October 2014 Archives

Vendredi/Friday 31 Octobre, 2014

(14 h) É.S. St-Laurent 23 vs É.S. Soulanges Juvenile 45
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: É.S. Soulanges, St-Polycarpe, QC)

(17 h) É.S. Chêne-Bleu Cadet 0 vs É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes Cadet 45
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC)

(19 h) É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes Juvenile 27 @ Collège Letendre 42
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: Collège Letendre, Laval, QC)

(19 h) É.S. Henri-Bourassa 2 vs Collège Bourget Cadet 21
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: Collège Bourget, Rigaud, QC)

Samedi/Saturday 1 Novembre, 2014

(9 h) Stallions Pee-wee 6 @ Chateauguay 55
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: Parc Laberge, Chateauguay, QC)

(12 h 30) Stallions Moustique Bourgogne 6 @ Chateauguay 56
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: Parc Laberge, Chateauguay, QC)

(13 h) University of Ottawa 46 @ University of Windsor 29
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: University of Windsor, Windsor, ON)

Comme d'habitude, ce match sera diffusé par l'internet sur le site web stretchinternet.com.
Un reportage preparatif sur la partie est disponible ici.
As usual, the game will be broadcast via the internet at the stretchinternet.com website. A pre-game analysis of this match-up can be found here.



(13 h) CEGEP Beauce-Appalaches 26 vs JAC Islanders 30
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: Memorial Field, John Abbott College, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC)

La traduction est en cours. Désolé. Perhaps it was the pressure of playing a playoff game in front of a large home crowd but the John Abbott Islanders appeared to be in trouble in the first half of the game as they were completely dominated by the Beauce-Appalaches Condors, who had improved a lot compared to the first game of the season when these two teams played against each other and the Islanders earned an easy 42-30 victory.
The home team had managed only 106 yards of net offense during the first two quarters, compared to 214 for the Condors, they had ran only 25 plays vs 38 for the visitors and they were also at a 1:2 disadvantage in the time of possession statistics.

The Condors scored points on three of their first five drives to build an 11-0 lead midway through the 2nd quarter when the Islanders finally appeared poised to score some points with a first down at the Beauce 1-yd line. Unfortunately, the ball popped loose as
Jeremy Pryde tried to leap over the Beauce d-line and the Condors recovered it. Islanders defense, however, held firm after that and they forced the visitors to concede a safety to make the score 11-2. On the ensuing drive, though, the Islanders had to punt and the Condors quicky turned around and in two plays increased their lead to 18-2 with a 49-yd TD run by their QB.

But, as it did in several other games this season, the half time break seemed to do wonders for the Islanders and they looked like a completely different team at the start of the 2nd half. They scored a touchdown on their first two possessions to narrow the gap to 19-14 (2-pt convert attempts after each TD failed while Beauce got a single), the first on a 1-yd run by Pryde and the other on a 17-yd catch by
Raoul Baroudi. A few minutes later they got within a field goal when Beauce conceded another safety to make the score 19-16.

The Islanders took the lead for the first time in the game at the start of the 4th quarter when they put together a 6-play, 60-yd drive that finished with a 1-yd TD plunge by Pryde to make the score 23-19 for the home team (John Molson convert kick). After each team punted, Beauce then went back in front 26-23 midway through the 4th quarter on a 6-yd TD run by
David Savard (Gabriel Séguin-Allard convert kick).

The Islanders, however, left their best for last and on the ensuing possession put together a 10-play, 90-yd drive that consumed almost five minutes of playing time and finished with a 27-yd slalom by Quaid Johnson through the Beauce defense to give them the 30-26 advantage that they would not surrender. Beauce still got the ball with 2:27 left on the clock and they used all of it to get to the John Abbott 18-yd line before throwing an incomplete pass into the end zone on the last play of the game that had most of the large contingent of local supporters spilling out onto the field to congratulate their favorite team. This was the first playoff win for the Islanders since the 20-15 upset over the heavily favorite Sherbrooke Volontaires in 2006. 

The Islanders will now face the Collége André-Grasset Phénix in the division 2 Bol d'Or semi-final game that will take place on Saturday, Nov. 8 starting at 1 pm at the Phénix home field near the Centre Claude-Robillard.


Résumé des statistiques du match entre les équipes collégiales de Beauce et de John Abbott
Summary of statistics for the game between the Beauce and John Abbott CEGEP teams
(PDF 53 k)


Quelques photos prises au cours du match
(238 photos avec des légendes)

Some pictures taken during the game
(238 photos with captions)



Memorial Field, John Abbott College, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC
CEGEP, div. 2 playoffs, 1 Nov. 2014, 1 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
Beauce Condors - Rouge, Gabriel Séguin-Allard 2:42
Beauce Condors - FG, Gabriel Séguin-Allard 22-yd 9:35
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
Beauce Condors - TD, Jacob Vachon 24-yd catch (Gabriel Séguin-Allard convert kick) 3:29
JAC Islanders - Safety, conceded by Gabriel Séguin-Allard 11:41
Beauce Condors - TD, Christian Dallaire 49-yd run (Gabriel Séguin-Allard convert kick) 13:12
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
JAC Islanders - TD, Jeremy Pryde 1-yd run (2-pt convert failed) 3:03
Beauce Condors - Rouge, Gabriel Séguin-Allard 6:28
JAC Islanders - TD, Raoul Baroudi 17-yd catch (2-pt convert failed) 8:29
JAC Islanders - Safety, conceded by Gabriel Séguin-Allard 10:17
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
JAC Islanders - TD, Jeremy Pryde 1-yd run (John Molson convert kick) 1:54
Beauce Condors - TD, David Savard 6-yd run (Gabriel Séguin-Allard convert kick) 7:47
JAC Islanders - TD, Quaid Johnson 27-yd run (John Molson convert kick) 12:33

Beauce Condors
 
4
14
1
7

26
JAC Islanders
 
0
2
14
14

30

Attendance – approximately 700-750


(14 h 30) Stallions Atôme Bourgogne 26 @ Sunnybrooke 0
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: Stade G.F. McHugh, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, QC)

(19 h) CEGEP de Chicoutimi 23 vs Valleyfield Noir et Or 52
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: CEGEP de Valleyfield, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, QC)

Dimanche/Sunday 2 Novembre, 2014

(13 h) ÉTS le Génie 14 vs Rive-Nord Sabercats 16
(Championnat LFJQ / QJFL Championship)
(terrain/field: Parc Cartier, Laval, QC)

La traduction est en cours. Désolé. Woulda, coulda, shoulda.

It would have been a great Cinderella story if a new team in the league could have gone to the championship final and won the big trophy but it was not to be and the ETS Le Genie team have nobody but themselves to blame. They had their opportunities, they had their chances to win the game but they did not take advantage of them and they lost 16-14. The margin of victory for the Sabercats was a safety that the ETS team conceded midway through the 1st quarter and the two field goal attempts by ETS from short range that yielded no points.

