Ça y est, la saison de football 2017 s'acheve cette semaine. La partie la plus importante sera le match de revanche entre les Islanders du Collège John Abbott et le Noir-et-Or du Cegep de Vallefield. Les cinq ans de travail de Patrick Gregory ont finalement porté fruit. Depuis son arrivée au poste de l'entraineur chef, les Islanders ont toujours accedé aux séries éliminatoires et ils ont grimpé au classement chaque saison. On vera s'ils trouveront la bonne stratégie défensive face à l'attaque polyvalente de l'équipe campivalensienne.

Quant à l'équipe du Collège Vanier, c'est la première fois qu'elle accéde au championnat de la div. 1 depuis 2012 quand ils ont gagné 25 à 19 contre Collège Champlain-Lennoxville.
Pour John Abbott, ils n'ont pas accédé à la finale de la div. 2 depuis 2002 quand ils ont battu Collège André-Grasset 32 à 7.
L'équipe de Valleyfield accede au championnat de la div. 2 pour la deuxième saison consecutive. L'année passée, elle a perdu contre Cegep Lionel-Groulx 48-43. Auparavant, quand même, elle a gagné le Bol d'Or de la div. 3 trois fois aux années 2012, 2013 et 2014.
That's it, the 2017 football season is coming to an end this weekend. The most important game will be the rematch between the John Abbott College Islanders and the Valleyfield Noir-et-Or. The five years of work that Patrick Gregory has put in have finally paid off. Every since he took over the reins at the head coaching position, the Islanders have made the playoffs every year and they have steadily climbed in the standings. It will be interesting to see if they have the right defensive game strategy to meet the challenges of the multi-faceted offense of the Valleyfield team.

For Vanier, it's their first trip to a div. 1 final since 2012 when they defeated Champlain-Lennoxville 25-19.
For John Abbott, it's their first div. 2 final since 2002 when they beat Collége André-Grasset 32-7.
For Valleyfield, it's their second consecutive appearance in a div. 2 final. Last year they lost to Cegep Lionel-Groulx 48-43. Before that they did win the Bol d'Or championship three times in div. 3 in 2012, 2013 and 2014.

vendredi/Friday 17 novembre, 2017


(19 h) John Abbott College Islanders 25 vs Valleyfield Noir-et-Or 38
Championnat Bol d'Or div. 2 / Gold Cup div. 2 championship
(terrain/field: Centre Claude-Robillard, Montreal, QC)

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La traduction est en cours. Désolé.. Some statistics from the game:
  • John Abbott College Islanders – 5 turnovers, 325 net yards of offense, 17 penalties for 164 yards
  • Valleyfield Noir-et-Or – 2 turnovers, 462 net yards of offense, 10 penalties for 83 yards.
Guess who won the game?

The John Abbott College Islanders gained more yards and had more first downs against Valleyfield in this game compared to their regular season encounter back in October, but they also committed more turnovers and, most importantly, had more than double the number of penalties and penalty yards assessed against them. Valleyfield on the other hand, other than conceding two safeties in the first half, committed no turnovers at all and showed enough disciple to limit their penalties to a manageable level.

The first drive of the game turned out to be a window onto the entire match. Valleyfied started from its own 48-yd line. After a run for no gain and an incomplete pass, they gained only six yards on the 3rd down play and it looked like the would have to punt. Unfortunately, Islanders were assessed a 10-yd penalty and the Noir-et-Or drive continued. Nine plays later Valleyfield appeared to score a touchdown but it was called back for holding. After replaying the third down and gaining no yards they settled for a 27-yd field goal by V#3 to take an early 3-0 lead.

Even though the next two drives by John Abbott ended with a punt and an interception, the Islanders actually took a 4-3 lead after one quarter of play thanks to two safeties that they forced Valleyfield to concede.

The third time that the Islanders offense went on the field proved to be the charm as they put together an 8-play, 75-yd drive that finished with a 33-yd catch by I#25 to increase their lead to 11-3 (I#28 convert kick). However, Valleyfield immediately responded with one of their typical offensive series, using 12 plays to move 75 yards and consuming almost six minutes of playing time to narrow the gap to 11-10 thanks to a 13-yd TD catch by V#88 (V#3 convert kick). The key moment during that drive was a major penalty against John Abbott on a 4th down play that appeared to have stopped a Noir-et-Or player short of the first down marker.

Just like in their regular season game, however, John Abbott was up to the challenge and they scored a TD of their own, this time thanks to a 35-yd catch by I#8 on a 4th down play to make the score 18-10 for the Islanders. The Noir-et-Or, however, played along in this touchdown scoring tit-for-tat, this time using 11 plays to move 67 yards and finishing with a 5-yd run by V#7 to make the score 18-17 at the half time break.

The third quarter was a low scoring affair but it did allow Valleyfield to take a 22-18 lead that they would never surrender. Two of the five points for Valleyfield came from a safety that John Abbott conceded while the other three came from a 13-yd field goal by V#3. It appeared as if the two teams would get into another offensive shootout at that point when the Islanders offense went on the field and after running seven plays got a first down at the Valleyfield 26-yd line. But, they were then pushed back five yards by a penalty and on the next play they fumbled the football and V#52 recovered it. The turnover proved costly for the Islanders because the Noir-et-Or offense then used eight plays to move 68 yards to score a TD on a 20-yd catch by V#88 to increase their lead to 29-18 at the start of the 4th quarter.

After increasing their lead to 31-18 thanks to a second safety to be conceded by John Abbott, the Noir-et-Or offense put together another methodical scoring drive, this one using nine plays to move 75 yards and finishing with a 1-yd carry into the end zone by V#32 that increased their lead to 38-18. John Abbott got the ball back with 6:14 left on the clock and they only needed a little bit more than two minutes to score a touchdown, this time on a 5-yd catch by I#4 to narrow the gap to 38-25. They then tried an on-side kick but they could not recover the ball and Valleyfield offense went back on the field with 4:01 left on the clock. Unfortunately for John Abbott, their defense could not get the ball back and the Noir-et-Or were able to convert on two 4th down plays and then run out the clock to seal their victory.

After the game, RSEQ officials presented Most Valuable Player awards to players from each team. For the Valleyfield Noir-et-Or it was V#15 Kelley Brossard while for the John Abbott Islanders it was I#8 Mark Atrill.

The question now is, after all of their successes in the last six years in division 3 and division 2, when will the Noir-et-Or move up to division 1?

Résumé des statistiques du match entre les équipes des Islanders du Collège John Abbott et les Noir-et-Or du Cegep de Valleyfield
Summary of statistics for the game between the John Abbott College Islanders and the Noir-et-Or from the Valleyfield CEGEP
(53 k)

Centre Claude-Robillard, Montreal, QC
CEGEP div. 2 Bol d'Or championship, 17 Nov. 2017, 7:00 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
Valleyfield Noir-et-Or - FG, V#3 27-yd 6:00
John Abbott Islanders - Safety, conceded by V#3 10:25
John Abbott Islanders - Safety, conceded by V#3 12:50
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
John Abbott Islanders - TD, I#25 33-yd catch (I#28 convert kick) 0:24
Valleyfield Noir-et-Or - TD, V#88 13-yd catch (V#3 convert kick) 6:23
John Abbott Islanders - TD, I#8 35-yd catch (I#28 convert kick) 9:24
Valleyfield Noir-et-Or - TD, V#7 5-yd run (V#3 convert kick) 13:34
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
Valleyfield Noir-et-Or - Safety, conceded by I#28 2:41
Valleyfield Noir-et-Or - FG, V#3 13-yd 8:32
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
Valleyfield Noir-et-Or - TD, V#88 20-yd catch (V#3 convert kick) 2:38
Valleyfield Noir-et-Or - Safety, conceded by I#28 4:30
Valleyfield Noir-et-Or - TD, V#32 1-yd run (V#3 convert kick) 8:46
John Abbott Islanders - TD, I#4 5-yd catch (I#28 convert kick) 10:59

John Abbott Islanders
 
4
14
0
7

25
Valleyfield Noir-et-Or
 
3
14
5
16

38

Attendance – approximately 2500-3000

samedi/Saturday 18 novembre, 2017


(15 h) Vanier College Cheetahs 0 @ Champlain-Lennoxville College 36
Championnat Bol d'Or div. 1 / Gold Cup div. 1 championship
(terrain/field: Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard, Montreal, QC)



La saison de football 2017 s'acheve. Pour les équipes scolaire et civiles c'est la dernière semaine de l'action. Les équipes collègiales et universitaires vont encore jouer la semaine prochaine. The 2017 football season is almost over. For high school and civil football it's the last weekend of action. CEGEP and university teams will still be playing next week.

vendredi/Friday 10 novembre, 2017


(20 h) Stallions midget 15 @ Chateauguay Raiders 30
LFMQ Coupe Jack Simpson / QMFL Jack Simpson Cup
(terrain/field: Stade Hébert, St-Leonard, QC)

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The Jack Simpson Cup encore performance between the St-Lazare Stallions and the Chateauguay Raiders proved to be a lot more entertaining than the 7-2 game from a year earlier, but if there was one thing that did not change it was the Raiders' game strategy.
Last year, they generated 227 total yards of offense, 226 of which was on the ground. Their favorite play on first downs was to hand the ball off to their running back and run it right up the gut of the Stallions defense. That's how they got 96 of those 226 yards. In this year's final, the Raiders generated 231 total yards of offense, 221 of which was on the ground. Their favorite play on first downs was to hand the ball off to their running back and run it right up the gut of the Stallions defense. That's how they gained 98 of those 221 yards. It sounds like a broken record but it's not.

