#CFC50 Games of the week (ONT) RECAP [6]: Top ranked teams remain unbeaten while the bottom of the list experiences a massive shakeup

We will be previewing the #CFC50 Games of the Week for Ontario. While this will be generally geared towards the #CFC50 ranked teams, we want to hear from you if there are great rivalry games or exciting matchups, regardless of tier or division, that we aren’t aware of. Send us a ‘heads up’ by TUESDAY each week and we’ll see what we can do: info@canadafootballchat.com.

*Note: Some information was not available at press time. It will be added as it becomes available.

….and now let’s get to it with this week’s #CFC50 Games of the Week RECAP



No. 2 W. F. Herman Green Griffins (5-0) v.s L’Essor (3-2)
It was another regular day at the office for Herman as they earned their fifth straight shutout in a 39-0 blanking over L’Essor. Griffins’ quarterback Michael Beale finished with two touchdowns passes – one to Marko Milovic from 7 yards out and another to #CFC100 Quintin Seguin on a 21 yard connection – while Branden McCraney shined once again with a 55 yard touchdown run. Zack Goertzen was good on all five of his converts, and Seguin added a single to the board with a booming 40 yard punt. Herman will face their first true test of the season going up against the #CFC50 Holy Names Crusaders this week.

No. 5 A. N. Myer Marauders (4-0) v.s Stamford (0-4)
Myer enjoyed another all around team effort defeating Stamford by a score of 50-0. After jumping out to a 28-0 lead in the second quarter, the Marauders took the opportunity to sub in their junior quarterback to get some valuable playing time, alongside a grade nine linemen who got his first taste of senior action. The highlight of the game came when 6’4, 310lbs Noah Spadafora got to live out every linemen’s dream, subbing in at fullback to take a two yard plunge into the end zone for a major.

No. 8 Cardinal Newman Cardinals (5-0) v.s Bishop Tonnes (0-4)
Newman remains unbeaten after another 48-0 victory over Bishop Tonnes. The goal will be for Newman to stay sharp as they look ahead to their week eight matchup versus the undefeated #CFC50 St. Thomas More Knights.

No. 12 St. Roch Ravens (5-0) v.s St. Thomas Aquinas (0-4)
Efficiency was the key for St. Roch as they dismantled St. Thomas Aquinas 52-7. Quarterback Deandre Rose finished with four touchdowns on just 171 yards passing, Aman Aujla had three receptions which all when for six points, while Joojo Paintsil made a name for himself on special teams going untouched on a pair of punt return touchdowns. On defence, Teddy Greene had a monster game finding his way to the quarterback for three sacks.

No. 13 Huron Heights Warriors (4-0) v.s St. Brother Andre (1-3)
It was clear sailing for Huron Heights as they cruised to a 62-7 win over St. Brother Andre. Among the scorers for the Warriors were quarterback Colin Grant, Mike Strumos and Jayden Thompson who all managed to find the end zone twice, while Farbod Adivi, Sebastian Scott and Aiden Mielczarek all added a touchdown of their own.

Photo Courtesy of Hamilton Scores

No. 14 St. Thomas More Knights (4-1) v.s Bishop Ryan (3-2)
Instead of the regularly scheduled program featuring #CFC100 Michael Chris-Ike, it was the Edgerrin Williams show for St. Thomas More this week as they blanked Bishop Ryan 35-0. Williams got the festivities started early returning the opening kickoff for a touchdown. He then transferred his skills to the defensive side of things taking an interception all the way back to the house. Then just for good measure, he flipped over to offence to take a 35 yard pass from Zach Odoardi to the end zone. With the win, the Knights keep pace for top spot in the HWCAA standings with their week eight matchup versus #CFC50 Cardinal Newman looming.

No. 17 Holy Names Knights (5-0) v.s Essex (3-2)
Holy Names remains confident after defeating Essex 29-0, improving their record to 5-0 this season. The Knights will need to harness that confidence heading into this week’s tough matchup with the #CFC50 Herman Green Griffins.

No. 18 Jacob Hespeler Hawks (3-0) v.s Cameron Heights (0-3)
Jacob Hespeler eased their way past Cameron Heights coming away with a swift 47-0 victory. Carrying the load for the Hawks was Chris Wahl who finished with three touchdowns, and Devante Hudson who found his way to the end zone on two occasions. Darrian Morgan also contributed nine points to the scoresheet, while Phillip Piticaru added six more to help boost Hespeler’s record to 3-0.

No. 20 Nelson Lords (5-0) v.s T. A. Blakelock (0-4)
Nelson’s highly touted offence did not disappoint versus T. A Blakelock, racking up 44 points en route to a decisive shutout victory. Jake Mitchell had a fantastic day finding the end zone on three separate occasions, while Robbie Walker, Brenden Day and Evan Catania all chipped in with a touchdown of their own. The Lords’ now look ahead to their highly anticipated matchup with the #CFC50 Holy Trinity Titans.

No. 22 Catholic Central Crusaders (3-1) v.s St. Thomas Aquinas (2-2)
Catholic Central prevailed in a battle between bitter rivals, downing St. Thomas Aquinas 25-0. Derek Aubin made his first appearance of the season and marked the occasion by scoring on a 25 yard run, while Jake Beukeboom hit Matthew McGillvray for a 10 yard touchdown strike to send the Crusaders into halftime up 15-0. Matthew Landry wrapped up the scoring with a 65 yard touchdown.

