CFC50 2018 high school RANKINGS (3): Top programs start to flex their muscles

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No. 1 St. Thomas More Knights (1-0, 0-1) – The Knights maintain No. 1 with their 31-6 win over St. Jean de Brebeuf this past weekend. We are excited for this next matchup this upcoming weekend where they will face No. 23 Cardinal Newman for the battle in Steel town.

No. 2 Harry Ainlay Titans (1-0, 2-0) – Titans flexed some muscle over Bev Facey with a beat down of 66-7. We heard through the grapevine that this score could have been much worse as the Titans had multiple touchdowns called back. Harry Ainlay looks to be untouchable at this point in the game, but we’ll wait a bit longer and see what happens this next weekend when they meet the Bellerose Bulldogs.

No. 3 Séminaire Saint-François Blizzard (2-0) – Once again the Blizzard freeze an opponent with their 58-13 win over College Notre-Dame. Academie Saint-Louis will be next in the path of this storm this upcoming weekend.

No. 4 St. Francis Browns (1-0, 1-0) – In a 45-0 blowout against Bishop O’Byrne, the Browns continue to dominate any and all competition in southern Alberta. Crescent Heights has a tough task ahead of them this weekend. We don’t see the result being much different from last week.

No. 5 Holy Names Knights (1-0, 0-1) – In keeping with the blowout theme, the Knights took the ‘W’ with a 51-0 score of Essex proving that they will most likely run through their schedule with a lot of similar outcomes as they are on a collision course with No. 14 Herman. However, Sandwich will get their chance to knock off the Knights this next weekend.

No. 6 St. Paul’s Crusaders (2-0) – And with a 38-0 final score over Grant Park, the Crusaders will now look forward to their most competitive game this next weekend and the best game of the week in the country, in our opinion, as they play No. 18, the Vincent Massey Trojans. It’s always fun to watch these two beat up on eachother. Will Massey prevail?

No. 7 New Westminster Hyacks ( 1-0, 1-1) – While the Hyacks beat Abbotsford for Homecoming, 40-6, it sure wasn’t pretty as they had multiple penalties and touchdowns called back. New West will face the Handsworth Royals this next weekend. Hopefully they can address their penalty situation and play up to their potential.

No. 8 London South Lions (1-0) – In non-conference play, South beat Barrie North, 34-3. They face Medway for the start of their regular season play and their journey back to the top? We’ll see…

No. 9 Saint-Jean-Eudes Condors (3-0) – Laying the smack down on College Charles-Lemoyne with a 35-0 win, the Condors boast the top defense in their league thus far and are simply taking people apart. Once again, we look forward to the inevitable meeting with the Blizzard, but that will have to wait as they play College Jean-Eudes this next weekend.

No. 10 Catholic Central Crusaders (1-1) – With a 34-20 win over Upper Canada College, the Crusaders will play the No. 26 Huron Heights Warriors – who have been struggling as of late. This will be a great game to watch as we see one of the top teams from southern Ontario take on one of the top teams from central Ontario.



