OVFL & OFC RECAP (VARSITY – 9): #CFCOPC Spinella & John shine in regular season finales; Jr Argos, Wolverines & Gladiators blitz opposition

This past season marked the end of the regular season for both the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL) and Ontario Football Conference (OFC).

Week 9 OVFL winners include Toronto Thunder, Cumberland Panthers, Ottawa Myers Riders, Markham Raiders, Cambridge Lions, Mississauga Warriors, Essex Ravens and Brampton Bulldogs.

Meanwhile it was a very light schedule in the OFC.  Toronto Jr Argos, Peterborough Wolverines and Sudbury Gladiators were victorious in their contests.

Here are the result from Week 9 action in both the OVFL and OFC:

(NOTE:  At press time not all stats/scores 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):

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TORONTO THUNDER 33, OSHAWA HAWKEYES 30:

On Saturday morning at Mary Ward CHS, Leonardo Ingram recorded an assisted and two solo tackles as well as 10 solo and two assisted tackles as the Toronto Thunder edged the Oshawa Hawkeyes 33-30.

Jhovan MacPherson scored a touchdown and rushed for 123 yards on six carries.  Raign Harris also tallied a major and racked up 96 yards on four receptions in the win.

#CFC100 Antoine Lyte-Myers scored a touchdown off a kick return.

Pivot Connor Smith completed nine passes in 11 attempts for 133 yards and two passing touchdowns.  Daynar Facey added two PAT’s and a rouge.

As for the Hawkeyes, Dawson Odei scored two touchdowns and rushed for 165 yards on 21 carries.  Brendan Whitney added an 18 yards field goal and was successful on three conversion attempts.

David Gadjovich led the Hawkeyes defence as he recorded two solo sacks as well as registered eight solo and four assisted tackles in the loss.

Kurleigh Gittens

CUMBERLAND PANTHERS 28, YORK SIMCOE BUCS 21:

At St. Maximillian Kolbe CHS on Saturday afternoon, the Cumberland Panthers defeated York Simcoe Bucs 28-21.

Justin Poitras completed seven passes in 13 attempts for 101 yards and two passing touchdowns.  #CFC100 Kurleigh Gittens Jr added four PAT’s in the win.

Jamie McTamney tallied two majors and amassed 85 yards on five receptions for the Bucs.  Marc Liegghio was successful on two conversion attempts.

Noah Craney completed 21 passes in 38 attempts for 271 yards and three passing touchdowns in the loss.

On defence, Alex Jafs registered eight solo and seven assisted tackles.

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OTTAWA MYERS RIDERS 38, WEST DURHAM DOLPHINS 18:

On Saturday afternoon as University of Ottawa Lees Campus, #CFCOPC pivot Jacob Spinella completed 19 passes in 35 attempts for 387 yards and two passing touchdowns as the Ottawa Myers Riders cruised to a 38-18 win over visiting West Durham Dolphins.

#CFCOPC Phil Iloki scored two touchdowns and racked up 111 yards on five catches.  Keenan Tanti tallied three majors and rushed for 50 yards on 12 carries for the Myers Riders. Eddy Cenatus had 86 yards on four receptions.

As for the Dolphins, Darnel Jarrett tallied a major and rushed for 88 yards on 10 receptions.  J’van Manhertz had 90 yards on nine receptions.

Jaylen Latouche completed eight passes in 14 attempts for 155 yards and a passing touchdown.  Additionally, he rushed for 56 yards on four receptions in the loss. Robert Carmichael added a PAT.

Trey Abrahams caught an interception as well as registered seven solo and five assisted tackles for the Dolphins.

MARKHAM RAIDERS 47, CORNWALL WILDCATS 29:

At Joe St Denis Field on Saturday early evening, the Markham Raiders defeated Cornwall Wildcats 47-29.

NOTE: Player & game stats not available at press time

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CAMBRIDGE LIONS 44, SAULT (SSM) SABRECATS 25:

On Saturday night at Rocky DiPietro Field, the Cambridge Lions coasted to a 44-25 victory over Sault (SSM) Sabrecats.

