LOSSA (Durham): Week 2 recap – Pickering upsets defending champs

Tier One Senior
Thursday, September 29th
Wilson 42, St. Mary 0 Chivon Gallagher put on a clinic in the Tier One Senior season opener.   Gallagher, who plays on both offense and defense contributed two key  interceptions, a fumble recovery, a fake punt which he ran for a first  down, a touchdown, five converts and an Earl Anderson type leap as the  Gators exploded for five touchdowns in just over one quarter of  football.  Neither team was able to post a point through the first  sixteen minutes of the game. Omar Williams, with a nineteen yard carry,  broke the scoreless draw.  Williams (10 yards) and Gallagher (four  yards) would each add touchdowns prior to the half to increase the lead  to 21-0.  Williams on a three yard run and twenty-one yard pass  reception increased the margin to 35-0 by the midway mark of the third  quarter.  A last minute touchdown by Williams on a nine yard run,  converted by Matt Channon closed out the scoring.
Scoring details

First Quarter No scoring
Second Quarter 07:39 Wilson: TD Omar Williams (19 yard run); C Chivon Gallagher 02:43 Wilson: TD Omar Williams (10 yard run); C Chivon Gallagher 00:38 Wilson: TD Chivon Gallagher (4 yard run); C Chivon Gallagher
Third Quarter 07:16 Wilson: TD Omar Williams (3 yard run); C Chivon Gallagher 05:56 Wilson: TD Omar Williams (21 yard pass); C Chivon Gallagher
Fourth Quarter 00:15 Wilson: TD Omar Williams (9 yard run); C Matt Channon

Highlights of Donald a Wilson vs st Marys  – 7:19 to end

 

Friday, September 30th

Pickering 28, Holy Trinity 13
The defending league and Metro Bowl champions tasted defeat in their  opening game of the 2011 season as they fell to the Pickering Trojans  28-13.  The Trojans relied on the ground attack of Tristan Clough and  Raekwon Grant as well as the arm of quarterback Jesse St. John who  connected for several long pass completions with his favourite target  being the fleet footed Evan Joynes.  Clough on short runs from the two  and one yard line posted both first half touchdowns.  Both touchdowns  were converted by Mike Stobbart, who finished the day with a four for  four effort.  Jon Codrington with a booming 59 yard punt single that  travelled through the end zone provided the only scoring point for the  Titans in the opening half.  The Titans struck in the third quarter when  Nik Shymko found the end zone from fifteen yards out however St. John  immediately connected with Joynes for a seventy-five yard pass and run.   The teams exchanged fourth quarter touchdowns as Nathaniel Allen (from  the one) and Raekwon Grant (two yard carry) closed out the scoring.

Scoring details
First Quarter
04:45 Pickering TD Tristan Clough (2 yard run); C Mike Stobbart

Second Quarter
01:12 Holy Trinity: S Jon Codrington (59 yard punt)
00:24 Pickering: TD Tristan Clough (1 yard run); C Mike Stobbart

Third Quarter
04:12 Holy Trinity:TD Nik Shymko (15 yard run)
03:39 Pickering: TD Evan Joynes (75 yard pass); C Mike Stobbart

Fourth Quarter
09:42 Holy Trinity:TD Nathaniel Allen (1 yard run)
06:00 Pickering: TD Raekwon Grant (2 yard run); C Mike Stobbart

Tier Two Senior


Wednesday, September 28th

Paul Dwyer 59, Port Perry 0
The Saints displayed two different tactics to humble the defending Tier  Two champions 59-0.  In the opening half, the pinpoint passing of Eric  Kimmerly picked apart the Rebel secondary as the Saints led by  twenty-five at the intermission.  With Kimmerly resting, during the  second half, the Saints went exclusively to the ground game adding five  more touchdowns.  Posting touchdowns for Paul Dwyer were Jordan Duncan  (carries of  7, 4 and 35 yards), Jake Radford (4 and 10 yard runs),  Kimmerly (6 yard keeper), Aaron Champagne (13 yard pass reception),  Dillando Allotey (48 yards) and Bryce MacDonald (40 yards).  Evan  Jolicoeur added one convert while Champagne contributed four point after  kicks.  The Saints, who have yet to be scored on this season, remain  unbeaten through two games while the Rebels, playing in their season  opener are 0-1.

