High school roundup (NB) [2]: FHS Black Kats outscore opponents 100-7 in first two games

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Tantramar Titans 33, Moncton High Purple Knights (15)

The Titan’s kept their winning streak alive with a dominant win over the Knights. RB’s Prescott and Longpre continued the dynamic running attack, each scoring a major. QB Vogels ran another into the endzone, and connected with WR Estabrooks for a TD while completing 11/16, with one interception on the day.

#15 junior RB Oliver Longpre, 4 TD’s and 320 yards in two games

The Knights offence struggled to move the ball against the fast and aggressive Titan’s defence, led by LB’s Lucas Cormier, Zach Lloyd and Jack Estabrooks.  Knights QB Chris Cameron-Kogler was able to make gains on the Titan’s defence, eventually scoring the teams only TD on the day.

Purple Knights QB Chris Cameron-Kogler

Fredericton Black Kats 54, Harrison Trimble Trojans  0

The Trojans left Moncton Thursday night and traveled west on the Trans Canada to face the Kats hoping to rectify their loss from the week prior. The Kats proved too much for them to handle, shutting them out 54-0.

L’Odysee Olympiens 7, Bernice MacNaughton Highlanders 0

The Olympiens improved to 2-0 against a much improved Highlanders from 2016. Although 0-2 on the season the Highlanders are improved play will only get better as the season progresses.

Riverview Royals 29, Leo Hayes lions 9

The Royals traveled to the North side of Fredericton Friday night for a rematch of their pre season scrimmage, which they had lost 20-0. With a solid game on all fronts the Royals improved to 2-0 on the season.

Saint John Greyhounds 49, Mathieu Martin Matadors 7

The game started with a moment of silence dedicated to the memory of RCMP constable Francis Deschenes who was killed in the line of duty last week east of Moncton in Memramcook. Deshenes graduated from Mathieu Martin and played four years with the Matadors.

Despite the score the Matador’s had a successful day offensively showcasing QB Nicholas Gaudet’s arm and the hands of WR Justin Pineau, who caught the teams only TD to cap off an impressive drive.

Matador QB Gaudet #12, connected with WR Pineau #2 for the teams TD

#2 Justin Pineau squeezes the ball in the endzone

The Hounds RB Keegan Duffley ran the ball downhill with no brakes, setting up QB Alex Cassidy and an array of receivers featuring: Jeron Sinclair, Sergiy Aalund (3 TD’s) and Riley Ring-Dineen (2 TD’s) and Dylan Richard (2 TD’s)

St. John QB Alex Cassidy #12

Sergiy Aalund #3 led the team with 3 TD’s


Oromocto (1-0) 28 -27 Simonds (0-2)
St. Malachy’s (2-0) 39-10 Hampton (1-1)
Sussex (1-0) 33-7 James M. Hill (1-1)
St.Stephen (2-0) 102-0 Miramichi Valley (0-2)


Coming up this week in 12-man…

Thursday September 21

Mathieu Martin(0-2) vs. Harrison Trimble (0-2)  7:00 PM at Woody Hayes

Both the Trojans and Matador’s are taking every step necessary to earn their first win of the year. Each team took a pounding from the FHS Kats, but should give one another a fair fight.

Riverview (2-0) vs. L’Odysee (2-0) 8:00 Pm at Rocky Stone

The Royals will cross the Pedicodiac river to face the Olympiens in a show down of two undefeated programs.

Friday September 22

Tantramar (2-0) vs. Bernice MacNaughton (0-2) 7 Pm at McKenna

Coming off a solid win over Moncton High the Titan’s are facing a much improved Highlander program, who only allowed on TD against the Olympiens

Fredericton (2-0) vs. Moncton High (1-1) 8pm at Rocky Stone

The Kats have out scored their opponents thus far 100-7. Coming off a shut out win against Trimble.  Aside from their first road game, the Kats will be facing their toughest opponent this year in the Purple Knights.

Leo Hayes (0-2) vs. St. John (1-1) 7 pm at Canada Games

The Lions hope the trip to the coast will return them to their winning ways against a physical pack of Hounds. This cat and dog fight kicks off at 7 at UNB’s Canada Games field, don’t miss it!


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