OVFL & OFC JUNIOR VARSITY RECAP (5): Myers Riders continue destruction, Stampeders dominate

*****UPDATED JUNE 23st @ 08:00AM EST****

Another week is in the books in junior varsity action in both the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL) and Ontario Football Conference (OFC).

In the OVFL, the Ottawa Myers Riders were the sole team to earn a shutout victory.  Other Week 5 winners include Niagara Spears, Toronto Thunder, Cumberland Panthers, West Durham Dolphins, Brampton Bulldogs, Essex Ravens and London Jr. Mustangs.

Meanwhile, both the North Halton Crimson Tide and Brantford Bisons blanked their opponents in Week 4 OFC action.  Additionally, Oakville Titans, Hamilton Tiger Cats, Burlington Stampeders and Huronia Stallions were victorious.

Here are results for WEEK 5 OVFL and Week 4 OFC Varsity Divisions

(NOTE:  At press time not all stats/scored were received; therefore, this page will be continued to be updated as more information does become available)

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ONTARIO VARSITY FOOTBALL LEAGUE (OVFL):

Chase Osinga (#84) reaches for a jump ball. Courtesy of Darren Osinga.

Chase Osinga (#84) reaches for a jump ball. Courtesy of Darren Osinga.

NIAGARA SPEARS 48, HAMILTON IRONMEN 6:

At Kiwanis Field on Friday night, Chase Osinga scored a touchdown and had 86 yards on two receptions as the Niagara Spears dismantled Hamilton Ironmen 48-6.

The Spears are now 3-1 while the Ironmen are 0-5.

Josh Ferguson tallied two majors and rushed for 70 yards on seven carries.  Isaac McAlonan added a score and 62 yards on six carries in the game.  Justin Succar rushed for 74 yards on five carries for the Spears.

Pivot Ryan James completed seven passes in nine attempts for 140 yards and two touchdowns in the win.  Dallas Bone added seven PAT’s.

Levar Anderson tallied the lone major for the Ironmen and racked up 73 yards on four receptions.  Anthony Pimentel completed 18 passes in 24 attempts for 182 yards and a touchdown.

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TORONTO THUNDER 32, METRO TORONTO WILDCATS 12:

On Saturday morning at Birchmount Stadium, Vayi Yomo tallied two majors and rushed for  89 yards on 19 carries as the Toronto Thunder cruised to a 32-12 win over Metro Toronto Wildcats.

The Thunder improve to 3-2 on the season while the Wildcats are winless at 0-4.

#CFCOPC Kiondre Smith added two scores, including one off a punt return and had 84 yards on five receptions. Pivot Brandon Roach completed 11 passes in 18 attempts for 165 yards and two touchdowns. James Parchment was successful on two conversion attempts.
Jaedyn Tuen led the Thunder defence with two interceptions as well as two solo and eight assisted tackles.  Mahdi Hazime added seven solo and four assisted tackles in the win.

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CUMBERLAND PANTHERS 37, SSM SABRECATS 7:

At Superior Heights Collegiate on Saturday afternoon, #CFCOPC Kevin Victome scored two touchdowns and amassed 139 yards on six receptions as the Cumberland Panthers defeated SSM Sabrecats 37-7.

Both teams now have identical 2-2 records.

#CFCOPC Jake Asselin added a score and rushed for 105 yards on 22 carries in the win.  Xavier Gervais was successful on a 12 yard field goal attempts as well as five PAT’s.

Defensively, Geri Theodore registered four solo and five assisted tackles for the Panthers.  #CFCOPC Arthur Hamlin caught an interception and converted it into a 40 yard score as well as three solo and four assisted tackles in the win.

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WEST DURHAM DOLPHINS 22, KINGSTON GRENADIERS 6:

On Saturday afternoon at Pine Ridge Secondary School, the West Durham Dolphins scored a 22-6 victory over the Kingston Grenadiers.

The Dolphins improve to 2-2 while the Grenadiers slide to 3-2.

Nigel LeGood tallied the lone major for the Grenadiers.

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OTTAWA MYERS RIDERS 78, OSHAWA HAWKEYES 0:

At Beckwith Recreation Park on Saturday afternoon, the Ottawa Myers Riders crushed the Oshawa Hawkeyes 78-0.

The Myers Riders remain perfect with a 5-0 record while the Hawkeyes fall to 1-4.

(NOTE: Stats were not available at press time for this game)

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BRAMPTON BULLDOGS 42, CAMBRIDGE LIONS 10:

On Saturday afternoon at Jacob Hespeler Field, Shaye Wynter completed 13 passes in 18 attempts for 185 yards and two touchdowns as the Brampton Bulldogs thumped the Cambridge Lions 42-10.

The Bulldogs are 4-0 while the Lions slide to 1-4.

Retsen-Taeshawn Daley scored two touchdowns and had 59 rushing yards on six carries in the game.  Shemar Headley tallied a major and rushed for 61 yards on 12 carries for the Bulldogs.  Jonathan Kolter added a score and 54 yards on four receptions.  Moreover, Clark Barnes amassed 72 yards on five receptions while #CFCOPC Avontae McKoy racked up 64 yards on four receptions.