The game was played exactly on the 11th anniversary to the day of the one and only Jack Simpson Cup win by a Stallions midget team and it did not start well for St-Lazare. On only the second play from scrimmage, they fumbled the ball on their own 30-yd line and R#72 recovered it. The Raiders offense then went on the field and in two plays had a first down 11 yards from the end zone. However, after three more plays they were still at the same spot and they settled for an 18-yd field goal by R#41 to take an early 3-0 lead.

Stallions responded immediately, though, starting on their own 35-yd line and gaining a first down in six plays three yards from the Chateauguay end zone. Stallions QB S#2 then finished the drive with a 3-yd carry to score the game's first TD and give the Stallions a 6-3 lead (convert kick failed). After forcing the Raiders to go three-and-out on the ensuing drive, Stallions seemed ready to score more points on their next drive when they got a first down at the Raiders 22-yd line but on the next three plays they could only gain three more yards. They settled for a 26-yd field goal attempt by S#3 and the kick was good but Stallions were assessed a penalty that took their three points off the scoreboard and pushed them five yards back. Unfortunately, the second field goal attempt was wide right and they only got one point for their efforts.

The turnover quickly proved costly because on the first play of the ensuing Raiders drive, R#21 broke right through the middle of the Stallions defense and ran 54 yards before being tackled by S#34. That only prevented the inevitable, though, because three plays later Raiders QB got into the end zone on a 2-yd carry to put his team back in front 9-7 (convert kick failed). After the two teams exchanged punts, Stallions offense went back on the field at its own 45-yd line with 1:00 left to play in the first half. On their first play, however, disaster struck again as they fumbled the ball and R#44 recovered it. The Raiders then needed only three plays to score another TD, this time on a 20-yd run by R#41 to increase their lead to 16-7 at the half time break (R#91 convert kick).

Chateauguay went on offense at the start of the 2nd half and they simply continued where they left off at the end of the 1st half. Their first drive was a seven-play, 50-yd effort that finished with an 18-yd TD run by R#21 that increased Chateauguay's lead to 23-7 (R#91 convert kick). After another exchange of punts, Stallions faced a 4th down and five yards to go situation at their own 49-yd line. They lined up for a punt but Stallions' punter handed the ball off to S#22 instead of kicking. R#50 saw the fake all the way and tackled the Stallions ball carrier 14 yards behind the line of scrimmage, forcing a turnover on downs. It again proved costly for the Stallions because only two plays later R#87 scored another TD, this time on a 27-yd run to put Chateauguay in front 30-7 (R#91 convert kick) early in the 4th quarter.

To their credit, Stallions fought back and on the ensuing possession put together an 11-play, 75-yd drive that finished with a 1-yd TD catch by S#3 and which made it a two-possession game when S#2 carried the ball into the end zone on a 2-pt convert and had the Stallions then trailing the Raiders 30-15.

The scoring drive consumed more than seven minutes of playing time and the Raiders got the ball back with a little more than three minutes left to play in the game. Stallions defense limited them to only four yards on their next three plays and Raiders went for it on 4th down, but their pass play only pushed them back eight more yards and they turned the ball over on downs. Stallions offense then went back on the field with only 1:30 left on the game clock at the Raiders' 52-yd line. They lost two yards with a run on the 1st down and then threw two incomplete passes. On 4th down, they handed the ball off the S#22 but he was limited to a gain of only eight yards and Stallions again turned the ball over on downs. The Raiders were then able to run out the clock to preserve their second Jack Simpson Cup victory in a row.

After the game, league officials awarded team MVP awards to R#21 Dwante Morgan from the Raiders and S#22 Zachary Stehr from the Stallions. The MVP lineman awards were given to R#55 Alexandre Duggan from Chateauguay and S#99 Jarred Heward from St-Lazare.

Stade Hebert, St-Leonard, QC
QMFL, Jack Simpson Cup final, 10 Nov. 2017 8:00 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
Chateauguay Raiders - FG, R#41 18-yd 4:32
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#2 3-yd run (convert kick failed) 8:26
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - Rouge, S#3 4:15
Chateauguay Raiders - TD, R#4 2-yd run (convert kick failed) 6:11
Chateauguay Raiders - TD, R#41 20-yd run (R#91 convert kick) 11:51
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
Chateauguay Raiders - TD, R#21 18-yd run (R#91 convert kick) 4:18
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
Chateauguay Raiders - TD, R#87 27-yd run (R#91 convert kick) 1:13
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#3 1-yd catch (S#2 2-pt convert run) 8:27

St-Lazare Stallions
 
6
1
0
8

15
Chateauguay Raiders
 
3
13
7
7

30

Attendance – approximately 160-180

samedi/Saturday 11 novembre, 2017


(10 h) Stallions atôme 36 @ Sunnybrooke Chiefs 12
Championnat LFRM / MRFL championship
(terrain/field: Stade Hébert, St-Leonard, QC)


(13 h) CEGEP Édouard-Montpetit 13 vs Valleyfield Noir-et-Or 47
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: CEGEP Valleyfield, Valleyfield, QC)


(13 h) CEGEP Lionel-Groulx 25 vs John Abbott College Islanders 51
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: Memorial Field, John Abbott College, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC)


(13 h) Vanier College Cheetahs 24 @ Collège André-Grasset 22
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard, Montreal, QC)


(15 h) Polyvalente St-Georges 14 vs Collège Bourget juvenile 7
championnat provincial / provincial championship
(terrain/field: É.S. des Pionniers, Trois-Rivières, QC)



(16 h) Stallions bantam 30 @ St-Laurent Spartans 6
LFBQ Coupe du President / QBFL President's Cup
(terrain/field: Stade Hébert, St-Leonard, QC)

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The St-Lazare Stallions and the St-Laurent Spartans were meeting for the second time this season but it was clear from the beginning that it was not the same teams that played against each other on August 19. In that game, the Spartans generated a total of 417 yards of offense, 210 through the air and 207 on the ground, which they used to beat the Stallions by a score of 40-6. In the President's Cup final, the Spartans only generated 171 yards of total offense and only 21 of those yards came on passing plays. Stallions, on the other hand, could run and pass with equal proficiency and they used it to dominate the game and earn a 30-6 win. It was also somewhat strange that for a game that is called football, the ball never touched a single player's foot other than on kickoffs,

Just like their midget brethren the night before, things didn't go well for the Stallions at the start of the game because they fumbled the ball on the opening kickoff and Sp#40 recovered it. However, the Spartans turned the ball over right back to the Stallions on downs and the St-Lazare offense then went into action starting from its own 34-yd line. Unfortunately, two plays later they fumbled again and St-Laurent recovered it. This time, it looked like the Spartans might take advantage of the turnover as they moved 41 yards in five plays and got a first down just nine yards outside the St-Lazare end zone. Three plays later they were only five yards closer and they decided to go for it on 4th down. They tried a pass to Sp#32 in the end zone but St#56 knocked it down to preserve the scoreless tie. On the first play of the ensuing drive by the Stallions St#2 threw a short pass to St#25 who got behind the Spartans defense and started running towards the end zone. It looked like he might score a TD but Sp#44 caught up with him and made a tackle 29 yards outside the end zone. Four plays later, however, St#20 finished the job with a 10-yd TD catch, which gave the Stallions a 6-0 lead at the end of the 1st quarter that they would never relinquish (2-pt convert pass attempt failed).

After an exchange of turnovers – the game was a turnover feast, six of them committed by the Stallions and 12 by the Spartans – Stallions went back on offense starting at the St-Laurent 34-yd line and six plays later St#26 scored a TD on a 10-yd carry to increased St-Lazare's lead to 12-0 (2-pt convert attempt failed). Spartans then had the ball for only three plays before St#56 took it away from them with an interception. Seven plays after that, St#80 caught a 25-yd TD pass to make the score 18-0 for St-Lazare at the half time break.

After the two teams traded two more turnovers each at the start of the second half it looked like St-Laurent's fortunes were changing when Sp#24 intercepted a pass from St#2 at his own 15-yd line and ran 71 yards the other way before being brought down by St#26. The Spartans offense then went on the field and needed just two plays before Sp#9 scored a TD from five yards out on a QB-keeper to narrow the gap to 18-6 at the end of the 3rd quarter (2-pt convert failed).

