CIS game RECAP (Saturday – STATS) [7]: Ravens off to playoffs

Friday, Oct. 8

Source: York Lions Football

York (20), Ottawa (54)

The York University Lions football team was defeated by a score of 54-20 by the No. 9 nationally-ranked Ottawa Gee-Gees at Gee-Gees Field in Ottawa on Friday night (Oct. 7).

The two squads came into the game with two of the top offences in the OUA and they did not disappoint, combining for more than 1,150 yards on the night.

The conferences top two quarterbacks, Ottawa’s Derek Wendel and York’s Brett Hunchak (Calgary) were both strong throughout the night. Wendel finished 31-of-42 for 514 yards and three touchdowns, while Hunchak finished 26-of-40 for 329 yards and two scores. Neither quarterback threw an interception or was sacked.

Both squads scored on their opening drives, with the Gee-Gees getting three points on a 37-yard field goal and the Lions putting up seven on Adam Adeboboye‘s (Toronto) seven-yard touchdown catch.

Wendel rushed for a one-yard touchdown and Nick Naylor (Abbotsford, B.C.) kicked a field goal for a 10-10 tie after the first quarter of play.

Ottawa tacked on nine points early in the second quarter on a 49-yard scoring catch by Mitchell Baines and a team safety, and Naylor kicked his second field goal of the game with 3:34 left in the frame for a 19-13 Gee-Gees lead. They added to that advantage with a five-yard touchdown run by Greg Cherniak before the half, carrying a 26-13 advantage into the break.

Cherniak scored again on a one-yard run midway through the third quarter. Less than two minutes later, Colton Hunchak(Calgary) made a beautiful catch in the end zone with a defender draped all over him for his fifth touchdown of the season and a 33-20 Ottawa lead.

Baines caught his second touchdown of the game with 43 seconds remaining in the third and the Gee-Gees scored a pair of majors in the fourth – Thomas Hoyt caught a 28-yard TD pass and Mathieu Tremblay had a 14-yard scoring run – to round out the scoring.

Baines and Adeboboye both had big receiving games. Baines finished with 11 catches for 215 yards and the two scores, while Adeboboye had nine catches for 139 yards and the touchdown.

The loss dropped the Lions to 2-4 on the season and are tied with Queen’s, Windsor and Guelph for sixth place. The Gee-Gees bounced back from their first loss of the season last year to improve to 5-1 and are tied with Laurier, Western and McMaster for top spot in the OUA standings.

The Lions will return to Alumni Field next weekend for their final regular season home game and will host the nationally-ranked Marauders on Saturday (Oct. 15) beginning at 1pm.
 

YORK vs. Ottawa at Ottawa
10/7/2016 at 19:00
York
20
Ottawa
54
SCORING 1 2 3 4 FINAL
York (2-4, 2-4) 10 3 7 0 20
Ottawa (5-1, 5-1) 10 16 14 14 54
Ottawa | Gee-Gee Stadium
PRD TIME SCORING SUMMARY YORK – OTTAWA
1 13:07 Ottawa – Lewis Ward 37 yd field goal.
Drive: 5 plays, 46 yards in 1:53.
0 – 3
1 10:37 York – Adam Adeboboye 7 yd pass from Brett Hunchak. (Nick Naylor kick is good).
Drive: 7 plays, 75 yards in 2:30.
7 – 3
1 07:01 Ottawa – Derek Wendel 1 yd run. (Lewis Ward kick is good).
Drive: 9 plays, 75 yards in 3:25.
7 – 10
1 01:36 York – Nick Naylor 27 yd field goal.
Drive: 4 plays, 13 yards in 1:24.
10 – 10
2 13:02 Ottawa – Team safety 10 – 12
2 06:32 Ottawa – Mitchell Baines 49 yd pass from Derek Wendel. (Lewis Ward kick is good).
Drive: 3 plays, 71 yards in 1:23.
10 – 19
2 03:34 York – Nick Naylor 22 yd field goal.
Drive: 8 plays, 84 yards in 2:52.
13 – 19
2 02:25 Ottawa – Greg Cherniak 5 yd run. (Lewis Ward kick is good).
Drive: 4 plays, 75 yards in 1:09.
13 – 26
3 07:16 Ottawa – Greg Cherniak 1 yd run. (Lewis Ward kick is good).
Drive: 7 plays, 77 yards in 3:30.
13 – 33
3 05:41 York – Colton Hunchak 22 yd pass from Brett Hunchak. (Nick Naylor kick is good).
Drive: 4 plays, 59 yards in 1:30.
20 – 33
3 00:43 Ottawa – Mitchell Baines 16 yd pass from Derek Wendel. (Lewis Ward kick is good).
Drive: 5 plays, 90 yards in 2:12.
20 – 40
4 10:32 Ottawa – Thomas Hoyt 28 yd pass from Derek Wendel. (Lewis Ward kick is good).
Drive: 3 plays, 69 yards in 1:02.
20 – 47
4 02:42 Ottawa – M Tremblay 14 yd run. (Lewis Ward kick is good).
Drive: 3 plays, 40 yards in 1:17.
20 – 54
YORK STATISTICS OTTAWA
24 FIRST DOWNS 41
14
6
4
Passing
Rushing
Penalty
22
15
4
413 TOTAL OFFENSE 741
66
6.3
Total Offensive Plays
Average gain per play
71
10.4
329 NET YARDS PASSING 528
26-40
8.2
0-0
0
Completions-Attempts
Net yards per pass play
Sacked: Number-Yards
Had intercepted
33-45
11.7
0-0
0
93 NET YARDS RUSHING 214
26
3.6
Rushing Attempts
Average gain per rush
26
8.2
8-277 PUNTS: Number-Yards 5-172
34.6 Average 34.4
211 TOTAL RETURN YARDS 104
5-47
8-164
0 0
Punt Returns: Number-Yards
Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards
Interception Returns: Number-Yards
7-29
3-75
0 0
16-151 PENALTIES: Number-Yards 12-135
2-2 FUMBLES: Number-Lost 2-2
0-0 SACKS: Number-Yards 0-0
0 0 INTERCEPTIONS: Number-Yards 0 0
27:58 TIME OF POSSESSION 32:02

York

Ottawa

PASSING C-A YDS LG TD INT
Brett Hunchak 26-40 329 36 2 0
PASSING C-A YDS LG TD INT
Derek Wendel 31-42 514 50 3 0
Victor Twynstra 2-3 14 11 0 0
RUSHING ATT YDS AVG LG TD
Kayden Johnson 16 55 3.4 13 0
Brett Hunchak 5 28 5.6 18 0
Colton Hunchak 2 5 2.5 6 0
Khaliel James 2 3 1.5 2 0
Matt Krason 1 2 2.0 2 0
RUSHING ATT YDS AVG LG TD
Greg Cherniak 13 80 6.2 24 2
Mathieu Tremblay 3 61 20.3 36 1
Derek Wendel 5 42 8.4 17 1
Victor Twynstra 3 22 7.3 18 0
Kalem Beaver 1 5 5.0 5 0
Mitchell Baines 1 4 4.0 4 0
RECEIVING NO YDS AVG LG TD
Adam Adeboboye 9 139 15.4 36 1
Alex Daley 7 76 10.9 15 0
Colton Hunchak 5 60 12.0 22 1
Kayden Johnson 1 20 20.0 20 0
Khaliel James 1 12 12.0 12 0
Nikola Kalinic 1 9 9.0 9 0
Ryan Dunaway 1 8 8.0 8 0
Quinn Reilly 1 5 5.0 5 0
RECEIVING NO YDS AVG LG TD
Mitchell Baines 11 215 19.5 50 2
Tyler McLaren 7 99 14.1 20 0
Nick Dagher 4 57 14.3 25 0
Donald Shaw 1 37 37.0 37 0
Luke Ffrench 1 36 36.0 36 0
Adam Guarisco 3 35 11.7 15 0
Thomas Hoyt 1 28 28.0 28 1
Greg Cherniak 3 14 4.7 9 0
Kalem Beaver 1 4 4.0 4 0
Dylan St Pierre 1 3 3.0 3 0
KICKING FG LG XP RG PTS
Nick Naylor 2/3 27 2/2 8
KICKING FG LG XP RG PTS
Lewis Ward 1/2 37 7/7 10
PUNTING NO YDS AVG LG TB IN 20
Nick Naylor 8 277 34.6 45 0 3
PUNTING NO YDS AVG LG TB IN 20
Domenic Bellardini 5 172 34.4 43 0 0
KICKOFFS NO YDS AVG TB OB
Nick Naylor 3 170 56.7 0 0
KICKOFFS NO YDS AVG TB OB
Lewis Ward 8 457 57.1 0 0
KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Alex Daley 8 164 20.5 29 0
KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Jackson Bennett 3 75 25.0 28 0
PUNT RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Alex Daley 5 47 9.4 34 0
PUNT RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Jackson Bennett 1 17 17.0 17 0
Cody Cranston 4 8 2.0 6 0
Kalem Beaver 2 4 2.0 3 0
INTERCEPTION RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
INTERCEPTION RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
FUMBLES NO LOST
Brett Hunchak 1 1
Adam Adeboboye 1 1
FUMBLES NO LOST
Mitchell Baines 1 1
Domenic Bellardini 1 1
DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
# YORK SOLO AST TOTAL SACKS-YDS TFL-YDS FF FR-YDS INT-YDS BRUP BLKS QBH
3 Andrew Smith 9 0 9 1 1-0
49 Michael Runowski 6 2 7
40 Airgama Abaya 6 0 6
9 Rees Paterson 5 0 5
23 Brett Colangelo 4 1 4.5
4 Josh Small 3 0 3
29 Ian Lawrence 3 0 3
53 Alexei Brazeau 3 0 3
34 Aaron Atwell 2 0 2
51 Emerson Morassutti 1 2 2
55 Skye King 2 0 2
94 Nathaneal Cameron 2 0 2
8 Rossini Sandjong-Djabome 1 1 1.5 1
19 Eric Kimmerly 1 0 1
24 Brandon Hatzes 1 0 1
25 Adam Adeboboye 1 0 1
41 Nick Naylor 1 0 1
52 Cody Ricottone 1 0 1
98 Matthew Skoko 1 0 1
80 Quinn Reilly 1 1-5 1
30 Damian Jamieson 1
TOTALS 53 6 56 0 – 0 2 2-5 2 1
# OTTAWA SOLO AST TOTAL SACKS-YDS TFL-YDS FF FR-YDS INT-YDS BRUP BLKS QBH
5 Jackson Bennett 7 0 7 1 – 5
27 Cody Cranston 7 0 7
4 Ricard Lubin 6 0 6
15 Brendan Beaudry 6 0 6
9 Khadim Mbaye 5 0 5 1
21 Ty Cranston 5 0 5 1
91 Charles Goulet 3 1 3.5
10 Marc-Elie Jace 3 0 3 1 – 1 1
33 Thomas Carrier 3 0 3
13 Omba Dimanche 2 0 2 1
69 Matt Amey 2 0 2
83 Tyler McLaren 2 0 2
2 Mitchell Baines 1 0 1
30 Greg Cherniak 1 0 1
31 Shako Dimanche 1 0 1
32 Muhammed Faye 1 0 1
35 Nick Fairs 1 0 1
52 Evan Holmes 1 0 1
99 Jordon Seney 1 0 1
95 Gerrard Osakwe 0 1 0.5
TM TEAM
97 Tremayne Clarke-Steven 1
49 Loic Kayembe 1-0
22 Donald Shaw 1
3 Parker Bolton 1-0
TOTALS 58 2 59 0 – 0 2 – 6 2 2-0 4
OTHER INFORMATION
Location: Ottawa
Stadium: Gee-Gee Stadium
Attendance: 500
Weather: Clear
Temperature: 19
Wind: Calm
Referee: H Chiu
Umpire: K Baird
Head Linesman: P Duncan
Line Judge: M Cobb
Back Judge: A Monaco
Field Judge: T Horton
Side Judge: M Burrelle

