OVFL & OFC JUNIOR VARSITY RECAP (9): Eagles, Thunder catapult into playoffs, Jr. Mustangs cap perfect regular season; Stampeders & Stallions running away from the pack

The playoff contests have been determined in the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL).

In the Adam Conference, the undefeated London Jr. Mustangs will host Brampton Bulldogs while the Etobicoke Eagles travel on the road to play Niagara Spears.

As for the Wettges Conference, the Toronto Thunder visit top ranked Ottawa Myers Riders while the Kingston Grenadiers go to West Durham to meet the Dolphins.

The Brantford Bisons, Oakville Titans, Huronia Stallions, Twin Cities Predators, Sudbury Gladiators and Burlington Stampeders all won their games in the Ontario Football Conference (OFC).

Here are results for WEEK 9 OVFL and Week 8 OFC Junior 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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NIAGARA SPEARS 30, MISSISSAUGA WARRIORS 7:

On Saturday afternoon at Loyola Catholic Secondary School, Chase Osinga scored a touchdown and had 88 yards on two receptions as the Niagara Spears cruised to a 30-7 win over Mississauga Warriors.

The Spears end the regular season with a 6-2 record while the Warriors finish with a 1-7 record.

Justin Succar also tallied a major and rushed for 65 yards on six carries.  Pivot Ryan James completed 11 passes in 17 attempts for 166 yards and a touchdown.  Dallas Bone added three field goals and three PAT’s.

Defensively, Joshua Lisi had two batted balls as well as seven solo and two assisted tackles for the Spears. Colin Howe recorded a solo and an assisted tackle as well as six solo and two assisted tackles in the win.

Photo credit: Scarborough Thunder

Photo credit: Scarborough Thunder

 

TORONTO THUNDER 7, CUMBERLAND PANTHERS 4:

At Millenium Field on Saturday afternoon, Toronto Thunder came out on top of a defensive battle with a 7-4 vicotry over Cumberland Panthers.

The Thunder head into the postseason wirh a 5-3 record while the Panthers end their campaign with a 4-4 mark.

Brandon Roach completed 10 passes in 14 attempts for 185 yards.  #CFCOPC Kiondre Smith racked up 86 yards on five receptions for the Thunder.  James Parchment added a PAT.

Spencer Bambek led the Thunder defence with seven solo and three assisted tackles in the game.

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WEST DURHAM DOLPHINS 42, OTTAWA MYERS RIDERS 27:

On Saturday afternoon at University of Ottawa, the West Durham Dolphins handed the Ottawa Myers Riders their first loss of the regular season with a 42-27 win.

The Dolphins march into the postseason with a 6-2 record while the Myers Riders still retain the first seed with a 7-1 mark.

Hayden Tripp led the Myers Riders with three majors and rushed for 2312 yards on 29 carries.

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KINGSTON GRENADIERS 27, SSM SABRECATS 20:

At Loyalist Collegiate and Vocational Institute, Spencer Riley had a 68 yard touchdown reception and Eric Labrie tallied a major off a punt return as the Kingston Grenadiers dashed the hopes of the SSM Sabrecats with a 27-20 win.

The Grenadiers end their regular season with a 5-3 record while the Sabrecats finish their year with a 4-4 record.

Connor Rafferty added two PAT’s.

Defensively, Jamie Tuck registered four solo and 12 assisted tackles.  Additionally, Braden Clark caught an interception and converted it into a 30 yard touchdown score as well as had three solo and five assisted tackles in the game.

Photo credit: London Jr. Mustangs

Photo credit: London Jr. Mustangs

LONDON JR. MUSTANGS 42, ESSEX RAVENS 27:

On Saturday evening at TD Waterhouse Stadium, Ethan Martin completed 12 passes in 23 attempts for 188 yards, rushed for 120 yards on seven carries and had nine touchdowns (five passing, four rushing) as the London Jr. Mustangs capped off their 2016 regular season undefeated with a 42-27 victory over Essex Ravens.

The Jr. Mustangs record moved to 8-0 while the Ravens fell to 4-4.