However, Stallions responded in kind, also needing just two plays to score a TD, this time on an 80-yd catch-and-run play by St#25 to restore their 18-point lead (2-pt convert attempt failed again). On the ensuing kickoff, Stallions kicked short and St#25 recovered the ball putting the St-Lazare offensive unit right back on the field at the St-Laurent 37-yd line. They then used six plays to score the last TD of the game on a 2-yd carry by St#46 to make the final score 30-6.

St#25 stood out on offense for the Stallions with 177 yards on four catches and one TD. On defense, St#56 and St#80 stood out with two and one interceptions respectively. St#26 and St#66 combined on one sack while St#46 led the defense with nine tackles.

After the game, league officials awarded team MVP awards to Sp#9 Philippe Croisetiere from the Spartans and St#46 Nikolas St-Louis-Taylor from the Stallions. The MVP lineman awards were given to Sp#50 Antoine Moustache from St-Laurent and St#60 Jack Taylor from St-Lazare.

Stade Hebert, St-Leonard, QC
QBFL, President's Cup final, 11 Nov. 2017, 4:00 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, St#20 10-yd catch (2-pt convert attempt failed) 9:39
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, St#26 10-yd run (2-pt convert attempt failed) 8:07
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, St#80 10-yd catch (2-pt convert attempt failed) 10:02
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
St-Laurent Spartans - TD, Sp#9 5-yd run (2-pt convert attempt failed) 8:04
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, St#25 80-yd catch (2-pt convert attempt failed) 4:48
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, St#46 2-yd run (2-pt convert attempt failed) 8:14

St-Lazare Stallions
 
6
12
0
12

30
St-Laurent Spartans
 
0
0
6
0

6

Attendance – approximately 120-140




Voici les autres parties des séries éliminatoires que l'on suit :
  • les Stingers de l'Université Concordia vont jouer contre les Carabins de l'Université de Montréal au terrain CEPSUM à Montréal samedi le 4 novembre à partir de 14 heures
  • les Raiders de Chateauguay vont affronter les Jr. Bruizers de la Rive Sud pour la Coupe Joe Pistilli et le championnat de la LFJQ au Parc Seaway de St-Lambert dimanche le 5 novembre à partir de 14 heures
Here are other playoff games that we're following:
  • the Concordia Stingers are playing against the U of M Carabins on Saturday, Nov. 4 at the CEPSUM field in Montreal starting at 2 pm
  • the Chateauguay Raiders will face the South Shore Jr. Bruizers for the Joe Pistill Cup and the QJFL championship on Sunday, Nov. 5 at Seaway Park in St-Lambert starting at 2 pm

jeudi/Thursday 2 novembre, 2017


(15 h 30) É. S. Chêne-Bleu cadet 9 @ Selwyn House H.S. 19
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: Molson Stadium, Montreal, QC)


(18 h) Collège de Montreal 3 vs É. S. Cité-des-Jeunes cadet 49
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: É. S. Cité-des-Jeunes, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC)

vendredi/Friday 3 novembre, 2017


(14 h) É. S. Cité-des-Jeunes juvenile 0 @ Lower Canada College 18
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: Lower Canada College, Notre-Dame-de-Grace, QC)

samedi/Saturday 4 novembre, 2017


(12 h) Stallions pee-wee 12 @ Saint-Leonard Cougars 21
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: Stade Hébert, St-Leonard, QC)


(12 h 30) É.S. J.-H.-Leclerc 6 vs Collège Bourget juvenile 45
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: Collège Bourget, Rigaud, QC)


(13 h) CEGEP de Sherbrooke 7 vs John Abbott College Islanders 48
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: Memorial Field, John Abbott College, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC)



(16 h) Stallions midget 27 @ St-Laurent Spartans 13
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: Parc St-Laurent, St-Laurent, QC)

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Il n'est jamais un bon signe quand cinq voiture de police arrivent au match de football amateur. Plus de details à suivre. Le fait le plus important est que les Stallions vont jouer pour la Coupe Jack Simpson pour la 2e année consecutive, tout comme l'équipe midget originale des années 2005-2006.

La traduction du reportage est en cours. Désolé.
It is never a good sign when five police cars show up at an amateur football game. More details to follow. What's most important right now is that Stallions will be playing for the Jack Simpson Cup for a second year in a row, just like the original 2005-2006 team did.

The Stallions and the Spartans were playing at Parc St-Laurent in a Jack Simpson Cup semi final for the second year in a row but other than the fact that the two teams were playing with short benches on both occasions, the games could not have been more different. Last year, Stallions needed late game heroics to eke out a 15-14 win. This year, they were in control of the game all along and had no problem beating the Spartans 27-13, setting up a rematch against the Chateauguay Raiders.

Stallions got the ball first at the start of the game and they needed only two plays to score the first points of the game. On the first play, St#22 carried the ball for a 17-yd gain, which combined with a major penalty against the Spartans gave the Stallions a first down at the St-Laurent 28-yd line. On the next play, St#1 scored the first TD of the game when he caught a short pass in the flat and then shook off a few defenders to get into the end zone to put the Stallions in the lead 7-0 (St#25 convert kick).

The Spartans, however, responded immediately on the ensuing drive by moving 56 yards in nine plays and getting a first down at the Stallions 25-yd line but two plays later a pass attempt by St-Laurent was intercepted by St#2 and the scoring threat was extinguished.

After forcing Stallions to punt, Spartans put together another good offensive drive, this time getting to the Stallions 20-yd line before Sp#84 kicked a field goal to make the score 7-3 at the start of the second quarter. However, Stallions immediately got those points back and more by using the same play sequence as their first scoring drive, this time finishing with a 61-yd catch-and-run TD by St#19 to increase their lead to 14-3.

After the Spartans punted, it looked certain that Stallions would add to their lead when they got a first down at the St-Laurent 11-yd line after moving 65 yards in seven plays, but this time they came away empty handed when a pass in to the end zone was intercepted by a Spartans defender, keeping the score 14-3 until the half time break.

Stallions kicked off at the start of the 2nd half and they surprised the Spartans with a short kick that was recovered by St#12, who ran all the way to the 1-yd line before being tackled. It was then up to St#22 to finish the job with a TD on a 1-yd carry to increase St-Lazare's lead to 20-3 (convert kick failed). Once again the Spartans tried to respond and got as close as the 14-yd line when they decided to try a field goal. The kick went wide left and Stallions were able to run the ball out of the end zone to preserve their 20-3 advantage.
However, on the ensuing possession they got backed up near their own end zone because of penalties and they chose to concede a safety to make the score 20-5.

The defensive accomplishment seemed to inspire the Spartans and they responded with a quick touchdown on a 4-yd QB scramble to make the score 20-11 at the end of the 3rd quarter. But, the Stallions answered that challenge right away with a 7-play, 70-yd scoring drive that finished with St#22 getting into the end zone with an 11-yd run and increased their lead to 27-11.

The Spartans tried to claw their way back into the game and got as close as the Stallions 24-yd line on the ensuing drive but once again they came away with nothing when St#1 stopped their advance with an interception. St-Laurent got two more points when Stallions conceded another safety but that was as close as they would get.

With 2:21 left to play, Spartans got the ball back and once again tried to mount a comeback but St#1 put an end to it again with another interception. Stallions offense then went out on the field and faced a 3rd down and 11 yards to go at the Spartans 51-yd line but instead of punting they went for it, handed the ball off to St#22 who swept to the outside and managed to get to the first down marker. Some Spartans players obviously felt frustrated and pushing and shoving started, some spectators ran on the field and a big melée ensued. The police had to be called and five squad cars showed up with lights flashing and sirens blaring and in the end order was restored. The only question is whether any players would face any disciplinary action from the league.

St#22 stood out on offense with 125 yards gained on 18 carries and two TDs. On defense, St#1 and St#2 stood out with two and one interception respectively. St#21, St#19, St#24 and St#99 led the defense with the most tackles.


