CFC25 2019 Small School RANKINGS (FINAL): Holy Trinity named the inaugural kings


No. 1 Holy Trinity Academy Knights (11-0)Tier 2 Alberta Provincial Champions

No. 2 Vernon Panthers (8-0, 2-0) AA British Columbia Provincial Champions

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No. 3 Collège Bourget Voltigeurs (8-3) Juvenile 1b Bol d’Or Champions

No. 4 Yorkton Raider Gridders (9-0) – 5a Saskatchewan Provincial Champions

No. 5 Cochrane Cobras (10-0)Tier 3 Alberta Provincial Champions

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14 wk School/Team Mascot City Prov. Conf. Rec. Non-Conf. Rec. RSLT – week 14
1 1 Holy Trinity Academy Knights Okotoks AB 11-0 Final season over – Tier 2 provincial champions
2 2 Vernon Panthers Vernon BC 8-0 Final 2-0 W 43-14 v. Langley – AA provincial champions
3 3 Collège Bourget Voltigeurs Rigaud QC 8-3 Final season over – Juv. 1b Bol d’Or champions
4 4 Yorkton Raider Gridders Yorkton SK 9-0 Final season over – 5a provincial champions
5 5 Cochrane Cobras Cochrane AB 10-0 Final 0-2 season over – Tier 3 provincial champions
6 7 Miles Mac Buckeyes Winnipeg MB 9-1 Final season over – D2 provincial champions
7 8 L’Odyssee Olympiens Moncton NB 10-0 Final season over – D2 provincial champions
8 9 Séminaire Saint-Joseph Vert et Or Trois-Rivieres QC 9-1 Final season over
9 10 Bishop J. Mahoney Saints Saskatoon SK 7-2 Final 0-1 season over
10 6 Holy Cross Hurricanes Peterborough ON 8-2 Final L 31-21 v. CFC50 Korah (Northern Bowl – OFSAA)
11 11 É. sec. Saint-Stanislas Patriots Saint-Jerome QC 6-3 Final season over
12 12 Portage Collegiate Trojans Portage la Prairie MB 9-1 Final season over
13 14 Greenall Griffins Balgonie SK 7-1 Final season over
14 15 Cardston Cougars Cardston AB 8-1 Final 0-2 season over
15 16 Delhi District Delhi ON 6-0 Final season over – Haldimand-Norfolk champions
16 13 Langley Saints Langley BC 4-2 Final 3-0 L 43-14 v. Vernon (AA prov. final)
17 18 Austin O’Brien Crusaders Edmonton AB 8-4 Final season over
18 19 Thomas A. Stewart Griffins Peterborough ON 8-1 Final season over – AAA COSSA champions
19 17 Ballenas Whalers Nanaimo BC 7-1 Final 1-0 season over
20 20 Balfour Bears Regina SK 5-3 Final season over
21 21 HJ Cody Lakers Sylvan Lake AB 8-1 Final season over
22 22 Lloydminster Barons Lloydminster AB 9-2 Final 0-1 season over
23 23 Horton Griffins Wolfville NS 5-3 Final season over – D2 provincial Champions
24 24 St. Mary’s Mustangs Owen Sound ON 7-1 Final season over
25 25 Holy Rosary Raiders Lloydminster AB 7-4* Final 1-0 season over

Previous ranking: Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4, Week 5, Week 6, Week 7, Week 8, Week 9, Week 10, Week 11, Week 12, Week 13

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Who’s getting ranked?

For the first time, (CFC) is pleased to bring you the national ‘Small School’ high school football rankings known as the CFC25.

The CFC25 rankings considers all conference and non-conference games (in Canada and the United States) while scrimmages are not evaluated (there is no such thing as an exhibition game – those are classified as non-conference games) and forfeit* wins are not considered towards overall record.

How is the CFC25 evaluated?

Leagues/teams included in rankings:

  • British Columbia: AA Varsity
  • Alberta: Tier 2-4
  • Saskatchewan: 12-man 3A rural, Saskatoon  – 5A, Regina – Stewart
  • Manitoba: Division 2 and 3 Varsity
  • Ontario: NSSAA – Haldimand-Norfolk, BAA – Bluewater, COSSAA – Kawartha, COSSAA – Bay of Quinte, LRFL – Lanark-Renfrew, LGSSAA – Brockville, EOFC – Cornwall
  • Quebec: Juvenile Division 1b
  • New Brunswick: 12-man D2E and D2W
  • Nova Scotia: Div. 2 Nova – Sydney Academy, Horton, Millwood, Avon View, Cole Harbour. Scotia – Sackville, Park View, J.L. Ilsley, Central Kings, West Kings (***NS league was re-aligned Oct. 1, 2019. These are now the Division 2 teams and will take into affect for week 7 ranking)

The CFC25 is a RELATIVE RANKING that considers small school leagues from all eight high school playing provinces (minimum one team represented from each province) and the strength of the league. Additional criteria used to determine the relative ranking are the ability to accomplish winning a championship, the impact players and performers on that team (ie. CFC100s, CDN All-Stars etc.), and a team’s coaching and recent tradition.

The CFC Scouting Bureau consists of CFC Reporters, CFC Scouts, and selected local reporters and scouts who submit local ranking results on a weekly basis. The CFC25 is released every Tuesday (other than on Holidays) at 12 noon.

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