards and adding 4 TDs. The Saints offensive line were also great today. (Source: SAC, Photo courtesy: SAC)

UCC’s varsity head of TCS 23-7 at halftime in the Association Day football game, and there was no letting up in the second half as the Blues rolled to a 44-26 win.

Top ranked Canada Prep continued their impressive campaign, competing with top ranked Maryland team McDonogh.  An early touchdown off a bad punt snap and excellent third quarter (two long touchdowns including a special teams TD) were not enough for the Raiders to defeat the Eagles, losing 36-20.  McDonogh led 22-20 with 4:49 left in 3rd quarter and eventually pulled away.

Football North had their most impressive outing of the season defeating last years’ Ohio 3A semi-finalist Zanesville Blue Devils. 40-0 . #CFC100 Tyrell Richards, Deionte Knight and Cameron Gilmore led the defense to its shut out victory.  Super Sophomore QB Nick DeJesus was on target with two long touchdowns early in the first quarter.  Nick Mardner had his best game hauling in a 65 yard TD pass and a few spectacular catches (WATCH HERE 9:20 mark) as well.



Picture: UCC Facebook (featured), Football North source Zanesville Times


#CFC10 ranking

Rank Last Team/School City (PROV) Overall PTS PTS Conference Non-conf. USA USA opponent Last Result
  WK     Record F A Record Record Record Rankings (MaxPreps – sept 28)  
1 1 Canada Prep Raiders Welland, ON 2-2 125 115 2-2 2-2 2043, 1403, 999, 72 lost 36-20 McDonogh
2 2 Football North Clarkson Mississauga, ON 2-3 102 116 2-3 2-3 1468, 64, 371, 9394, 4715, won 40-0 v. Zanesville
3 3 Royal Imperial Knights St. Catharines, ON 0-3 41 126 0-3 0-3 2896, 1762, 42 BYE
4 4 Upper Canada College Blues Toronto, ON 2-0 58 33 1-0 1-0 won 44-26 v. Trinity
5 5 St. Andrew’s College Saints Aurora, ON 3-0 124 60 1-0 2-0 won 38-20 v. St Michael’s
6 6 Trinity College Bears Port Hope, ON 0-1 26 44 0-1 lost 44-26 v. UCC
7 7 St. Michael’s College Kerry Blues Toronto, ON 1-2 54 94 0-1 1-1 0-1 77 lost 38-20 v. SAC

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About #CFC10 Non-Public Rankings:

The #CFC10 Non-Public rankings are high schools that are not public schools who do not play in Canadian public 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 USA scores must be approved by MaxPreps and opponents must be a Varsity team.  USA teams rankings change as the year progresses and this will be considered and updated in these rankings.  The rankings are published Tuesday mornings (unless holiday).



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