Quelques photos prises au cours de la 1re demi du match
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Some pictures taken during the 1st half of the game
(64 photos)

Parc St-Laurent, St-Laurent, QC
QMFL, Jack Simpson Cup playoffs, 4 Nov. 20174:00 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, St#1 28-yd catch (St#25 convert kick) 1:02
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
St-Laurent Spartans - FG, Sp#84 27-yd 1:00
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, St#19 61-yd catch (St#25 convert kick) 2:46
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, St#22 1-td run (convert kick failed) 0:47
St-Laurent Spartans - Safety, conceded by St#2 10:14
St-Laurent Spartans - TD, Sp#4 2-yd run (2-pt convert pass attempt failed) 11:17
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, St#22 11-yd run (St#25 convert kick) 4:17
St-Laurent Spartans - Safety, conceded by St#2 9:39

St-Lazare Stallions
 
7
7
6
7

27
St-Laurent Spartans
 
0
3
8
2

13

Attendance – approximately 50-60 people (+ 5 police cars)


(18 h 30) Collège Notre-Dame-de-Foy 8 vs Vanier College Cheetahs 12
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: Vanier College, St-Laurent, QC)

dimanche/Sunday 5 novembre, 2017


(10 h) Stallions moustique 8 @ Alexander Park Hurricanes 22
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: Alexander Park, Pierrefonds, QC)


(12 h) Stallions atôme 24 @ Chateauguay Raiders Silver 6
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: Parc Laberge, Chateauguay, QC)


(13 h) Sherbrooke Bulldogs 6 vs Stallions bantam 14
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)


Les séries éliminatoires s'entament. The playoffs are starting.

jeudi/Thursday 26 octobre, 2017


(16 h) É.S. Dorval-Jean-XXIII 8 vs É. S. Cité-des-Jeunes cadet 33
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: É. S. Cité-des-Jeunes, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC)


(18 h 30) É.S. Jean-Grou 14 vs É. S. Cité-des-Jeunes juvenile 13
(terrain/field: É. S. Cité-des-Jeunes, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC)


(19 h) Collège Ste-Anne 7 vs É. S. Chêne-Bleu cadet 28
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: Académie Ste-Anne, Lachine, QC)

vendredi/Friday 27 octobre, 2017


(16 h 30) Collège Bourget cadet 6 @ Collège Notre-Dame 23
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: Collège Notre-Dame, Montreal, QC)


(19 h) Collège Bourget juvenile 28 @ É. S. Dalbé-Viau 0
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: Collège Notre-Dame, Montreal, QC)

samedi/Saturday 28 octobre, 2017


(10 h) Sun Youth 20 vs Stallions atôme 40
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S. St-Lazare, QC)


(12 h) Sun Youth 6 vs Stallions moustique 18
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S. St-Lazare, QC)


(13 h) John Abbott College Islanders 45 @ CEGEP Édouard-Montpetit 3
(terrain/field: CEGEP Édouard-Montpetit, Longueuil, QC)


(14 h 30) Sunnybrooke 18 vs Stallions pee-wee 33
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S. St-Lazare, QC)


(19 h) CEGEP F.-X.-Garneau 17 vs Vanier College Cheetahs 31
(terrain/field: Vanier College, St-Laurent, QC)

dimanche/Sunday 29 octobre, 2017


(13 h) É.S. Nicolas-Gatineau 15 vs É. S. Chêne-Bleu juvenile 22
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: É. S. Chêne-Bleu, Pincourt, QC)

Il est difficile à croire, mais la saison de football 2017 s'achéve. Au football scolaire, les séries éliminatoires s'entament lorsque les équipes du football civil jouent les derniéres parties de la saison regulière. Il y a deux matchs trés importants cette semaine:
 
  1. au football collegiale, les Islanders du Cegep John Abbott, qui sont invaincus jusqu'à maintenant, vont acceuillir les Noir et Or du Cegep de Valleyfield dans une lutte pour le 1er rang au classement de la division 2. La partie aura lieu le samedi, 21 octobre à 13 heures
  2. au football junior, les Raiders de Chateauguay vont recevoir les Jr. Riders d'Ottawa pour determiner quelle équipe finira au 2e rang du classement et laquelle aura-t-elle l'avantage de jouer sur son propre terrain lors du match démi finale pour la Coupe Joe Pistilli. Le match aura lieu à l'école sécondaire L.-P.-Paré à Chateauguay le dimanche, 22 octobre. Le botté d'envoi est à 14 heures.
It's hard to believe but the 2017 football season is winding down. Playoffs are starting in high school football while civil football teams are playing their last games of the regular season. There are two very important games this week:

  1. in CEGEP football, the undefeated John Abbott Islanders will host the Valleyfield Noir et Or in a battle for first place in division 2. The game is on Saturday, Oct. 21 starting at 1 pm
  2. in junior football, the Chateauguay Raiders will host the Ottawa Jr. Riders to determine who will finish in 2nd place and have home field advantage in the championship semi finals for the Joe Pistilli Cup. The game takes place at L.-P.-Paré high school in Chateauguay on Sunday, Oct. 22. Kickoff is at 2 pm

jeudi/Thursday 19 octobre, 2017


(19 h) É.S. St-Laurent 41 vs É. S. Soulanges juvenile 19
(terrain/field: É. S. Soulanges, St-Polycarpe, QC)

vendredi/Friday 20 octobre, 2017


(15 h) É.S. Soulanges cadet - @ É. S. St-Laurent -
(abandon/forfeit)
(terrain/field: É. S. St-Laurent, St-Laurent, QC)


(16 h 30) É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes cadet 27 @ É. S. Chêne-Bleu cadet 20
(terrain/field: É. S. Chêne-Bleu, Pincourt, QC)


(19 h) Collège Bourget cadet 27 @ Collège Jean-Eudes 6
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: Collège Bois-des-Boulogne, Montreal, QC)


(19 h) É. S. Hormisdas-Gamelin 17 vs Collège Bourget juvenile 19
séries éliminatoires / playoffs
(terrain/field: Collège Bourget, Rigaud, QC)

samedi/Saturday 21 octobre, 2017


(9 h) Stallions atôme 6 @ Sunnybrooke 23
(terrain/field: Parc Glenn F. McHugh, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, QC)


(11 h) Stallions pee-wee 26 @ Sunnybrooke 14
(terrain/field: Parc Glenn F. McHugh, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, QC)


(13 h) Stallions moustique 22 @ Sunnybrooke 7
(terrain/field: Parc Glenn F. McHugh, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, QC)



(13 h) CEGEP Valleyfield Noir et Or 35 @ John Abbott College Islanders 33
(terrain/field: Memorial Field, John Abbott College, Ste-Anne-de-Belleveue, QC)

2017-10-21_JAC_Islanders_vs_Valleyfield_winning_kick.jpg
Le botté gagnant du match.
The game winning kick.

La traduction est en cours. Désolé.. The top two teams in division 2 of CEGEP football played for the #1 spot in the standings and a bye in the first week of the playoffs and they could not be any more different. The Valleyfield Noir et Or play the ball possession style of football, using many plays and steadily advancing towards the end zone, while the John Abbott Islanders are a “big play” team, either scoring points by running just a few plays or punting the ball away. In the end, the Noir et Or, even though they executed twice as many plays as the Islanders and had a 2:1 advantage in the time of possession, needed a 34-yd field goal with only 21 seconds left on the clock to win the game 35-33.

After Valleyfield punted on their first possession, the Islanders got the ball at their own 12-yd line and staying true to their character, executed a quick, 7-play, 98-yd drive that finished with I#21 scoring the first TD of the game to put the home team in front 6-0 (convert kick failed). The visitors, however, responded right away in their own style, putting together a 16-play, 108-yd drive that took almost seven minutes off the game clock, finishing with a 19-yd TD catch by V#32 to take a 7-6 lead (V#3 convert kick).

It looked like the spectators, who numbered close to 1000 people, would be treated to a good old fashioned football shootout but instead both teams then settled down and played a careful punting game. The only points that were scored came on Valleyfield punts with the Islanders conceding a safety on one punt return and a rouge on another to give the visitors a 10-6 lead at the half time break.

The tempo of the game picked up at the start of the second half as the Islanders scored a TD on a 32-yd catch by I#8 finishing off a rare long drive that took nine plays and went for 97 yards to retake the lead 13-7 (I#15 convert kick) but once again Valleyfield responded immediately. This time it was a nine-play, 73-yd drive that finished with a 10-yd TD run by V#32 and put the Noir et Or back in front 17-13 (V#3 convert kick). After that, it was back to the punting game just like in the first half.

Mid way through the 4th quarter, however, the scoring tempo picked up again and stayed that way until the end of the game as the two teams traded the lead back and forth. First, the Noir et Or increased their lead to 24-13 with a TD on a 35-yd catch by V#88 but the Islanders replied right back on the ensuing kickoff when I#88 picked up the ball at his own 25-yd line, found a seam through the Valleyfield defense and sprinted 85 yards to the end zone to narrow the gap to 24-19 (2-pt convert attempt failed). The Valleyfield offense then stayed on the field for only three plays because of a turnover caused by I#92 who recovered the ball after the Noir et Or QB got sacked and fumbled it at the Valleyfield 47-yd line. The Islanders offensive unit then quickly took advantage of the opportunity and needed just three plays to score a TD on a 12-yd catch by I#4 to go back in front 26-24 (I#88 convert kick).

