September 2015 Archives

Voici les parties d'autres équipes que l'on surveille :
  • les Gee-Gees de l'université d'Ottawa, qui comptent parmi ses membres Bryce Vieira, vont jouer contre les Ravens de l'université Carleton pour la Coupe Panda le samedi, 3 octobre à 13 heures au Stade TD Place à Ottawa. On peut régarder le match à travers du site web stretchinternet.com
  • les Stingers de l'université Concordia, où l'on peut trouver plusieurs anciens joueurs des Stallions comme Cody Briggs, Jack Louisdorf et Quaid Johnson, vont affronter les Rouge et Or de l'université Laval le dimanche, 4 octobre à 13 heures au Stade TELUS à Québec
  • les Jr. Raiders de Chateauguay vont jouer contre les Jr. Bruizers de la Rive-Sud le dimanche, 4 octobre à 14 heures au terrain de l'école sécondaire Louis-Philippe-Paré à Chateauguay
Here are the games of other teams that we are watching:
  • the Ottawa Gee-Gees, where Bryce Vieira is playing, will face the Carlton University Ravens on Saturday, October 3 at 1 pm in the annual Panda Bowl game, which will take place at the TD Place stadium in Ottawa, ON. Their game can be seen on the stretchinternet.com website
  • the Concordia Stingers, where several former Stallions such as Cody Briggs, Jack Louisdorf and Quaid Johnson are playing against the Laval University Rouge et Or at the TELUS Stadium in Quebec City on Sunday, October 4 at 1 pm
  •  the Chateauguay Jr. Raiders are playing against the South Shore Jr. Bruizers on Sunday, October 4 at 2 pm at the Louis-Philippe-Paré High School in Chateauguay, QC


jeudi/Thursday 1 octobre, 2015

(14 h) É.S. Anjou 0 vs É.S. Soulanges juvenile 70
(terrain/field: É.S. Soulanges, St-Polycarpe, QC)

(16 h 30) Collège Bourget cadet 0 @ É.S. Dalbé-Viau 50
(terrain/field: É.S. Dalbé-Viau, Lachine, QC)

(16 30 h) É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes cadet 7 @ É.S. Jean-Grou 35
(terrain/field: É.S. Jean-Grou, Montreal, QC)

vendredi/Friday 2 octobre, 2015

(13 h) É.S. Chêne-Bleu juvenile 10 @ Selwyn House 30
(terrain/field: Percival Molson Stadium, Montreal, QC)

(15 h) Collège Bourget juvenile 9 @ Lower Canada College 12
(terrain/field: Lower Canada College, Nôtre-Dame-de-Grace, QC)

(15 h 30) É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes juvenile 9 @ É.S. Dorval-Jean-XXIII 32
(terrain/field: É.S. Dorval-Jean-XXIII, Dorval, QC)

(16 h 30) É.S. Chêne-Bleu cadet 0 @ É.S. Henri-Bourassa 26
(terrain/field: Collège St-Jean-Vianney, Montreal, QC)

samedi/Saturday 3 octobre, 2015

(9 h) Stallions Pee-wee 0 @ St-Leonard 14
(terrain/field: Parc Hébert, St-Leonard, QC)

(12 h) Stallions Moustique 0 @ St-Leonard 6
(terrain/field: Parc Hébert, St-Leonard, QC)



(13 h) Île-Perrot 43 vs Stallions Bantam 6
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)

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Il était évident que les Western Patriots de l'Ile-Perrot était la meilleure équipe, mais le match aurait pu être plus serré si les Stallions étaient capables de profiter des pénalités et des revirements de leurs adversaires. L'équipe de l'Ile-Perrot avait écopé 12 pénalités pour 130 verges (les Stallions en ont eu six pour 50 verges) et ils rendu le ballon cinq fois, mais les Stallions en ont profité qu'une fois.

Les Stallions ont forcé les Western Patriots à dégager sur leur première série offensive, mais ensuite ils n'ont pas pu faire que trois jeux et ils ont du dégager depuis leur propre ligne de 22 verges. Malheureusement, le ballon n'a même pas traversé la ligne de mêlée et ils l'ont rendu à leur propre ligne de 19 verges. L'équipe de l'Ile-Perrot n'avait alors besoin que de trois jeux pour marquer les premiers points du match sur une course de 2 verges de W n ° 27 pour prendre le devant 7 à 0 (botté de transformation de W n ° 1). Lorsque l'attaque des Stallions avait rendu le ballon encore quatre fois lors de la première moitié, les Western Patriots en ont profité deux fois pour ajouter 15 points et ainsi rendre le pointage 22 à 0 à la pause de mi-temps.

Pendant la seconde moitié, les Stallions ont mieux protégé le ballon et ils se sont finalement inscrit sur le tableau de pointage à la fin de 3e quart après un revirement par l'Ile-Perrot quand le joueur S n ° 50 avait récupéré un échappé à la ligne de 24 verges des Western Patriots. Sur le jeu suivant, le joueur S n ° 19 avait marqué un touché sur un jeu d'une passe suivie d'une course qui avait rendu le pointage 29 à 6 (botté de transformation bloqué). Cependant, les visiteurs ont marqué deux autres touchés au 4e quart pour rendre le pointage finale 43 à 6.

Personne ne s'est distingué à l'attaque, mais les joueurs S n ° 81 et n ° 50 S se sont démarqués à la défense avec un et deux échappés recouvrés respectivement, tandis que S n ° 34, S n ° 46 et S n ° 81 ont réussi ensemble deux sacs du quart.
The Ile-Perrot Western Patriots were clearly the better team but the game could have been closer if Stallions were able to take advantage of their opponents' penalties and turnovers. The Ile-Perrot team had 12 penalties called against them for 130 yards (Stallions had six penalties for 50 yards) and they turned the ball over five times but Stallions only capitalized on one of them.

Stallions forced the Western Patriots to punt on the first offensive drive of the game but then they went three and out and they had to punt from their own 22-yd line. Unfortunately, the ball didn't even cross the line of scrimmage and they turned it over at their own 19-yd line. Ile-Perrot then only needed three plays to score the first points of the game on a 2-yd run by W#27 to take a 7-0 lead (W#1 convert kick). While the Stallions offense turned the ball over four more time in the first half, the Western Patriots took advantage of two of them to add 15 more points to make the score 22-0 at half time.

In the second half, Stallions protected the ball better and they finally got on the scoreboard late in the 3rd quarter after an Ile-Perrot turnover when S#50 recovered a fumble at the Western Patriots 24-yd line. On the next play, S#19 scored a touchdown on a catch-and-run play to make the score 29-6 (convert kick blocked). However, the visitors scored two more TDs in the 4th quarter to make the final score 43-6.

No one stood out on offense but S#81 and S#50 stood out on defense with one and two fumble recoveries respectively, while S#34, S#46 and S#81 combined on two sacks.


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

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

Wesywood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC
QBFL, Earl de la Perralle div., 3 Oct. 2015 1:00 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
Ile-Perrot Western Patriots - TD, W#27 2-yd run (W#1 convert kick) 5:46
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
Ile-Perrot Western Patriots - TD, W#1 15-yd catch (W#1 convert kick) 0:40
Ile-Perrot Western Patriots - Rouge, W#1 6:05
Ile-Perrot Western Patriots - TD, W#1 8-yd run (W#1 convert kick) 13:47
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
Ile-Perrot Western Patriots - TD, W#27 4-yd run (W#1 convert kick) 4:02
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#19 24-yd catch (convert kick blocked) 9:00
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
Ile-Perrot Western Patriots - TD, W#34 82-yd catch (W#1 convert kick) 4:16
Ile-Perrot Western Patriots - TD, W#4 21-yd run (W#1 convert kick) 9:27

Ile-Perrot Western Patriots
 
7
15
7
14

43
St-Lazare Stallions
 
0
0
6
0

6

Attendance – approximately 160-180

Evaluation de l'événement sur une échelle de 0 à 5 Event evaluation on a scale from 0 to 5.