Thursday, September 29th

Sinclair 22, Richardson 0
The Celtics evened their record at 1-1 as they shut out the Richardson  Storm 22-0.   Kyle Parker was credited with the only points of the  opening quarter as the Storm were trapped in their end zone for a  safety.  Midway through the second quarter, Kyle Lampaugh upped the  margin to 9-0 with a six yard touchdown run,  converted by Matt Gynn,  who finished the day with two converts.  Mitch Laplaunt on a short run  in the third quarter and Chris Mackey with a twenty-one yard pass  reception in the final two minutes closed out the scoring.  The Storm  fell to 0-2 with the loss.

Pine Ridge 27, Denis O’Connor 14
Pine Ridge has opened with two wins as they turned back the 0-2 Denis  O’Connor Chargers 27-14.  Complete scoring details were not available.

O’Neill 16, St. Stephen 7
The Senior Red Hawks picked up their second win in two starts as they  turned back the Royals 16-7.  Greg Norris and Trey Campbell each  recorded touchdowns while Brendan Costello notched his fifth field goal  of the season along with a convert.  Connor Vale replied for the Royals  with all seven scoring points (touchdown and a convert.  St. Stephen  remains winless through two games.

Friday, September 30th

Uxbridge 8, Notre Dame 7
Chris Gladney’s punt single in the opening quarter proved to be the  difference as the Uxbridge Tigers edged by the Notre Dame Cougars 8-7.   The win lifted the Tigers record to 2-0. Notre Dame was playing their  season opener.  Kouvhan Dakin opened the game with an electrifying  kickoff return to give the Cougars the early lead.  Brandon Dixon upped  the margin to seven with the convert.  Gladney’s punt single reduced the  lead to 7-1 later in the opening quarter.  In the second quarter, Jacob  Wilson (from one yard out) knotted the game at seven.  Lee Cowie added  the point after to close out the scoring in this tight defensively  played game.


Tier One Junior

Thursday, September 29th

Wilson 48, St. Mary 6
The Junior Gators tallied seven touchdowns before the half as they won  their Tier One season opener 48-6 over the St. Mary Monarchs.  Leading  the Gator attack was Andrew Smith who found the house three times on  runs of 53, 3 and 23 yards.  Also scoring rushing touchdowns were John  Stewart with two and Jordan Grimes.  George Gonsalves-Akers posted the  final touchdown with a 21 yard pass reception.  Malcom Branton kicked  four converts while Adam Perroni added a two point convert.  The  Monarchs had the only scoring play of the second half as quarterback  Provo Raishaun scored from four yards out to avoid the shut out.

Scoring details
First Quarter
09:09 Wilson: TD Andrew Smith (53 yard run)
04:47 Wilson: TD Andrew Smith (3 yard run); 2ptC Adam Perroni
00:56 Wilson: TD John Stewart (1 yard run); C Malcom Branton

Second Quarter
10:13 Wilson: TD John Stewart (2 yard run)
04:31 Wilson: TD Jordan Grimes (4 yard run); C Malcom Branton
03:27 Wilson: TD Andrew Smith (23 yard run); C Malcom Branton
00:03 Wilson: TD George Gonsalves-Akers (21 yard pass); C Malcom Branton

Third Quarter
02:09 St. Mary: TD Provo Raishaun 4 yard run

Fourth Quarter
No Scoring

Friday, September 30th

Holy Trinity 25, Pickering 0
The Holy Trinity Junior team parlayed a long opening drive march for a  touchdown along with two successful onside kicks into twenty-four  minutes of ball possession to open the game.  Finding themselves in a  12-0 deficit, the Trojans immediately turned the ball over on a fumble  on their opening snap and the Titans struck for a third touchdown less  than a minute later to up the margin to eighteen.  With just over two  minutes remaining, the Titans added a fourth touchdown on a seventeen  yard run by Derek Cyr.  The first three Titan touchdowns were by Nathan  Jones (12 yards) and Quarterback Chris Waldinsperger with two one yard  keepers.  Jon Codrington added a convert on the final touchdown.