The scoring frenzy then continued with Valleyfield getting into the end zone on a 7-yd run by their QB to take a 32-26 lead (2-pt convert catch by V#88) but the Islanders were not to be outdone and scored a TD on an 80-yd catch-and-run play by I#25 for a 33-32 lead with only 1:43 left to play in the game (I#15 convert kick). The Noir et Or offense then went on the field starting from their own 31-yd line and in six plays got a first down at the John Abbott 35-yd line with about 40 seconds left on the clock. After a short pass, an incompletion and a run, they were faced with a 4th down and two yards to go at the Islanders 27-yd line. V#3 then kicked the 34-yd field goal that sealed the victory and the first place in the standings for Valleyfield.


Résumé des statistiques du match entre les équipes des Islanders et des Noir et Or
Summary of statistics for the game between the Islanders and the Noir et Or
(55 k)


Quelques photos prises au cours du match
(220 photos)

Some pictures taken during the game
(220 photos)


Memorial Field, John Abbott College, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC
CEGEP, div. 2, 21 Oct. 2017, 1 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
John Abbott Islanders - TD, I#21 3-yd run (convert kick failed) 5:49
Valleyfield Noir et Or - TD, V#32 19-yd catch (V#3 convert kick) 12:38
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
Valleyfield Noir et Or - Safety, I#10 tackled in end zone on punt return 13:27
Valleyfield Noir et Or - Rouge, I#23 tackled in the end zone on punt return 15:00
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
John Abbott Islanders - TD, I#8 32-yd catch (I#15 convert kick) 3:08
Valleyfield Noir et Or - TD, V#32 10-yd run (V#3 convert kick) 6:34
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
Valleyfield Noir et Or - TD, V#88 35-yd catch (V#3 convert kick) 6:25
John Abbott Islanders - TD, I#8 85-yd kickoff return (2-pt convert attempt failed) 6:38
John Abbott Islanders - TD, I#4 12-yd catch (I#88 convert kick) 9:50
Valleyfield Noir et Or - TD, V#15 7-yd run (V#88 2-pt convert catch) 12:26
John Abbott Islanders - TD, I#25 80-yd catch (I#15 convert kick) 13:17
Valleyfield Noir et Or - FG, V#3 34-yd 14:39

Valleyfield Noir et Or
 
7
3
7
18

35
John Abbott Islanders
 
6
0
7
20

33

Attendance – approximately 900-1000


(19 h) CEGEP Limoilou 3 vs Vanier College Cheetahs 42
(terrain/field: Vanier College, St-Laurent, QC)

dimanche/Sunday 22 octobre, 2017


(13 h) Sun Youth Hornets 51 vs Stallions bantam 12
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)


vendredi/Friday 13 octobre, 2017


(16 h) É. S. Dalbé-Viau 32 vs Collège Bourget cadet 14
(terrain/field: Collège Bourget, Rigaud, QC)


(19 h) É.S. Dorval-Jean-XXIII 7 @ É. S. Soulanges cadet 0
(abandon/forfeit)
 (terrain/field: É. S. Soulanges, St-Polycarpe, QC)


(19 h) É. S. Chêne-Bleu cadet 26 @ Collège Ste-Anne 0
(terrain/field: Académie Ste-Anne, Lachine, QC)


(19 h) É. S. Chêne-Bleu juvenile 21 vs Collège Bourget juvenile 36
(terrain/field: Collège Bourget, Rigaud, QC)

samedi/Saturday 14 octobre, 2017


Joliette Pirates 0 vs Stallions moustique 6
(abandon/forfeit)
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)


(10 h) É.S. St-Laurent 0 vs É. S. Cité-des-Jeunes cadet 7
(abandon/forfeit)
(terrain/field: É. S. Cité-des-Jeunes, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC)


(11 h 30) Ile-Bizard Vikings vs Stallions atôme
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)


(13 h) É.S. Soulanges juvenile @ É. S. Cité-des-Jeunes juvenile
(terrain/field: É. S. Cité-des-Jeunes, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC)


(13 h) CEGEP de Sherbrooke 15 vs Valleyfield Noir-et-Or 31
(terrain/field: CEGEP Valleyfield, Valleyfield, QC)


(13 h) Vanier Cheetahs 31 @ CEGEP Montmorency 15
(terrain/field: CEGEP Montmorency, Laval, QC)


(13 h 30) Ile-Bizard Vikings vs Stallions pee-wee
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)



(16 h) Sun Youth Hornets 23 vs Stallions midget 7
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)

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La traduction est en cours. Désolé. (Apologies to all my gentle readers for the late posting of the report.)

It looked good for the Stallions in the first half. They were outplaying the Hornets, generating 150 yards of offense compared to 51 for Sun Youth, creating turnovers and winning the time of possession 15 minutes to 9. However, in the second half, while the Hornets were scoring points and generating 105 yards on offense, Stallions could only generate 68 yards, 49 of which came on one passing play in the dying minutes of the game.

Stallions went on offense first and had a promising drive going, gaining 34 yards in nine plays but they turned the ball over with a fumble at the Hornets 41-yd line. Fortunately, the mistake wasn't costly because the visitors had to punt on the ensuing drive. The first quarter ended without any points being scored.

However, that changed quickly early in the second quarter when Stallions went on offense from their own 30-yd line. After a penalty and a sack on the 1st down, Stallions were faced with a 2nd down and 27 yards to go. That's when Stallions QB threw a short pass to S#22 who caught it at the 25-yd line and then outran the Sun Youth defenders to score a 97-yd catch-and-run TD, which became the third longest passing play in the midget team's history. Unfortunately, right after that Stallions conceded a safety, making the score 7-2 at the half time break.

The start of the second looked similar to the first half, with the Hornets punting on their first possession and Stallions doing the same on their first drive. However, the turning point of the game happened on the punt by the Stallions when H#7 fielded the ball at mid field and wove his way through the Stallions players all the way to the end zone to give the visitors a 9-7 lead.

Stallions tried desperately to get back in front but each one of their three drives in the 4th quarter was cut short by an interception and the Hornets took advantage of the turnovers to score two touchdowns and make the final score 23-7.

On offense, S#22 stood out with 119 yards on four catches. On defense, S#99 contributed with a fumble recovery while S#19 gave the Stallions an extra opportunity to go on offense by gaining possession of the ball on a short kickoff. S#11 had an interception while S#24 led the team with the most tackles.



Quelques photos prises au cours de la partie
(141 photos)

Some pictures taken during the game
(141 photos)

Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC
QMFL, Bruno Heppell div., 14 Oct. 2017, 4:00 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
pas de pointage / no scoring
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#22 97-yd catch (S#25 convert kick) 3:30
Sun Youth Hornets - Safety, conceded by S#2 8:11
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
Sun Youth Hornets - TD, H#7 55-yd punt return (H#6 convert kick) 4:53
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
Sun Youth Hornets - TD, H#11 6-yd catch (H#6 convert kick) 3:33
Sun Youth Hornets - TD, H#6 5-yd catch (H#6 convert kick) 6:02

Sun Youth Hornets
 
0
2
7
14

23
St-Lazare Stallions
 
0
7
0
0

7

Attendance – approximately 50-60


(19 h 30) Stallions bantam 20 @ Greenfield Park Packers 14
(terrain/field: Parc Laporte, Greenfield Park, QC)

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Un reportage à suivre. Game report to follow.

Parc Laporte, Greenfield Park, QC
QBFL, Bill Allan div., 14 Oct. 2017 7:30 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
pas de pointage / no scoring
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#80 11-yd catch (S#80 2-pt convert catch) 2:27
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#2 1-yd run (2-pt convert attempt failed) 6:44
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
Greenfield Park Packers - TD, P#29 7-yd run (convert kick failed) 3:00
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#55 1-yd run (2-pt convert attempt failed) 10:58
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
Greenfield Park Packers - TD, P#25 2-yd run (P#83 2-pt convert catch) 2:47

St-Lazare Stallions
 
0
14
6
0

20
Greenfield Park Packers
 
0
0
6
8

14

Attendance – approximately 80-100


jeudi/Thursday 5 octobre, 2017


(14 h) Collège Bourget cadet 7 @ Loyola H.S. 15
(terrain/field: Concordia Stadium, N.D.G, QC)


(16 h) É.S. Dorval-Jean-XXIII 27 @ É. S. Soulanges jouvenile 21
(terrain/field: É. S. Soulanges, St-Polycarpe, QC)


(18 h 30) Lower Canada College 16 vs É. S. Cité-des-Jeunes juvenile 7
(terrain/field: É. S. Cité-des-Jeunes, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC)


(19 h 30) É.S. Soulanges cadet 0 @ É. S. Chêne-Bleu cadet 7
(abandon / forfeit)
(terrain/field: É. S. Chêne-Bleu, Pincourt, QC)

vendredi/Friday 6 octobre, 2017


(15 h) É. S. Chêne-Bleu juvenile 0 @ Selwyn House 23
(terrain/field: Westmount Athletic Field, Westmount, QC)


(20 h) Stallions midget 7 @ St-Leonard Cougars 35
(terrain/field: Stade Hébert, St-Leonard, QC)

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La traduction est en cours. Désolé. The game was over in the first half as the 21 players who played for St-Lazare were no match for the 35 players on the St-Leonard team.