On the field
Playing field Team participation Officials Participant facilities
4 3
3
3

Off the field
Access/ location Spectator facilities Media/ reporting facilities Canteen
3 3
0
2

Event features
Game conduct Information/ announcements Music/ entertainment Visibility/ availability Lasting legacy Value for money
2
0
0
2
1
N/A



(14 h) Stallions Atôme 38 @ St-Leonard 6
(terrain/field: Parc Hébert, St-Leonard, QC)



(19 h) Valleyfield Noir et Or 35 vs John Abbott College Islanders 15
(terrain/field: Memorial Field, John Abbott College, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC)

La traduction est en cours. Désolé. The Valleyfield Noir et Or remain undefeated after a dominating 35-15 win over the John Abbott College Islanders and anyone who has seen them play can clearly see why. Their no huddle, fast tempo offense is versatile, efficient and most importantly, very unpredictable, and it just keeps moving the ball down the field relentlessly. They rarely go for the “home run” type of play and instead they run plays for 5, 10 or 15 yards at a time. Against John Abbott, they were able to execute 91 plays during the game, compared to 46 for the Islanders, and they won the time of possession battle 40 minutes to 20. If they were good last season when they won their 3rd division 3 Bol d'Or championship in a row, they're even better this year.

The Noir et Or offense had to punt on their first offensive series but the Islanders then did the same thing. However, the visitors then showed their true colors on their next drive when they started from their own 36-yd line and with one pass attempt and six runs they got to the John Abbott 7-yd line. V#7 then carried the ball the rest of the way to give his team the early 7-0 lead (V#20 convert kick). After another punt by the Islanders, the Noir et Or then used nine plays to move 54 yards to increase their lead to 14-0 with a 9-yd TD run by their QB V#5 (V#20 convert kick). The Islanders got on the scoreboard early in the 2nd quarter with a rouge when V#18 could not return the 60-yd punt by A#17 from his own end zone but the Noir et Or scored two more touchdowns, the first on a 10-play, 101-yd drive and the other on a 7-play, 65-yd drive that gave them a 28-1 lead at half time.

In the 3rd quarter, the Islanders were able to take advantage of a very short punt by V#86 that gave them the ball at the Valleyfield 38-yd line and four plays later, A#18 caught a 34-yd pass from A#12 for a TD that made the score 28-8 (A#17 convert kick). It appeared that it was only a matter of time before the Noir et Or would score again as they marched 56 yards in 11 plays to the John Abbott 33-yd line but their next three plays were all incomplete passes and they were forced to punt. The Islanders then turned the tables around and starting from their own 8-yd line, they moved 102 yards in 12 plays, finishing with a 2-yd TD catch by A#82 to narrow the gap to 28-15. However, the Noir et Or responded in kind and scored the last points of the game on a 14-play, 75-yd drive, finishing with an 8-yd TD run by V#15 to make the final score 35-15.

They had an opportunity to score more points when they got to within one yard of the Islanders end zone with more than 30 seconds left to play in the game but, in a very classy gesture, they simply let the clock run out. Valleyfield supporters, many of whom arrived at the field an hour before the start of the game, were happy while the Islanders fans were disappointed, but as a competitive amateur game this event was a great example of what student athlete sport is all about.

There are two other reports about this game on the www.versusfootball.com website. They can be found here and here.

About the photos: they were taken by a friend and photo expert Phil Shapiro who was kind enough to accompany me to the game to educate me about what it takes to take good photos from the stands during night games. Thank you, Phil.

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


Quelques photos prises au cours du match
(64 photos extraordinaires)

Some pictures taken during the game
(64 awesome photos)


Memorial Field, John Abbott College, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC
CEGEP div. 2, 3 Oct. 2015, 7 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
Valleyfield Noir et Or - TD, V#7 7-yd run (V#20 convert kick) 6:32
Valleyfield Noir et Or - TD, V#5 9-yd run (V#20 convert kick) 13:07
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
John Abbott College Islanders - Rouge, A#17 0:43
Valleyfield Noir et Or - TD, V#15 3-yd run (V#20 convert kick) 10:45
Valleyfield Noir et Or - TD, V#7 5-yd run (V#20 convert kick) 14:24
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
John Abbott College Islanders - TD, A#18 34-yd catch (A#17 convert kick) 5:31
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
John Abbott College Islanders - TD, A#82 2-yd catch (A#17 convert kick) 2:20
Valleyfield Noir et Or - TD, V#15 8-yd run (V#20 convert kick) 8:25

Valleyfield Noir et Or
 
14
14
0
7

35
John Abbott College Islanders
 
0
1
7
7

15

Attendance – approximately 1500

Evaluation de l'événement sur une échelle de 0 à 5 Event evaluation on a scale from 0 to 5.

On the field
Playing field Team participation Officials Participant facilities
4 5
4
3

Off the field
Access/ location Spectator facilities Media/ reporting facilities Canteen
3 3
3
3

Event features
Game conduct Information/ announcements Music/ entertainment Visibility/ availability Lasting legacy Value for money
3
3
3
3
3
4



(19 h 30) Vanier College Cheetahs 19 @ André-Grasset 26
(terrain/field: Complexe Sportif Claude-Robillard, Montreal, QC)

dimanche/Sunday 4 octobre, 2015

(14 h) South Shore Jr. Bruizers 9 vs Chateauguay Jr. Raiders 11
(terrain/field: É.S. Louis-Philippe-Paré, Chateauguay, QC)

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La traduction est en cours. Désolé The Chateauguay Jr. Raiders picked up their sixth win in a row and assured themselves of finishing at the top of the QJFL 2015 season standings and getting a spot in the championship match regardless of what happens in their last two regular season games. By doing this they accomplished a remarkable transformation from a team that finished last in 2014 after going 0-8 to being the class of the league a year later.

This was not their best effort but it was good enough to earn a win. They took advantage of opportunities when they presented themselves like at the start of the game when the Jr. Bruizers fumbled the ball on the first play from scrimmage and R#90 recovered it at the South Shore 25-yd line. The offense then lost a yard on the next two downs but R#83 put the home team ahead 3-0 with a 32-yd field goal. However, both teams then struggled to generate any offense and it took until early in the 2nd quarter when the Jr. Raiders offense put together an 8-play, 75-yd drive that finished with an 11-yd TD run by R#5 that increased their lead to 9-0 (convert kick blocked). Chateauguay defense then added two points when they forced the Jr. Bruizers to concede a safety that made the score 11-0 at the half time break.

More two-and-outs and plenty of penalties followed in the second half and it appeared that the score would not change, especially after R#24 intercepted a pass just two yards outside the end zone with a little more than one minute left to play in the game. However, the Jr. Raiders then fumbled the ball in the end zone and even though R#8 recovered it, the play resulted in a safety. On the ensuing kickoff, B#17 weaved his way through Chateauguay players and ran 90 yards on the return to score a touchdown to make the score 11-9 (B#9 convert kick). With 54 seconds left to play, the Jr. Bruizers then tried an onside kick but R#85 managed to hang on to the ball and the Jr. Raiders were then able to run out the clock to seal their victory.


There is another report on this game on the www.versusfootball.com website.


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

Some pictures taken during the game
(245 photos with captions)
É.S. Louis-Philippe-Paré, Chateauguay, QC
QJFL, 4 Oct. 2015, 2:00 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
Chateauguay Jr. Raiders - FG, R#83 32-yd 2:10
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
Chateauguay Jr. Raiders - TD, R#5 11-yd run (convert kick blocked) 3:34
Chateauguay Jr. Raiders - Safety, conceded by B#6 5:18
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
pas de pointage / no scoring
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
South Shore Jr. Bruizers - Safety, R#8 tackled in the end zone 13:52
South Shore Jr. Bruizers - TD, B#17 90-yd kickoff return (B#9 convert kick) 14:06

South Shore Jr. Bruizers
 
0
0
0
9

9
Chateauguay Jr. Raiders
 
3
8
0
0

11

Attendance – approximately 100-120

Evaluation de l'événement sur une échelle de 0 à 5 Event evaluation on a scale from 0 to 5.