Scoring details
First Quarter
07:02 Holy Trinity: TD Nathan Jones (12 yard run)
02:20 Holy Trinity: TD Chris Waldinsperger (1 yard run)

Second Quarter
05:51 Holy Trinity: TD Chris Waldinsperger (1 yard run)

Third Quarter
No scoring

Fourth Quarter
02:04 Holy Trinity: TD Derek Cyr (17 yard run); C Jon Codrington

Tier Two Junior

Wednesday, September 28th

Paul Dwyer 38, Port Perry 28
The Junior Saints overcame a 14-6 half time deficit with a four  touchdown outburst in the second half to hand the Rebels their second  consecutive defeat to start the season. Scoring touchdowns for Paul  Dwyer were Michael D’Annunzio with four (17, 80, 83 and 36 yards) and  Keegan Brand with two (38 and 35 yards).  D’Annunzio also added two  converts for the 2-0 Saints.  The Rebels posted four touchdown via the  pass with Matthew Reid (21 and and 4 yards) and Trenton Roy-Mugford (60  and 15 yards) picking up two majors each.  Braeden Vavassori  successfully converted all four Rebel touchdowns.


Thursday, September 29th

Bowmanville 28, Dunbarton 12
The Bowmanville Talons recorded their second consecutive victory to  start the season.  In each of the two games to date, Kyler Woodburn has  contributed twenty scoring points with three touchdowns and a two point  convert.  Also scoring for the Talons were Kyle Kelly with a touchdown  and Jake Gagnoc with a two point convert.   Adonis Martin posted both  touchdowns for the Spartans who were playing their first game of the  season.

Eastdale 21, Pine Ridge 6

The Eagles have opened the season with back to back victories as they  downed the Pumas 21-6.  With two touchdowns, Riley Palmer has now  tallied seven majors for the season.  Tyler Simpson also picked up a  touchdown for the defending champions while Ben Donnelly was successful  on all three convert attempts.  Replying for the Pumas, who are winless  after two games, was Khoysa Henderson.

St. Stephen 63, O’Neill 13

The high powered Royals offence posted a league high 63 scoring points  as they rolled to a 63-13 win over O’Neill.  Mitch Reece with three  touchdowns and Adam Bateman and Darby Bradley with two each paced the  nine touchdown attack.  Also adding single majors were Sebastian  Shearing and Cameron Asselin.  Cameron completed the Royals scoring with  a perfect nine for nine convert performance.   Isaiah Wilson scored  both O’Neill touchdowns while Colin Flamminio added one convert.   Through two games the undefeated Royals have tallied 104 scoring points  while the Red Hawks, who are still seeking their first win of the  season, have surrendered 101 points.

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LOSSA (Durham): Week 2 recap – Pickering upsets defending champs


Tier One Senior

Thursday, September 29th

Wilson 42, St. Mary 0
Chivon Gallagher put on a clinic in the Tier One Senior season opener. Gallagher, who plays on both offense and defense contributed two key interceptions, a fumble recovery, a fake punt which he ran for a first down, a touchdown, five converts and an Earl Anderson type leap as the Gators exploded for five touchdowns in just over one quarter of football.

Neither team was able to post a point through the first sixteen minutes of the game. Omar Williams, with a nineteen yard carry, broke the scoreless draw. Williams (10 yards) and Gallagher (four yards) would each add touchdowns prior to the half to increase the lead to 21-0. Williams on a three yard run and twenty-one yard pass reception increased the margin to 35-0 by the midway mark of the third quarter. A last minute touchdown by Williams on a nine yard run, converted by Matt Channon closed out the scoring.

Scoring details
First Quarter
No scoring

Second Quarter
07:39 Wilson: TD Omar Williams (19 yard run); C Chivon Gallagher
02:43 Wilson: TD Omar Williams (10 yard run); C Chivon Gallagher
00:38 Wilson: TD Chivon Gallagher (4 yard run); C Chivon Gallagher

Third Quarter
07:16 Wilson: TD Omar Williams (3 yard run); C Chivon Gallagher
05:56 Wilson: TD Omar Williams (21 yard pass); C Chivon Gallagher

Fourth Quarter
00:15 Wilson: TD Omar Williams (9 yard run); C Matt Channon

Highlights of Donald a Wilson vs st Marys – 7:19 to end

Friday, September 30th

Pickering 28, Holy Trinity 13
The defending league and Metro Bowl champions tasted defeat in their opening game of the 2011 season as they fell to the Pickering Trojans 28-13. The Trojans relied on the ground attack of Tristan Clough and Raekwon Grant as well as the arm of quarterback Jesse St. John who connected for several long pass completions with his favourite target being the fleet footed Evan Joynes. Clough on short runs from the two and one yard line posted both first half touchdowns. Both touchdowns were converted by Mike Stobbart, who finished the day with a four for four effort. Jon Codrington with a booming 59 yard punt single that travelled through the end zone provided the only scoring point for the Titans in the opening half. The Titans struck in the third quarter when Nik Shymko found the end zone from fifteen yards out however St. John immediately connected with Joynes for a seventy-five yard pass and run. The teams exchanged fourth quarter touchdowns as Nathaniel Allen (from the one) and Raekwon Grant (two yard carry) closed out the scoring.