Hayden Herlick tallied two majors (one rushing, one receiving) rushed for 133 yards on nine carries and racked up 64 yards on three receptions in the win.  Ethan Smith added a score and amassed 65 yards on five receptions.  Ezra Janssen had 45 yards on two receptions while Justin Awai had 41 yards on three receptions. Mohsen Jamal added six PAT’s.

Elias Chagui caught an interception, had three batted balls as well as an assisted and three solo tackles. Moreover, Julian De Bono had a batted ball, an assisted as well as five solo tackles for the Jr. Mustangs.

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YORK REGION LIONS 34, METRO TORONTO WILDCATS 21:

At York University on Saturday evening, Ron Boshoer tallied two majors and rushed for 215 yards on 25 carries as the York Region Lions ended their 2016 campaign on a high by defeating Metro Toronto Wildcats 34-21.

The Lions finish 3-5 while the Wildcats are at the bottom of the standings with a 0-8 record.

John-Kurt Andreacchi added four PAT’s.

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CAMBRIDGE LIONS 37, HAMILTON IRONMEN 21:

On Saturday night at Jacob Hespeler Field, Braeden Berry registered six solo and 10 assisted tackles as the Cambridge Lions defeated the Hamilton Ironmen 37-21.

The Lions end their season at 3-5 while the Ironmen finish with a winless 0-8 mark.

#CFCOPC pivot Michael Warner completed 13 passes in 21 attempts for 148 yards and four touchdowns in the win.  Xavier Pineda (88 yards on four carries) and Keagan Vanderpool (77 yards on 16 carries) each tallied a major.  Aidan Carter had 44 yards on two receptions.

Jahnai Powell caught an interception, had three batted balls as well as three solo and two assisted tackles on defence.  Trenton DaCosta added two solo and 13 assisted tackles for the Lions.

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ETOBICOKE EAGLES 34, BRAMPTON BULLDOGS 28:

At Chinguacousy Park on Sunday afternoon, the Etobicoke Eagles ended the regular season with a 34-28 win over Brampton Eagles.

Both teams, who are headed to the playoffs have identical 5-3 records.

For the Bulldogs, Shamar Headley scored a touchdown and rushed for 143 yards on 25 carries. Retsen-Taeshawn Daley rushed for 88 yards on six carries while #CFCOPC Avontae McKoy had 41 yards on four receptions in the game. Antonio Webb added four PAT’s in the loss.

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BRANTFORD BISONS 55, GUELPH JR. GRYPHONS 6:

On Friday, the Brantford Bisons crushed the Guelph Jr. Gryphons 55-6.

The Bisons improve to 5-2 while the Jr. Gryphons slip to 1-6.

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

Oakville Titans

OAKVILLE TITANS 39, TORONTO JR. ARGOS 0:

On Saturday, the Oakville Titans earned a 39-0 shutout win over Toronto Jr. Argos.

The Titans move to 4-3 on the season while the Jr. Argos are winless at 0-7.

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

Huronia Stallions

HURONIA STALLIONS 20, NORTH HALTON CRIMSON TIDE 8:

On Saturday, the Huronia Stallions defeated North Halton Crimson Tide 20-8.

The Stallions are 6-1 while the Crimson Tide are 4-3.

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

Twin Cities Predators

TWIN CITIES PREDATORS 48, FOREST CITY THUNDERBIRDS 7:

On Saturday, the Twin Cities Predators dismantled Forest City Thunderbirds 48-7.

The Predators improve to 5-2 while the Thunderbirds fall to 3-4.

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

Sudbury Gladiators

SUDBURY GLADIATORS 24, VAUGHAN REBELS 6:

On Sunday, the Subudry Gladiators cruised to a 24-6 win over Vaughan Rebels.

The Gladiators move to 2-5 while the Rebels slip to 1-6.

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

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BURLINGTON STAMPEDERS 48, HAMILTON VARSITY TIGER CATS 7:

On Sunday, Burlington Stampeders remained perfect with a 48-7 thumping of the Hamilton Varsity Tiger Cats.

The Stampeders are 7-0 while the Tiger Cats are 5-2.

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

 

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