Both offenses had the ball six times but the biggest difference between the two teams was that the Stallions went three-and-out on five of their drives and punted the ball away each time while the Cougars scored TDs on four of their six offensive series.

St-Leonard controlled the game with their strong run attack, being able to gain yards almost at will when they needed them. On defense, S#13 stood out with an interception while S#99 recovered a fumble. S#22 ans S#19 led with the most tackles.

Stade Hebert, St-Leonard, QC
QMFL, Bruno Heppell div., 6 Oct. 2017, 8:00 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
St-Leonard Cougars - TD, C#31 1-yd run (convert kick failed) 4:03
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
St-Leonard Cougars - TD, C#4 48-yd catch (C#4 convert kick) 0:27
St-Leonard Cougars - TD, C#28 1-yd run (C#4 convert kick) 9:45
St-Leonard Cougars - TD, C#3 23-yd catch (C#4 convert kick) 11:06
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
St-Leonard Cougars - Rouge, C#4 3:59
St-Leonard Cougars - TD, C#27 31-yd run (C#4 convert kick) 11:20
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#22 36-yd catch (S#25 convert kick) 3:00

St-Lazare Stallions
 
0
0
0
7

7
St-Leonard Cougars
 
6
21
8
0

35

Attendance – approximately 100-120

samedi/Saturday 7 octobre, 2017


(11 h 30) St-Laurent Spartans 0 vs Stallions atôme 42
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)


(13 h) John Abbott College Islanders 31 @ CEGEP de Sherbrooke 11
(terrain/field: Parc Sylvie-Daigle, Sherbrooke, QC)


(13 h 30) St-Laurent Spartans 0 vs Stallions pee-wee 45
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)



(16 h) Sherbrooke Bulldogs 21 vs Stallions bantam 32
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)

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La traduction est en cours. Désolé. It took them one half of the game, but the bantam Stallions finally got their offense going, scoring five touchdowns and earning their first win of the season.

Stallions got off to a great start, first forcing the visitors to punt the ball on the first offensive series of the game, and then needing just four plays to go 72 yards to score a TD on a 57-yd catch by S#80 and take an early 6-0 lead (2-pt convert attempt failed). However, they could not do much more after that and their next three offensive drives finished with a turnover.

The first turnover, a fumble at their own 14-yd line, proved to be costly because the Bulldogs took advantage of the opportunity to score a touchdown on an 11-yd catch by B#81 to take a 7-6 lead (B#81 also kicked the convert). The Stallions gave the spectators a taste of things to come on their last drive before the half time break when they moved 39 yards in 13 plays and got close to the red zone but they came away empty handed as time ran out in the first half.

A much different Stallions team took to the field in the second half. Instead of relying on the passing game, Stallions kept the ball on the ground, handing the ball off to three different running backs, and it paid off right away. On their first drive after play resumed, they used five runs to move 56 yards, finishing with a 2-yd TD run by the QB, to take a 12-7 lead. The Bulldogs responded with a TD on their next possession to go back in front 14-12, thanks to a 79-yd kickoff return by B#84 and a 3-yd catch by B#81.

The turning point of the game happened at the end of the 3rd quarter when Stallions were on offense again and after gaining a first down just 21 yards from the end zone, they lost five yards on the next three plays and were faced with a 4th down and 15 yards to go. Instead of punting, however, they went for it and threw a pass to S#80, who caught it at the goal line and walked into the end zone to put the home team in front for good 18-14. They then went right back on offense after S#46 recovered a Bulldogs fumble and four plays later S#26 scored a TD on an 11-yd run to increase the lead to 24-14.

Once again, however, the Bulldogs answered the challenge and scored a TD on the ensuing possession to narrow the gap to 24-21 with less than five minutes left to play in the game. The response from the Stallions, though, was an 88-yd drive that used more than four minutes of playing time, using one pass play and eight running plays and ending with a 21-yd TD run by S#44 that made the final score 32-21 (2-pt convert catch by S#25).

S#80 stood out on offense with four catches for 113 yards while on defense, the players who stood out were S#50 and S#56 with one INT each and S#46 with a fumble recovery.



Quelques photos prises au cours de la partie
(121 photos)

Some pictures taken during the game
(121 photos)

Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC
QBFL, Bill Allan div., 7 Oct. 2017 4:00 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S$80 57-yd catch (2-pt convert attempt failed) 4:45
Sherbrooke Bulldogs - TD, B#81 11-yd catch (B#81 convert kick) 11:00
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
pas de pointage / no scoring
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#2 2-yd run (2-pt convert attempt failed) 2:42
Sherbrooke Bulldogs - TD, B#81 3-yd catch (B#81 convert kick) 4:12
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#80 26-yd catch (2-pt convert attempt failed) 11:40
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#26 21-yd run (2-pt convert attempt failed) 2:43
Sherbrooke Bulldogs - TD, B#81 16-yd catch (B#81 convert kick) 7:16
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#44 21-yd run (S#25 2-pt convert catch) 11:16

Sherbrooke Bulldogs
 
7
0
7
7

21
St-Lazare Stallions
 
6
0
12
14

32

Attendance – approximately 100-120


(19 h 30) Valleyfield Noir-et-Or 29 @ CEGEP de Trois-Rivières 31
(terrain/field: Stade Diablos, Trois-Rivières, QC)

dimanche/Sunday 8 octobre, 2017


(13 h) Collège Bourget juvenile 24 @ É. S. Nicolas-Gatineau 14
(terrain/field: É. S. Nicolas-Gatineau, Gatineau, QC)




mercredi/Wednesday 27 septembre, 2017


(16 h) É. S. Soulanges juvenile 7 @ É.S. L.-J.-Papineau 26
(terrain/field: Parc Villeray, Montreal, QC)

jeudi/Thursday 28 septembre, 2017


(17 h) É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes cadet 7 @ É. S. Soulanges cadet 0
(forfeit/abandon)
(terrain/field: É. S. Soulanges, St-Polycarpe, QC)

vendredi/Friday 29 septembre, 2017


(16 h 30) É. S. Chêne-Bleu cadet 27 @ É. S. Dorval-Jean-XXIII 14
(terrain/field: É. S. Dorval-Jean-XXIII, Dorval, QC)


(17 h) É. S. Cité-des-Jeunes juvenile 7 @ É.S. Henri-Bourassa 20
(terrain/field: Collège St-Jean-Vianney, Montreal, QC)


(19 h) Collège Bourget cadet 24 @ Collège Jean-Eudes 35
(terrain/field: Collège de Bois-de-Boulogne, Montreal, QC)


(19 h) É. S. Hormidas-Gamelin 20 vs Collège Bourget juvenile 26
(terrain/field: Collège Bourget, Rigaud, QC)

samedi/Saturday 30 septembre, 2017


(9 h 30) Stallions atôme 22 @ Chateauguay Raiders Silver 25
(terrain/field: Parc Laberge, Chateauguay, QC)


(13 h 30) Stallions moustique 36 @ Chateauguay Raiders 6
(terrain/field: Parc Laberge, Chateauguay, QC)


(16 h) Stallions pee-wee 0 @ Chateauguay Raiders 54
(terrain/field: Parc Laberge, Chateauguay, QC)


(19 h 30) Vanier Cheetahs 38 @ CEGEP André-Grasset 30
(terrain/field: Centre Claude-Robillard, Montreal, QC)


(19 h 30) CEGEP Lionel-Groulx 26 vs John Abbott College Islanders 36
(terrain/field: Memorial Field, John Abbott College, Ste-Anne-de-Belleveue, QC)


(19 h 30) CEGEP Édouard-Montpetit 28 vs Valleyfield Noir-et-Or 52
(terrain/field: CEGEP Valleyfield, Valleyfield, QC)


(20 h) Stallions midget 0 @ L-L Wildcats 22
(terrain/field: Parc Ducharme, Ste-Thérèse, QC)

dimanche/Sunday 1 octobre, 2017


(15 h) É. S. Chêne-Bleu juvenile 16 @ É. S. Nicolas-Gatineau 14
(terrain/field: É. S. Nicolas-Gatineau, Gatineau, QC)


(15 h) Stallions bantam 6 @ St-Bruno Barons 29
(terrain/field: Parc Rabastalière, St-Bruno, QC)

mercredi/Wednesday 20 septembre, 2017


(14 h) É. S. Soulanges juvenile 13 @ Lower Canada College 38
(terrain/field: Lower Canada College, Notre-Dame-de-Grace, QC)


(18 h 30) É. S. Cité-des-Jeunes juvenile 35 @ Lindsay Place H.S. 24
(terrain/field: Parc Terra-Cotta, Pointe-Claire, QC)

jeudi/Thursday 21 septembre, 2017


(16 h 30) É. S. Chêne-Bleu cadet 56 @ É. S. St-Laurent 6
(terrain/field: É. S. St-Laurent, St-Laurent, QC)

vendredi/Friday 22 septembre, 2017


(16 h 30) É. S. Soulanges cadet 0 @ Collège Ste-Anne 7 (forfeit/abandon)
(terrain/field: Académie Sainte-Anne, Dorval, QC)


(16 h 30) Collège St-Jean-Vianney 0 vs Collège Bourget cadet 35
(terrain/field: Collège Bourget, Rigaud, QC)


(19 h 30) Collège Bourget 30 @ É. S. Chêne-Bleu juvenile 6
(terrain/field: É. S. Chêne-Bleu, Pincourt, QC)



(20 h) Stallions bantam 6 @ North Shore Lions 42
(terrain/field: Riverdale H.S., Pierrefonds, QC)

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La traduction est en cours. Désolé. The 2017 edition of the North Shore Lions are not the same caliber of football team that we've come to expect. After all, they have already lost two games, one to Lasalle and one to Sun Youth, but the 45 players that they have on their roster had no trouble at all winning over the 21 players that were dressed for the Stallions.