 

 

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Recap by: Michael Grobe, McMaster Marauders

Queen’s (6), McMaster (36)

The No. 8 McMaster Marauders toppled the Queen’s Gaels 36-6 and moved into a four-way tie for first place in the OUA football standings.

The win pushed McMaster’s record to 5-1, which pulled them into a tie with Ottawa, Wilfrid Laurier and idle Western. Laurier dumped Toronto 54-3 on Thursday night, while Ottawa defeated York 54-20 tonight; Western is on a bye week. The Marauders do not play the Golden Hawks or the Gee-Gees this year, but are on a collision course with the Mustangs, set for the final week of the season on October 22.

The Marauders defence was the biggest factor Friday. Defensive back Mike Kashak of Courtice, Ont., grabbed the CIS lead in sacks, posting 4.5, and now has 11.5 on the season. Heading into the game, he was tied with Western’s John Biewald of Ottawa with seven. Kashak sits one sack away from trying the CIS single-season record of 12.5.

Kashak, a fifth-year senior, also had eight total tackles, which marks his best game in his career. His previous career high in tackles was last year versus Guelph when he tallied six.

Overall, McMaster’s defence held Queen’s to just 231 yards of offence, a recovered a fumble which they converted for a touchdown and three interceptions. The defence also sacked Queen’s quarterbacks a total of seven times for a loss of 52 yards.

Kicker Adam Preocanin of Burlington, Ont., accounted for 23 points in the game, knocking a career-high seven field goals. At one point Procanin posted 14 unanswered points by himself including a rouge and five field goals. His previous career high was six, which came back against Toronto on September 5.

Preocanin`s seven field goals in a single game was also the third best total recorded in CIS history (tied with four others). Warren Kean from Concordia holds the record of nine in a game, which he registered on October 21, 2016 against St. Mary`s. Boris Bede of Laval made eight against Bishop’s on September 20, 2014.

Quarterback Asher Hastings of Regina recorded McMaster`s only touchdown on a one-yard rush. Hastings also passed for 235 yards.

Chris Pezzetta of Burlington, Ont., picked up his seventh career 100-yard rushing game, collecting 100 yards on 20 carries. Queen’s top rusher was Jonah Pataki of Wallaceburg, Ont., with 92 yards.

Queen`s added two field goals in the final quarter to account for all of the Gaels offence.

MOMENTS THAT MATTERED: Defensive back Aaron Clarke of Mississauga, Ont., created a 14-point swing for the Marauders in just four minutes. At 13:41 of the second quarter, Clarke recovered a fumble in the Gaels end zone to earn his first career CIS touchdown. On the very next drive, Clarke intercepted Hobbs, which set up a five-play, 36-yard drive capped by Hastings’ one-yard touchdown run. Clarke’s swing was all the Marauders needed to seal the game over the Gaels.

DEMON IN THE BACKFIELD: Kashak sits just one sack away from tying the CIS single-season sack record with two games left to play in the 2016 campaign. McMaster’s Ben D’Aguilar (2012) and Montreal’s Jean-Samuel Blanc (2012) hold the high water mark with 12.5 sacks. Kashak currently has 11.5 sitting alone in seventh place while four are tied with 12.

THROUGH THE UPRIGHTS: Preocanin`s performance has pushed the rookie kicker into the CIS records. Not only does he sit in third (7) and seventh place (6) for most field goals in a game, but he is now just four field goals away from tying the CIS for most in a season. Preocanin now has 22 field goals this year, trailing Guelph`s Daniel Ferraro (2014) and Calgary`s Johnny Mark (2015). McMaster`s team record is 24, which was set by Tyler Crapigna in 2014.

OUA RECORD:  While not a CIS record, Preocanin’s seven field goals ties an OUA record for most field goals in a single game, set by the University of Toronto’s Lance Chomyc. Chomyc hit seven against York back on October 5, 1982.

LOOK SMART WITH YOUR FRIENDS: McMaster kickers were on fire Friday night, with Preocanin hitting seven field goals in seven attempts. His longest were two 48 yards kicks against Queen’s. In the nation’s capital, Marauder alumnus and current Saskatchewan Roughrider Tyler Crapigna was six for seven in his CFL regular season game against the Ottawa Redblacks. Crapigna`s long in the game was 50 yards, and he hit the game-winning field goal in overtime to earn the win for the Roughriders.

UP NEXT: McMaster (5-1) hits the road next week to take on the York Lions (2-3) in Toronto on October 15. McMaster leads the head-to-head match-up with York, having won 32 games and losing 12. The Marauders are currently riding a 16-game winning streak against the Lions dating back to 1998.

Queen’s (2-4) returns home to battle the Windsor Lancers (2-4) for their playoff life during the Gaels’ Homecoming on October 15.

QUOTABLE: Greg Knox, McMaster Head Coach

Knox on the process of the season…
“I think it’s another positive step for us. All three phases of the ball responded well and I think we’re progressing. I think we moved the ball well against a tough defence when we had to and I thought our defence was stout again. Our special teams did a great job of putting points on the board when called upon.”

Knox on defending the run…
“We’ve been doing a good job against the run all year long. We gave up many more rushing yards than statistically we would have liked. But the fact is, when they’re down like that, I’m content to let them run the ball, because then they’re not getting behind us and putting points on the board.

Knox on Kashak…
“He’s done a fantastic job. He’s gotten better every year and I think think he’s a talented kid with a bright future in this game.”

QUOTABLE: Mike Kashak, McMaster fifth year defensive back and sixth round 2016 CFL draft pick

Kashak in the same breath as McMaster alumni Ben D’Aguilar…
It’s a pretty big honour to be mentioned alongside a guy like that. He was a great player. We have great game plans and great coaches who are putting us in the position to make plays, and that’s what it comes down to.

QUOTABLE: Adam Preocanin, McMaster first year place kicker

Preocanin on what’s working…
“I give all of the credit to my kicking coach Dana Segin. He’s definitely helped out with my form so that I can get maximum distance, and it’s really helped as you can see. My range is growing and I feel much more comfortable now, and not letting any of the rankings get to me.”

Preocanin on coming to McMaster…
“It was expected. I knew coming in that I was coming to a pretty strong team. I didn’t expect to have the start that I’ve had personally, but it’s been really good.”

 

Queen’s University vs. McMaster Marauders at Hamilton, Ontario
10/7/2016 at 19:07
Queen’s
6
McMaster
36
SCORING 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Queen’s (2-4-0, 2-4) 0 0 0 6 6
McMaster (5-1-0, 5-1) 3 21 6 6 36
Hamilton, Ontario | Ron Joyce Stadium
PRD TIME SCORING SUMMARY QUEEN’S – MCMASTER
1 03:37 McMaster – Adam Preocanin 44 yd field goal.
Drive: 5 plays, 31 yards in 2:55.
0 – 3
2 13:41 McMaster – Aaron Clarke 0 yd fumble recovery. (Adam Preocanin kick is good). 0 – 10
2 09:10 McMaster – Asher Hastings 1 yd run. (Adam Preocanin kick is good).
Drive: 5 plays, 36 yards in 2:31.
0 – 17
2 09:10 McMaster – Adam Preocanin rouge point. 0 – 18
2 06:51 McMaster – Adam Preocanin 43 yd field goal.
Drive: 2 plays, 7 yards in 1:10.
0 – 21
2 00:23 McMaster – Adam Preocanin 21 yd field goal.
Drive: 10 plays, 57 yards in 2:22.
0 – 24
3 09:14 McMaster – Adam Preocanin 11 yd field goal.
Drive: 7 plays, 40 yards in 3:42.
0 – 27
3 02:26 McMaster – Adam Preocanin 32 yd field goal.
Drive: 9 plays, 46 yards in 6:00.
0 – 30
4 08:40 Queen’s – Nick Liberatore 39 yd field goal.
Drive: 8 plays, 44 yards in 3:42.
3 – 30
4 03:36 Queen’s – Nick Liberatore 32 yd field goal.
Drive: 3 plays, 45 yards in 2:40.
6 – 30
4 01:39 McMaster – Adam Preocanin 48 yd field goal.
Drive: 5 plays, 34 yards in 1:57.
6 – 33
4 00:25 McMaster – Adam Preocanin 48 yd field goal.
Drive: 2 plays, 7 yards in 0:49.
6 – 36
QUEEN’S STATISTICS MCMASTER
15 FIRST DOWNS 23
6
7
2
Passing
Rushing
Penalty
10
12
1
231 TOTAL OFFENSE 410
59
3.9
Total Offensive Plays
Average gain per play
64
6.4
153 NET YARDS PASSING 241
14-32
4.8
7-52
3
Completions-Attempts
Net yards per pass play
Sacked: Number-Yards
Had intercepted
17-28
8.6
2-14
1
130 NET YARDS RUSHING 183
20
6.5
Rushing Attempts
Average gain per rush
34
5.4
8-306 PUNTS: Number-Yards 4-167
38.3 Average 41.8
68 TOTAL RETURN YARDS 141
4-41
3-27
1-0
Punt Returns: Number-Yards
Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards
Interception Returns: Number-Yards
8-76
1-24
3-41
7-69 PENALTIES: Number-Yards 10-95
1-1 FUMBLES: Number-Lost 0-0
2-14 SACKS: Number-Yards 7-52
1-0 INTERCEPTIONS: Number-Yards 3-41
27:43 TIME OF POSSESSION 32:17