The first half of the game was filled by punts and turnovers as neither offense was able to mount any scoring threat. The ETS team had the first good scoring opportunity when they had a first down just 12 yards outside the end zone after E#25 intercepted a pass at the Sabercats 40-yd line, returned it to the 27-yd line and a 15-yd penalty was assessed against Rive-Nord. In two plays they advanced 9 yards but instead of going for it on 3rd down they attempted a 10-yd field goal. However, the kick by E#19 was blocked by S#47 and they scored no points.

After another exchange of punts and turnovers, the ETS got another good scoring opportunity late in the 2nd quarter when they had a first down at the Sabercats 14-yd line but they could only advance two yards in two plays and they tried a 21-yd field goal. This time, the ball made it over the Sabercats defenders but it missed the goal posts and S#5 was able to run it out of the end zone to the 28-yd line and the first half finished with the Rive-Nord team enjoying a soccer-style 2-0 lead.

The ETS team was finally able to score some points on the opening drive of the 2nd half when E#21 scored a TD on a 65-yd catch-and-run play, that had very little 'catch' and a whole lot of 'run', to take a 7-2 lead (E#19 convert kick). Both teams then adopted a very careful strategy and the scored remained unchanged until the start of the 4th quarter when ETS appeared poised to increase its lead with a first down at the Sabercats 30-yd line. However, they fumbled the ball two plays later and S#5 recovered it.

The Sabercats offense then put together a 5-play, 80-yd scoring drive that finished with a 35-yd TD catch by S#6 that put them back in front 9-7 (S#27 convert kick). The strategy that seemed to work for them was to keep handing the ball off to S#8 to focus the ETS defense's attention on stopping the run before throwing a deep pass. That's exactly what the Sabercats offense did the next time it went on the field as they increased their lead to 16-7 with a 4-play, 80-yd scoring drive that started with consecutive carries by S#8 and finished with a 68-yd TD strike to S#6.

Each team turned the ball over on the following possessions and ETS went back on offense from its own 10-yd line with 5:10 left on the clock. They moved 91 yards on 12 plays, twice converting on 3rd downs, before E#19 threw a 9-yd TD pass to E#84 to make the score 16-14 (E#19 convert kick) with only 23 seconds left to play. ETS then attempted a short kick but S#33 recovered the ball to seal the victory and a fourth consecutive championship for the Sabercats.

After the game, S#8 was named the Most Valuable Player of the game on offense for his 220 rushing yards on 27 carries while S#20 received the same distinction on the defensive side of the ball for his three interceptions.


Résumé des statistiques du match entre les équipes des Sabercats de la Rive-Nord et de l'ÉTS Le Génie
Summary of statistics for the game between the Rive-Nord Sabercats and ÉTS Le Génie teams
(PDF 53 k)


Quelques photos prises au cours du match
(232 photos avec des légendes)

Some pictures taken during the game
(232 photos with captions)



Parc Cartier, Laval, QC
QJFL championship, 2 Nov. 2014, 1 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
Rive-Nord Sabercats - Safety, conceded by Jean-Daniel Chevalier 9:13
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
no scoring / pas de pointage
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
ETS Le Genie - TD, Jean-Daniel Chevalier 65-yd catch (Jean-Daniel Chevalier convert kick) 1:38
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
Rive-Nord Sabercats - TD, Dominic Beaudet 35-yd catch (Simon Robitaille convert kick) 2:28
Rive-Nord Sabercats - TD, Dominic Beaudet 68-yd catch (Simon Robitaille convert kick) 6:16
ETS Le Genie - TD, Tony Desmand 9-yd catch (Jean-Daniel Chevalier convert kick) 14:37

ETS Le Genie
 
0
0
7
7

14
Rive-Nord Sabercats
 
2
0
0
14

16

Attendance – approximately 700-800


(13 h) Collège Bourget Juvenile 21 @ Dorval-Jean-XXIII 34
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: Stade Keith Ewenson, Parc Riverside, Lasalle, QC)

Vendredi/Friday 24 Octobre, 2014

(14 h) É.S. Chêne-Bleu Juvenile 12 @ Loyola H.S. 49
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: Concordia Stadium, N.D.G. (Montreal), QC)

(18 h) Collège Sainte-Anne 20 vs É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes Juvenile 28
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC)

(19 h) É.S. Jean-Grou 20 vs É.S. Chêne-Bleu Cadet 55
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: É.S. Chêne-Bleu, Pincourt, QC)

(19 h) Selwyn House 42 vs Collège Bourget Juvenile 61
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: Collège Bourget, Rigaud, QC)

Samedi/Saturday 25 Octobre, 2014

(10 h) Stallions Atôme Bourgogne W @ St-Leonard L
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: Stade Hébert, St-Leonard, QC)

(13 h) McMaster University 18 vs University of Ottawa 38
(terrain/field: University of Ottawa, Lees Campus, Ottawa, ON)

Comme d'habitude, ce match sera diffusé par l'internet sur le site web stretchinternet.com. As usual, the game will be broadcast via the internet at the stretchinternet.com website.


(13 h) CEGEP Trois-Rivières 14 vs JAC Islanders 66
(terrain/field: Memorial Field, John Abbott College, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC)



(13 h 30) Stallions Midget 8 @ Beauce 16
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: Parc de la Cité-Étudiante, St-Georges-de-Beauce, QC)

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La traduction est en cours. Désolé. As far as the facilities are concerned, the ambiance and the conduct of the games, the Beauce Dragons are still one of the best amateur football organizations in the province. The team is supported by many hard-working volunteers, starting with the people who prepare the 28-page color game program brochure, to the volunteers on the field, the game announcers and the music DJ, who played a good mix of rock, heavy metal and pop as well as French-language songs and who knew when to play the music and when to stop it and, most importantly, did not play any obscenities-filled rap music.

Besides that, however, they have the best football field in the league, with well-designed seating stands that actually have an aisle so that people do not have to walk precariously over the actual seats to get to their place, located at the top of a hill with a spectacular view of the Chaudière River valley.

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Que c'est beau!
A spectacular view!

La traduction est en cours. Désolé. As far as the game itself is concerned, it appeared at the beginning that it might be a repeat of the 2009 playoff encounter between the same two teams when the Dragons jumped out to a big, 18-0 early lead before Stallions fought back to win the game 33-25. This time, Beauce scored quickly on the first offensive series of the game when they started a drive just 35 yards outside the Stallions end zone after a short kick by S#24 that was recovered by B#2 and returned 25 yards. Three plays later, B#20 gave the local favorites a 7-0 lead on a 1-yd TD run (B#8 convert kick).

However, things settled down after that as Stallions kept turning the ball over on five of their first seven drives, including a safety that increased the Dragons' lead to 9-0, while the Dragons were punting the ball away most of the time.