On the field
Playing field Team participation Officials Participant facilities
4 4
3
3

Off the field
Access/ location Spectator facilities Media/ reporting facilities Canteen
2
2
0
3

Event features
Game conduct Information/ announcements Music/ entertainment Visibility/ availability Lasting legacy Value for money
2
1
0
2
2
N/A

Voici les parties d'autres équipes que l'on surveille :
  • les Gee-Gees de l'université d'Ottawa, qui comptent parmi ses membres Bryce Vieira, vont jouer contre les Gryphons de l'université Guelph le samedi, 26 septembre à 13 heures sur la route. On peut régarder le match à travers du site web stretchinternet.com
  • les Stingers de l'université Concordia, où l'on peut trouver plusieurs anciens joueurs des Stallions comme Cody Briggs, Jack Louisdorf et Quaid Johnson, vont affronter les champions en titre de la Coupe Vanier, les Carabins de l'université de Montréal le samedi, 26 septembre à 14 heures à domicile
  • les Jr. Raiders de Chateauguay vont jouer contre le Génie É.T.S. le samedi, 26 septembre à 18 heures au Collège St-Jean-Vianney à Montréal
  • les personnes qui se souviennent de Jesse St-James, qui jouait pour les Stallions jusqu'au niveau pee-wee, seront contents de savoir qu'il sera à Montréal avec l'équipe d'Axemen de l'université d'Acadia pour leur match contre les Redmen de McGill le samedi, 26 septembre à 13 heures au Stade Molson de Montréal
Here are the games of other teams that we are watching:
  • the Ottawa Gee-Gees, where Bryce Vieira is playing, will face the University of Guelph Gryphons on Saturday, September 26 at 1 pm on the road. Their game can be seen on the stretchinternet.com website
  • the Concordia Stingers, where several former Stallions such as Cody Briggs, Jack Louisdorf and Quaid Johnson are playing, will face the reigning Vanier Cup champions the University of Montreal Carabins at their home field on Saturday, September 26 at 2 pm
  •  the Chateauguay Jr. Raiders are playing against the É.T.S. le Génie team on Saturday, September 26 at 6 pm at the St-Jean-Vianney College in Montreal
  •  people who remember Jesse St-James, who played for the Stallions up to the pee-wee level, will be happy to know that he will be visiting Montreal with his Acadia Axemen team to play against the McGill Redmen on Saturday, September 26 at 1 pm at Molson Stadium in Montreal


jeudi/Thursday 24 septembre, 2015

(16 h) É.S. Soulanges juvenile 27 @ É.S. St-Laurent 12
(terrain/field: Parc Marcel-Laurin, St-Laurent, QC)

vendredi/Friday 25 septembre, 2015

(16 h) Collège Bourget cadet 22 @ Collège Mont-Saint-Louis 6
(terrain/field: Collège Mont-Saint-Louis, Montreal, QC)

(16 h) Collège Bourget juvenile 26 vs É.S. Chêne-Bleu juvenile 14
(terrain/field: É.S. Chêne-Bleu, Pincourt, QC)

(16 h 15) É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes juvenile 27 @ É.S. Jean-Grou 28
(terrain/field: É.S. Jean-Grou, Montreal, QC)

samedi/Saturday 26 septembre, 2015

(9 h 30)  É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes cadet 21 vs É.S. Chêne-Bleu cadet 14
(terrain/field: É.S. Chêne-Bleu, Pincourt, QC)

(13 h 30) Stallions Pee-wee AAA 32 @ Sunnybrooke 30
(terrain/field: Parc Glenn F. McHugh, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, QC)

(20 h) Cégep F.-X.-Garneau 22 vs Vanier College Cheetahs 19
(terrain/field: Vanier College, St-Laurent, QC)

(20 h) John Abbott College Islanders 32 @ Cégeo St-Jean-sur-Richelieue 30
(terrain/field: Stade Alphonse-Desjardins, St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC)

(20 h) Cégep de Sherbrooke 23 vs Cégep de Valleyfield Noir et Or 40
(terrain/field: Cégep de Valleyfield, Valleyfield, QC)

dimanche/Sunday 27 septembre, 2015

(13 h) Stallions Midget 20 @ Sherbrooke 7
(terrain/field: Parc Sylvie-Daigle, Sherbrooke, QC)
 
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Si on prenait en compte les résultats des parties déjà jouées, les Bulldogs de Sherbrooke auraient dû remporter ce match. Après tout, ils ont battu les Vicas de Victoriaville 14 à 12, l'équipe contre laquelle les Stallions ont perdu 20 à 0 la semaine dernière. En fait, les Stallions ont fait paraître leur exploit plus difficile qu'elle l'était, mais finalement la profondeur de leur alignement leur a donné un avantage décisif vers une victoire de 20 à 7.

Les Bulldogs de Sherbrooke ont commencé le match en force, profitant d'une bonne position sur le terrain après une tentative échouée d'un botté d'envoi court des Stallions. Ils ont utilisé un mixte de courses et de passes pour avancer 54 verges en huit jeux, terminant leur attaque avec un touché sur une course de 3 verges par le joueur B n ° 81 pour ainsi mettre l'équipe locale en avant 7 à 0 tôt dans le match (botté de transformation de B n ° 81). Lors de la série offensive suivante, l'attaque des Stallions avait rendu le ballon à cause de verges non gagnées, mais ils ont pu retourner sur le terrain immédiatement quand le joueur S n ° 33 avait arraché le ballon au porteur des Bulldogs et il l'avait amené jusqu'à la ligne de 39 verges de Sherbrooke. Quatre jeux plus tard, S n ° 88 avait marqué un touché sur une passe captée de 16 verges pour réduire l'écart à 7 à 6 (botté de transformation bloqué).

Toutefois, les unités offensives des deux équipes ont ensuite failli à avancer le ballon et les seuls points qui ont été marqués sont arrivés sur un botté de placement de 27 verges par S n ° 88 pour rendre le pointage 9 à 7 pour les Stallions à la pause de la mi-temps.

Au début de la seconde demie, les Stallions ont augmenté leur avance à 11 à 7 grâce à une touche de sûreté quand le porteur de ballon des Bulldogs a été plaqué dans la zone des buts et leur attaque avait réussi quelques poussées offensives prometteuses, mais elles ont été terminées prématurément en raison de revirements. Une seule série s'est achevée avec un touché à la fin du 3e quart quand le quart des Stallions est entré dans la zone des buts sur une course de 3 verges après une séquence de 11 jeux pour 75-verges qui avait fait écouler presque sept minutes de temps du jeu et qui avait rendu le pointage 18 à 7 (botté de transformation de S n ° 88). Une autre touche de sûreté concédée par Sherbrooke vers la fin du 4e quart avait porté le pointage à 20 à 7, mais les Bulldogs se sont trouvés alors avec une chance de rendre le match plus serré quand ils ont récupéré un échappé à la ligne de 34 verges des Stallions avec 2:12 à jouer encore. Ils ont avancé à moins de cinq verges de la zone des buts, mais S n ° 4 avait éteint tout espoir que les Bulldogs avaient de remonter quand il avait intercepté une passe destinée pour un touché dans la zone des buts pour sceller la victoire des Stallions.

À l'attaque, le joueur S n ° 30 s'est démarqué avec 132 verges sur 25 portées du ballon, alors qu'à la défense les joueurs qui se sont démarqués étaient S n ° 12 et S n ° 33 qui ont chacun récupéré un échappé et S n ° 4 qui a fait une l'interception. S n ° 47 a contribué deux sacs du quart.
Judging from earlier results in the season, the Sherbrooke Bulldogs should have been the favorites to win this game. After all, they beat the Victoriaville Vicas 14-12, the team to which the Stallions lost 20-0 last week. As it turned out, Stallions made it look more difficult than it should have been but eventually the depth of their roster gave them the decisive advantage on the way to a 20-7 victory.

The Sherbrooke Bulldogs started the game strong, taking advantage of a good starting position after an unsuccessful short kickoff by the Stallions. They used a mixture of runs and passes to move 54 yards in eight plays, finishing with a 3-yd TD run by B#81 to give the home team the early 7-0 lead (B#81 convert kick). Stallions offense then turned the ball over on downs on the ensuing possession but they got it right back when S#33 stripped the ball from the Bulldogs running back and brought it back to the Sherbrooke 39-yd line. Four plays later, S#88 scored a TD on a 16-yd catch to narrow the gap to 7-6 (convert kick blocked).

However, both offenses struggled to move the ball after that and the only points that were scored came on a 27-yd field goal by S#88 to make the score 9-7 for the Stallions at the half time break.

At the start of the second half, Stallions increased their lead to 11-7 thanks to a safety when Bulldogs running back was tackled in the end zone and their offense was putting together some good drives, but they were ending prematurely because of turnovers. Only one of them ended with a touchdown late in the 3rd quarter when Stallions QB got into the end zone on a 3-yd run after an 11-play, 75-yd drive that consumed almost seven minutes off the play clock and made the score 18-7 (S#88 convert kick). A safety conceded by the Sherbrooke late in the 4th quarter made the score 20-7 but the Bulldogs then had a chance to make the game close when they recovered a fumble at the Stallions 34-yd line with 2:12 left to play. They got to within five yards of the end zone but S#4 extinguished any hope that the Bulldogs had of mounting a comeback when he intercepted a potential touchdown pass in the end zone to seal the victory for the Stallions.