Queen’s

McMaster

PASSING C-A YDS LG TD INT
Nate Hobbs 14-31 153 37 0 3
Matteo Del Brocco 0-1 0 0 0 0
PASSING C-A YDS LG TD INT
Asher Hastings 16-26 235 36 0 1
Dylan Astrom 1-2 6 6 0 0
RUSHING ATT YDS AVG LG TD
Jonah Pataki 15 92 6.1 18 0
Nick Liberatore 1 21 21.0 21 0
Nate Hobbs 3 11 3.7 7 0
Chris Osei-Kusi 1 6 6.0 6 0
RUSHING ATT YDS AVG LG TD
Chris Pezzetta 20 100 5.0 14 0
Jordan Lyons 6 60 10.0 15 0
Kingsley Amankwaa 3 11 3.7 5 0
Dominic Mandalfino 2 7 3.5 5 0
Asher Hastings 3 5 1.7 2 1
RECEIVING NO YDS AVG LG TD
Rudy Uhl 2 46 23.0 37 0
Matteo Del Brocco 3 42 14.0 20 0
Chris Osei-Kusi 3 18 6.0 12 0
Connor Weir 2 15 7.5 9 0
Austin Geddes 1 13 13.0 13 0
Jonah Pataki 1 10 10.0 10 0
Peter Hannon 1 5 5.0 5 0
Adam Black 1 4 4.0 4 0
RECEIVING NO YDS AVG LG TD
Dan Petermann 8 101 12.6 23 0
Dan Vandervoort 5 86 17.2 36 0
Mitch O’Connor 2 31 15.5 24 0
Josh Vandeweerd 2 23 11.5 15 0
KICKING FG LG XP RG PTS
Nick Liberatore 2/2 39 6
KICKING FG LG XP RG PTS
Adam Preocanin 7/7 48 2/2 1 24
PUNTING NO YDS AVG LG TB IN 20
Nick Liberatore 8 306 38.3 46 0 0
PUNTING NO YDS AVG LG TB IN 20
Adam Preocanin 4 167 41.8 51 0 1
KICKOFFS NO YDS AVG TB OB
Nick Liberatore 1 59 59.0 0 0
KICKOFFS NO YDS AVG TB OB
Adam Preocanin 3 181 60.3 0 0
KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Chris Osei-Kusi 2 27 13.5 19 0
TEAM 1 0 0.0 0 0
KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Aaron Baker 1 24 24.0 24 0
PUNT RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Nicholas Fraser-Greene 4 41 10.3 16 0
PUNT RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Robbie Yochim 2 38 19.0 36 0
Mitch Garland 5 37 7.4 10 0
Ben Cross 1 1 1.0 1 0
INTERCEPTION RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Nicholas Fraser-Greene 1 0 0.0 0 0
INTERCEPTION RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Aaron Clarke 1 19 19.0 19 0
Ben Megarry 1 22 22.0 22 0
Eric Blake 1 0 0.0 0 0
FUMBLES NO LOST
Nate Hobbs 1 1
FUMBLES NO LOST
DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
# QUEEN’S SOLO AST TOTAL SACKS-YDS TFL-YDS FF FR-YDS INT-YDS BRUP BLKS QBH
6 Nelkas Kwemo 9 1 9.5 1 – 1
29 Nick Dowd 6 2 7 1 – 7 1 – 7
45 Mike Moore 6 0 6
21 James Donald 5 1 5.5 1 – 1
1 Jason Shamatutu 5 0 5 1
14 Wesley Mann 3 0 3
47 Luke McQuilkin 3 0 3
9 Chris Osei-Kusi 2 0 2
10 Matt Pendergast 2 0 2
97 Tanner Gennaro 2 0 2
99 Zac Sauer 2 0 2 1 – 7 1 – 7
3 Jake Firlotte 1 1 1.5
2 Nick Liberatore 1 0 1
4 Brendan Coffey 1 0 1
5 Nate Hobbs 1 0 1
16 Austin Geddes 1 0 1
20 Chris Mackey 1 0 1
40 Kurtis Schaefer 1 0 1
48 Austin Passariello 1 0 1
96 Trevor Mcgarrity 1 0 1
7 Nicholas Fraser-Greene 0 1 0.5 1-0 1
37 Eric Dodwell 0 1 0.5
52 Dominic Ciraco 0 1 0.5
TOTALS 54 8 58 2 – 14 4 – 16 1-0 2
# MCMASTER SOLO AST TOTAL SACKS-YDS TFL-YDS FF FR-YDS INT-YDS BRUP BLKS QBH
77 Mike Kashak 6 2 7 4.5 – 37 5 – 39 1 1
21 Ben Megarry 6 1 6.5 1-22
44 Kyle Fitzsimons 4 1 4.5 1 – 3
40 Jake Heathcote 3 1 3.5 1
54 Mark Mackie 2 2 3 1.5 – 8 1.5 – 8
78 Hassan Barry 2 2 3 1 – 7 1.5 – 8
5 Keldyn Ahlstedt 2 0 2 1 – 1
39 Alec Robertson 2 0 2
2 Robbie Yochim 1 1 1.5
33 Eric Mezzalira 1 1 1.5
7 John Ngeleka 1 0 1
10 Ben Cross 1 0 1
15 Mitch Garland 1 0 1
25 Lucas Bill 1 0 1
27 Eric Blake 1 0 1 1-0
41 Cole Munden 1 0 1
94 Fabion Foote 0 1 0.5
4 Aaron Clarke 1-0 1-19
TOTALS 35 12 41 7 – 52 10 – 59 1 1-0 3-41 2
OTHER INFORMATION
Location: Hamilton, Ontario
Stadium: Ron Joyce Stadium
Attendance: 2546
Weather: Sunny and Clear
Temperature: 24C
Wind: 3KPH
Referee: K Mickelboro
Umpire: C Sutherland
Head Linesman: A Hinks
Line Judge: K Medeiros
Back Judge: J Riff
Field Judge: H Murphy
Side Judge: P Schmidt

 

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Source: StFX Communications Office

Acadia (21), StFX (42)

The conference leading StFX X-Men (4-1) scored a 42-21 victory over the Acadia Axemen (1-4) in AUS football action Friday night at StFX Stadium.

In the first quarter, after the defense stopped Acadia on their initial possession, Tivon Cook (Scarborough, ON) and the StFX offense went to work.

After back-to-back carries by Jordan Socholotiuk (Fort McMurray, AB) left the X-Men with a second-and-inches, Cook garnered the first down with a quarterback sneak.

On the next play, Cook connected with a streaking Christian Ridley (Dubai, UAE), who split a pair of Axemen defenders, for a 69-yard touchdown catch. With the Jonathan Heidebrecht (Camrose, AB) point after, StFX led 7-0.

With the X-Men on another drive, lineman Adam Melanson (Kentville, NS) slowed the momentum with a sack of Cook.

For the Axemen, Cody Cluett found receivers Bradley Vince (Cambridge, ON) and Sabastian Robinson (Saskatoon, SK) to start an offensive march.

With Acadia in the StFX zone, lineman Mete Konya (Osnabrueck, GER) sacked Cluett to help stymie the effort.

On their next time with the ball, Cook connected with Ridley, who made a nifty spin move after making a juggling grab, for 33 yards.

After the Axemen defense stiffened, Heidebrecht gave the X-Men a 10-0 edge with a 26-yard field goal.

StFX led 10-0 after the first quarter.

Early in the second quarter, the X-Men went back to the offense, with Cook slamming into an Axemen defender, after scrambling to midfield for a first down.

After a Socholotiuk 15-yard run, Cook went over the top to Dejuan Martin (Scarborough, ON) for a 40-yard touchdown to give the X-Women a 17-0 advantage.

Robinson grabbed a 52-yard pass from Cluett, but the Axemen could not generate any points on their next possession.

Starting at their own four-yard line, Socholotiuk started another X-Men drive with a 44-yard run, but the effort eventually stalled.

After a Dylan Bell (Brockvlle, ON) interception of Cluett, the X-Men extended their lead to 20-0 on a 37-yard Heidebrecht field goal.

Less than four minutes later, with time winding down in the first half, Cook hooked up with Martin for a 14-yard major score. With the Heidebrecht point after, the home team led 27-0.

On the kick-off, Heidebrecht garnered a rouge, giving StFX a 28-0 edge heading to the locker room for halftime.

In the third quarter, after the X-Men went two-and-out on offense, the Axemen started with great field position, at the StFX 52-yard line.

After collecting a couple first downs, Kadel King (London, ENG) came up with a big defensive play, stripping a scrambling Cluett, from behind, with defensive lineman Tyler Cordeiro (Oakville, ON) making the recovery.

After another quick X-Men series, the Axemen started another march into offensive zone. Aided by 30 yards in penalties against StFX, Acadia ended up first-and-goal on the one-yard line. On first down, defensive back Nathaniel Fermin (Pickering, ON) stuffed running back Danny Obieng Jr. (Ottawa, ON) for a two-yard loss. On second down, Hunter Guenard (Calgary, AB) came off the bench to score on a quarterback sneak. With a Brandon Jennings (St. Albert, AB) conversion, the Axemen trailed 28-7.

With just more than three minutes remaining in the third quarter, the Axemen sliced the lead in half, when Cluett connected with Jaylen King (Ottawa, ON) for a 12-yard touchdown. With a Jennings point after, Acadia trailed 28-14.

Early in the fourth quarter, on a second-and-one play, Socholotiuk eluded the Acadia line, before darting by their defensive backs and racing 70 yards for a TD. With another Heidebrecht point after, the X-Men led 35-14.

The Axemen answered back, when Obiang Jr. scored on a one-yard plunge. With the Jennings point after, StFX led 35-21.

In the final minute, the X-Men sealed the deal with a one-yard Albert Banahene (Calgary, AB) rush and Heidebrecht point after to make it 42-21.