Everything changed near the end of the first half when B#11 intercepted a pass with less than a minute left on the clock and returned it to the Stallions 23-yd line. This, combined with a major penalty called against the Stallions, gave the Dragons offense a starting position just eight yards outside the end zone. Beauce then immediately took advantage of the opportunity and on the next play B#8 caught a TD pass to give his team a 16-0 lead. Stallions, however, got the ball back with only 42 seconds left to play and they responded with a 5-play drive that finished with a 15-yd TD catch by S#1 as time expired to make the score 16-8 at the half time break (S#12 caught a 2-pt convert pass).

It appeared that Stallions were going to pull off another comeback win but they just weren't able to take advantage of the opportunities that they had in the second half as the Dragons turned the ball over on five of their seven possessions. Stallions offense was also on the field seven times but they punted five times, four times going three-and-out, and they turned the ball over on downs the other two times.

On defense, the players who stood out were S#5 and S#47 who each made an interception while S#24 made two. S#96 recovered a fumble, S#34 made two QB sacks while S#36, S#24 andS#20 led the team with the most tackles.

The complete yearly stats will be available shortly


Quelques photos prises au cours du match
(217 photos avec des légendes)

Some pictures taken during the game
(217 photos with captions)


Parc de la Cité-Étudiante, St-Georges-de-Beauce, QC
QMFL, Jack Simpson Cup playoffs, 25 Oct. 2014, 1:30 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
Beauce Dragons - TD, B#20 1-yd run (B#8 convert kick) 0:59
Beauce Dragons - Safety, S#6 tackled in the end zone 5:55
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
Beauce Dragons - TD, B#84 8-yd catch (B#8 convert kick) 14:18
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#1 15-yd catch (S#12 2-pt convert catch) 15:00
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
pas de pointage / no scoring
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
pas de pointage / no scoring

St-Lazare Stallions
 
0
8
0
0

8
Beauce Dragons
 
9
7
0
0

16

Attendance – approximately 350-400


(19 h) CEGEP St-Hyacinthe 0 vs Valleyfield Noir et Or 79
(terrain/field: CEGEP de Valleyfield, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, QC)

(19 h) Vanier Cheetahs 23 @ CEGEP Vieux-Montréal 16
(terrain/field: CEPSUM, Montreal, QC)

Dimanche/Sunday 26 Octobre, 2014

(9 h) Sunnybrooke 6 vs Stallions Pee-wee Bourgogne 45
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)

(11 h 30) Île-Perrot 0 vs Stallions Moustique Bourgogne 9
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)

(13 h 30) Chateauguay Silver 14 vs Stallions Atôme Argent/Silver 8
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)

(15 h) Stallions Moustique Argent/Silver 0 @ Gatineau 58
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: Complexe Sportif Mont-Bleu, Gatineau, QC)


(15 h) Stallions Junior 7 @ É.T.S. Le Génie 15
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: Collège Nôtre-Dame, Montreal, QC )

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La traduction est en cours. Désolé. For the first three quarters of the game it appeared as if Stallions were using the same strategy that helped them beat the ETS team in their regular season encounter only three weeks earlier. Unfortunately for them, le Genie clearly had done its homework and made the right adjustments because Stallions' passing game was not nearly as effective as before. The ETS team, on the other hand, simply waited for the right opportunities to score enough points to win the game.

Both teams played very cautiously in the first quarter and punted at the end of each offensive series. The ETS team had the first good scoring opportunity at the end of the 2nd quarter when they attempted a 33-yd field goal but the kick was partially blocked and they came away with no points. That seemed to inspire the Stallions and their offense then moved the ball 67 yards in 10 plays but it was le Genie that scored the first points of the game when Ethan Makonzo intercepted a pass at his own 30-yd line and with good blocking from his team mates was able to run it back for a TD to give the home team a 7-0 lead (Jean-Daniel Chevalier convert kick). On the ensuing drive, Stallions got all the way to the ETS 13-yd line but they turned the ball over on downs and the 7-0 score stood up until the half time break.

In the 3rd quarter, while the Stallions offense could not run more than three plays on any drive, the ETS team increased its lead first to 8-0 thanks to a rouge and then to 15-0 on a 32-yd TD catch by Jean-Jacques Junior Janvier. In the 4th quarter, Stallions finally changed their tactics and used Maxim Bourgon's ability to scramble to get the ETS defense off guard and to make other plays, such as handoffs to Nicholas Findlay and medium range passes, more effective. These changes quickly paid big dividends as Stallions were able to put together a 12-play, 77-yd drive that used up more than seven minutes of playing time and finished with a 7-yd TD run by Bourgon to make the score 15-7 (Daniel Manicini convert kick).

Stallions defense then forced the ETS team to go two-and-out and gave the ball to the offense, which started moving towards the end zone again. In seven plays they got to the 10-yd line but Justice Furious Watt extinguished the scoring threat with an interception at the goal line.

Things still looked good for the Stallions when their defense forced ETS to punt from their own 8-yd line but it got a lot worse after Jean-Daniel Chevalier punted the ball 49 yards, Alex Pilon lost 16 yards on the return and to top it all off a 15-yd penalty was assessed against them. Stallions offense then went back to work one last time with 1:08 left on the clock starting from its own 25-yd line but they were only able to move 20 yards in five plays before turning the ball over on downs.

Maxim Bourgon, with 82 yards rushing on 10 carries, and Nicholas Findlay, with 80 yards on 15 carries, stood out on offense. Dereck Zacard, who recovered a fumble, and Jack Louisdorf who made two interceptions, stood out on defense as did Alex Grace who led the team with the most tackles.


Quelques photos prises au cours du match
(180 photos avec des légendes)

Some pictures taken during the game
(180 photos with captions)


Collège Nôtre-Dame, Montreal, QC
QJFL Joe Pistilli Cup playoffs, 26 Oct.. 2014, 3 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
pas de pointage / no scoring
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
ETS Le Genie - TD, Ethan Makonzo 80-yd INT return (Jean-Daniel Chevalier convert kick) 8:55
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
ETS Le Genie - Rouge, Jean-Daniel Chevalier 3:10
ETS Le Genie - TD, Jean-Jacques Junior Janvier 32-yd catch (Jean-Daniel Chevalier convert kick) 14:58
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, Maxim Bourgon 7-yd run (Daniel Mancini convert kick) 7:03

St-Lazare Stallions
 
0
0
0
7

7
ETS Le Genie
 
0
7
8
0

15

Attendance – approximately 150-200


(16 h 30) Stallions Bantam 6 @ Greenfield Park 47
(séries éliminatoires / playoffs)
(terrain/field: Parc Pierre-Laporte, Greenfield Park, QC)


Jeudi/Thursday 16 Octobre, 2014

(16 h) St. Thomas H.S. 14 vs É.S. Soulanges Juvenile 27
(terrain/field: É.S. Soulanges, St-Polycarpe, QC)

Vendredi/Friday 17 Octobre, 2014

(15 h) É.S. Chêne-Bleu Juvenile 25 @ Lower Canada College 34
(terrain/field: Lower Canada College, N.D.G. (Montreal), QC)