On offense, S#30 stood out with 132 yards on 25 carries while on defense the players who stood out were S#12 and S#33 who each recovered a fumble and S#4 who had the interception. S#47 contributed two sacks.


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

Some pictures taken during the game
(189 photos with captions)
Parc Sylvie-Daigle, Sherbrooke, QC
QMFL, Wilbert Scott div., 27 Sep. 2015 1:00 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
Sherbrooke Bulldogs - TD, B#81 3-yd run (B#81 convert kick) 2:57
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#88 16-yd catch (convert kick blocked) 8:11
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - FG, S#88 27-yd 9:56
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - Safety, B#91 tackled in the end zone 6:35
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#5 2-yd run (S#88 convert kick) 13:29
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - Safety, conceded by B#81 11:35

St-Lazare Stallions
 
6
3
9
2

20
Sherbrooke Bulldogs
 
7
0
0
0

7

Attendance – approximately 100-120

Evaluation de l'événement sur une échelle de 0 à 5 Event evaluation on a scale from 0 to 5.

On the field
Playing field Team participation Officials Participant facilities
4 3
3
1

Off the field
Access/ location Spectator facilities Media/ reporting facilities Canteen
3 4
4
2

Event features
Game conduct Information/ announcements Music/ entertainment Visibility/ availability Lasting legacy Value for money
2
0
0
2
2
N/A

Voici les parties des trois autres équipes que l'on surveille :
  • les Gee-Gees de l'université d'Ottawa, qui comptent parmi ses membres Bryce Vieira, vont jouer contre les Lancers de l'université Windsor le samedi, 19 septembre à 13 heures sur leur propre terrain. On peut régarder le match à travers du site web stretchinternet.com
  • les Stingers de l'université Concordia, où l'ancien joueur des Stallions Quaid Johnson joue à la position de quart-arrière, vont affronter l'équipe des Redmen de l'université McGill le samedi, 19 septembre à 14 heures à domicile
  • les Jr. Raiders de Chateauguay vont jouer contre les champions en titre les Sabercats de la Rive-Nord le dimanche, 20 septembre à 17 heures au Parc Cartier à Laval
Here are the games of the other three teams that we are watching:
  • the Ottawa Gee-Gees, where Bryce Vieira is playing, will face the University of Windsor Lancers on Saturday, September 19 at 1 pm on their home field. Their game can be seen on the stretchinternet.com website
  • the Concordia Stingers, where former Stallion Quaid Johnson is playing at the QB position, will face the McGill Redmen at their home field on Saturday, September 19 at 2 pm
  •  the Chateauguay Jr. Raiders are playing against the reigning champions, the Rive-Nord Sabercats on Sunday, September 20 at 5 pm at the Cartier Park in Laval

jeudi/Thursday 17 septembre, 2015

(16 h 30) Chêne-Bleu cadet 2 @ College Sainte-Anne 42
(terrain/field: É.S. Dalbé-Viau, Lachine, QC)

(16 h 30) Cité-des-Jeunes cadet 7 @ É.S. Dorval-Jean-XXIII 0
abandon / forfeit
(terrain/field: É.S. Dorval-Jean-XXIII, Dorval, QC)

vendredi/Friday 18 septembre, 2015

(16 h) É.S. Dalbé-Viau 30 vs Collège Bourget 25
(terrain/field: Collège Bourget, Rigaud, QC)

(19 h) É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes juvenile 35 vs Collège Bourget juvenile 16
(terrain/field: Collège Bourget, Rigaud, QC)

(19 h) É.S. Jean-Grou 48 vs É.S. Chêne-Bleu juvenile 23
(terrain/field: É.S. Chêne-Bleu, Pincourt, QC)

samedi/Saturday 19 septembre, 2015

(13 h) Vanier Cheetahs 20 @ Cégep Lévis-Lauzon 50
(terrain/field: Cégep de Lévis-Lauzon, Lévis, QC)

(13 h) Cégep Lionel-Groulx 36 vs John Abbott Islanders 25
(terrain/field: Memorial Stadium, John Abbott College, Saint-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC)



(16 h) Drummondville 13 vs Stallions Bantam 25
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)
 
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La traduction est en cours. Désolé. This was a game for people who like turnovers, the football kind like fumbles and interceptions, and not the culinary type like apple or cherry. The Drummondville Vandoos contributed nine of them while the Stallions had four and, because it is written in the football bible that teams with fewer turnovers win games, the Stallions bantam team earned a victory and improved their season record to 4-3.

Adapting to the difficult playing conditions caused by heavy rain, Stallions gained most of their yards on the ground although they still managed to complete enough passes to make their passing game a credible threat. The Vandoos, on the other hand, relied more on passing, and at first glance the 191 yards that they gained in the air seem impressive, except that they had only four completions out of 21 attempts and that 185 of those yards came on their two scoring plays where their speedy receivers were able to evade the Stallions defenders and sprint to the end zone. Otherwise, they would be two for 19 and a grand total of six yards.

After fumbling the ball on their first two possessions, they started their third drive from their own 53-yd line with a 12-yd pass but the next seven plays were all runs, the last one a 1-yd plunge into the end zone by S#29 to take a 6-0 lead that they would never relinquish (convert kick blocked). While the Vandoos were turning the ball over, Stallions increased their lead to 12-0 with a 70-yd catch-and-run play by S#24 mid way through the second quarter, which held up until the half time break.

The Vandoos narrowed the gap to 12-6 in the third quarter when they their QB dumped a short pass the V#85 at the line of scrimmage, who was then able to shake off a couple of defenders and run 82 yards to the end zone. However, Stallions got those points right back on the ensuing kickoff when S#19 picked up the ball at his own 38-yd line and with some good blocking was able to run down the sidelines for a touchdown to make the score 18-6.

Early in the 4th quarter, Stallions took advantage of one of the many Vandoos turnovers and increased their lead to 25-6 with a 28-yd TD run by S#29 (S#13 convert kick). Late in the game, the visitors made the final score 25-13 when they scored a TD on a 103-yd catch-and-run play by V#80 (V#17 convert kick).

On offense, S#29 stood out with 126 yards on 13 carries while S#24 picked up 124 yards on four catches. On defense, S#12, S#46 and S#50 combined to make three sacks while S#50 and S#75 has three and two fumble recoveries respectively. The lone interception was made by S#80.


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

Some pictures taken during the game
(178 photos with captions)
Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC
QBFL, Earl de la Perralle div., 19 Sep. 2015, 4:00 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#29 1-yd run (convert kick blocked) 9:32
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#24 70-yd catch (convert kick failed) 6:05
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
Drummondville Vandoos - TD, V#85 82-yd catch (convert kick failed) 7:35
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#19 72-yd kickoff return (convert kick failed) 7:48
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#29 28-yd run (S#13 convert kick) 3:44
Drummondville Vandoos - TD, V#80 103-yd catch (V#17 convert kick) 12:46

Drummondville Vandoos
 
0
0
6
7

13
St-Lazare Stallions
 
6
6
6
7

25

Attendance – approximately 100-120

Evaluation de l'événement sur une échelle de 0 à 5 Event evaluation on a scale from 0 to 5.

On the field
Playing field Team participation Officials Participant facilities
4 3
3
3

Off the field
Access/ location Spectator facilities Media/ reporting facilities Canteen
3 3
0
2

Event features
Game conduct Information/ announcements Music/ entertainment Visibility/ availability Lasting legacy Value for money
2
0
0
2
2
N/A



(19 h) Victoriaville 20 vs Stallions Midget 0
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, Q C)
 
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La traduction est en cours. Désolé Turnovers proved costly for the Stallions midget team. With the help from a constant driving rain, they turned the ball over five times during the game and the visiting Victoriaville Vicas took advantage of three of them to score 13 of their 20 points. For their part, the Vicas had four turnovers but Stallions could not capitalize on any of them.