Offensively, the X-Men outgained the Axemen 568-290, in total yardage, while holding a 23-19 edge in first downs.

Cook finished 26-for-36 for 325 yards, while Martin, with seven catches for 94 yards, and Ridley (six for 117), led the X-Men receiving corps.

Socholotiuk, the Subway player of the game, collected 199 yards, on only 17 carries.

For the Axemen, Cluett was 24-for-38, with 223 yards, while Robinson caught a game-high eight balls for 71 yards.

On the ground, Dillan Fortune (Brooklyn, NY), topped Acadia with 24 yards, on three carries.

Defensively, Hayden Peters (Inverary, ON) led the X-Men with 9.5 tackles and a sack, while Gordon Whyte (Toronto, ON) and Mike Miller (Ottawa, ON collected 5.5 and 4.5 tackles, respectively.

For Acadia, Matthew Nettle (Halifax, NS) led the way with nine tackles, while Jennings and Garvin Cius (Malden, MA) chipped in 8.5 and 5.5, respectively.

The teams will return to action Saturday, Oct. 15, when the Axemen host the Mount Allison Mounties, in Wolfville, while the X-Men will travel to Halifax to face the Saint Mary’s Huskies.h

Kick-off for both match-ups is 2 p.m.

 

ACADIA vs. STFX at Antigonish, NS
10/7/2016 at 7:05 pm
Acadia
21
StFX
42
SCORING 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Acadia (1-4, 1-4) 0 0 14 7 21
StFX (4-1, 4-1) 10 18 0 14 42
Antigonish, NS | StFX Oland Stadium
PRD TIME SCORING SUMMARY ACADIA – STFX
1 09:17 StFX – C. Ridley 69 yd pass from Tivon Cook. (J. Heidebrecht kick is good).
Drive: 6 plays, 92 yards in 2:17.
0 – 7
1 02:24 StFX – J. Heidebrecht 26 yd field goal.
Drive: 6 plays, 32 yards in 2:23.
0 – 10
2 10:59 StFX – Dejaun Martin 40 yd pass from Tivon Cook. (J. Heidebrecht kick is good).
Drive: 3 plays, 68 yards in 0:51.
0 – 17
2 05:02 StFX – J. Heidebrecht 37 yd field goal.
Drive: 3 plays, -7 yards in 1:21.
0 – 20
2 01:38 StFX – Dejaun Martin 14 yd pass from Tivon Cook. (J. Heidebrecht kick is good).
Drive: 2 plays, 0 yards in 0:11.
0 – 27
2 01:38 StFX – J. Heidebrecht rouge point. 0 – 28
3 05:49 Acadia – Hunter Guenard 3 yd run. (B. Jennings kick is good).
Drive: 5 plays, 54 yards in 2:29.
7 – 28
3 03:02 Acadia – Jaylen King 12 yd pass from Cody Cluett. (B. Jennings kick is good).
Drive: 2 plays, 13 yards in 0:58.
14 – 28
4 11:39 StFX – J. Socholotiuk 70 yd run. (J. Heidebrecht kick is good).
Drive: 4 plays, 89 yards in 1:28.
14 – 35
4 05:19 Acadia – D. Obiang Jr. 1 yd run. (B. Jennings kick is good).
Drive: 7 plays, 105 yards in 3:09.
21 – 35
4 00:37 StFX – Albert Banahene 1 yd run. (J. Heidebrecht kick is good).
Drive: 7 plays, 39 yards in 2:00.
21 – 42
ACADIA STATISTICS STFX
19 FIRST DOWNS 23
10
6
3
Passing
Rushing
Penalty
12
11
0
290 TOTAL OFFENSE 568
61
4.8
Total Offensive Plays
Average gain per play
68
8.4
223 NET YARDS PASSING 325
24-40
5.6
2-5
1
Completions-Attempts
Net yards per pass play
Sacked: Number-Yards
Had intercepted
26-36
9.0
3-18
1
72 NET YARDS RUSHING 261
19
3.8
Rushing Attempts
Average gain per rush
29
9.0
11-371 PUNTS: Number-Yards 11-423
33.7 Average 38.5
56 TOTAL RETURN YARDS 5
10-7
5-89
1–40
Punt Returns: Number-Yards
Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards
Interception Returns: Number-Yards
7–12
4-17
1-0
13-120 PENALTIES: Number-Yards 13-164
3-3 FUMBLES: Number-Lost 3-2
3-18 SACKS: Number-Yards 2-5
1–40 INTERCEPTIONS: Number-Yards 1-0
27:39 TIME OF POSSESSION 32:21

Acadia

StFX

PASSING C-A YDS LG TD INT
Cody Cluett 24-38 223 33 1 1
Hunter Guenard 0-2 0 0 0 0
PASSING C-A YDS LG TD INT
Tivon Cook 26-36 325 69 3 1
RUSHING ATT YDS AVG LG TD
Dillan Fortune 3 24 8.0 11 0
Hunter Guenard 4 23 5.8 9 1
D. Obiang Jr. 7 19 2.7 9 1
Cody Cluett 2 11 5.5 6 0
Sabastian Robinson 1 -1 -1.0 0 0
Blake Rennick 2 -4 -2.0 4 0
RUSHING ATT YDS AVG LG TD
Jordan Socholotiuk 17 196 11.5 70 1
Tivon Cook 4 30 7.5 14 0
Albert Banahene 7 29 4.1 10 1
Dejaun Martin 1 6 6.0 6 0
RECEIVING NO YDS AVG LG TD
Sabastian Robinson 8 71 8.9 23 0
Jaylen King 4 48 12.0 29 1
Cordell Hastings 5 42 8.4 33 0
Bradley Vince 3 24 8.0 11 0
Blake Rennick 2 21 10.5 15 0
Thomas Troop 2 15 7.5 11 0
Cody Cluett 0 2 0 0
RECEIVING NO YDS AVG LG TD
Christian Ridley 6 117 19.5 69 1
Dejaun Martin 7 94 13.4 40 2
Chuck Wall 3 35 11.7 16 0
Albert Banahene 1 23 23.0 23 0
Brent Shepherd 3 23 7.7 10 0
David Dean 2 15 7.5 9 0
Greg Nugent 1 9 9.0 9 0
Tyler Wilson 1 7 7.0 7 0
Jordan Socholotiuk 2 2 1.0 4 0
KICKING FG LG XP RG PTS
Brandon Jennings 3/3 3
KICKING FG LG XP RG PTS
Jonathan Heidebrecht 2/2 37 5/5 1 12
PUNTING NO YDS AVG LG TB IN 20
Brandon Jennings 11 371 33.7 47 0 3
PUNTING NO YDS AVG LG TB IN 20
Keiran Burnham 11 423 38.5 50 0 1
KICKOFFS NO YDS AVG TB OB
Jeffrey Beattie 3 113 37.7 0 0
Matthew Nettle 1 33 33.0 0 0
KICKOFFS NO YDS AVG TB OB
Jonathan Heidebrecht 5 286 57.2 0 0
KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Sabastian Robinson 4 69 17.3 21 0
Jalla Lansanah 1 20 20.0 20 0
KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Greg Nugent 3 14 4.7 8 0
Michael MacMillan 1 3 3.0 3 0
PUNT RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Darius Beckford 3 11 3.7 8 0
Arrien McDonald 5 8 1.6 4 0
Sabastian Robinson 2 -12 -6.0 0 0
PUNT RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Dejaun Martin 2 7 3.5 4 0
Paolo Lach-Edwards 5 -19 -3.8 5 0
INTERCEPTION RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Brandon Jennings 1 -40 -40.0 0 0
INTERCEPTION RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Dylan Bell 1 0 0.0 0 0
FUMBLES NO LOST
Cody Cluett 1 1
Arrien McDonald 2 2
FUMBLES NO LOST
Dejaun Martin 1 1
Paolo Lach-Edwards 1 0
Jordan Socholotiuk 1 1
DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
# ACADIA SOLO AST TOTAL SACKS-YDS TFL-YDS FF FR-YDS INT-YDS BRUP BLKS QBH
36 Matthew Nettle 8 2 9
2 Brandon Jennings 7 3 8.5 1-0 1–40
21 Garvin Cius 5 1 5.5 2 1-0
15 Braden VanKoughnett 4 2 5
19 Brandon Johnston 5 0 5 1 – 2
25 Harland Hastings 4 2 5
27 William Wojcik 2 3 3.5 0.5 – 3 0.5 – 3
29 Jackson Clayton 2 1 2.5 1 – 3
52 Angelo Gentile 2 1 2.5
99 Eric Fraser 2 1 2.5 0.5 – 3 0.5 – 3
18 Brett Switzer 2 0 2
55 Adam Melanson 2 0 2 2 – 12 2 – 12
90 Brady Switzer 1 2 2
40 Bailey Feltmate 1 1 1.5
95 Ben Roizes 1 0 1
4 Darius Beckford 0 1 0.5
37 Charles Dee 0 1 0.5
75 Gabriel Bagnell 0 1 0.5
TOTALS 48 22 59 3 – 18 5 – 23 2 2-0 1–40
# STFX SOLO AST TOTAL SACKS-YDS TFL-YDS FF FR-YDS INT-YDS BRUP BLKS QBH
10 Hayden Peters 8 3 9.5 1 – 0 2 – 8 1 2
42 Gordon Whyte 4 3 5.5 0.5 – 1 1
32 Mike Miller 4 1 4.5 1 – 1
21 Nathaniel Fermin 3 2 4 0.5 – 1 1-0
52 Adam Kuntz 3 2 4
17 Kadel King 1 5 3.5 1 – 8
14 Dylan Bell 3 0 3 1-0
20 Paolo Lach-Edwards 3 0 3 2
25 Justin Holland 3 0 3 1
76 Tyler Cordeiro 2 1 2.5 1-0
95 Kyle Forde 2 1 2.5 1
83 Christian Ridley 1 1 1.5 1-0
27 David Inkumsah 1 0 1
37 Michael Adetola 1 0 1
75 Sam Gan 1 0 1
93 Zeandre Regis 1 0 1
94 Mete Konya 1 0 1 1 – 6 1 – 6
35 Chad Bulgerelli-Girimonte 0 1 0.5
56 Matthew Rogers 0 1 0.5
80 Trey White 0 1 0.5
TOTALS 42 22 53 2 – 5 6 – 25 1 3-0 1-0 7
OTHER INFORMATION
Location: Antigonish, NS
Stadium: StFX Oland Stadium
Attendance: 750
Weather: clear & sunny
Temperature: 18
Wind: 8km/h
Referee: Andrew Bubar
Umpire: K. Strickland
Head Linesman: Chris Wall
Line Judge: Greg Welten
Back Judge: Wray Dunn
Field Judge: Al Gates
Side Judge: Jack Skerry
Scorekeeper: Krista McKenna

 

MTA versus SMU 2016

Dominic Nolasco, SMU Communications, photo Nick Pearce

Mount Allison (21), Saint Mary’s (29) 

(Halifax, NS)–Brock Berglund (San Diego, California) rushed for two touchdowns and threw another to help the Saint Mary’s Huskies defeat the Mount Allison Mounties 29-21 in AUS football action Friday night.