(16 h) É.S. Jean-Grou 0 vs Collège Bourget Cadet 48
(terrain/field: Collège Bourget, Rigaud, QC)

(16 h 30) É.S. Chêne-Bleu Cadet 54 @ É.S. Anjou 12
(terrain/field: TBD, Montreal, QC)

(19 h) É.S. Jean-Grou 7 vs Collège Bourget Juvenile 48
(terrain/field: Collège Bourget, Rigaud, QC)

Samedi/Saturday 18 Octobre, 2014

(9 h 30) Stallions Moustique Bourgogne 26 @ Île-Perrot 0
(terrain/field: É.S. Chêne-Bleu, Pincourt, QC)

(10 h) Stallions Moustique Argent/Silver 6 @ Joliette 18
(terrain/field: Stade Municipale, Joliette, QC)

(11 h 30) Stallions Atôme Bourgogne 20 @ Île-Perrot 24
(terrain/field: É.S. Chêne-Bleu, Pincourt, QC)

(13 h) Stallions Pee-wee 39 @ Joliette 26
(terrain/field: Stade Municipale, Joliette, QC)

(14 h) Sun Youth 70 vs Stallions Atôme Argent/Silver 0
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)



(16 h) Greenfield Park 33 vs Stallions Bantam 8
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)


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La traduction est en cours. Désolé. The bantam Stallions' regular season ended the same way as it started – with a loss to the Greenfield Park Packers. Even though the Packers had only 24 players on their roster, including one girl who played o-line and d-line and was very effective in both assignments, they played many of their players on both sides of the ball, they are a well balanced team that can just as easily gain yards through the air as on the ground. Stallions, on the other hand, have a respectable running game but only limited success through the air, which is a big disadvantage when the league rules require a pass on one of the first three downs.

Stallions actually got the first good scoring opportunity when S#3 intercepted a Packers pass and returned it to their 40-yd line. Their offense was then able to move the ball 20 yards closer to the end zone in six plays before S#88 attempted a 27-yd field goal that went wide right and they only scored one point for a rouge. The Packers offense finally got going in the second quarter when they scored a touchdown on each one of their offensive drives to take a 19-1 lead and control of the game.

Stallions narrowed the gap to 19-8 at the beginning of the second half when they took advantage of a 22-yd punt return by S#5 and a major penalty against the Packers that let the offense start a drive from their opponents 38-yd line. In seven plays they got a first down just outside the end zone and S#12 then scored a TD on a 2-yd run (S#88 convert kick). They had another scoring opportunity on their next drive but they came away empty handed after a missed field goal.

Things looked promising again the next time the offense went on the field when they were able to run 17 plays and gain 65 yards but their scoring threat was extinguished by an interception. The Packers offense, on the other hand, scored two more TDs to make the final score 33-8.

S#29 stood out on offense with 28 carries for 119 yards. On defense, the players who stood out were S#25 and S#87 who each recovered a fumble while S#3 and S#46 each made an interception.


Quelques photos prises au cours du match
(154 photos avec des légendes)

Some pictures taken during the game
(154 photos with captions)

Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC
QBFL, Earl de la Perralle div., 18 Oct., 2014 4 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - Rouge, S#88 7:53
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
Greenfield Park Packers - TD, P#18 27-yd run (P#5 convert kick) 0:57
Greenfield Park Packers - TD, P#21 60-yd catch (convert kick failed) 10:50
Greenfield Park Packers - TD, P#4 56-yd run (convert kick failed) 13:12
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#12 2-yd run (S#88 convert kick) 5:27
Greenfield Park Packers - TD, P#4 8-yd run (P#5 convert kick) 13:25
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
Greenfield Park Packers - TD, P#4 59-yd catch (P#5 convert kick) 9:18

Greenfield Park Packers
 
0
19
7
7

33
St-Lazare Stallions
 
1
0
7
0

8

Attendance – approximately 120-140


(19 h) Chateauguay 34 vs Stallions Midget 13
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)

Ceci est la dernière partie de la saison regulière pour l'équipe midget et elle est cruciale parce qu'elle va decider dans quelle position elle va finir dans le classement et par conséquence quelle équipe elle va affronter dans la 1re ronde des séries éliminatoires. Elle peut finir aussi haut que la 2e place (si elle défait Chateauguay et les équipes de Victoriaville et de Beauce perdent leurs parties contre Repentigny et Joliette), mais elle peut aussi finir aussi bas que la 7e place (si elle perd contre Chateauguay et St-Laurent défait St-Bruno et Sherbrooke batte Laval-Nord). La liste de toutes les confrontations possibles dans les séries éliminatoires est affichée ci-dessous. This is the last game of the regular season for the midget team and it is critical because it will determine where the team will finish in the standings, which then determines which team they will meet in the first round of the playoffs. They could finish as high as 2nd place (if they beat Chateauguay and Victoriaville and Beauce teams lose their games against Repentigny and Joliette) and as low as 7th place (if they lose to Chateauguay and St-Laurent beat St-Bruno and Sherbrooke beat Laval-Nord). The list of possible playoff match-ups is shown below.

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La traduction est en cours. Désolé. Who'd a thunk it! The worst possible scenario for the Stallions came true as they lost to the Chateauguay Raiders and the St-Laurent Spartans upset the previously unbeaten and heavily favorite St-Bruno Barons to create a three-way tie between the Stallions, the Spartans and the Bulldogs for 5th place in the standings with 6-4 records. However, using the tie-breaking procedure where only the games between the teams that are tied are taken into account, all three teams have one win and one loss but Stallions finished at the lowest spot because they have the worst points for – points against differential. They will now have to play the Beauce Dragons away in the first round of the playoffs instead of the Lasalle Warriors. The tie-breaking data is shown below.

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La traduction est en cours. Désolé. Unlike their game against St-Laurent, where their superior passing attack overcame the powerful running game used by the Spartans to earn a victory, even the 8th best passing performance in the midget team's 10-year existence by Riley Jones at the QB position was not enough to get a win this time. Stallions had plenty of opportunities to score more points with the Raiders turning the ball over eight times but just like in the game against Laval-Nord one week earlier, they could not protect the ball and they turned it over 10 times in the course of their 15 offensive drives.

The game started slowly as if both teams were measuring each other and the first quarter ended with the Raiders having a 1-0 lead thanks to a rouge on the game's opening kickoff. However, early in the 2nd quarter the Raiders took advantage of a Stallions turnover when R#17 intercepted a pass at the Chateauguay 20-yd line and returned it 49 yards to the Stallions 41-yd line. Four plays later, R#32 scored a TD from 7 yards out to give the visitors a 8-0 lead (R#9 convert kick). Near the end of gthe 2nd quarter, S#24 returned the favor and intercepted a pass by the Raiders QB. Stallions offense then moved the ball 80 yards in 10 plays, scoring a TD on a 6-yd cath by S#32 to make the score 8-7 at the half-time break.