RK Wk 2 School/Team Mascot City Prov. Conf. Rec. Non-Conf. Rec. LAST RSLT – wk 3
1 1 St. Thomas More Knights Hamilton ON 1-0 0-1 won 31-6 v. St. Jean de Brebeuf
2 2 Harry Ainlay Titans Edmonton AB 1-0 2-0 won 66-7 v. Bev Facey
3 3 Séminaire Saint-François Blizzard Quebec QC 2-0 won 58-13 v. College Notre-Dame
4 4 St. Francis Browns Calgary AB 1-0 1-0 won 45-0 v. Bishop O’Byrne
5 5 Holy Names Knights Windsor ON 1-0 0-1 won 51-0 v. Essex
6 6 St. Paul’s Crusaders Winnipeg MB 2-0 won 38-0 v. Grant Park
7 7 New Westminster Hyacks New Westminster BC 1-0 1-1 won 40-6 v. Abbotsford
8 8 London South Lions London ON 1-0 won 34-3 v. Barrie North
9 9 Saint-Jean-Eudes Condors Québec QC 3-0 won 35-0 v. College Charles-Lemoyne
10 10 Catholic Central Crusaders London ON 1-1 won 34-20 v. Upper Canada College
11 11 Terry Fox Ravens Port Coquitlam BC 1-0 2-0 won 50-7 v. Vernon
12 12 Richview Saints Toronto ON DNP
13 13 Lorne Park Spartans Mississauga ON 1-1 won 28-0 v. St. Paul’s
14 14 W.F. Herman Green Griffins Windsor ON 1-0 won 52-0 v. St. Anne’s
15 15 Holy Trinity Titans Oakville ON 1-0-1 won 42-7 v. Notre Dame
16 16 Mount Douglas Rams Victoria BC 2-0 won 36-19 v. Handsworth
17 18 Henry Wise Wood Warriors Calgary AB 1-0 1-0 won 30-0 v. Crescent Hts.
18 19 Vincent Massey Trojans Winnipeg MB 2-0 1-0 won 59-25 v. Vincent Massey BND
19 21 Leboldus Golden Suns Regina SK 2-0 0-1 won 44-0 v. Winston Knoll
20 20 Holy Trinity Titans Courtice ON 1-0 won 55-0 v. Central Tech
21 22 Curé-Antoine-Labelle Loups Laval QC 1-1 won 18-7 v. Roger Comtois
22 23 Cardinal Newman Cardinals Stoney Creek ON 1-0 won 43-14 v. Bishop Ryan
23 24 St. Roch Ravens Brampton ON 1-0 1-0 won 29-14 v. Garth Webb
24 26 Notre Dame Pride Calgary AB 1-0 0-1 won 42-6 v. Centennial
25 28 Nelson Lords Burlington ON 2-0 won 21-16 v. A.N. Myer
26 17 Huron Heights Warriors Newmarket ON 1-1 lost 25-22 v. St. Mike’s
27 25 Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers Surrey BC 1-1 lost 23-0 v. Lynden (WA) rank 2284
28 32 Salisbury Sabres Sherwood Park AB 2-0 0-1 won 49-7 v. Spruce Grove
29 29 Raymond Comets Raymond AB 2-1 DNP
30 30 Northern Red Knights Toronto ON DNP
31 31 Centennial Chargers Saskatoon SK 2-0 won 8-5 v. St. Joseph
32 35 Tantramar Regional Titans Sackville NB 2-0 won 58-1 v. Riverview
33 33 South Delta Sun Devils Delta BC 1-1 won 34-18 v. Carson Graham
34 34 St. Matthew Tigers Ottawa ON 0-1 DNP
35 36 Holy Cross Crusaders Saskatoon SK 2-0 won 43-14 v. Evan Hardy
36 39 Vancouver College Fighting Irish Vancouver BC 2-0 1-0 won 41-0 v. Belmont
37 27 A. N. Myer Marauders Niagara Falls ON 0-1 lost 21-16 v. Nelson
38 38 Notre Dame College Fighting Irish Welland ON DNP
39 40 Citadel Phoenix Halifax NS 2-0 won 60-0 v. Halifax West
40 41 St. Thomas More Knights Burnaby BC 2-0 won 30-6 v. SRT
41 NR Riffel Royals Regina SK 2-0 won 24-22 v. Campbell
42 43 L.C.I. Rams Lethbridge AB 2-2 won 35-3 v. Ernest Manning
43 37 College Jean-Eudes Montreal QC 2-1 lost 29-24 v. Triolet
44 45 St. Benedict Saints Cambridge ON DNP
45 NR AB Lucas London ON 2-0 won 26-19 v. Jacob Hespeler
46 46 Arnprior Rapids Arnprior ON WAITING v. Smith Falls
47 47 Sir Allan MacNab Lions Hamilton ON 1-0 0-1 won 29-14 v. Westmount
48 48 Sir Wilfrid Laurier Rams London ON DNP
49 49 St. Marcellinus Spirit Mississauga ON 0-1 DNP
50 50 College Charles-Lemoyne Longueuil QC 2-1 lost 35-0 v. Saint-Jean Eudes
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Who’s getting ranked?

For the ninth year in a row, (CFC) is pleased to bring you the national high school football rankings known as the CFC50.

The CFC50 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 CFC50 evaluated?

Leagues included in rankings: British Columbia AAA Varsity, Alberta Tier One, Saskatchewan 12-man 4A, Manitoba AAA Varsity, Ontario OFSAA Bowl AAA qualified teams, Quebec Juvenile Division 1, New Brunswick 12-man, Nova Scotia Tier 1.

The CFC50 is a RELATIVE RANKING that considers top tier leagues from all eight high school playing provinces (minimum one team represented from each province) and the strength of the league that they play in. 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 CFC50 is released every Monday (other than on Holidays) at 12 noon.

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