SMU’s fourth-year quarterback saw his Huskies trail 7-0 early in the opening minutes on Mount Allison’s Idahosa Yorke (Bowmanville, ON) 88-yard punt return for a touchdown.

Brian Hope (Port Coquitlan, BC) put SMU on the board with a 20-yard field goal, trimming the Mountie lead 7-3. Mount Allison traded a safety for field position and the Huskies trailed 7-5 with 14:47 in the second quarter.
Hope’s second field goal of the half, from 26 yards, gave SMU a slim 8-7 lead with 12:06 left in the half. Both teams traded two and outs amid several punts when the Huskies scored late in the half on a 10 yard toss from Berglund to D’Shawn Miller (Brampton, ON) and ended the half leading 15-7.
The Mounties took possession in the second half and used a three play, 59 yard drive to pull within one, 15-14, on a four yard touchdown run by  running back Kiel Ambursley (Toronto, ON) with 11:36 left in the third quarter.
The Huskies replied with a 92 yard, eight play drive, capped off with Berglund’s one-yard plunge with 8:48 left in the third saw SMU up 22-14.
Berglund’s second rushing touchdown came with 5:40 left in the 4th quarter as he scrambled to his right from Mount Allison’s two yard line, he raced for the end zone and extended the ball as he dove over the pylon. The touchdown gave Saint Mary’s a 29-14 lead.
The Mounties rallied late in the final minutes, scoring a Troy Downton (Burlington, ON) touchdown on a five yard run, bringing Mount Allison within eight points, 29-21.
DeAndre Smith‘s (Dunn, North Carolina) interception with 38 seconds left sealed the Huskies victory 29-21.
SMU had more first downs (24-16) and more total offence (427-168) than the Mounties. Saint Mary’s rushed 41 times for 192 yards compared to 141 yards on 35 attempts for Mount Allison. Berglund was 14-32 for 272 yards and one touchdown and added 37 yards rushing while teammates Leonardo Mantuila (Edmonton, AB) added 82 yards and Derek Pisani (Newmarket, ON) had 52.
Downton went 9 for 18 and threw 35 yards and two interceptions for the Mounties and Ambursley finished with 127 rushing yards on 24 attempts. Saint Mary’s Miller had seven catches for 170 yards and teammate Rick LeMoignan (Edmonton, AB) had four receptions.
Antoine Lyte-Myers (Scarborough, ON) paced the Huskies defence with two interceptions.
Both Mount Allison’s Kyle Horsman (Moncton, NB) and SMU’s Jadarius Ceasar (Tuscaloosa, Alabama) finished with eight total tackles each.
Mount Allison drops to 1-4 and next travels to 1-4 Acadia. Saint Mary’s improves to 2-3 and next hosts 4-1 StFX for Homecoming. Both games are 2 pm Saturday, October 15th.

 

Mount Allison vs. Saint Mary’s at Halifax, Nova Scotia
10/7/2016 at 7:07 PM
Mount Allison
21
Saint Mary’s
29
SCORING 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Mount Allison (1-4, 2-2) 7 0 7 7 21
Saint Mary’s (2-3, 1-3) 3 12 7 7 29
Halifax, Nova Scotia | Huskies Stadium
PRD TIME SCORING SUMMARY MOUNT ALLISON – SAINT MARY’S
1 09:51 Mount Allison – Idahosa Yorke 88 yd punt return for TD. (Ryan Lambert kick is good). 7 – 0
1 02:57 Saint Mary’s – Brian Hope 20 yd field goal.
Drive: 6 plays, 81 yards in 1:44.
7 – 3
2 14:47 Saint Mary’s – Team safety 7 – 5
2 12:06 Saint Mary’s – Brian Hope 26 yd field goal.
Drive: 8 plays, 46 yards in 2:32.
7 – 8
2 01:00 Saint Mary’s – D’Shawn Miller 10 yd pass from Brock Berglund. (Brian Hope kick is good).
Drive: 4 plays, 59 yards in 0:35.
7 – 15
3 11:36 Mount Allison – Kiel Ambursley 4 yd run. (Ryan Lambert kick is good).
Drive: 3 plays, 40 yards in 1:54.
14 – 15
3 08:48 Saint Mary’s – Brock Berglund 1 yd run. (Brian Hope kick is good).
Drive: 8 plays, 92 yards in 2:45.
14 – 22
4 05:40 Saint Mary’s – Brock Berglund 2 yd run. (Brian Hope kick is good).
Drive: 6 plays, 45 yards in 3:00.
14 – 29
4 02:56 Mount Allison – Troy Downton 5 yd run. (Ryan Lambert kick is good).
Drive: 7 plays, 70 yards in 2:37.
21 – 29
MOUNT ALLISON STATISTICS SAINT MARY’S
16 FIRST DOWNS 24
3
9
4
Passing
Rushing
Penalty
11
9
4
168 TOTAL OFFENSE 427
58
2.9
Total Offensive Plays
Average gain per play
77
5.5
35 NET YARDS PASSING 272
9-21
1.7
2-8
3
Completions-Attempts
Net yards per pass play
Sacked: Number-Yards
Had intercepted
14-33
8.2
3-37
0
141 NET YARDS RUSHING 192
35
4.0
Rushing Attempts
Average gain per rush
41
4.7
11-345 PUNTS: Number-Yards 13-406
31.4 Average 31.2
158 TOTAL RETURN YARDS 194
8-122
3-36
0 0
Punt Returns: Number-Yards
Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards
Interception Returns: Number-Yards
7-82
5-89
3-23
13-145 PENALTIES: Number-Yards 18-195
1-1 FUMBLES: Number-Lost 2-1
3-37 SACKS: Number-Yards 2-8
0 0 INTERCEPTIONS: Number-Yards 3-23
27:28 TIME OF POSSESSION 32:25

Mount Allison

Saint Mary’s

PASSING C-A YDS LG TD INT
Troy Downton 9-18 35 19 0 2
Jakob Loucks 0-3 0 0 0 1
PASSING C-A YDS LG TD INT
Brock Berglund 14-32 272 70 1 0
Trevor Erdmann 0-1 0 0 0 0
RUSHING ATT YDS AVG LG TD
Kiel Ambursley 24 127 5.3 20 1
Jakob Loucks 3 17 5.7 10 0
Troy Downton 4 3 0.8 5 1
Chris Reid 2 0 0.0 1 0
TEAM 2 -6 -3.0 0 0
RUSHING ATT YDS AVG LG TD
Leonardo Mantuila 17 82 4.8 9 0
Derek Pisani 10 52 5.2 9 0
Brock Berglund 10 37 3.7 12 2
Brian Hope 2 23 11.5 17 0
TEAM 2 -2 -1.0 0 0
RECEIVING NO YDS AVG LG TD
Dakota Brush 3 29 9.7 19 0
Quinn LeBlanc 4 15 3.8 9 0
Kiel Ambursley 2 -9 -4.5 0 0
RECEIVING NO YDS AVG LG TD
D’Shawn Miller 7 170 24.3 70 1
Rick LeMoignan 4 40 10.0 22 0
Jordan Koch 1 25 25.0 25 0
Leonardo Mantuila 1 24 24.0 24 0
Lerone Robinson 1 13 13.0 13 0
KICKING FG LG XP RG PTS
Ryan Lambert 0/1 0 3/3 3
KICKING FG LG XP RG PTS
Brian Hope 2/2 26 3/3 9
PUNTING NO YDS AVG LG TB IN 20
Ryan Lambert 11 345 31.4 45 0 1
PUNTING NO YDS AVG LG TB IN 20
Brian Hope 13 406 31.2 49 0 1
KICKOFFS NO YDS AVG TB OB
Ryan Lambert 5 253 50.6 0 0
KICKOFFS NO YDS AVG TB OB
Brian Hope 4 190 47.5 0 1
KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Idahosa Yorke 1 13 13.0 13 0
Quinn LeBlanc 1 12 12.0 12 0
Dakota Brush 1 11 11.0 11 0
KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Leonardo Mantuila 3 88 29.3 33 0
Andreas Robinson 2 1 0.5 1 0
PUNT RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Idahosa Yorke 8 122 15.3 88 1
PUNT RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Deandre Smith 6 56 9.3 21 0
Andreas Robinson 1 26 26.0 26 0
INTERCEPTION RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
INTERCEPTION RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Antoine Lyte-Myers 2 7 3.5 7 0
Deandre Smith 1 16 16.0 16 0
FUMBLES NO LOST
Troy Downton 1 1
FUMBLES NO LOST
Derek Pisani 1 1
Brock Berglund 1 0
DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
# MOUNT ALLISON SOLO AST TOTAL SACKS-YDS TFL-YDS FF FR-YDS INT-YDS BRUP BLKS QBH
40 Kyle Horsman 5 6 8
27 Jordan Redding 6 2 7 1 – 7 1 – 7
11 Damian Halstead 6 1 6.5 1 – 1
12 Avery Maloney 3 4 5 1 1
93 Angel Contreras Farias 3 4 5
23 Phillip Thompson 4 1 4.5
9 Nate Rostek 3 2 4 1 – 16 1 – 16 1
20 Jake Spence 4 0 4 1 – 1
97 Donovan Glave 4 0 4
36 Mike Bettle 1 3 2.5 1
22 Quinn LeBlanc 2 0 2
25 Dylan Cossar 1 1 1.5
98 Mitch MacAulay 1 1 1.5
7 Jakob Loucks 1 0 1
4 Devante Sampson 0 1 0.5 1
6 Diego Nafarrate 0 1 0.5
90 Robie Holland 0 1 0.5
10 Jesse Myers 1-0
TOTALS 44 28 58 3 – 37 4 – 25 2 1-0 3
# SAINT MARY’S SOLO AST TOTAL SACKS-YDS TFL-YDS FF FR-YDS INT-YDS BRUP BLKS QBH
4 Jadarius Ceasar 5 6 8 1 – 6 3.5 – 10 1-0 1
42 Brad Herbst 6 2 7
33 Deandre Smith 5 2 6 2 – 8 1-16 1
47 Emmanuel Agbozo 3 2 4 1 – 2 1 – 2 1
14 Mandella Loggale 2 3 3.5
44 Aiden Panchyshyn 2 3 3.5
9 Tresor Buama-Mafuta 2 2 3
95 John Cole 2 2 3
21 Victor Olagbaiye 2 0 2
25 Andreas Robinson 1 2 2 1
51 Tyden Kelly 2 0 2
17 Levi Sim 1 0 1
70 Ryan Foster 1 0 1
87 Jordan Finn 1 0 1
28 Antoine Lyte-Myers 0 1 0.5 0.5 – 2 2-7 1
TM TEAM
TOTALS 35 25 47.5 2 – 8 7 – 22 1-0 3-23 5
OTHER INFORMATION
Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia
Stadium: Huskies Stadium
Attendance: 1211
Weather: Clear
Temperature: 21 C
Wind: NW 6 kph
Referee: John Peters
Umpire: Barry DeBaie
Head Linesman: Chad Doran
Line Judge: Vince Williams
Back Judge: Grant MacKenzie
Field Judge: Greg MacLean
Side Judge: Colin Bawn
Scorekeeper: John McGowan