However the Raiders broke the game open in the 3rd quarter, scoring two TDs on their first three drives while Stallions turned the ball over on each one of their first three drives, including a safety that they conceded which made the score 24-7 after three quarters. In the 4th quarter, Raiders increased their lead to 27-7 with a 30-yd field goal by R#9 before S#70 scored a TD on a 30-yd catch. To add insult to injury, R#16 scored the last TD of the game with only 45 seconds left to play on a 30-yd interception return to make the final score 34-7.

S#6 made the biggest contribution on offense with 18 completions for 305 yards on 37 attempts with two TD passes and three interceptions. On defense, S#1 and S#96 each recovered a fumble (together with another player who recovered a fumble near the end of the 3rd quarter but whose jersey number I was not able to see) while S#20 made one interception and S#24 made two. S#56 made a sack while S#5, S#24 and S#30 led with the most tackles.

Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC
QMFL, Wilbert Scott div., 18 Oct., 2014 7 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
Chateauguay Raiders - Rouge, R#9 0:05
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
Chateauguay Raiders - TD, R#32 7-yd run (R#9 convert kick) 5:36
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#32 6-yd catch (S#24 convert kick) 13:26
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
Chateauguay Raiders - TD, R#21 2-yd run (R#9 convert kick) 4:34
Chateauguay Raiders - Safety, conceded by S#6 6:45
Chateauguay Raiders - TD, R#21 1-yd run (R#9 convert kick) 11:34
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
Chateauguay Raiders - FG, R#9 30-yd 6:00
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#70 30-yd catch (2-pt convert failed) 7:49
Chateauguay Raiders - TD, R#16 30-yd INT return (R#9 convert kick) 14:15

Chateauguay Raiders
 
1
7
16
10

34
St-Lazare Stallions
 
0
7
0
6

13

Attendance – approximately 140-160


(19 h) JAC Islanders 33 @ CEGEP de Drummondville 2
(terrain/field: Parc du Marchand, Drummondville, QC)

(19 h) CEGEP Édouard-Montpetit 14 vs Vanier Cheetahs 47
(terrain/field: CEGEP Vanier, St-Laurent, QC)

Dimanche/Sunday 19 Octobre, 2014

(13 h) Valleyfield Noir et Or 50 @ CEGEP Champlain-St. Lambert 3
(terrain/field: Parc Seaway, Longeuil, QC)

(13 h) É.S. Henri-Bourassa 6 vs É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes Cadet 27
(terrain/field: É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC)

(17 h) Collège Mont-St-Louis 14 vs É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes Juvenile 45
(terrain/field: É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC)



Jeudi/Thursday 9 Octobre, 2014

(14 h) Collège Bourget Juvenile 52 @ Loyola 33
(terrain/field: Concordia Stadium, N.D.G., QC)

(18 h 30) É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes Juvenile 0 @ É.S. St-Jean-Vianney 38
(terrain/field: É.S. St-Jean-Vianney, Montreal, QC)

(19 h) É.S. Soulanges Juvenile 23 @ É.S. Henri-Bourassa 41
(terrain/field: Parc des Hirondelles, Montreal, QC)

Vendredi/Friday 10 Octobre, 2014

(16 h) Collège Bourget Cadet 24 @ É.S. Henri-Bourassa 1
(terrain/field: Stade Hébert, St-Leonard, QC)

(16 h 30) Lindsay Place H.S. 36 vs É.S. Chêne-Bleu Juvenile 6
(terrain/field: É.S. Chêne-Bleu, Pincourt, QC)

(19 h) É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes Cadet 36 @ É.S. Chêne-Bleu Cadet 14
(terrain/field: É.S. Chêne-Bleu, Pincourt, QC)

(19 h) University of Ottawa 29 @ University of Windsor 39
(terrain/field: University of Windsor, Widsor, ON)
Comme d'habitude, ce match sera diffusé par l'internet sur le site web stretchinternet.com. As usual, the game will be broadcast via the internet at the stretchinternet.com website.



(20 h) Stallions Junior 26 @ Chateauguay 8
(terrain/field: Keith Ewenson Stadium, Riverside Park, Lasalle, QC )


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La traduction est en cours. Désolé. It wasn't pretty, it wasn't exciting, it was just business that the Stallions had to take care of in their last game of the regular season.
Nothing was really on the line in this game – regardless of the the outcome, Stallions were already guaranteed a spot in the playoffs while the Raiders were eliminated and perhaps for this reason only 23 Chatueaguay players showed up to play from a roster that has almost 40.

Stallions punted on their first drive but they scored touchdowns, one by Alex Pilon and the other one by Alex Cronn, on the following two series to take a 12-0 lead and they coasted home from there. While the Raiders offense could not mount any scoring threat, generating only 57 yards of production in the first half and getting to the Stallions side of the field on only six plays, Stallions increased their lead to 19-0 midway through the 2nd quarter with another TD by Pilon (David Beltrami convert kick).

After a scoreless 3rd quarter, Stallions scored seven more points in the 4th quarter on a rouge by Maxime Emond and a TD by Vincent Bourgon before the Raiders closed out the scoring with a 34-yd TD catch by Christopher Pinsonneault and a 2-pt convert by Gregory Piché to make the final score 26-8. Stallions will now have to wait for the outcome of the game between the Génie ÉTS and the Jr. Bruizers to find out whether they will finish in 3rd or in 4th place in the standings.

A few players made notable contributions on defense, including Julian MacLaren, Michael Chevrier and Sanders Armand who each had a fumble recovery while Bryce Crawford, Alex Grace, Cory Sim-Robertson, Armand and Ritchy Vernet combined to make five sacks.

Keith Ewenson Stadium, Riverside Park, Lasalle, QC
QJFL, 10 Oct. 2014, 8 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, Alex Pilon 19-yd catch (convert kick blocked) 9:18
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, Alex Cronn 1-yd run (2-pt convert failed) 15:00
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, Alex Pilon 3-yd catch (David Beltrami convert kick) 8:20
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
pas de pointage / no scoring
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - Rouge, Maxim Emond 7:30
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, Vincent Bourgon 1-yd run (convert kick failed) 13:04
Chateauguay Jr. Raiders - TD, Christopher Pinsonneault 34-yd catch (Gregory Piché 2-pt convert catch) 13:51

St-Lazare Stallions
 
12
7
0
7

26
Chateauguay Jr. Raiders
 
0
0
0
8

8

Attendance – approximately 140-160

Samedi/Saturday 11 Octobre, 2014

(10 h) Stallions Moustique Argent/Silver 20 @ Île-Bizard 44
(terrain/field: Parc Éugène-d'Ostie, Île-Bizard, QC)

(11 h) Sherbrooke 18 vs Stallions Pee-wee Bourgogne 41
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)

(11 h) Stallions Atôme Argent/Silver @ Chateauguay Silver
(terrain/field: Parc Laberge, Chateauguay, QC)

(12 h) Stallions Atôme Bourgogne 0 @ Île-Bizard 70
(terrain/field: Parc Éugène-d'Ostie, Île-Bizard, QC)


(13 h) CEGEP Victoriaville 7 vs JAC Islanders 36
(terrain/field: Memorial Field, John Abbott College, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC)

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Il y avait beaucoup de beaux jeux pendant le match, mais voici le jeu le plus spectaculaire : Noel Bunoko fait un plongeon pour intercepter une passe des Vulkins.
There were many great plays during the game but this was the best one: in the 4th quarter Noel Bunoko dives for the ball to make an interception.