Antonio Webb added six PAT’s.

Defensively, Jejuan Sparks led the way with a solo and assisted sack as well as three solo and five assisted tackles.

For the Lions, #CFCOPC Michael Warner completed 15 passes in 29 attempts for 210 yards and a touchdown.  Brayden Harris had 77 yards on five receptions in the loss.  #CFCOPC Trenton DaCosta reigstered eight solo and five assisted tackles.

Essex Ravens

ESSEX RAVENS 26, MISSISSAUGA WARRIORS 22:

At University of Windsor on Saturday afternoon, the Essex Ravens got past visiting Mississauga Warriors 26-22.

The Ravens improve to 4-1 while the Warriors drop to 0-4.

Despite the loss, the Warriors had a silver lining by the performance of Jayden Kerr who tallied a major and rushed for 167 yards on 25 carries.  Will Manko amassed 78 yards on seven receptions.

Austin Reid completed 17 passes in 32 attempts for 201 yards and a touchdown for the Warriors.  Luke Tejerina added a field goal and a PAT.

Scott Murray has an assisted sack as well as six solo and four assisted tackles on the Warriors defence.

Photo credit: London Jr. Mustangs

Photo credit: London Jr. Mustangs

LONDON JR. MUSTANGS 37, ETOBICOKE EAGLES 22:

On Saturday evening at TD Waterhouse Stadium, Chase Brown scored four touchdowns and rushed for 101 yards on 10 receptions as the London Jr. Mustangs remain perfect after a 37-22 victory over visiting Etobicoke Eagles.

The Jr. Mustangs move to 4-0 while the Eagles fall to 2-3.

Mohsen Jamal was successful on five conversion attempts.

Defensively, Johnny Pantazopoulos had two batted balls as well as seven solo and two assisted tackles.  Swion Lee registered four solo and eight assisted tackles.

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ONTARIO FOOTBALL CONFERENCE (OFC):

Keegan Crough

OAKVILLE TITANS 17, PETERBOROUGH WOLVERINES 7:

Source: Peterborough Wolverines

The Titans defense was able to stop the Wolverines drives and was able to hold on to the hard fought 17-7 victory. This was the first lost of the season for the Wolverines with their record now at 3-1. Scoring the lone TD for the Wolverines was Keegan Crough with a successful convert kick by Quinn Clancey.

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HAMILTON VARSITY TIGER CATS 33, GUELPH JR GRYPHONS 22:

 

 

Source: John Metcalfe

The Cats overcame being down 22-12 early in the 3rd quarter and scored three unanswered touchdowns to prevail 33-22 over the Gryphons.  Hamilton scores came from Kyle Samson on an 8 yard catch, Calvin Kelly on a 16 yard run, Daniel Eldridge on a 1 yard plunge and Carter Routledge on a 71 yard gallop that clinched the win.  Ethan Bastarache added 4 converts for the victors while the defence forced 2 conceded safety touches and Max Sherwood added a rouge on a punt.  Guelph was led by Tanner Nelmes two touchdown plunges from a yard out and Jack St. Hilaire catching a 5 yard score from Adam Shoemaker.  Mathieu Pouch converted those scores and also had a punt rouge.  Tiger Cats move to a season mark of 2-1 while Guelph goes to 0-3.

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NORTH HALTON CRIMSON TIDE 43, VAUGHAN REBELS 0:

On Saturday, the North Halton Crimson Tide earned a 43-0 victory over Vaughan Rebels.

(NOTE: Stats were not available at press time for this game)

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BURLINGTON STAMPEDERS 48, TWIN-CITIES PREDATORS 14:

 

Source: John Metcalfe

The Junior Varsity Stampeders continue to show the way in the South Division as they ran their record to 3-0 as a result of their 48-14 win over Twin Cities.  Nathan Langley (47, 28 and 2 yards) and John Nikolovski (22 and 20 yards) led the Stamps with 3 and 2 touchdowns respectively while Connor Irwin Lewis ( 2 yard run) and Brendan Day (17 yard reception) had the other scores for Burlington.  Nikita Buzynskyy was good on 6 of 7 converts.  Evan Bender on a 22 yard catch and James King with a 28 yard run had the Preds majors with Adian Merchant kicking two converts.  Twin Cities record falls to 2-2.

 

Huronia Stallions

HURONIA STALLIONS 32, TORONTO JR. ARGOS 13:

On Sunday, the Huronia Stallions coasted to a 32-13 win over Toronto Jr. Argos.

The Stallions improve to 4-0 while the Jr, Argos slip to 0-3.

(NOTE: Stats were not available at press time for this game)

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BRANTFORD BISONS 42, SARNIA STURGEON 0:

On Sunday. the Brantford Bisons blanked the Sarnia Sturgeon 42-0.

The Bisons are 2-1 while the Sturgeon are 0-4.

(NOTE: Stats were not available at press time for this game)

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