 

carleton-ravens
Recap by: Kennedy Harvey, Sports Information Assistant, Carleton Ravens (Photo by Valerie Wutti)

Windsor (10), Carleton (53)

The Carleton Ravens football team won its third straight game on Friday afternoon, improving to 5-2 in 2016 with a 53-10 victory over the Windsor Lancers in the team’s regular season home finale.

Carleton was dominant on both sides of the ball, and despite 13 penalties – two of which called off Ravens touchdowns – the Ravens came out on top.

Carleton’s defence started the first quarter by forcing the Lancers into a quick two and out, leading to a Windsor safety. The Ravens also got a single rouge point on a punt, giving them a 3-0 lead over the visitors early in the quarter.

Midway through the first, Ravens kick returner Tunde Adeleke (Ottawa, ON) broke through the Windsor special teams defence on his way to a punt return touchdown, but an illegal block was called, denying him of a score.

The Ravens got another rouge to bring the score to 4-0 for Carleton going into the second quarter.

The Windsor Lancers found their way on the board with a 25-yard field goal by Clark Green and not long after they added a rouge point to tie the game, 4-4.

Carleton’s next possession included a pass from quarterback Jesse Mills (Halifax, NS) to Wilson Birch (Niagara Falls, ON) for a 28-yard gain, before Mills threw to a wide open Nate Behar (London, ON) for 15 yards and the first touchdown of the game. Carleton regained the lead, 11-7.

Soon after, a Lancers turnover recovered by Carleton linebacker Kene Onyeka(Brampton, ON) allowed the Ravens to move downfield, however, a couple of Ravens penalties forced them to settle for a 38-yard field goal by Mike Domagala (St. Catharines, ON). The Ravens led by seven late in the first half.

Just before the intermission, Adeleke had another chance to shine, and the fourth-year playmaker would not be denied this time around as he broke through several tackles on his way to a 106-yard punt return touchdown, his fifth of the season.

Carleton led Windsor 21-7 at the break.

The Ravens continued to increase their lead early in the third quarter as Jayde Rowe(Scarborough, ON) contributed a few carries to bring the ball downfield. Mills had another big pass to Birch for 38 yards before Kyle VanWynsberghe (Delhi, ON) added to the Ravens score with a 16-yard pass from Mills. Carleton pulled ahead, 28-7.

Trying to catch up, Kaeden Walls of the Lancers returned Domagala’s punt 71 yards to the Carleton 25-yard line. The Ravens defence held talented running back Terence Crawford, and put pressure on quarterback Casey Wright. Windsor was forced to kick a field goal, decreasing the gap, 28-10.

The next drive was all Ravens running backs. Nathan Carter (Ottawa, ON) had three carries to start, bringing the ball a total of 36 yards downfield. Starting running back Rowe returned to the field and continued to move the sticks. He pushed through the Windsor defence for his first touchdown of the game on a 1-yard scramble. The Ravens pulled away, 35-10, over the Lancers to end the third quarter.

Carleton’s multitalented offence was relentless as they continued to put points on the board in the fourth. Rowe had several carries for the Ravens, while Birch, Behar, and receiver Dexter Brown (Sherwood Park, AB) came down with catches, before Nathan Carter crossed the plane of the goal line for another Ravens touchdown. Carleton 42, Windsor 10.

Domagala brought the Ravens score to 46 with his second field goal of the game, and another rouge point.

In the final minute, Ravens receiver Phil Iloki (Ottawa, ON) caught an 11-yard pass from backup quarterback Tanner Dejong (Brockville, ON). For both, it was a special moment as Iloki scored his first CIS touchdown, while Dejong had the first passing touchdown of his young career.

The Ravens defence limited Windsor to only 231 yards on the day, the Lancers lowest offensive yardage output of the season.

“Early on, we were playing some different fronts,” said Ravens head coach Steve Sumarah. “Then in the second half we switched to a 50 front. We really tried to load up the tackle box, and I think the guys were playing much more confidently at that point. We ended up getting some stops.”

Linebacker Kene Onyeka reflected on the team’s stellar effort on the defensive side of the ball.

“We feel like we have the players to make the plays that are needed” said linebacker, Kene Onyeka. “The D-linemen fired off low, they held the gaps, and played how they are supposed to. Our coaches put us in the right spots to make plays, and I guess today we just made plays.”

Coach Sumarah also talked about the major contribution his second unit gave in the fourth quarter.

“When you have an opportunity to show depth, and other people can be contributing factors, it puts a lot of strain on the opposing team. This turned out to be one of those games for us where we got lots of guys touches on the ball and they made plays.”

While the team clearly had a big run, there was still room for improvement, especially in terms of the number of penalties taken.

“That was disheartening to have penalties taken at inopportune times,” said Sumarah. “It was a little frustrating to say the least, and obviously it is something we have to address as we move forward, if we want to continue on in playoffs.”

With the win, Carleton had guaranteed themselves a playoff spot in the loaded OUA conference. The Ravens receive a bye in Week 8 of the conference scheduled before heading down to Waterloo to compete with the Warriors in the final regular season game. While the Warriors remain winless on the campaign, Carleton will still have be at their best as they have plenty riding on the outcome, including an opportunity to host a home playoff game later this month.

RAVENS PLAYERS OF THE GAME:
Offence – #12 Kyle Van Wynsberghe, REC – 4th year – Delhi, ON
Defence – #44 Leon Cenerini, LB – 4th year – La Salle, MB
Special Teams – #4 Mike Domagala, K/P  – 4th year – St. Catharines, ON

UP NEXT:
OUA Week 8 – Bye
***
OUA Week 9
Carleton at Waterloo
Saturday, October 22, 2016 – 1 p.m.
Warrior Field – Waterloo, ON

 

WINDSOR LANCERS vs. CARLETON RAVENS at OTTAWA
10/7/2016 at 1:00PM
Windsor
10
Carleton
53
SCORING 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Windsor (2-4) 0 7 3 0 10
Carleton (5-2) 4 17 14 18 53
OTTAWA | MNP PARK
PRD TIME SCORING SUMMARY WINDSOR – CARLETON
1 13:53 Carleton – Team safety 0 – 2
1 12:35 Carleton – TEAM rouge point. 0 – 3
1 02:29 Carleton – TEAM rouge point. 0 – 4
2 14:45 Windsor – Clark Green 25 yd field goal.
Drive: 3 plays, 9 yards in 1:45.
3 – 4
2 12:22 Windsor – TEAM rouge point. 4 – 4
2 11:18 Carleton – Nathaniel Behar 15 yd pass from Jesse Mills. (M. Domagala kick is good).
Drive: 3 plays, 75 yards in 1:04.
4 – 11
2 09:19 Windsor – Clark Green 36 yd field goal.
Drive: 4 plays, 37 yards in 1:43.
7 – 11
2 04:06 Carleton – M. Domagala 38 yd field goal.
Drive: 5 plays, 13 yards in 2:05.
7 – 14
2 02:03 Carleton – Tunde Adeleke 106 yd punt return for TD. (M. Domagala kick is good). 7 – 21
3 12:01 Carleton – K. Van Wynsberg 14 yd pass from Jesse Mills. (M. Domagala kick is good).
Drive: 7 plays, 79 yards in 2:52.
7 – 28
3 10:06 Windsor – Clark Green 20 yd field goal.
Drive: 4 plays, 12 yards in 1:42.
10 – 28
3 06:09 Carleton – Jayde Rowe 1 yd run. (M. Domagala kick is good).
Drive: 9 plays, 75 yards in 3:57.
10 – 35
4 11:47 Carleton – N. Carter 2 yd run. (M. Domagala kick is good).
Drive: 7 plays, 66 yards in 3:13.
10 – 42
4 08:19 Carleton – M. Domagala 43 yd field goal.
Drive: 6 plays, 37 yards in 2:28.
10 – 45
4 08:19 Carleton – M. Domagala rouge point. 10 – 46
4 00:39 Carleton – Phil Iloki 11 yd pass from Tanner De Jong. (M. Domagala kick is good).
Drive: 4 plays, 39 yards in 1:29.
10 – 53
WINDSOR STATISTICS CARLETON
16 FIRST DOWNS 29
6
8
2
Passing
Rushing
Penalty
13
14
2
231 TOTAL OFFENSE 483
59
3.9
Total Offensive Plays
Average gain per play
63
7.7
117 NET YARDS PASSING 270
13-25
4.7
2-21
0
Completions-Attempts
Net yards per pass play
Sacked: Number-Yards
Had intercepted
16-27
10.0
3-19
0
155 NET YARDS RUSHING 232
32
4.8
Rushing Attempts
Average gain per rush
33
7.0
8-287 PUNTS: Number-Yards 8-370
35.9 Average 46.3
313 TOTAL RETURN YARDS 126
7-28
7-285
0 0
Punt Returns: Number-Yards
Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards
Interception Returns: Number-Yards
4-119
1-7
0 0
7-65 PENALTIES: Number-Yards 13-90
1-1 FUMBLES: Number-Lost 1-1
3-19 SACKS: Number-Yards 2-21
0 0 INTERCEPTIONS: Number-Yards 0 0
29:40 TIME OF POSSESSION 30:20