Stallions got off to a bad start at the beginning of the game when they fumbled the ball on the kickoff return and the Vicas took over at the Stallions 25-yd line. They got as close as 10 yards from the end zone but a penalty forced them to settle for a 25-yd field goal by V#25 to take the early 3-0 lead. Stallions then had to punt on the ensuing drive but it looked like they were in a good position when the ball went out of bounds at the Vicas 33-yd line. However, a couple of penalties against the home team gave the visitors a first down just inside Stallions territory near center field. Three plays later, V#80 increased the lead for Victoriaville to 10-0 with a 52-yd catch-and-run play (V#9 convert kick).

The two teams then exchanged punts and turnovers until late in the 2nd quarter when Stallions turned the ball over on downs at the Vicas 50-yd line. Victoriaville then put together an 8-play, 41-yd drive that was kept alive by a couple of penalties against the Stallions and which finished with a 26-yd field goal by V#25 to give them a 13-0 lead at the half time break.

In the 3rd quarter, Victoriaville took advantage of another opportunity when Stallions turned the ball over at their own 35-yd line with a fumble. This time, they only needed one play, a 37-yd catch-and-run effort by V#16 to score a touchdown that gave the Vicas a 20-0 lead. Each team turned the ball over twice after that but neither one was able to score any points.

No player stood out on offense, but on defense S#31 and S#33 each had an interception while S#20 led with the most tackles.

Another report on this game can be found on the web site of the La Nouvelle Union newspaper.

Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC
QMFL, Wilbert Scott div., 19 Sep. 2015, 7:40 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
Victoriaville Vicas - FG, V#25 25-yd 3:13
Victoriaville Vicas - TD, V#80 52-yd catch (V#9 convert kick) 9:44
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
Victoriaville Vicas - FG, V#25 26-yd 13:33
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
Victoriaville Vicas - TD, V#16 37-yd catch (V#25 convert kick) 9:20
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
pas de pointage / no scoring

Victoriaville Vicas
 
10
3
7
0

20
St-Lazare Stallions
 
0
0
0
0

0

Attendance – approximately 80-100

Evaluation de l'événement sur une échelle de 0 à 5 Event evaluation on a scale from 0 to 5.

On the field
Playing field Team participation Officials Participant facilities
4 4
3
3

Off the field
Access/ location Spectator facilities Media/ reporting facilities Canteen
3 3
0
3

Event features
Game conduct Information/ announcements Music/ entertainment Visibility/ availability Lasting legacy Value for money
2
0
0
2
2
N/A



(19 h) Cégep Beauce-Appallaches 0 vs Valleyfield Noir et Or 49
(terrain/field: Cégep Valleyfield, Valleyfield, QC)

dimanche/Sunday 20 septembre, 2015

(11 h 30) Chateauguay 49 vs Stallions Pee-wee 12
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)

(13 h 30) Chateauguay 33 vs Stallions Moustique 6
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)


Quelques photos prises au cours de la 2e demie du match
(58 photos)

Some pictures taken during the 2nd half of the game
(58 photos)

(15 h 30) Chateauguay Black 6 vs Stallions Atôme 42
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)
Outres les parties indiquées ci-dessous, les matchs qu'il faut surveiller cette fin de semaine sont les suivants :
  • les Gee-Gees de l'université d'Ottawa, qui comptent parmi ses membres Bryce Vieira, vont jouer contre les Marauders de l'université McMaster à Hamilton le samedi, 12 septembre à 13 heures
  • les Stingers de l'université Concordia, où l'ancien joueur des Stallions Quaid Johnson joue à la position de quart-arrière, vont affronter l'équipe des Gaiters de l'université Bishop's le samedi, 12 septembre à 13 heures au Stade Coulter à Lennoxville
Il est aussi important de mentionner que les Jr. Raiders de Chateauguay vont jouer leur 2e match à domicile le vendredi, 11 septembre à 20 heures à l'école sécondaire Louis-Philippe-Paré à Chateauguay contre les Jr. Bruizers de la Rive-Sud.
In addition to the games listed below, other interesting ones to watch this weekend will be:
  • the Ottawa Gee-Gees, where Bryce Vieira is playing, who face the McMaster University Marauders on Saturday, September 12 at 1 pm in Hamilton
  • the Concordia Stingers, where former Stallion Quaid Johnson is playing at the QB position, who face the ishop's University Gaiters at Coulter Field in Lennoxville on Saturday, September 12 at 1 pm.
It is also important to mention that the Chateauguay Jr. Raiders are playing their second home game on Friday, September 11 at 8 pm at the Louis-Philippe-Paré High School in Chateauguay against the South Shore Jr. Bruizers.

jeudi/Thursday 10 septembre, 2015

(14 h 30) Collège Bourget cadet 6 @ Loyola 35
(terrain/field: Concordia Stadium, Notre-Dame-de-Grace (Montreal), QC)

(16 h) É.S. Soulanges juvenile 41 @ É.S. Louis-Joseph-Papineau 6
(terrain/field: Stade Hébert, St-Léonard, QC)

(16 h 30) Dorval-Jean-XXIII 0 vs Chêne-Bleu cadet 7
(abandon / forfeit)
(terrain/field: É.S. Chêne-Bleu, Pincourt, QC)

vendredi/Friday 11 septembre, 2015

(14 h) É.S. Chêne-Bleu juvenile 21 vs Cité-des-Jeunes juvenile 39
(terrain/field: É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC)

(17 h) Collège Bourget juvenile 15 @ É.S. Jean-Grou 8
(terrain/field: É.S. Jean-Grou, Montreal, QC)

(18 h) Collège Sainte-Anne 26 vs Cité-des-Jeunes cadet 12
(terrain/field: É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC)



(20 h) Rive-Sud Jr. Bruizers 22 vs Chateauguay Jr. Raiders 38
(terrain/field: É.S. Louis-Philippe-Paré, Chateauguay, QC)

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La traduction est en cours. Désolé. The Chateauguay Jr. Raiders keep improving as a team and their win against the Jr. Bruizers showed how much they are getting better. Their offense is getting better, they are taking fewer penalties and they're cutting down on turnovers. If they can only find a way to sustain some long drives in order to give their defense some time to rest they will be a formidable opponent to every other team in the league.

The Jr. Raiders went on offense at the start of the game and they had a great opportunity to score some points quickly after Ryan Malik-Forrest returned the opening kickoff 68 yards to the Jr. Bruizers 17-yd line, but they were only able to advance seven yards on the next two plays. They went for it on 3rd down but Alex Cronn was stopped at the line of scrimmage and they turned the ball over on downs. However, the defense then forced the Jr. Bruizers to punt and the offense went back on the field just seven yards outside the end zone after Jordan McLaren-Thompson first gained 10 yards on the punt return and then made a lateral pass to Christopher Fields who got 33 more. Two plays later, Malik-Forrest scored the first TD of the game on a 1-yd run to give the home team an early 7-0 lead (Alexandre Audette convert kick).

The score held up until early in the 2nd quarter when the visitors mounted an offensive series where they gained 61 yards on five running plays that gave them a first down at the Jr. Raiders 4-yd line. Another run by Kevin Danis got them two yards closer but a pass attempt into the end zone on 2nd down was dropped and they settled for a field goal to make the score 7-3. However, the Jr. Bruizers offense was much more effective on its next drive when they took advantage of a Chateauguay turnover and scored a touchdown on a 27-yd catch by Joel-Karim Zoungrana to go in front 10-7 (Matthew Veiga convert kick).

It looked like the score would not change before the half time as the teams traded punts but the Jr. Raiders put that idea to rest when they got the ball at the Jr. Bruizers 40-yd line with 2:35 left to play in the 1st half. It only took one play, a great catch-and-run effort by Daniel Mancini, to put the home team back in front 14-10. The Chateauguay offense barely had time to get a sip of water on the sidelines when they had to go right back on the field after Julian McLaren-Thompson intercepted a pass on the first play from scrimmage by the Jr. Bruizers and returned it to the 17-yd line with 2:03 still on the clock. It then only took two plays before Malik-Forrest scored his second TD of the game on a 1-yd run to increase the home team's lead to 21-10 at the half time break.

In the 3rd quarter, the Jr. Raiders offense kept rolling along and scored 10 points while the Jr. Bruizers could only respond with a field goal, which made the score 31-13 at the end of the 3rd quarter. Julian McLaren-Thompson made it 38-13 early in the 4th quarter when he returned a Jr. Bruizers punt for a touchdown. Finally, a safety conceded by Chateauguay and a touchdown by the visitors with only 11 seconds left on the clock rounded out the scoring in the game.