La traduction est en cours. Désolé. The offensive unit of the Victoriaville Vulkins is plenty capable to move the ball and generate scoring opportunities but they are their own worst enemy. Of the twelve offensive drives that they had during the game, one resulted in a touchdown, one was cut short by the half time break, they punted twice but all of the remaining eight drives were terminated by turnovers. Six of those turnovers were fumbles and their scrambling QB Jean-François Côté alone was responsible for three of them. The other major factor in their defeat were penalties, 18 in total for 188 yards. By comparison, the Islanders had 10 penalties called against them for 90 yards.

After the Vulkins punted on their first offensive series, the Islanders offense started from its own 49-yd line and after four run plays they got into the end zone with an 18-yd catch by Skylar Bayliff to take the early 6-0 lead (convert kick was blocked). As a sign of things to come, the ensuing Vulkins drive was cut short because of a fumble, which proved to be costly because the Islanders responded with an 8-play, 82-yd scoring drive that finished with a 52-yd TD catch by Raoul Baroudi which increased their lead to 13-0 (John Molson convert kick).

The Vulkins appeared poised to score some points on the ensuing drive when they got to the Islanders 14-yd line but they came away empty-handed when the ball hit the crossbar on a field goal attempt. However, after the Islanders punted, the Vulkins took advantage of a good starting position and they got their running game to work without committing any errors and in three big plays they scored a touchdown with a 17-yd run by Guillaume Bédard to make the score 13-7 (Guillaume Charles Gagnon convert kick) at the half time break.

It looked like the Vulkins were going to make it a close game but Zacary Alexis threw that notion out the window on the kickoff return at the start of the 2nd half when he picked up the ball at his own 25-yd line and raced his way through the Victoriaville defense all the way to the end zone to increase the Islanders lead to 20-7. Vulkins then once again appeared poised to respond on the ensuing drive when their QB broke through the Islanders defense on a 70-yd run but he fumbled the ball just 1 yard away from the end zone.

It all went downhill for Victoriaville after that as they turned the ball over on each one of their five subsequent possessions while the Islanders scored two more TDs to put the game out of reach.
If Islanders win at least one of their two remaining games they will be able to host a playoff game for the first time since 2007.


Résumé des statistiques du match entre les équipes des Vulkins et des Islanders
Summary of statistics for the game between the Vulkins and Islanders teams
(PDF 53 k)


Quelques photos prises au cours du match
(217 photos avec des légendes)

Some pictures taken during the game
(217 photos with captions)


Memorial Field, John Abbott College, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC
CEGEP div. 2, 11 Oct. 2014, 1 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
JAC Islanders - TD, Skylar Bayliff 18-yd catch (convert kick blocked) 8:23
JAC Islanders - TD, Raoul Baroudi 52-yd catch (John Molson convert kick) 12:36
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
Victoriaville Vulkins - TD, Guillaume Bédard 17-yd run (Guillaume Charles Gagnon convert kick) 5:12
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
JAC Islanders - TD, Zacary Alexis 85-yd kickoff return (John Molson convert kick) 0:14
JAC Islanders - TD, Skylar Bayliff 33-yd catch (John Molson convert kick) 13:51
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
JAC Islanders - TD, Emilio Cecere 7-yd catch (John Molson convert kick) 1:15
JAC Islanders - Safety, conceded by Jean-François Côté 3:54

Victoriaville Vulkins
 
0
7
0
0

7
JAC Islanders
 
13
0
14
9

36

Attendance – approximately 550-600



(13 h 30) Sherbrooke 6 vs Stallions Moustique Bourgogne 46
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)

(19 h) CEGEP St-Jêrôme 10 vs Valleyfield Noir et Or 51
(terrain/field: CEGEP de Valleyfield, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, QC)



(20 h) Stallions Midget 46 @ Laval-Nord 0
(terrain/field: Parc Roi-du-Nord, Ste-Rose, Laval, QC)

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La traduction est en cours. Désolé. The midget Stallions got a much needed win that helped them keep their hopes alive of finishing the regular season in 3rd place in the standings but their performance did not inspire much confidence for their upcoming game against the Chateauguay Raiders. The defense did play well, keeping the Scorpions off the scoreboard, forcing nine turnovers and scoring a touchdown on an interception return (S#20) but the offense needs to protect the ball better if they want to have a chance to beat the Raiders.

Stallions offensive unit was on the field 11 times but they turned the ball on five of those possessions. In fact, the first two offensive series by the Stallions ended in turnovers and they were finally able to score points on their third possession when they started from the Scorpions 19-yd following a fumble recovery by S#24 and after three plays, S#1 gave the Stallions lead with a 13-yd TD catch to make the score 7-0 (S#24 convert kick).
Just a few minutes later, S#20 increased the lead to 14-0 when he intercepted a Laval-Nord pass at his own 35-yd line and then raced 75 yards to the end zone.

During the 2nd quarter, Stallions played their best football of the game as they scored touchdowns on three of their four possessions while the defense completely dominated the Scorpions offensive unit.
In the second half, Stallions kept the ball for almost 22 of the 30 minutes of playing time but they only had one touchdown to show for it.

Stallions QB led the offense with nine carries for 62 yards as well as 10 pass completions for 171 yards and four touchdowns on 25 attempts and no interceptions.

On defense, the players who stood out were S#1, S#6, S#24 and S#96 who recovered one fumble each, S#57 who made a sack and S#31, S#10 and S#20 with one interception each.

