#CFC50 2017 high school RANKINGS (6): 2 top 10’s fall as high school season hits midpoint

No. 1 South Lions (3-0, 1-0) – Lions continue to roar with their 35-7 win over Wilfrid Laurier. They will meet up with and overmatched Glendale team on Thursday. 

No. 2 St. Francis Browns (3-0) – On collision course with the ND Pride for Friday, this is the game the whole province of Alberta is waiting to see. 

No. 3 Séminaire Saint-François Blizzard (6-0) – The Cactus are about to experience a snow day this upcoming weekend as the Blizzard will look to go 7-0. 

No. 4 St. Paul’s Crusaders (5-0) – The Crusaders will continue to flex their muscles as they prep for the playoffs as they have one more regular season game before they get a long break.

No. 5 A. N. Myer Marauders (3-0, 1-0) – The post Ford era is going extremely well as Myer nation remains undefeated.

No. 6 Curé-Antoine-Labelle Wolves (6-0) – The pack continues to grow in strength as they, but can’t look too far ahead in the ultra competitive juv. div. 1 RSEQ conference. 

No. 7 St. Thomas More Knights (3-0, 1-1) – The Knights ran rampant during the blackout. Will rest up this week in a much deserved bye. 

No. 8 Harry Ainlay Titans (5-0, 2-0) – We think Harry Ainlay will meet St. Francis in the provincial final. Until then, the Titans will continue their impressive run through northern Alberta. 

No. 9 Huron Heights Warriors (2-0, 1-1) – The Warrior return to the top 10, as they gather momentum and charge towards another OFSAA Bowl bid. 

No. 10 New Westminster Hyacks (3-0, 2-1) – For the first time ever, the Hyacks have cracked the top 10. Will they be able to continue to win in a very competitive AAA Western conference meat grinder where four of the eight teams are CFC50 ranked and 2 others have been on-again-off-again CFC50 ranked.