Mancini made the biggest contribution on offense with 169 yards on four catches while Fields, Kevin Glanville and Julian McLaren-Thompson stood out on defense with one interception each while Jordan McLaren-Thompson had a sack and a fumble recovery.

É.S. Louis-Philippe-Paré, Chateauguay, QC
QJFL, 11 Sep. 2015, H8:00 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
Chateauguay Jr. Raiders - TD, Ryan Malik Forrest 1-yd run (Alexandre Audette convert kick) 4:19
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
Rive-Sud Jr. Bruizers - FG, Matthew Veiga 8-yd 1:43
Rive-Sud Jr. Bruizers - TD, Joel Karim Zoungrana 27-yd catch (Matthew Veiga convert kick) 6:36
Chateauguay Jr. Raiders - TD, Daniel Mancini 40-yd catch (Alexandre Audette convert kick) 12:34
Chateauguay Jr. Raiders - TD, Ryan Malik Forrest 1-yd run (Alexandre Audette convert kick) 13:16
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
Chateauguay Jr. Raiders - FG, Alexandre Audette 15-yd 4:41
Chateauguay Jr. Raiders - Rouge, Alexandre Audette 4:41
Rive-Sud Jr. Bruizers - FG, Matthew Veiga 18-yd 11:24
Chateauguay Jr. Raiders - TD, Daniel Mancini 57-yd catch (convert kick failed) 13:23
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
Chateauguay Jr. Raiders - TD, Julian McLaren Thompson 20-yd punt return (Alexandre Audette convert kick) 2:57
Rive-Sud Jr. Bruizers - Safety, conceded by Alexandre Audette 12:57
Rive-Sud Jr. Bruizers - TD, Ryan Malik Forrest 6-yd run (Alexandre Audette convert kick) 14:49

Rive-Sud Jr. Bruizers
 
0
10
3
9

22
Chateauguay Jr. Raiders
 
7
14
10
7

38

Attendance – approximately 160-180

Evaluation de l'événement sur une échelle de 0 à 5 Event evaluation on a scale from 0 to 5.

On the field
Playing field Team participation Officials Participant facilities
4 4
3
3

Off the field
Access/ location Spectator facilities Media/ reporting facilities Canteen
2
2
0
3

Event features
Game conduct Information/ announcements Music/ entertainment Visibility/ availability Lasting legacy Value for money
2
0
0
2
2
2


samedi/Saturday 12 septembre, 2015

(13 h) Stallions Bantam 20 @ St-Bruno 37
(terrain/field: Parc Rabastalière, St-Bruno, QC)
 
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La traduction est en cours. Désolé. Never take your opponent for granted. This is the lesson that the St-Bruno Barons should have learned from this game because, whether intentionally or unintentionally, they certainly didn't appear to take the Stallions seriously. They played with little intensity in the first half and Stallions took advantage of it. It was much different in the second half when the Barons relied on their larger roster - they had 36 players compared to 23 for the Stallions – to keep Stallions off the scoreboard and to take control of the game.

The Barons tried to surprise the Stallions at the start of the game with a short kickoff but the ball went out of bounds and Stallions went on offense from their own 51-yd line. After advancing five yards on the first two plays, Stallions QB then threw a pass to S#24 who caught it in stride at the 20-yd line and then raced into the end zone to put his team in front 7-0 (S#13 convert kick) after less than two minutes had ticked off the game clock.

After S#50 got the ball right back by recovering a fumble, Stallions offense got to the Barons' 17-yd line but they turned it over on downs. The Barons then tied it up 7-7 on the ensuing possession with a 93-yd catch-and-run pay by B#11 (B#35 convert kick). The ensuing offensive drive by the Stallions was very similar to the first one, with Stallions getting the ball at the 50-yd line because of the ball going out of bounds on a short kickoff attempt by the Barons, but this time it took them six plays before they scored S#24 scored a TD on a 20-yd catch on a 4th down to retake the lead by a score of 14-7 (S#13 convert kick).

Stallions then increased their lead to 20-7 a few minutes later when S#83 intercepted a pass at the Barons' 30-yd line and ran into the end zone for a TD (convert kick blocked).

For the rest of the 1st half, however, the two teams traded punts and turnovers and the score stayed unchanged at the half time break. At the start of the 2nd half, however, the Barons started to play with a lot more intensity and it paid off immediately for them because on their first play from scrimmage B#29 broke through the Stallions d-line and ran 92 yards to score a TD that narrowed the gap to 20-14. While the Stallions turned the ball over on five of their seven possessions in the second half (they punted on the other two), the Barons scored three touchdowns on their first five drives that put them in control of the game and made the final score 37-20.

S#24 stood out on offense with 110 yards on four catches and two TDs. On defense, the players who stood out were S#83, who had a sack and an interception, S#50 with a sack and a fumble recovery, while S#12, S#19 and S#24 had a sack, a fumble recover and an interception respectively.

After the game, the local organizers announced that B#35 and S#24 were selected as the outstanding players of the game for each team.


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

Some pictures taken during the game
(225 photos with captions)
Parc Rabastalière, St-Bruno, QC
QBFL, Earl de la Perralle div., 12 Sep. 2015, 1:00 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#24 54-yd catch (S#13 convert kick) 1:47
St-Bruno Barons - TD, B#11 93-yd catch (B#35 convert kick) 5:51
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#24 20-yd catch (S#13 convert kick) 9:31
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#83 30-yd INT return (convert kick blocked) 10:25
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
pas de pointage / no scoring
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
St-Bruno Barons - TD, B#29 92-yd run (B#35 convert kick) 0:47
St-Bruno Barons - Safety, conceded by S#24 3:11
St-Bruno Barons - TD, B#1 2-yd run (B#35 convert kick) 9:55
St-Bruno Barons - TD, B#29 7-yd run (B#35 convert kick) 14:30
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
St-Bruno Barons - TD, B#1 1-yd run (B#35 convert kick) 10:49

St-Lazare Stallions
 
20
0
0
0

20
St-Bruno Barons
 
7
0
23
7

37

Attendance – approximately 60-80

Evaluation de l'événement sur une échelle de 0 à 5 Event evaluation on a scale from 0 to 5.

On the field
Playing field Team participation Officials Participant facilities
4 4
3
3

Off the field
Access/ location Spectator facilities Media/ reporting facilities Canteen
2
3
0
3

Event features
Game conduct Information/ announcements Music/ entertainment Visibility/ availability Lasting legacy Value for money
4
3
3
2
2
N/A



(19 h) Laval-Nord 6 vs Stallions Midget 16
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)
 
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La traduction est en cours. Désolé. As the game progressed, there was an unmistakable sense of déjà vu all over again because it was almost exactly one year earlier (Sep. 13, 2014) that the midget Stallions played against the Lanaudière Rhinos and they struggled against an opponent that they should have defeated easily. Just like the game last year, the weather was cold, windy and it was raining, their opponents did not have any offense but because of Stallions' turnovers the game ended up being very close and Stallions finally prevailed 21-8.

This game started with a scoreless first quarter as Stallions turned the ball over on their first two possessions while the Scorpions played it safe and they punted after going three-and-out on their first three drives. At the start of the 2nd quarter, Stallions offense used big plays to go 86 yards in five plays and scored the first points of the game on a 51-yd run by S#19 to go in front 6-0 (convert kick was blocked). After an exchange of punts, the Scorpions responded with their only good drive of the game, using a mix of runs and passes to go 62 yards in 11 plays, to score a touchdown on a 13-yd catch by L#3 to make the score 6-6 at the half time break.

In the 2nd half, while the Scorpions offense went three-and-out each time it had the ball, Stallions were able to score all the points they would need to win the game. First, on a field goal from 23 yards out by S#88 and then with a touchdown by S#25 on an 18-yd run.

S#19 and S#25 made the biggest contributions on offense with 89 yards on 10 carries and 88 yards on 13 carries respectively.
On defense, S#4 and S#68 combined to make five sacks while S#20 recovered a fumble.

Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC
QMFL, Wilbert Scott div., 12 Sep. 2015, 7:00 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
pas de pointage / no scoring
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#19 51-yd run (convert kick blocked) 1:11
Laval-Nord Scorpions - TD, L#3 13-yd catch (convert kick failed) 11:03
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - FG, S#88 23-yd 12:39
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#25 18-yd run (S#88 convert kick) 1:15

Laval-Nord Scorpions
 
0
6
0
0

6
St-Lazare Stallions
 
0
6
3
7

16

Attendance – approximately 60-80

Evaluation de l'événement sur une échelle de 0 à 5 Event evaluation on a scale from 0 to 5.