Windsor

Carleton

PASSING C-A YDS LG TD INT
Casey Wright 12-23 112 17 0 0
Jalen Brady 1-2 5 5 0 0
PASSING C-A YDS LG TD INT
Jesse Mills 14-22 248 38 2 0
Tanner DeJong 2-5 22 11 1 0
RUSHING ATT YDS AVG LG TD
Tarrence Crawford 22 123 5.6 31 0
Nick Vincent 7 17 2.4 9 0
Casey Wright 3 15 5.0 13 0
RUSHING ATT YDS AVG LG TD
Jayde Rowe 24 153 6.4 16 1
Nathan Carter 7 66 9.4 23 1
Marley Patterson 1 11 11.0 11 0
Jesse Mills 1 2 2.0 2 0
RECEIVING NO YDS AVG LG TD
Tarrence Crawford 5 41 8.2 17 0
Cassell Jones 2 27 13.5 15 0
Noah Akharoh 1 14 14.0 14 0
Gjervon Williams 1 14 14.0 14 0
Daynar Facey 1 11 11.0 11 0
Nick Vincent 2 6 3.0 5 0
Michael Dorsey 1 4 4.0 4 0
RECEIVING NO YDS AVG LG TD
Wilson Birch 3 92 30.7 38 0
Nathaniel Behar 4 60 15.0 32 1
Kyle VanWynsberghe 4 60 15.0 19 1
Phil Iloki 2 31 15.5 20 1
Dexter Brown 3 27 9.0 15 0
KICKING FG LG XP RG PTS
Clark Green 3/3 36 9
TEAM 1 1
KICKING FG LG XP RG PTS
Michael Domagala 2/2 43 6/6 1 13
TEAM 2 2
PUNTING NO YDS AVG LG TB IN 20
Clark Green 8 287 35.9 58 0 1
PUNTING NO YDS AVG LG TB IN 20
Michael Domagala 8 370 46.3 77 0 1
KICKOFFS NO YDS AVG TB OB
Clark Green 1 41 41.0 0 0
KICKOFFS NO YDS AVG TB OB
Michael Domagala 8 500 62.5 0 1
KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Evan Martin 5 157 31.4 55 0
Kaeden Walls 2 128 64.0 71 0
KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Nathaniel Hamlin 1 7 7.0 7 0
PUNT RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Evan Martin 3 14 4.7 7 0
Cassell Jones 1 9 9.0 9 0
Spencer Trinier 2 5 2.5 5 0
Liam Leclair 1 0 0.0 0 0
PUNT RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Tunde Adeleke 3 118 39.3 106 1
Dexter Brown 1 1 1.0 0 0
INTERCEPTION RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
INTERCEPTION RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
FUMBLES NO LOST
Casey Wright 1 1
FUMBLES NO LOST
Dexter Brown 1 1
DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
# WINDSOR SOLO AST TOTAL SACKS-YDS TFL-YDS FF FR-YDS INT-YDS BRUP BLKS QBH
32 Tarik Bonas 5 1 5.5
59 Daniel Metcalfe 2 6 5
5 Lekan Idowu 3 3 4.5 1
6 Lowhya Lako 2 3 3.5 1.5 – 13 1.5 – 13
57 Austin Thornton 2 3 3.5 0.5 – 5 0.5 – 5
22 Donovan Selmes 2 2 3
2 Frank Renaud 2 1 2.5
97 Nick Simone 1 3 2.5
25 Jojo Sarfo-Boateng 2 0 2
31 Evan Martin 2 0 2
38 Liam Leclair 2 0 2
92 Courtney Ellis 2 0 2 1 – 3
96 Fraser Olson 2 0 2 1 – 1 1 – 1
11 Spencer Trinier 1 1 1.5
51 Joe Iatzko 1 1 1.5 1
94 C.J. Church 1 1 1.5
1 Noah Akharoh 1 0 1
21 O.J. Sabageh 0 2 1
23 Gjervon Williams 0 1 0.5
34 Nick Vincent 1-0
TOTALS 33 28 47 3 – 19 4 – 22 1-0 2
# CARLETON SOLO AST TOTAL SACKS-YDS TFL-YDS FF FR-YDS INT-YDS BRUP BLKS QBH
44 Leon Cenerini 6 7 9.5 0.5 – 1
95 Kenechukwu Onyeka 5 6 8 1-0 1
23 Nathaniel Hamlin 4 0 4
26 Guillaume Caron 2 2 3 1 – 3
43 Vincent Viau-Duval 2 2 3
2 Tunde Adeleke 2 1 2.5
21 Josh Earle 2 1 2.5
27 Ricardo Barrett 2 1 2.5
96 Tevin Bowen 1 3 2.5 1 – 3
99 Emmaunel Adusei 1 3 2.5 0.5 – 2
46 Josh Walsh 1 2 2
56 Jack Cassar 1 2 2
28 James McCallum 1 1 1.5 1 – 11 1 – 11 1
29 Daniel McNicoll 1 1 1.5
47 Thomas Knapp 1 1 1.5
91 Frederik Robitaille 1 1 1.5
94 Daniel Omara 0 3 1.5
9 Keith Graham 1 0 1
20 Smith Leandre 1 0 1
49 Mackenzie Holliday 1 0 1 1 – 10 1 – 10
39 Mitch Raper 0 1 0.5
92 Jeremy Rioux 0 1 0.5
97 Stefan Carty 0 1 0.5 1
TM TEAM
TOTALS 36 40 56 2 – 21 5 – 30 1 1-0 2
OTHER INFORMATION
Location: OTTAWA
Stadium: MNP PARK
Attendance: 1000
Weather: MOSTLY SUNNY
Temperature: 21
Wind: 14KM/H
Referee: KEVIN HORTON
Umpire: ROSS SAUNDERS
Head Linesman: J. ROBERTSON
Line Judge: RON ARTELLE
Back Judge: BARCLAY EASTON
Field Judge: KEVIN LAMONTE
Side Judge: ANDRE PAPINEAU

Thursday, Oct. 7

laurier-golden-hawks
(Photo Credit: Bruce Bell)

Source: Jamie Howieson, Laurier Golden Hawks

Laurier (54), Toronto (3)

TORONTO (October 6, 2016) – Thanks to a three touchdown performance byKurleigh Gittens Jr., the No. 7 Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks returned to the win column with a 54-3 victory over the Toronto Varsity Blues on Thursday night at Varsity Stadium.

Gittens Jr., a native of Ottawa, scored the first two touchdowns of the contest before adding a third in the second quarter as Laurier moved to 5-1 on the season and into a tie for first place in the OUA with the Western Mustangs (5-1).

“We played a really clean first half,” said head coach Michael Faulds after the game. “I was really happy with howMichael Knevel threw the ball. He did a great job spreading the ball around to our receivers, including Kurleigh, who was able to show off just how dangerous he is. He was a little banged up earlier this year but he’s starting to get healthy and showing the league what he can do.”

“Coming into this game, I felt healthy and I felt good,” added Gittens Jr. when asked about his performance. “I hadn’t had good games in the weeks before, so this game I just wanted to establish myself and that’s what I did.”

Laurier’s defence was also on full display under the lights in front of 1250 fans demonstrating their big-play ability all night. The Hawks sacked Toronto quarterback Marcus Hobbs of Mississauga, Ont., on seven occasions while picking him off three times, including one that was returned 110 yards for a touchdown by Malcolm Thompson of Windsor, Ont.

His second interception of the game, Thompson’s return matched the longest in team history, a mark he now shares with former Hawks Rohan Dove and Scott McCahill. Thompson also tied the school record for most interception returns for a touchdown in a single season with two, joining Ian Logan, Wally Parker, Larry Uteck and Stacey Coray as players to accomplish the feat.

Teammate Scott Hutter of London, Ont., also had a pair of picks, giving him three on the year, tied with Thompson for the team lead.

“Teams are really in a tough predicament when they face us,” said Faulds of his defence. “The QB’s are forced to throw it early because the great play by the defensive line and then when you do have time to throw it , you’re throwing it against some great DB’s and some great linebackers. We’re able to cause sacks and we’re able to force turnovers with interceptions.”

But the evening belonged to Gittens Jr., an OUA Second Team All-Star last season. The second year receiver opened the scoring for Laurier by returning a punt 92 yards for his first score of the contest. Then, on the Hawks’ next possession, he made an impressive catch in the endzone on a 36-yard pass from quarterback Michael Knevel of Brantford, Ont., to give Laurier a 14-0 lead.

Following a pair of scores from teammates Levondre Gordon of Mississauga, Ont., and Brentyn Hall of Toronto, Gittens Jr. found the endzone for the third time late in the second quarter. He took a short pass from Knevel before bursting through the Varsity Blues defence for a 44-yard major.

In total, the Hawks receiver/returner finished the night with 98 receiving yards, 129 punt return yards and 14 rushing yards for 241 all-purpose yards.

Gittens Jr. was the beneficiary of the best start of Knevel’s career as the Laurier pivot completed 13-of-19 passes for 274 yards and three touchdowns while throwing one interception. He improved to 2-1 as a starter with the purple and gold.

Knevel’s favourite target for the second straight week was Hall as he recorded back-to-back 100-plus yard performances finishing the game with five catches for 121 yards and a touchdown.

On the ground, with fifth year Eric Guiltinan of London, Ont., on the sidelines, rushing duties were shared by Gordon andOsayi Iginuan of Hamilton. Iginuan posted a team-high 98 yards and a touchdown while Gordon finished with 68 yards and a major.

Outside of Thompson and Hutter, the Hawks defensive effort was anchored by defensive lineman Jalen Price of Hamilton, who led the team with two sacks along with 3.5 tackles. For the fourth time this season, linebacker Nakas Onyeka of Brampton, Ont., led the way in tackles with 5.5, giving him 134 for his career, fifth most in school history.

For Toronto, who were held to just three points on the night, their lowest total of the season, fifth year quarterback Hobbs was held in check by the Hawks defence, finishing the night 19-of-34 for 184 yards. Receiver Rahul Madan of Scarborough, Ont., was the recipient of a team-high five receptions for 58 yards.

Linebacker Adrian Bernard of Newark, NJ, was named Toronto’s player of the game after recording six tackles, 1.5 for a loss, and a pass breakup.