#CFC50 RANKINGS

RK Last Wk School/Team Mascot City Prov. Conf. Rec. Non-Conf. Rec. LAST RSLT – wk 6
1 1 South Lions London ON 3-0 1-0 won 35-7 v. Wilfrid Laurier
2 2 St. Francis Browns Calgary AB 3-0 won 33-8 v. Centennial
3 3 Séminaire Saint-François Blizzard Quebec QC 6-0 won 45-10 v. Saint-Louis
4 4 St. Paul’s Crusaders Winnipeg MB 5-0 won 45-7 v. Steinbach
5 6 A. N. Myer Marauders Niagara Falls ON 3-0 1-0 won 56-0 vs. Centennial
6 7 Curé-Antoine-Labelle Loups Laval QC 6-0 won 51-24 v. Triolet
7 8 St. Thomas More Knights Hamilton ON 3-0 1-1 won 34-0 v. Cathedral
8 10 Harry Ainlay Titans Edmonton AB 5-0 2-0 won 19-10 v. Bev Facey
9 12 Huron Heights Warriors Newmarket ON 2-0 1-1 won 42-14 v. King City
10 13 New Westminster Hyacks New Westminster BC 3-0 2-1 won 28-13 v. Seaquam
11 15 Holy Names Knights Windsor ON 3-0 2-0 won 39-23 v. Herman
12 16 Etobicoke CI Rams Toronto ON 2-0 1-0 won 24-21 v. Central Tech
13 14 Notre Dame Pride Calgary AB 2-0 1-0 IDLE
14 18 South Delta Sun Devils Delta BC 3-0 2-1 won 32-28 v. Vancouver College
15 23 Saint-Jean-Eudes Condors Québec QC 4-2 won 35-7 v. College Jean-Eudes
16 24 L.C.I. Rams Lethbridge AB 2-1 4-0 won 36-7 v. Winston Churchill
17 19 Holy Cross Crusaders Saskatoon SK 5-0 won 43-32 v. North Battleford
18 25 St. Marcellinus Spirit Mississauga ON 2-0 1-1 won 24-3 v. Our Lady of Mount Carmel
19 26 St. Roch Ravens Brampton ON 2-1 2-0 won 20-8 v. Lorne Park
20 21 St. Matthew Tigers Ottawa ON 1-0* won 21-2 v. Franco-Cite
21 28 Centennial Chargers Saskatoon SK 5-0 won 41-13 v. Walter Murray
22 29 St. David Celtics Waterloo ON 3-0 won 26-14 v. St. Mary’s
23 30 Holy Trinity Titans Oakville ON 3-0 2-0 won 45-21 v. Assumption
24 34 St. Thomas Aquinas London ON 3-0 won 38-7 v. Holy Cross
25 27 Citadel Phoenix Halifax NS 5-0 won 10-9 v. Sir John A Macdonald
26 5 W.F. Herman Green Griffins Windsor ON 2-1* lost 39-23 v. Holy Names (Windsor)
27 17 Triolet Harfangs Sherbrooke QC 4-2 lost 51-24 v. Curé-Antoine-Labelle
28 32 Holy Trinity Titans Courtice ON 3-0 won 35-3 v. St. Stephen
29 NR Miller Marauders Regina SK 4-1 won 39-13 v. Leboldus
30 31 Blessed Trinity Thunder Grimsby ON 2-0* 1-0 won v. St. Francis (forfeit)*
31 NR St. Thomas More Knights Burnaby BC 3-0 2-0 won 15-8 v. Terry Fox
32 35 Ecole Sec. Roger-Comtois Patriotes Quebec QC 4-2 won 13-10 v. College Laval
33 9 Terry Fox Ravens Port Coquitlam BC 2-1 1-1 lost 15-8 v. St.Thomas More
34 45 Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers Surrey BC 3-0 1-1 won 54-0 v. Mission
35 37 Cardinal Newman Cardinals Stoney Creek ON 2-0 0-1 IDLE
36 33 Seaquam Seahawks Delta BC 2-1 1-0 lost 28-13 v. New Westminster
37 11 Leboldus Golden Suns Regina SK 3-1-1 lost 39-13 v. Miller
38 42 Notre Dame Jugglers Vancouver BC 2-1 2-0 won 48-0 v. Carson Graham
39 40 Nelson Lords Burlington ON 2-0 0-2 IDLE
40 22 Raymond Comets Raymond AB 2-1 0-1 lost 14-12 v. Cardston
41 NR Regina Mundi Titans London ON 3-0 won 14-3 v. St. Joseph’s
42 44 Korah Colts Sault Ste. Marie ON 5-0 won 35-14 v. St. Mary’s
43 46 Nantyr Shores Tritons Innisfil ON 3-0 won 41-0 v. Collingwood
44 47 Jacob Hespeler Hawks Cambridge ON 3-0 0-1 won 43-3 v. Preston
45 49 Sir Allan MacNab Hamilton ON 3-0 won 28-0 v. Waterdown
46 50 Notre Dame Niagara Falls ON 3-0 won 29-7 v. St. Michael
47 NR Vincent Massey Trojans Winnipeg MB 2-2* won 19-5 v. Grant Park
48 36 Bellerose Bulldogs St. Albert AB 2-1 3-0 lost 20-16 v. Austin O’Brien
49 NR Riverview Royals Moncton NB 4-1 won 27-26 v. Tantramar
50 NR Richview Saints Toronto ON 2-0 won 30-20 v. Northern

Previous Ranking: Week 1, Week 2 , Week 3, Week 4, Week 5,

 

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3 Comments

  1. Makes no sense why a ranked 20 team beaten would fall of list completely after losing 1 game in the last 24 games by 1 point. I realize NB is not considered as competitive as other regions, but I believe this is a mistake if everything is considered, and it is not just a W-L that puts you on list if that is the case then 21 teams shouldn’t be on this list based on this theory.

    • Once again Quebec, Ontario and BC seem to be considered by different rules.
      They can lose and hang onto their ratings but if a Maritime team or a Saskatchewan team lose or only wins by 10 points they seem to be dropped or passed over by teams. Look at Holy Cross of Saskatoon who have been leap frogged again this week by a Quebec team that has lost multiple games. The only reason would be they think Quebec is just that much better. Pretty sure that Saskatchewan was in the gold medal game this year and winning till Quebec scored with seconds left on a third down toss. Seems like two pretty close provinces if you ask me. To further that Ontario was beat by Saskatchewan. Time for the old boys club to rethink their assessments.

  2. Football Fan says:

    How does Richview ranked 50th defeat number 12 ranked ECI 48-9 and not move up with ECI dropping only to 16? RCI’s 2001 class is 25-0 in the last three years and won the junior Metro Bowl last season. These rankings are nonsensical.

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