On the field
Playing field Team participation Officials Participant facilities
4 3
3
3

Off the field
Access/ location Spectator facilities Media/ reporting facilities Canteen
3 3
0
3

Event features
Game conduct Information/ announcements Music/ entertainment Visibility/ availability Lasting legacy Value for money
2
0
0
2
2
N/A



(19 h) Champlain-Lennoxville College 32 vs Vanier Cheetahs 10
(terrain/field: Vanier College, St-Laurent, QC)

(19 h) Cégep Drummondville 6 vs Valleyfield Noir et Or 44
(terrain/field: Cégep Valleyfield, Valleyfield, QC)

(19 h 30) John Abbott Islanders 54 @ Cégep Victoriaville 8
(terrain/field: Stade Yvon-Paré, Victoriaville, QC)

dimanche/Sunday 13 septembre, 2015

(11 h 30) Sunnybrooke 26 vs Stallions Pee-wee 33
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, Sherbrooke, QC)

(13 h 30) Sunnybrooke 26 vs Stallions Moustique 38
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)

Finalement, c'est aux équipes scolaires d'entamer leur saison de football 2015 cette fin de semaine. Toutes les équipes locales sont en aciton sauf les Pionniers de l'école sécondaire Soulanges qui vont jouer leur premier match la semaine prochaine.

Aussi, il est important à noter que la saison 2015 du football universitaire commence cette fin de semaine et les deux équipes qu'il faut surveiller sont :
  • les Gee-Gees de l'université d'Ottawa, qui comptent parmi ses membres Bryce Vieira, vont jouer à domicile contre les Golden Gaels de l'université Queen's le dimanche, 6 septembre à 13 heures
  • les Stingers de l'université Concordia, où l'ancien joueur des Stallions Quaid Johnson joue à la position de quart-arrière, vont affronter l'équipe de Vert et Or de l'université de Sherbrooke le vendredi, 4 septembre à 19 heures au Stade Concordia
Il faut aussi mentionner que les Jr. Raiders de Chateauguay vont jouer leur premier match à domicile le dimanche, 6 septembre à 14 heures à l'école sécondaire Louis-Philippe-Paré à Chateauguay contre les champions en titre de la LFJQ les Sabercats de la Rive-Nord.
And finally, it's the high school teams that start their 2015 football season this weekend. All the local teams are in action except the Soulanges High School Pionniers, who play their first game next week.

It's also important to note that university football season is starting this weekend and the two teams that will be the most interesting ones to watch will be:
  • the Ottawa Gee-Gees, where Bryce Vieira is playing, who face the Queen's Golden Gaels on Sunday, September 6 at 1 pm at their home field
  • the Concordia Stingers, where former Stallion Quaid Johnson is playing at the QB position, who face the University of Sherbrooke Vert et Or at Concordia Stadium on Friday, September 4 at 7 pm.
It should also be mentioned that the Chateauguay Jr. Raiders are playing their first home game on Sunday, September 6 at 2 pm at the Louis-Philippe-Paré High School in Chateauguay against the reigning QJFL champions the North Shore Sabercats.

vendredi/Friday 4 septembre, 2015

(15 h) Loyola 14 vs Collège Bourget juvenile 21
(terrain/field: Collège Bourget, Rigaud, QC)

(16 h 30) Selwyn House 26 vs Chêne-Bleu cadet 7
(terrain/field: É.S. Chêne-Bleu, Pincourt, QC)

(17 h) Lower Canada College 32 vs Cité-des-Jeunes cadet 22
(terrain/field: É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC)

(18 h) É.S. Édouard-Montpetit 8 vs Collège Bourget cadet 35
(terrain/field: Collège Bourget, Rigaud, QC)

(19 h 30) Dorval-Jean-XXIII 41 vs Chêne-Bleu juvenile 0
(terrain/field: É.S. Chêne-Bleu, Pincourt, QC)

(20 h) Lower Canada College 35 vs Cité-des-Jeunes juvenile 30
(terrain/field: É.S. Cité-des-Jeunes, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC)



(20 h) Stallions Bantam 28 @ St-Laurent 24
(terrain/field: Parc St-Laurent, St-Laurent, QC)

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La traduction est en cours. Désolé. There is a lot of talent on the St-Laurent team and even though only 20 players showed up for a game against the Stallions, who had 27 players, the Spartans still had a really good chance to win the game, or at least to salvage a tie, but their inability to score any points on converts proved to be costly.

Stallions went on offense first and they didn't waste any time to take a 7-0 lead when they moved 67 yards in seven plays into the end zone on a 1-yd carry by S#29 (S#13 convert kick). The Spartans' immediate response was a touchdown which saw them move 61-yd in just four plays but their 2-pt convert attempt was stopped and Stallions lead was reduced to 7-6. On their ensuing possession, however, they added to that lead with another TD, this time on a 1-yd QB-keeper, to make the score 14-6.

At the start of the 2nd quarter, the Spartans took advantage of one of four Stallions turnovers to narrow the gap to 14-12 with a 10-play, 61-yd scoring drive. This time, the home team tried a passing play on their 2-pt convert attempt but once again the play did not work. After an exchange of turnovers, Stallions put together another strong scoring drive, moving 59 yards in six plays to increase their lead to 21-12. The Spartans then got the ball at their own 43-yd line with only 1:03 left to play in the 1st half but they only needed one play, a 67-yd catch-and-run effort by Sp#9, to score their third TD of the game and make the score 21-18. Stallions still managed to get to within one yard of the end zone when they got the ball back and, on the last play of the 1st half with the clock running out, they tried another QB sneak but they were rejected by the Spartans d-line.

The home team opened the second half with a 60-yd touchdown drive to take a 24-21 lead for the first time in the game that looked like it might hold up. However, mid way through the 4th quarter, Stallions saved their best for last as they used up eight minutes of the game clock to go 80 yards in 14 plays to score a TD on another 1-yd carry by their QB that put them in front 28-24. They nearly gave it away when they turned the ball over on a fumble with 2:26 left to play but the Spartans could not capitalize on the opportunity and Stallions were then able to run out the clock.

On offense, Stallions QB made the biggest contribution with three touchdowns while St#29 gained 75 yards on 20 carries.
On defense, the players who stood out were St#11 and St#29, who each had a sack, while St#46 and St#50 combined to make two more.

Parc Saint-Laurent, St-Laurent, QC
QBFL, Earl de la Perralle div., 4 Sep. 2015 8 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, St#29 1-yd run (St#13 convert kick) 3:57
St-Laurent Spartans - TD, Sp#43 15-yd run (2-pt convert run failed) 5:36
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, St#2 1-yd run (St#13 convert kick) 8:30
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
St-Laurent Spartans - TD, Sp#9 5-yd catch (2-pt convert pass failed) 6:00
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, St#2 1-yd run (St#13 convert kick) 13:57
St-Laurent Spartans - TD, Sp#9 67-yd catch (2-pt convert pass failed) 14:13
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
St-Laurent Spartans - TD, Sp#21 10-yd catch (2-pt convert pass failed) 4:44
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, St#2 1-yd run (St#11 convert kick) 7:05

St-Lazare Stallions
 
14
7
0
7

28
St-Laurent Spartans
 
6
12
6
0

24

Attendance – approximately 60-70

Evaluation de l'événement sur une échelle de 0 à 5 Event evaluation on a scale from 0 to 5.

On the field
Playing field Team participation Officials Participant facilities
4 3
3
2

Off the field
Access/ location Spectator facilities Media/ reporting facilities Canteen
4
3
0
2

Event features
Game conduct Information/ announcements Music/ entertainment Visibility/ availability Lasting legacy Value for money
2
0
0
1
2
N/A


samedi/Saturday 5 septembre, 2015

(15 h) Valleyfield Noir et Or 46 @ Cégep Lionel-Groulx 37
(terrain/field: Parc Ducharme, Ste-Thérèse, QC)

(16 h) Lasalle White 28 vs Stallions Atôme 14
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)

(19 h) Cégep Vieux-Montréal 20 vs Vanier Cheetahs 44
(terrain/field: Vanier College, St-Laurent, QC)

(19 h) Cégep Drummondville 0 vs John Abbott Islanders 70
(terrain/field: Memorial Stadium, John Abbott College, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC)



(19 h) Boucherville 41 vs Stallions Midget 9
(terrain/field: Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC)

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La traduction est en cours. Désolé. Usually, when a football team has 18 penalties called against it for 177 yards it is not supposed to win, but the Boucherville Grizzlis, who had 45 players on their roster, were easily able to compensate for them with their offensive production and they won the game handily.