Parc Roi-du-Nord, Ste-Rose, Laval, QC
QMFL, Wilbert Scott div., 11 Oct., 2014 8 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, St#1 13-yd catch (St#24 convert kick) 9:14
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, St#20 75-yd INT return (St#24 convert kick) 11:44
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, St#34 5-yd run (St#24 convert kick) 6:09
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, St#1 22-yd catch (St#24 convert kick) 11:25
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, St#32 3-yd catch (St#24 convert kick) 14:59
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, St#1 37-yd catch (St#24 convert kick) 9:19
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - Safety, conceded by Sc#88 1:39
St-Lazare Stallions - Safety, conceded by Sc#34 12:58

St-Lazare Stallions
 
14
21
7
4

46
Laval-Nord Scorpions
 
0
0
0
0

0

Attendance – approximately 60-70

Lundi/Monday 13 Octobre, 2014

(9 h) Stallions Atôme Argent/Silver 6 @ Île-Perrot 48
(terrain/field: É.S. Chêne-Bleu, Pincourt, QC)
Mercredi/Wednesday 1 Octobre, 2014

(16 h) É.S. Soulanges Juvenile 38 @ É.S. L.-J. Papineau 26
(terrain/field: Parc Villeray, Montreal, QC)

Jeudi/Thursday 2 Octobre, 2014

(16 h) Collège Bourget Cadet 34 @ É.S. Dorval-Jean-XXIII 8
(terrain/field: É.S. Dorval-Jean-XXIII, Dorval, QC)

(16 h 30) É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes Cadet 43 @ É.S. Jean-Grou 14
(terrain/field: É.S. Jean-Grou, Montreal, QC)

(19 h) Selwyn House 30 vs É.S. Chêne-Bleu Juvenile 6
(terrain/field: É.S. Chêne-Bleu, Pincourt, QC)

Vendredi/Friday 3 Octobre, 2014

(15 h 30) É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes Juvenile 48 @ Collège de Montrèal 0
(terrain/field: Parc Vincent-d'Indy, Montreal, QC)

(16 h) Collège Bourget Juvenile 14 @ É.S. Dorval-Jean-XXIII 37
(terrain/field: É.S. Dorval-Jean-XXIII, Dorval, QC)

Samedi/Saturday 4 Octobre, 2014

(10 h) Stallions Atôme Bourgogne/Burgundy @ Chateauguay Silver
(terrain/field: Parc Laberge, Chateauguay, QC)

(12 h) Stallions Moustique Argent/Silver 18 @ Gatineau 43
(terrain/field: Complexe Sportif Mont-Bleu, Gatineau, QC)

(13 h) University of Waterloo 10 vs University of Ottawa 51
(terrain/field: University of Ottawa, Lees Campus, Ottawa, ON)

Comme d'habitude, ce match sera diffusé par l'internet sur le site web stretchinternet.com. As usual, the game will be broadcast via the internet at the stretchinternet.com website.


(13 h 30) Chateauguay Black 34 vs Stallions Atôme Argent/Silver 6
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)

(14 h) Stallions Moustique Bourgogne 35 @ Sherbrooke 6
(terrain/field: Université de Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, QC)

(16 h) Stallions Pee-wee 19 @ Sherbrooke 51
(terrain/field: Université de Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, QC)


(16 h) St-Hubert 1 vs Stallions Bantam 41
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)

 
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Les Stallions ont rendu le ballon lors de leur première série offensive du match, mais ils étaient presque parfaits ensuite et ils ont marqué des touchés sur chacune des cinq attaques suivantes en route vers une victoire facile de 41à1 contre l'équipe de St-Hubert qui n'avait que 21 joueurs à l'alignement.

Tout comme l'équipe des Barons de St-Bruno, laquelle les Stallions ont battu plus tôt dans la saison, les Rebelles sont un autre exemple des hauts et des bas des équipes de football amateur. Il y a deux ans, les Rebelles étaient les champions de la saison régulière dans la division Earl de la Perralle, qui avaient ensuite monté aux séries éliminatoires de la Coupe d'Or et qui avaient remporté le championnat provincial. Cette année, ils ont à peine assez de joueurs pour avoir une équipe.

Il semblait comme si les Stallions se dirigeaient vers la zone des buts lors de leur première attaque du match quand ils ont commencé de leur propre ligne de 16 verges et ils ont avancé 52 verges en neuf jeux, mais leur série offensive a été arrêté par une interception. Toutefois, ils ont rapidement obtenu le ballon après un botté de dégagement des Rebelles et cette fois ils ont réussi une attaque de 10 jeux pour 47 verges qui s'est achevée avec un touché par S n ° 29 sur une course de trois verges qui les avait mis en avant 7 à 0 à la fin du 1er quart (botté de transformation de S n ° 88).

Ils ont marqué deux autres touchés avant la pause de la mi-temps et trois autres au 3e quart avant de ralentir au 4e quart et dégager le ballon sur les jeux du 4e essai au lieu de tenter d'obtenir un 1er essai, comme ils ont fait avec succès à cinq reprises avant.

À l'attaque, le quart-arrière des Stallions a fini le match avec 178 verges au sol sur 22 portées alors que S n ° 29 avait cumulé 152 verges sur 19 portées.
À la défense, les joueurs qui se sont distingués étaient S n ° 25 qui a fait deux interceptions, S n ° 34 qui en avait fait une et S n ° 30 qui a récupéré un échappé. S n ° 5 et S n ° 67 ont fait le plus grand nombre de plaqués.
The Stallions turned the ball over on their first offensive series of the game but they were almost flawless after that as they scored touchdowns on each one of the following five drives en route to an easy 41-1 win over a St-Hubert team that had only 21 players on the roster.

Just like the St-Bruno Barons team that Stallions beat earlier in the season, the Rebelles are another example of the ups and downs of amateur football teams. Only two years ago, the Rebelles were the regular season winners in the Earl de la Perralle division, who then moved up to the Coupe d'Or playoffs and won the provincial championship. This year they have barely enough players to make a team.

Stallions appeared to be heading to the end zone on their first drive of the game when they started from their own 16-yd line and methodically moved 52 yards in nine plays, but their offensive was cut short by an interception. However, they quickly got the ball back after a Rebelles punt and this time they put together a 10-play, 47-yd drive that finished with a 3-yd TD run by S#29 that gave them a 7-0 lead by the end of the 1st quarter (S#88 convert kick).

They scored two more TDs before the half time break and another three in the 3rd quarter before backing off in the 4th quarter and punting the ball on 4th downs instead of going for a 1st down, which they did successfully on each one of their five attempts before.

On offense, Stallions QB finished the game with 178 yards rushing on 22 carries while S#29 gained 152 yards on 19 carries.
On defense, the players who stood out were S#25 who had two interceptions, S#34 had one and S#30 who recovered a fumble. S#5 and S#67 led with the most tackles.


Quelques photos prises au cours du match
(171 photos avec des légendes)

Some pictures taken during the game
(171 photos with captions)

Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC
QBFL, Earl de la Perralle div., 4 Oct., 2014 4 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#29 3-yd run (S#88 convert kick) 13:08
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#29 62-yd run (convert kick failed) 3:45
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#12 1-yd run (S#88 convert kick) 14:35
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#25 7-yd run (S#88 convert kick) 4:10
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#12 25-yd run (S#88 convert kick) 7:22
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#12 1-yd run (S#88 convert kick) 3:23
St-Hubert Rebelles - Rouge, R#74 5:44

St-Hubert Rebelles
 
0
0
0
1

1
St-Lazare Stallions
 
7
12
14
7

41

Attendance – approximately 120-140



(19 h) JAC Islanders 29 @ CEGEP Lionel-Groulx 8
(terrain/field: Parc Ducharme, St-Thérèse, QC)

(19 h) Vanier Cheetahs 19 @ CEGEP Montmorency 38
(terrain/field: CEGEP Montmorency, Laval, QC)

(19 h 30) Stallions Midget 6 @ Sherbrooke 22
(terrain/field: Université de Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, QC)

Dimanche/Sunday 5 Octobre, 2014

(14 h) Le Génie ÉTS 24 vs Stallions Junior 31
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)

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Pour la première fois depuis 2010, l'équipe junior des Stallions de St-Lazare s'est qualifiée pour les séries éliminatoires de la LFJQ grâce à sa victoire contre l'équipe du Génie ÉTS.