Up next for Laurier, they will take on the defending Yates Cup Champions, the Guelph Gryphons (2-4), in their first-ever School Day Game on Friday, October 14. Kickoff is set for 11 a.m. at University Stadium.

NOTES: The victory set a new single-season high for head coach Michael Faulds, eclipsing the four he posted in both 2014 and 2015…Laurier’s defence moved into first place in the conference for interceptions (12), sacks (27) and touchdowns (5)…the victory was Laurier’s 30th all-time against Toronto as they improved their record to 30-15-0

Wilfrid Laurier vs. Toronto at Toronto
10/6/2016 at 7:07pm
Laurier
54
Toronto
3
SCORING 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Laurier (5-1) 22 21 8 3 54
Toronto (1-6) 0 3 0 0 3
Toronto | Varsity Centre
PRD TIME SCORING SUMMARY LAURIER – TORONTO
1 08:44 Laurier – K. Gittens Jr. 92 yd punt return for TD. (Nathan McLean kick is good). 7 – 0
1 05:19 Laurier – K. Gittens Jr. 36 yd pass from Michael Knevel. (Nathan McLean kick is good).
Drive: 5 plays, 57 yards in 1:55.
14 – 0
1 05:19 Laurier – Nathan McLean rouge point. 15 – 0
1 00:00 Laurier – Levondre Gordon 15 yd run. (Nathan McLean kick is good).
Drive: 9 plays, 85 yards in 3:35.
22 – 0
2 09:46 Laurier – Brentyn Hall 35 yd pass from Michael Knevel. (Nathan McLean kick is good).
Drive: 3 plays, 48 yards in 0:54.
29 – 0
2 07:15 Toronto – Ryan Grandell 13 yd field goal.
Drive: 7 plays, 30 yards in 2:20.
29 – 3
2 05:04 Laurier – K. Gittens Jr. 44 yd pass from Michael Knevel. (Nathan McLean kick is good).
Drive: 5 plays, 75 yards in 2:11.
36 – 3
2 00:19 Laurier – Osayi Iginuan 6 yd run. (Nathan McLean kick is good).
Drive: 10 plays, 105 yards in 1:53.
43 – 3
3 07:16 Laurier – M. Thompson 110 yd interception return. (Nathan McLean kick is good). 50 – 3
3 07:13 Laurier – Nathan McLean rouge point. 51 – 3
4 09:37 Laurier – Nathan McLean 15 yd field goal.
Drive: 5 plays, 47 yards in 2:08.
54 – 3
LAURIER STATISTICS TORONTO
28 FIRST DOWNS 20
11
13
4
Passing
Rushing
Penalty
11
7
2
496 TOTAL OFFENSE 255
66
7.5
Total Offensive Plays
Average gain per play
70
3.6
289 NET YARDS PASSING 191
14-20
14.5
2-14
1
Completions-Attempts
Net yards per pass play
Sacked: Number-Yards
Had intercepted
20-37
5.2
7-35
4
221 NET YARDS RUSHING 107
44
5.0
Rushing Attempts
Average gain per rush
26
4.1
5-181 PUNTS: Number-Yards 10-430
36.2 Average 43.0
314 TOTAL RETURN YARDS 196
6-137
1-27
4-150
Punt Returns: Number-Yards
Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards
Interception Returns: Number-Yards
6-78
6-121
1–3
10-100 PENALTIES: Number-Yards 10-110
2-1 FUMBLES: Number-Lost 1-1
7-35 SACKS: Number-Yards 2-14
4-150 INTERCEPTIONS: Number-Yards 1–3
28:44 TIME OF POSSESSION 31:20

Laurier

Toronto

PASSING C-A YDS LG TD INT
Michael Knevel 13-19 274 44 3 1
Julien John 1-1 15 15 0 0
PASSING C-A YDS LG TD INT
Marcus Hobbs 19-34 184 26 0 3
Clay Sequeira 1-2 7 7 0 0
Anthony Naccarato 0-1 0 0 0 1
RUSHING ATT YDS AVG LG TD
Osayi Iginuan 19 98 5.2 13 1
Levondre Gordon 16 68 4.3 15 1
Brendan McCracken 2 16 8.0 12 0
Kurleigh Gittens Jr. 1 14 14.0 14 0
Elijah Fera 2 10 5.0 8 0
Marcus Arkarakas 2 8 4.0 4 0
Michael Knevel 1 7 7.0 7 0
Carson Ouellette 1 0 0.0 0 0
RUSHING ATT YDS AVG LG TD
Alex Malone 10 39 3.9 14 0
Marcus Hobbs 7 27 3.9 12 0
Cole Goodfellow 4 27 6.8 9 0
Jaiden Hyland-Bennett 1 8 8.0 8 0
Patrick O’Brien 1 3 3.0 3 0
Kaleb Leach 1 2 2.0 2 0
Verrick Ponder 2 1 0.5 1 0
RECEIVING NO YDS AVG LG TD
Brentyn Hall 5 121 24.2 35 1
Kurleigh Gittens Jr. 3 98 32.7 44 2
Carson Ouellette 2 39 19.5 34 0
Daniel Bennett 2 23 11.5 15 0
Brendan McCracken 1 8 8.0 8 0
Osayi Iginuan 1 0 0.0 0 0
RECEIVING NO YDS AVG LG TD
Rahul Madan 5 58 11.6 26 0
Anthony Naccarato 4 40 10.0 13 0
Albert Awachie 3 39 13.0 26 0
Rowan Comish 3 21 7.0 11 0
Kaleb Leach 2 16 8.0 9 0
Verrick Ponder 1 9 9.0 9 0
Kevin Collins 1 7 7.0 7 0
Alex Malone 1 1 1.0 1 0
KICKING FG LG XP RG PTS
Nathan McLean 1/3 15 7/7 2 12
KICKING FG LG XP RG PTS
Ryan Grandell 1/1 13 3
PUNTING NO YDS AVG LG TB IN 20
Nathan McLean 5 181 36.2 40 0 0
PUNTING NO YDS AVG LG TB IN 20
TJ Morton 10 430 43.0 55 0 2
KICKOFFS NO YDS AVG TB OB
Nathan McLean 8 440 55.0 2 0
KICKOFFS NO YDS AVG TB OB
Ryan Grandell 1 50 50.0 0 0
KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Malcolm Thompson 1 27 27.0 27 0
KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Jaiden Hyland-Bennett 3 81 27.0 41 0
Kaleb Leach 2 27 13.5 17 0
Ariel Fabbro 1 13 13.0 13 0
PUNT RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Kurleigh Gittens Jr. 5 129 25.8 92 1
Carson Ouellette 1 8 8.0 8 0
PUNT RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Jaiden Hyland-Bennett 2 39 19.5 20 0
Rowan Comish 3 33 11.0 12 0
Anthony Naccarato 1 6 6.0 6 0
INTERCEPTION RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Malcolm Thompson 2 150 75.0 110 1
Scott Hutter 2 0 0.0 0 0
INTERCEPTION RETURNS NO YDS AVG LG TD
Richard Gillespie 1 -3 -3.0 0 0
FUMBLES NO LOST
Levondre Gordon 1 1
Michael Knevel 1 0
FUMBLES NO LOST
Alex Malone 1 1
DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
# LAURIER SOLO AST TOTAL SACKS-YDS TFL-YDS FF FR-YDS INT-YDS BRUP BLKS QBH
11 Nakas Onyeka 5 1 5.5 1 – 6 1 – 6
52 Sam Montazeri 5 0 5 1 – 4 1 1-0
8 Malcolm Thompson 4 1 4.5 2-150
40 Brandon Calver 4 1 4.5 1 – 4 2 – 7
24 Scott Hutter 3 1 3.5 1 – 5 1 – 5 2-0
77 Jalen Price 3 1 3.5 2 – 11 2 – 11
99 Robbie Smith 3 1 3.5 1.5 – 6 1.5 – 6
3 Kwaku Boateng 2 2 3 0.5 – 3 0.5 – 3 2
6 Isaiah G-Messam 3 0 3
90 Emerson Gourdet 2 2 3
36 Mitchell C-Phillips 2 1 2.5
91 Zach Houghron 2 1 2.5 1
98 Yalkun Sakir 2 1 2.5
23 Godfrey Onyeka 2 0 2
21 Matt Williams 1 1 1.5
31 Ron Kinga 1 1 1.5 1
1 Levondre Gordon 1 0 1
5 Marcus Arkarakas 1 0 1
33 Christian H-Coppin 1 0 1
34 Will Amoah 1 0 1
35 Stu Smith 1 0 1
51 Dan Szatmari 1 0 1
69 Trevaughan James 0 2 1
16 Daishane Johnson 0 1 0.5
2 Taylor Calverley 1
TOTALS 50 18 59 7 – 35 9 – 42 1 1-0 4-150 5
# TORONTO SOLO AST TOTAL SACKS-YDS TFL-YDS FF FR-YDS INT-YDS BRUP BLKS QBH
6 Michael Leslie 4 5 6.5
1 Adrian Bernard 4 4 6 1.5 – 3 1
2 Brittley Mokube 4 1 4.5
55 Carter Gladman 3 3 4.5
21 Jaiden McBride 3 2 4 0.5 – 2 1-0
35 Joel Fountain 3 2 4
42 Matthew Renaud 3 2 4
17 Nick Hallett 3 1 3.5
31 Ariel Fabbro 3 0 3 1 – 7 1 – 7
99 Mekhi Henry 3 0 3
23 Paul Kozachuk 2 1 2.5
32 Richard Gillespie 2 0 2 1–3
41 Tagg Rive 2 0 2
65 Kyle Draga 2 0 2
95 Jordan Sidsworth 1 1 1.5 1
4 Dennis Idowu 1 0 1 1
29 Damoy Robinson 1 0 1
37 Patrick Pankow 1 0 1
97 Ryan Searle 1 0 1
TOTALS 46 22 57 2 – 14 3 – 12 1 1-0 1–3 2
OTHER INFORMATION
Location: Toronto
Stadium: Varsity Centre
Attendance: 1250
Weather: Partly Cloudy
Temperature: 18 DegC
Wind: 10kmh E
Referee: J Pringle
Umpire: J Lindsay
Head Linesman: B Pawlowsky
Line Judge: M Szczur
Back Judge: J Cecchini
Field Judge: D Podetz
Side Judge: B Greig

 

 

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