#CFCOPC16 RECAP (Grade 7): Watson helps Team Central crush Team West [stats]

Game summary and stats courtesy of John Metcalfe

On Sunday evening at Tim Horton’s Field in Hamilton, Team Central scored 52 unanswered points en route to a 65-6 thumping of Team West at the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC).

At halftime, Team Central enjoyed a 40-0 lead over Team West.

Team Central had 14 first downs as opposed to Team West’s 3.  Additionally, Team Cental amassed 304 passing yards on 24 carries while Team West had 20 yards on 17 carries.

Cameron Park 2016 OPC

Mason, running back for Team Central, was selected as Big Kahuna Sports Company Game MVP.  Moreover, Team Central quarterback Cameron Park was named Spalding Offensive Player of the Game while Team Central’s Nehemiah Forde-Watson was chosen as Russell Athletics Defensive Player of the Game.

Grade 7 Central vs West 2016 OPC

2016 Ontario Prospect Challenge – Grade 7 Game Summary
Team Central 65 vs. Team West 6
Notes – due to numbers not being visible on jerseys, only team stats able to be recorded
Converts at this level were pass or run for one point and no kicking game
Qtr. Team Time Play Convert Running
1st Cent :25 70 yard run Good C 7-0
1st Cent 5:55 5 yard run Good C 14-0
1st Cent 9:25 32 yard pass and run No good C 20-0
2nd Cent 7:07 18 yard run No good C 26-0
2nd Cent 9:47 12 yard run Good C 33-0
2nd Cent 10:30 23 yard pass and run Good C 40-0
3rd Cent 3:51 40 yard run No good C 46-0
3rd Cent 10:51 1 yard run No good C 52-0
3rd West 11:40 70 yard pass and run No good C 52-6
4th Cent 3:00 32 yard run Good C 59-6
4th Cent 10:30 40 yard run No good C 65-6

Central West
Rushing (att.-yds.) 24-304 17-20
Passing Yards 94 82
– Team Losses 0 -9
Net Offence 398 93
First Downs 14 3
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 3-3
Interceptions by 0 0
Turnover on Downs 0 1
Penalties-Yards 5-55 4-30
Russell Athletics Defensive Player of the Game Nehemiah Forde Bowen – Central
Spalding Offensive Player of the Game Cameron Park – Central
Big Kahuna Sport Company Game MVP Mason Watson – Central

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