The Lions offense was on the field eight times during the game and they scored a touchdown on six of those occasions. After Stallions went three-and-out on the game's opening drive, the Lions responded with a touchdown on their first possession to take an early 7-0 lead. On the ensuing drive, though, Stallions put together a very promising 15-play drive where they converted on a 4th and 11 yards to go with a 27-yd catch by S#25 and got a first down at the Lions 11-yd line. However, they got pushed back nine yards on the next three plays and on the 4th down play the pass attempt to S#25 at the goal line was incomplete and they turned the ball over on downs.

After the Lions responded with a 12-play, 50-yd drive but only managed to add one point to their lead when S#46 was tackled in the end zone on a punt return, it looked like Stallions might keep the game close. Unfortunately, the Lions ended up getting the ball back with less than four minutes left to play in the first half but they were still able to score three more TDs to make the score 29-0 at the half time break.

With the clock running for most of the second half, neither team had many scoring opportunities but the Lions did increase their lead to 36-0 in the 3rd quarter before Stallions finally managed to score some points thanks to a 9-play, 64-yd drive that finished with a TD on a 32-yd catch-and-run by S#25. The joy did not last long, however, because L#57 got those points right back for the Lions when he returned the ensuing kickoff 65 yards to make the final score 42-6.

S#10, S#25 and S#44 stood out on defense for the Stallions by making the most tackles.

Riverdale H.S., Pierrefonds, QC
QBFL, Bill Allan div., 22 Sep. 2017, 8:00 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
North Shore Lions - TD, L#23 8-yd run (L#79 convert kick) 4:05
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
North Shore Lions - Rouge, L#99 6:08
North Shore Lions - TD, L#22 16-yd run (L#79 convert kick) 8:25
North Shore Lions - TD, L#30 2-yd run (L#79 convert kick) 11:08
North Shore Lions - TD, L#84 58-yd catch (L#79 convert kick) 12:00
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
North Shore Lions - TD, L#33 6-yd run (convert kick failed) 5:44
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#25 32-yd catch (2-pt convert pass attempt failed) 2:00
North Shore Lions - TD, L#57 65-yd kickoff return (L#79 convert kick) 6:00

St-Lazare Stallions
 
0
0
0
6

6
North Shore Lions
 
7
22
6
7

42

Attendance – approximately 140-160

samedi/Saturday 23 septembre, 2017



(11 h) Lasalle Warriors 20 vs Stallions atôme 12
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)


(13 h) Lasalle Warriors 15 vs Stallions moustique 6
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)


(13 h) É. S. Dorval-Jean-XXIII 12 vs É. S. Cité-des-Jeunes cadet 46
(terrain/field: É. S. Cité-des-Jeunes, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC)


(13 h) CEGEP Trois-Rivières 11 vs John Abbott College Islanders 47
(terrain/field: Memorial Field, John Abbott College, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC)


(15 h) Lasalle Warriors 52 vs Stallions pee-wee 0
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)



(18 h) St-Laurent Spartans 21 vs Stallions midget 18
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)

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Les Spartans on tenté très fort à perdre le match, mais les Stallions les avaient empeché de le faire.
La traduction est en cours. Désolé.
The Spartans tried very hard to lose the game but Stallions just would not let them do it.Here is how it all went down.

Even though they briefly fell behind, the Spartans pretty much controlled the game in the first half and seemed on the way to a well deserved victory. However, they ran out of gas in the second half and started to make mistakes, but Stallions could not take advantage of them and they held on for a narrow 21-18 win that was determined by TD converts. In a complete departure from the past, the Spartans, who rarely have a kicker worthy of the position, managed to convert all of their three touchdowns with ease while Stallions could not get any extra points from the three TDs that they scored.

Stallions went three-and-out on the opening drive of the game and gave the ball to the Spartans near mid field. The visitors then needed just two runs and two passes to go 63 yards and take a 7-0 lead on a 39-yd catch-and-run play by Sp#14 (Sp#35 convert kick). After another three-and-out, Stallions got the ball again near the end of the first quarter at their own 7-yd line and again they only executed three plays but the last one was a TD on an 86-yd catch-and-run play by St#19 to make the score 7-6 (convert kick blocked).

The offense then went right back on the field from the Spartans 50-yd line after St#1 intercepted a pass and they needed just five plays to score another TD on a 12-yd run by St#3 to go in front 12-7 (convert kick failed). The Spartans replied immediately, however, with a TD to retake the lead by a 14-12 margin.

When Stallions turned the ball over on the ensuing possession it proved to be costly because the Spartans offense took advantage of it to score the points that would prove to be the winning margin with another TD and increase their lead to 21-12 at the half time break.

With only 21 players on the Stallions' roster and 23 players on St-Laurent' combined with the hot and humid playing conditions it was expected that the pace of play would slow down in the second half, but it was much more evident with the Spartans than with the Stallions. St-Laurent players started to drop easy passes and turn the ball over.

At the start of the 4th quarter St#4 recovered a Spartans fumble at the Stallions 44-yd line. The offense then needed only six plays to get into the end zone on a 2-yd run by St#22 to make the score 21-18 with 8:14 left to play in the game (2-pt convert attempt failed). It looked like it was just a matter of time before the home team would score the winning TD. However, after forcing the Spartans to go three-and-out, the offense went back on the field and they got as close as the 18-yd line but eventually they turned the ball over on downs with only 1:26 left to play in the game.

Common wisdom would have dictated that the Spartans would keep the ball on the ground and try to run out the clock. They did that on their first two plays but on a third down and seven yards to go, something possessed them to throw a lazy pass that was easily intercepted by St#13 at the Spartans 49-yd line with 46 seconds still on the clock. There was plenty of time to run at least six or seven plays. Unfortunately, Stallions ended up throwing four incomplete passes in a row, using up less than half of the time they had available, and they turned the ball over back to the Spartans, who finished the game with three kneel downs.

St#1 and St#13 stood out on defense with one INT each while St#4 and St#19 each recovered a fumble. St#19 and St#22 led with the most tackles.


Quelques photos prises au cours de la 1re démi du match
(62 photos)

Some pictures taken during the 1st half of the game
(62 photos)


Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC
QMFL, Bruno Heppell div., 23 Sep. 2017 6:00 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
St-Laurent Spartans - TD, Sp#14 32-yd catch (Sp#35 convert kick) 4:03
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, St#19 80-yd catch (convert kick failed) 10:02
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, St#3 12-yd run (convert kick failed) 1:18
St-Laurent Spartans - TD, Sp#26 3-yd run (Sp#35 convert kick) 5:10
St-Laurent Spartans - TD, Sp#35 2-yd catch (Sp#35 convert kick) 11:19
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
pas de pointage / no scoring
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, St#22 2-yd run (2-pt convert attempt failed) 3:46

St-Laurent Spartans
 
7
14
0
0

21
St-Lazare Stallions
 
6
6
0
6

18

Attendance – approximately 120-140


(19 h 30) CEGEP Vieux-Montreal 7 vs Vanier Cheetahs 39
(terrain/field: Vanier College, St-Laurent, QC)


(19 h 30) CEGEP Beauce-Appalaches 3 vs Valleyfield Noir-et-Or 65
(terrain/field: Cegep de Valleyfield, Valleyfield, QC)


jeudi/Thursday 14 septembre, 2017


(19 h) É. S. Soulanges cadet 20 @ Dorval-Jean-XXIII 42
(terrain/field: Académie Sainte-Anne, Dorval, QC)


(19 h) Collège Ste-Anne 31 vs É. S. Chêne-Bleu cadet 16
(terrain/field: É. S. Chêne-Bleu, Pincourt, QC)

vendredi/Friday 15 septembre, 2017


(16 h) É. S. Cité-des-Jeunes cadet 40 @ É. S. St-Laurent 0
(terrain/field: É. S. St-Laurent, St-Laurent, QC)


(19 h) É. S. Henri-Bourassa 34 vs É. S. Soulanges juvenile 19
(terrain/field: É. S. Soulanges, St-Polycarpe, QC)


(19 h 30) Selwyn House 21 vs É. S. Chêne-Bleu juvenile 14
(terrain/field: É. S. Chêne-Bleu, Pincourt, QC)



(20 h) Stallions bantam 20 @ Chateauguay Raiders 40
(terrain/field: Parc Laberge, Chateauguay, QC)

 
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La traduction est en cours. Désolé. One of the fundamental laws of physics, confirmed by Albert Einstein's General Theory of Relativity, is that in football, the team that commits fewer turnovers wins the game most of the times. This match between the Stallions and the Raiders was an empirical confirmation of that law. While Chateauguay turned the ball over only two times, Stallions did it six times and they ended up on the short end of the 40-20 decision.