Scoring details
First Quarter
04:45 Pickering TD Tristan Clough (2 yard run); C Mike Stobbart

Second Quarter
01:12 Holy Trinity: S Jon Codrington (59 yard punt)
00:24 Pickering: TD Tristan Clough (1 yard run); C Mike Stobbart

Third Quarter
04:12 Holy Trinity:TD Nik Shymko (15 yard run)
03:39 Pickering: TD Evan Joynes (75 yard pass); C Mike Stobbart

Fourth Quarter
09:42 Holy Trinity:TD Nathaniel Allen (1 yard run)
06:00 Pickering: TD Raekwon Grant (2 yard run); C Mike Stobbart

Tier Two Senior


Wednesday, September 28th

Paul Dwyer 59, Port Perry 0
The Saints displayed two different tactics to humble the defending Tier Two champions 59-0. In the opening half, the pinpoint passing of Eric Kimmerly picked apart the Rebel secondary as the Saints led by twenty-five at the intermission. With Kimmerly resting, during the second half, the Saints went exclusively to the ground game adding five more touchdowns. Posting touchdowns for Paul Dwyer were Jordan Duncan (carries of 7, 4 and 35 yards), Jake Radford (4 and 10 yard runs), Kimmerly (6 yard keeper), Aaron Champagne (13 yard pass reception), Dillando Allotey (48 yards) and Bryce MacDonald (40 yards). Evan Jolicoeur added one convert while Champagne contributed four point after kicks. The Saints, who have yet to be scored on this season, remain unbeaten through two games while the Rebels, playing in their season opener are 0-1.

Thursday, September 29th

Sinclair 22, Richardson 0
The Celtics evened their record at 1-1 as they shut out the Richardson Storm 22-0. Kyle Parker was credited with the only points of the opening quarter as the Storm were trapped in their end zone for a safety. Midway through the second quarter, Kyle Lampaugh upped the margin to 9-0 with a six yard touchdown run, converted by Matt Gynn, who finished the day with two converts. Mitch Laplaunt on a short run in the third quarter and Chris Mackey with a twenty-one yard pass reception in the final two minutes closed out the scoring. The Storm fell to 0-2 with the loss.

Pine Ridge 27, Denis O’Connor 14
Pine Ridge has opened with two wins as they turned back the 0-2 Denis O’Connor Chargers 27-14. Complete scoring details were not available.

O’Neill 16, St. Stephen 7
The Senior Red Hawks picked up their second win in two starts as they turned back the Royals 16-7. Greg Norris and Trey Campbell each recorded touchdowns while Brendan Costello notched his fifth field goal of the season along with a convert. Connor Vale replied for the Royals with all seven scoring points (touchdown and a convert. St. Stephen remains winless through two games.

Friday, September 30th

Uxbridge 8, Notre Dame 7
Chris Gladney’s punt single in the opening quarter proved to be the difference as the Uxbridge Tigers edged by the Notre Dame Cougars 8-7. The win lifted the Tigers record to 2-0. Notre Dame was playing their season opener. Kouvhan Dakin opened the game with an electrifying kickoff return to give the Cougars the early lead. Brandon Dixon upped the margin to seven with the convert. Gladney’s punt single reduced the lead to 7-1 later in the opening quarter. In the second quarter, Jacob Wilson (from one yard out) knotted the game at seven. Lee Cowie added the point after to close out the scoring in this tight defensively played game.