Au début du match, il ressemblait comme quoi l'équipe de l'ETS était sur ??la bonne voie pour répéter sa performance d'une victoire contre les Stallions par une marge de plus de 40 points dans le match au début de la saison, ayant pris le devant rapidement 10 à 0 après seulement 11 minutes du jeu. Cependant, après trois premières séries offensives infructueuses, l'attaque des Stallions a trouvé une faiblesse dans la défense contre les passes de l'ÉTS et elle a commencé à l'exploiter pour des gains importants.

Vers la fin du 1er quart, les Stallions on entamé une nouvelle série offensive à partir de leur propre ligne de 32 verges, mais un jeu d'une passe-suivie-d'une-course de 74 verges d'Alex Pilon leur a donné un premier essai tout juste à l'extérieur de la zone de buts et Alex Cronn a ensuite marqué un touché sur une course de 4 verges pour rendre le pointage 10 à 6. Au cours du 2e quart, un jeu d'une passe-suivie-d'une-course de 50 verges de Jean-Fritz Charles a positionné l'unité offensive encore tout près de la zone des buts et Cronn est entré de nouveau dans la zone payante avec une course de 2 verges pour mettre l'équipe locale en avant 13 à 10 (botté de transformation de Max Emond).
Les Stallions ont ensuite obtenu le ballon à la ligne de 52 verges de l'ETS avec 1:52 à jouer dans la première moitié et ils étaient en mesure d'exécuter huit jeux, la plupart d'entre eux par la passe, pour ainsi marquer un touché sur une passe captée de 11 verges de Bryce Crawford pour prendre le devant 19 à 10 à la pause di mi-temps.

Au 3e quart, c'était l'équipe de l'ETS qui avait capté l’initiative. Lors de leur première attaque, ils ont obtenu rapidement un premier essai à la ligne d'une verge des Stallions, mais ils sont repartis les mains vides quand le ballon avait échappé à Jevon Taylor et Alex Grace l'a récupéré pour les Stallions. Cependant, ils n'ont pas fait d'erreurs lors de leurs deux prochaines séries offensives et ils ont marqué un touché sur chacune pour reprendre le devant 24 à 19.

Au cours du 4e quart, tandis que l'équipe de l'ETS dégageait le ballon ou ils le rendaient aux Stallions, l'attaque de St-Lazare a continué d'exploiter les faiblesses de la défense contre la passe de leurs adversaires afin d'avancer le ballon près de la zone de but et marquer les touchés gagnants: un sur une autre courte course de Cronn et le 2e sur un galop de 25 verges de Nicolas Findlay pour rendre le pointage final 31-24.

À l'attaque, Maxim Burgon a eu un bon match à la position de quart-arrière avec 37 passes dont 15 complétées pour 305 verges avec un touché et deux interceptions tandis que Charles a attrapé sept passes pour 136 verges.
À la défense, les joueurs qui se sont démarqués étaient Jack Louisdorf et Julian McLaren avec une interception chacun, tandis que Grace et Kevin Cronn ont chacun récupéré un échappé. Sanders Armand avait un sac du quart.
For the first time since 2010 the St-Lazare Stallions junior team will make the QJFL playoffs thanks to their win over the ETS Le Genie team.

At the start of the game it looked like the ETS team was well on its way to repeat the 40+ points margin of victory performance over the Stallions at the start of the season as it quickly built a 10-0 lead after only 11 minutes of play. However, after their first three unsuccessful drives, Stallions offense found a weakness in the ETS pass defense and they started exploiting it for big gains.

Near the end of the 1st quarter Stallions started a new offensive drive from their own 32-yd line but a 74-yd catch-and run play by Alex Pilon gave them a first down just outside the end zone and Alex Cronn then scored a touchdown on a 4-yd run to make the score 10-6. In the 2nd quarter, a 50-yd catch-and-run play by Jean-Fritz Charles put the offense once again on the door steps of the end zone and Cronn again hit pay dirt with a 2-yd run to put the home team ahead 13-10 (Max Emond convert kick).
Stallions got the ball again at the ETS 52-yd line with 1:52 left to play in the first half and they were still able to run eight plays, most of them passes, and score a TD on an 11-yd catch by Bryce Crawford to take a 19-10 lead at the break.

In the 3rd quarter the momentum shifted back to the ETS team. On their first drive, they quickly got a first down at the Stallions 1-yd line but they came away empty handed when Jevon Taylor fumbled the ball and Alex Grace recovered it for the Stallions. However, they did not make any mistakes on their next two drives and they scored a touchdown on each one to go back in front 24-19.

In the 4th quarter, while the ETS team was punting or turning the ball over, Stallions offense continued to exploit the weaknesses in their opponents' pass defense in order to move the ball close to the end zone and score the winning touchdowns: one on another short carry by Cronn and the other on a 25-yd gallop by Nicholas Findlay to make the final score 31-24.

On offense, Maxim Bourgon had a good game at the QB position with 37 passes and 15 completions for 305 yards with one TD and two interceptions while Charles caught seven passes for 136 yards.
On defense, the players who stood out were Jack Louisdorf and Julian McLaren with one interception each while Grace and Kevin Cronn each recovered a fumble. Sanders Armand had a QB sack.


Quelques photos prises au cours du match
(251 photos avec des légendes)

Some pictures taken during the game
(251 photos with captions)

Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC
QJFL, 5 Oct. 2014, 2 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
Le Genie ETS - FG, Jean-Daniel Chevalier 17-yd 4:37
Le Genie ETS - TD, Ryan Kharouf 1-yd run (Jean-Daniel Chevalier convert kick) 11:01
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, Alex Cronn 4-yd run (convert kick blocked) 12:13
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, Alex Cronn 2-yd run (Max Emond convert kick) 10:31
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, Bryce Crawford 11-yd catch (convert kick failed) 14:53
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
Le Genie ETS - TD, Jevon Taylor 10-yd run (Jean-Daniel Chevalier convert kick) 6:00
Le Genie ETS - TD, Pierre-Louis Duqueslin 20-yd run (Jean-Daniel Chevalier convert kick) 8:34
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, Alex Cronn 1-yd run (2-pt convert failed) 6:11
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, Nicholas Findlay 25-yd run (convert kick failed) 10:32

Le Genie ETS
 
10
0
14
0

24
St-Lazare Stallions
 
6
13
0
12

31

Attendance – approximately 140-160

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