Jeff Auger scored three touchdowns and amassed 100 yards on three receptions for the Sabrecats.  Austin Wesley racked up 86 yards on four receptions while Brent MacDonald was successful on a conversion attempt.

Hunter Holub completed seven passes in 22 attempts for 163 yards and three passing touchdowns.  Additionally, he rushed for 76 yards on 11 carries in the loss.

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MISSISSAUGA WARRIORS 38, NIAGARA SPEARS 34:

At Kiwanis Field on Saturday night, Kevin John completed 19 passes in 38 attempts for 295 passing yards, rushed for 109 yards on 14 carries and added three passing as well as three rushing touchdowns as the visiting Mississauga Warriors escaped with a 38-34 win over the hosts Niagara Spears.

Devin Condlin tallied a major and rushed for 109 yards on 14 carries in the win.

On defence, #CFC100 Jack Cassar had seven solo and seven assisted tackles.  Damian Jamieson chipped in with five solo and seven assisted tackles for the Warriors.

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ESSEX RAVENS 33, ETOBICOKE EAGLES 6:

On Sunday afternoon at Father Henry Carr Catholic Secondary School, the visiting Essex Ravens crushed hosts Etobicoke Eagles 33-6.

Isaac Crawford tallied the lone major for the Eagles and amassed 142 yards on four receptions. Justice Allin completed four passes in seven attempts for 142 yards and a passing touchdown in the loss.

David Larbi led the Eagles defence with a solo sack as well as six solo and 11 assisted tackles. Thomas Koos added seven solo and six assisted tackles.

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BRAMPTON BULLDOGS 34, HAMILTON IRONMEN 21:

At Chingacousy Park on Sunday night, Malcolm Miller scored a touchdown and rushed for 149 yards on 13 carries as the Brampton Bulldogs defeated Hamilton Ironmen 34-21.

#CFC100 Chris Osei-Kusi tallied a major and racked up 111 yards on five receptions. Kelvin Adeleye Apanisele added two PAT’s.

Stone Sousa completed 14 passes in 24 attempts for 194 passing yards, rushed for 108 yards on seven carries and added a passing touchdown for the Bulldogs.

Donovan Glave recorded an assisted and two solo tackles.  Furthermore, he added two solo and six assisted tackles in the win.  Chris Spencer has a solo sack as well as five solo and six assisted tackles.

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SUDBURY GLADIATORS 41, NIPISSING WILD 9:

On Saturday, the Sudbury Gladiators tamed the Nipissing Wild 41-9.

Ian Christakos scored a 25 yard touchdown reception and John Pavacic sneaked in a for a one yard score in the first half.

At halftime, the Gladiators enjoyed a 17-0 lead over their opponents.

In the second half, Konnor Gillis caught an interception and dashed into the end zone for a touchdown.  Graeme Stevens and Brendon Chenier each tallied a major in the victory.

Kyle Regimbald tallied the lone major for the Wild – a 35 yard score.

Peterborough Wolveriness varsity 2015

PETERBOROUGH WOLVERINES 28, NORTH HALTON CRIMSON TIDE 7:

GAME RECAP COURTESTY OF PETERBOROUGH WOLVERINES

The Peterborough Wolverines Sr. Varsity football team finished their regular season play on Saturday night at TASS with a 28-7 victory against the North Halton Crimson Tide.

The Wolverines record is 6-2 and they have claimed a second place finish and the #2 seed position in the Ramsay Conference Sr. Varsity Division as they now advance into the playoffs.

The Wolverines opened the scoring and lead 21-0 late into the second quarter before the Crimson Tide scored a TD with less than a minute left in the half. It was all Wolverines in the second half stopping the Tide and scoring a final TD for the final 28-7 score.

Scoring for the Wolverines with single TD’s off passes from Dylan Astrom were Nathan O’Keefe and Kyle Lavergne. Brad Deal also scored a TD on a pass from Patrick Pearson and Devon MacCallum score a TD on a run. Devin Claypole converted 4 PAT kicks.

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TORONTO JR ARGOS 49, OAKVILLE TITANS 3:

NOTE: Player & game stats not available at press time

 

 

 

 

 

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