Tier One Junior

Thursday, September 29th

Wilson 48, St. Mary 6
The Junior Gators tallied seven touchdowns before the half as they won their Tier One season opener 48-6 over the St. Mary Monarchs. Leading the Gator attack was Andrew Smith who found the house three times on runs of 53, 3 and 23 yards. Also scoring rushing touchdowns were John Stewart with two and Jordan Grimes. George Gonsalves-Akers posted the final touchdown with a 21 yard pass reception. Malcom Branton kicked four converts while Adam Perroni added a two point convert. The Monarchs had the only scoring play of the second half as quarterback Provo Raishaun scored from four yards out to avoid the shut out.

Scoring details
First Quarter
09:09 Wilson: TD Andrew Smith (53 yard run)
04:47 Wilson: TD Andrew Smith (3 yard run); 2ptC Adam Perroni
00:56 Wilson: TD John Stewart (1 yard run); C Malcom Branton

Second Quarter
10:13 Wilson: TD John Stewart (2 yard run)
04:31 Wilson: TD Jordan Grimes (4 yard run); C Malcom Branton
03:27 Wilson: TD Andrew Smith (23 yard run); C Malcom Branton
00:03 Wilson: TD George Gonsalves-Akers (21 yard pass); C Malcom Branton

Third Quarter
02:09 St. Mary: TD Provo Raishaun 4 yard run

Fourth Quarter
No Scoring

Friday, September 30th

Holy Trinity 25, Pickering 0
The Holy Trinity Junior team parlayed a long opening drive march for a touchdown along with two successful onside kicks into twenty-four minutes of ball possession to open the game. Finding themselves in a 12-0 deficit, the Trojans immediately turned the ball over on a fumble on their opening snap and the Titans struck for a third touchdown less than a minute later to up the margin to eighteen. With just over two minutes remaining, the Titans added a fourth touchdown on a seventeen yard run by Derek Cyr. The first three Titan touchdowns were by Nathan Jones (12 yards) and Quarterback Chris Waldinsperger with two one yard keepers. Jon Codrington added a convert on the final touchdown.

Scoring details
First Quarter
07:02 Holy Trinity: TD Nathan Jones (12 yard run)
02:20 Holy Trinity: TD Chris Waldinsperger (1 yard run)

Second Quarter
05:51 Holy Trinity: TD Chris Waldinsperger (1 yard run)

Third Quarter
No scoring

Fourth Quarter
02:04 Holy Trinity: TD Derek Cyr (17 yard run); C Jon Codrington

Tier Two Junior

Wednesday, September 28th

Paul Dwyer 38, Port Perry 28
The Junior Saints overcame a 14-6 half time deficit with a four touchdown outburst in the second half to hand the Rebels their second consecutive defeat to start the season. Scoring touchdowns for Paul Dwyer were Michael D’Annunzio with four (17, 80, 83 and 36 yards) and Keegan Brand with two (38 and 35 yards). D’Annunzio also added two converts for the 2-0 Saints. The Rebels posted four touchdown via the pass with Matthew Reid (21 and and 4 yards) and Trenton Roy-Mugford (60 and 15 yards) picking up two majors each. Braeden Vavassori successfully converted all four Rebel touchdowns.


Thursday, September 29th

Bowmanville 28, Dunbarton 12
The Bowmanville Talons recorded their second consecutive victory to start the season. In each of the two games to date, Kyler Woodburn has contributed twenty scoring points with three touchdowns and a two point convert. Also scoring for the Talons were Kyle Kelly with a touchdown and Jake Gagnoc with a two point convert. Adonis Martin posted both touchdowns for the Spartans who were playing their first game of the season.

Eastdale 21, Pine Ridge 6

The Eagles have opened the season with back to back victories as they downed the Pumas 21-6. With two touchdowns, Riley Palmer has now tallied seven majors for the season. Tyler Simpson also picked up a touchdown for the defending champions while Ben Donnelly was successful on all three convert attempts. Replying for the Pumas, who are winless after two games, was Khoysa Henderson.

St. Stephen 63, O’Neill 13

The high powered Royals offence posted a league high 63 scoring points as they rolled to a 63-13 win over O’Neill. Mitch Reece with three touchdowns and Adam Bateman and Darby Bradley with two each paced the nine touchdown attack. Also adding single majors were Sebastian Shearing and Cameron Asselin. Cameron completed the Royals scoring with a perfect nine for nine convert performance. Isaiah Wilson scored both O’Neill touchdowns while Colin Flamminio added one convert. Through two games the undefeated Royals have tallied 104 scoring points while the Red Hawks, who are still seeking their first win of the season, have surrendered 101 points.

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