No. 23 South Lions (3-1) v.s East Elgin (0-3)
South ran up against the mercy limit once again, trouncing East Elgin by a score of 35-0. Among the notable plays for the Lions was a long punt return touchdown, as well as a fumble returned to the end zone for six points.

No. 25 Denis Morris Reds (4-0) v.s Notre Dame (2-2)
Led by quarterback Travis Arp, Denis Morris continues to assert their dominance in the NCAA division after another convincing 43-15 win over Notre Dame.

No.26 Paul Dwyer Saints (3-1) v.s Holy Trinity (3-1)
After jumping out to an early 7-0 lead, Paul Dwyer’s offence stalled allowing Holy Trinity to scrap their way back for a 12-7 victory. The comeback was aided by Michael Drake and Brady Loenhart who scored the Titans’ only points of the day, and with the win Holy Trinity is now tied with Paul Dwyer for first place.

No. 28 Corpus Christi Longhorns (5-0) v.s Frank Hayden (3-2)
Despite Frank Hayden flaunting an undefeated record coming into this one, Corpus Christi was able to put them in their place with a 52-10 victory.


No. 32 Superior Heights Steelhawks (6-0) v.s St. Mary’s (3-3)
Although St. Mary’s mounted a second half surge, there was no doubt about who was in control as Superior Heights walked away with a 40-21 victory. The Steelhawks managed to score 34 of their points before halftime, including a staggering three touchdowns in just under three minutes before the break. With the game already 14-0 after quarterback Noah Griggs connected with Kristian Shuttleworth for two touchdowns, Superior Heights exploded as Cooper Laframboise scored from two yards out with 3:32 remaining, then three yards out with 2:22 left on the clock, and finally to cap off the scoring spree, Isaac Belsito took a punt back 70 yards with just 1:38 remaining before halftime. Superior Heights hopes they can carry the momentum into the playoffs next week when they take on White Pines.

No. 33 Etobicoke Rams (5-0) v.s Richview (0-3)
The Rams’ Justice Allin flashed his big play ability once again racking up 250 all purpose yards to go along with three touchdowns as Etobicoke defeated Richview 38-0. Allin’s partner in crime Samuel Conteh was also able to find the end zone once, while linebacker Andre Cordova snagged a pick-six in an all-around stellar defensive performance. Not to be forgotten, kicker Danilo Bakoc nailed all five of his convert attempts, and also split the uprights from 29 yards out to tack on another three points.

No. 34 Holy Trinity Titans (4-0)
Bye Week

No. 35 Westdale Warriors (4-0) v.s Ancaster (2-2)
Westdale would not be denied as they disposed of Ancaster by a score of 35-10 for their fourth straight win. The Warriors now direct their attention towards Waterdown with just three games remaining before the playoffs begin.

Photo Courtesy of Lorne Park/Christina Birch

No. 37 Lorne Park Spartans (4-3) v.s St. Marcellinus (3-1)
Lorne Park could not capitalize on their chances as the #CFC50 St. Marcellinus Spirit walked away with a 24-14 victory. The Spirit found themselves down 14-13 after the Spartans recovered an onside kick to begin the second half, but the ever reliable Kevin Wong answered back with his third rushing touchdown of the day to help seal the victory. Despite the fact that quarterback Alex Lavric had another career game throwing for 306 yards and two touchdowns, the Spartans were not able to convert on some big play opportunities which ultimately cost them the game.

No. 41 St. Matthew Tigers (3-1) v.s St. Peter (3-1)
#CFC50 St. Peter was able to tie up the season series and take first place in the division with a 29-20 win over St. Matthew. With the first meeting ending in St. Matthew’s favour 28-21, it is hard to decipher who will come out on top in the Nation’s capital this season.

No. 42. St. Joan of Arc Knights (4-0) v.s Banting (0-0)
St. Joan of Arc defeated Banting in a non-conference game 35-0.

No. 44 Frontenac Falcons (4-0) v.s Holy Cross (2-1)
This battle between undefeated squads came down to the wire, but in the end Frontenac held on for a 25-22 victory over Holy Cross.

No. 45 St. James Lions (5-0) v.s Centennial (2-2)
Centennial emptied their gas tank, but when the final whistle blew, they came up short as St. James triumphed 30-22. With the win, the Lions have now clinched first place in the District 10 with just one week left before the playoffs are set to begin.

No. 48 St. David Celtics (3-1) v.s St. Benedict (3-1)
After dropping their first meeting of the season by a score of 31-30, revenge was on the mind of the now #CFC50 St. Benedict as they walked all over St. David to the tune of a 28-7 victory. This likely will not be the last time these two teams face off with the District 8 playoffs just two weeks away.

No. 49 Waterloo Vikings (3-1) v.s Waterloo-Oxford (2-1)
In a game designed for the defensive minded, Waterloo-Oxford defeated the Vikings by a score of 6-3.

No. 50 St. Maximilian Kolbe Mustangs (2-0)
Bye Week



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