Stallions went on offense first but after executing six plays they fumbled the ball and R#20 recovered it, giving the home team a first down at the Stallions 50-yd line. The Raiders then needed just five plays to score a touchdown to take an early 7-0 lead. Fittingly, it was scored by the same R#20 who caused the turnover that put the Chateauguay offense on the field. Since both teams only had about two dozens players dressed for the game, most of them got to play on both sides of the ball.

Stallions, however, responded immediately with a 6-play, 58-yd drive of their own to score a TD on a 2-yd run by their QB to make it 7-6 (convert kick no good). The Raiders were not to be outdone and they answered with a 12-play, 77-yd drive finished with their QB sneaking into the end zone to make the score 14-6.

This entertaining tit-for-tat game continued with the Stallions scoring a TD on the ensuing possession and finishing it with a 2-pt convert catch to make the score even at 14-14. Predictably, the Raiders were not to be outdone and they responded with a TD on their next possession to take a 22-14 lead at the half time break.

Neither team could mount any scoring threat in the 3rd quarter. With 9:37 left to play in the game, the Raiders took advantage of a Stallions turnover and executed another 77-yd drive that finished with R#20 scoring his third TD of the game, this time on a 26-yd slalom through the Stallions defense, to increase their lead to 28-14. After recovering the ball on the ensuing kickoff, the Raiders needed just two plays to score another TD, this time on a 25-yd run by R#7 to make the score 34-14.

Stallions went back on offense with 1:57 left on the clock and they gave their fans a faint hope of pulling out a miracle when they scored a touchdown on a 6-yd catch by S#25 to make the score 34-20 and then recovered the ball on the kickoff, but they quickly turned it over on an interception by R#7 who then ran it back 70 yards for a pick-six TD to make the final score 40-20.

S#25, S#44 and S#80 made the biggest contributions to the offensive effort while on defense, the players who stood out were S#25 with a fumble recovery and S#29 with an interception. S#46 and S#50 led with the most tackles.

Parc Laberge, Chateauguay, QC
QBFL, Bill Allan div., 15 Sep. 2017 8:00 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
Chateauguay Raiders - TD, R#20 8-yd run (R#21 convert kick) 5:38
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#2 2-yd run (convert kick failed) 8:23
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
Chateauguay Raiders - TD, R#16 1-yd run (R#21 convert kick) 2:43
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#25 20-yd catch (2-pt convert catch) 4:37
Chateauguay Raiders - TD, R#20 14-yd run (R#11 2-pt convert catch) 9:34
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
pas de pointage / no scoring
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
Chateauguay Raiders - TD, R#20 26-yd run (convert kick failed) 8:43
Chateauguay Raiders - TD, R#7 25-yd run (convert kick failed) 10:02
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#25 6-yd catch (2-pt convert attempt failed) 11:30
Chateauguay Raiders - TD, R#7 70-yd INT return (convert kick not attempted) 11:49

St-Lazare Stallions
 
6
8
0
6

20
Chateauguay Raiders
 
7
15
0
18

40

Attendance – approximately 120-140

samedi/Saturday 16 septembre, 2017


(9 h) Stallions atôme 30 @ St-Leonard Cougars 12
(terrain/field: Parc Hébert, St-Leonard, QC)


(11 h 30) Stallions moustique 38 @ St-Leonard Cougars 0
(terrain/field: Parc Hébert, St-Leonard, QC)


(13 h) É. S. L.-J.-Papineau 14 vs É. S. Cité-des-Jeunes juvenile 27
(terrain/field: É. S. Cité-des-Jeunes, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC)


(13 h 30) Stallions pee-wee 21 @ St-Leonard Cougars 40
(terrain/field: Parc Hébert, St-Leonard, QC)


(13 h) Vanier Cheetahs 30 @ CEGEP Lévis-Lauzon 58
(terrain/field: CEGEP Lévis-Lauzon, Lévis, QC)


(19 h) Valleyfield Noir-et-Or 48 @ CEGEP d'Outaouais 28
(terrain/field: Complexe Sportif Mont-Bleu, Gatineau, QC)


(19 h 30) John Abbott College Islanders 53 @ CEGEP Beauce-Appalaches 14
(terrain/field: Parc de la Cité-Étudiante, St-Georges-de-Beauce, QC)

dimanche/Sunday 17 septembre, 2017


(13 h) Collège Notre-Dame 16 vs Collège Bourget cadet 13
(terrain/field: Collège Bourget, Rigaud, QC)



(14 h) Stallions midget 6 @ Chateauguay Raiders 13
(terrain/field: Parc Laberge, Chateauguay, QC)
 
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La traduction est en cours. Désolé. Football karma is real. In the game four weeks ago between the Stallions bantam team and the St-Laurent Spartans, there was a play in the first quarter where the Spartans QB threw a long pass to a receiver wearing the #1 jersey that looked like it was going to be intercepted. Instead, the ball bounced off the Stallions defender and was caught by the St-Laurent receiver who then scored a TD.

In this game between the Stallions midget team and the Chateauguay Raiders it was the Stallions who were throwing a long pass to a receiver wearing the #1 jersey and it looked certain that it was going to be intercepted by a Raiders defender. Instead, the ball passed right through his hands and was caught by the Stallions receiver, who simply strolled into the end zone to score a TD. Unfortunately, it was too little too late as it came with only 35 seconds left to play on the clock with the Stallions trailing the Raiders 13-0 at that time. Stallions tried an onside kick but a Stallions player touched the ball before it traveled the required minimum 10 yards and the Raiders got the ball and were able to run out the clock to win the rematch of last year's Jack Simpson Cup championship game.

Other than the lucky break on their last drive, Stallions offense was able to generate a credible scoring threat on only one of their previous seven possessions. On their second series of the game, which came right after the defense forced a Raiders turnover on downs just 11 yards from the end zone, they moved 85 yards in 12 plays all the way to the Raiders 16-yd line but they came away empty-handed when the QB tried to throw the ball away under pressure from the Chateauguay defense and had the pass intercepted by R#55 who then ran 75 yards the other way to put the home team ahead 7-0 (R#91 convert kick). The score would hold up until the half time break.

The Raiders went on offense first from their own 41-yd line at the start of the second half and in just three plays they got a first down only 11 yards outside the end zone, but it then took them five more plays before R#15 finally scored a TD on a 1-yd plunge to increase the home team's lead to 13-0.

After that, it seemed that both teams ran out of steam and neither could mount any offensive threat until the Stallions' last possession starting at their own 39-yd line with 4:09 left to play. They advanced quickly near mid field, but after a penalty and a sack they were faced with a 4th down and 14 yards to go at their own 47-yd line. That's when the football gods smiled upon them and helped them score a touchdown to make the game interesting, not to mention bringing back memories of some of the exciting comeback wins from last year.

S#1 stood out on offense as well as defense. In the first category it was for his five catches for 129 yards and the memorable TD whereas on defense it was for making an interception. S#99 had a sack while S#22 led with the most tackles.
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Quelques photos prises au cours du match
(172 photos)

Some pictures taken during the game
(172 pictures)

Parc Laberge, Chateauguay, QC
QMFL, Bruno Heppell div., 17 Sep. 2017 2:00 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
pas de pointage / no scoring
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
Chateauguay Raiders - TD, R#55 75-yd INT return (R#91 convert kick) 4:27
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
Chateauguay Raiders - TD, R#15 1-yd run (convert kick failed) 4:35
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#1 63-yd catch (convert kick failed) 11:25

St-Lazare Stallions
 
0
0
0
6

6
Chateauguay Raiders
 
0
7
6
0

13

Attendance – approximately 120-140


(16 h) É. S. Nicolas-Gatineau 28 vs Collège Bourget juvenile 37
(terrain/field: Collège Bourget, Rigaud, QC)


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