At the start of the game, it appeared that the Stallions were relying on the same strategy that the NY Giants used to beat the NE Patriots in Super Bowl XLII, which was to keep the ball away from their opponents for as long as possible in order to limit their scoring opportunities and it seemed to work during the first half. Stallions opened the game with a n 8-play, 28-yd offensive series that took 5:20 off the clock but they ended up punting. The Grizzlis then responded in kind and they put together a 9-play, 91-yd drive that gave them a 7-0 lead thanks to a 1-yd TD run by B#35 (B#1 convert kick). When Stallions offense went back on the field they kept the ball for over four minutes by running seven plays, moving 25 yards and punting again, but by then the first quarter was over.

In the 2nd quarter, Stallions took advantage of a Boucherville turnover to narrow the gap to 7-3 with a 32-yd FG by S#88 and it looked like that score might hold up until the half time, but with only 2:10 left to play a pass by the Stallions QB was intercepted by B#56 and returned to the 18-yd line. Five plays later, B#1 increased the Grizzlis lead to 14-3 with a 6-yd TD catch (B#1 kicked the convert). St-Lazare had another pass intercepted with only 33 seconds left to play in the 1st half, but this time it did not cost them any points.

Stallions surprised the visitors with a short kick at the start of the 2nd half, but they could not capitalize on the opportunity and they punted the ball. Grizzlis then responded with a quick scoring drive to increase their lead to 21-3. While the Stallions offense sputtered, the Grizzlis added another touchdown to make the score 28-3 at the end of the 3rd quarter.

In the 4th quarter, the score stayed unchanged as both teams seemed to be content with just letting the clock run out, but with less than six minutes left to play S#21 intercepted a pass at the Stallions 20-yd line and returned it near the center of the field. After a Boucherville penalty that moved the ball 15 yards closer to the end zone, Stallions offense then went on the field and went 38 yards in four plays to score a touchdown on a 5-yd catch by S#12 to narrow the gap to 28-9 (2-pt convert attempt failed). However, that only seemed to irritate the Grizzlis who responded with two quick TDs in the last four minutes of the game to make the final score 41-9.

No player stood out on offense but on defense S#4, S#12 and S#20 stood out with one fumble recovery each while S#21 had an interception.

Westwood Jr. H.S., St-Lazare, QC
QMFL, Wilbert Scott div., 5 Sep. 2015 7:00 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
Boucherville Grizzlis - TD, B#35 1-yd run (B#1 convert kick) 9:38
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - FG, S#88 32-yd 7:40
Boucherville Grizzlis - TD, B#1 6-yd catch (B#1 convert kick) 14:09
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
Boucherville Grizzlis - TD, B#86 29-yd catch (B#1 convert kick) 3:49
Boucherville Grizzlis - TD, B#80 20-yd catch (B#1 convert kick) 14:36
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
St-Lazare Stallions - TD, S#12 5-yd catch (2-pt convert pass failed) 11:05
Boucherville Grizzlis - TD, B#5 77-yd run (B#1 convert kick) 12:30
Boucherville Grizzlis - TD, B#16 19-yd run (convert kick failed) 14:05

Boucherville Grizzlis
 
7
7
14
13

41
St-Lazare Stallions
 
0
3
0
6

9

Attendance – approximately 200-220

Evaluation de l'événement sur une échelle de 0 à 5 Event evaluation on a scale from 0 to 5.

On the field
Playing field Team participation Officials Participant facilities
4 4
3
3

Off the field
Access/ location Spectator facilities Media/ reporting facilities Canteen
3 3
0
2

Event features
Game conduct Information/ announcements Music/ entertainment Visibility/ availability Lasting legacy Value for money
2
0
0
2
2
N/A

dimanche/Sunday 6 septembre, 2015

(14 h) Rive-Nord Sabercats 17 vs Chateauguay Jr. Raiders 24
(terrain/field: É.S. Louis-Philippe-Paré, Chateauguay, QC)

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La traduction est en cours. Désolé. If anyone still had any doubts that football is the best example of a team game they should have watched the way the Chateauguay Jr. Raiders defeated the reigning QJFL champions because they did it with contributions from everyone: the offense, the defense and the special teams. This game also turned out to be a contrast of two dramatically different halves of football. In the first half, the Jr. Raiders dominated the play and built up a 21-0 lead by taking advantage of Sabercats turnovers and penalties. In the second half, however, the Sabercats reduced their penalties to a single one and they in turn took advantage of Jr. Raiders turnovers to make the game close.

At the start of the game, after forcing the Sabercats to punt, the Jr. Raiders offense appeared poised to score a touchdown with a first down just a yard outside the end zone after a very efficient 6-play, 56-yd series but they got nothing after fumbling the ball. However, as a sign of things to come, they got the ball right back when Christopher Fields intercepted a Sabercats pass and returned it to the 5-yd line. Two plays later, Ryan-Malik Forrest scored a TD on a 2-yd run that gave the home team a 7-0 lead that they would never relinquish (Alexandre Audette convert kick).

Early in the 2nd quarter, it looked like the Sabercats were finally going to put some points on the board when they attempted a 34-yd field goal but Sanders Armand blocked the kick and Kevin Glanville picked up the ball and ran 75 yards into the end zone to increase the Jr. Raiders lead to 14-0. With less than four minutes left to play in the 1st half, the Sabercats were once again threatening to score by getting a first down at the Jr. Raiders 16-yd line but Julian McLaren-Thompson intercepted a pass and ran 105 yards to score a TD that gave the Jr. Raiders a 21-0 lead at the half time break.

Early in the 3rd quarter, the Jr. Raiders increased their lead to 24-0 with an 18-yd field goal by Audette but that's when the tide seemed to turn in the Sabercats favor. First, they got on the scoreboard with a 34-yd FG by Joel-Alexandre Laliberté-Dubé. Then, at the start of the 4th quarter, they took advantage of a Jr. Raiders turnover on downs when the ball went over the head of Remi Hort, who was lined up for a punt. Three plays later, S#1 caught a 1-yd pass in the end zone to narrow the gap to 24-10 (
Laliberté-Dubé convert kick).

With less than five minutes left to play in the game, the Sabercats got close to the Jr. Raiders end zone again but Julian McLaren-Thompson appeared to extinguish that threat when he made an interception. Unfortunately, he fumbled the ball during the return and Nelson Mode recovered it. The Sabercats didn't waste the opportunity and quickly turned it into seven points when Djomax Khelia-Mukuna caught a 5-yd pass in the end zone to make the score 24-17. The Sabercats got the ball two more times before the end of the game but each drive was cut short by an interception.

The players who stood out for the Jr. Raiders were Julian McLaren-Thompson, Fields and Jordan McLaren-Thompson who made interceptions (3, 2 and 1 respectively) as well as Glanville, Jevin-Jordan Richard and Jelani McLaren-Thompson who each recovered a fumble. Fields and Cullen Burrell led with the most tackles.


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

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


É.S. Louis-Philippe-Paré, Chateauguay, QC
QJFL, 6 Sep. 2015, 2:00 pm
COMPTE RENDU / SUMMARY
Premier Quart / First Quarter
Chateauguay Jr. Raiders - TD, Ryan Malik Forrest 2-yd run (Alexandre Audette convert kick) 7:26
Deuxième Quart / Second Quarter
Chateauguay Jr. Raiders - TD, Kevin Glanville 75-yd blocked FG return (Alexandre Audette convert kick) 3:31
Chateauguay Jr. Raiders - TD, Julian McLaren-Thompson 105-yd INT return (Alexandre Audette convert kick) 11:41
Troisième Quart / Third Quarter
Chateauguay Jr. Raiders - FG, Alexandre Audette 19-yd 4:06
Rive-Nord Sabercats - FG, Joel-Alexandre laliberté-Dubé 34-yd 6:22
Quatrième Quart / Fourth Quarter
Rive-Nord Sabercats - TD, Djomax Khelia Mukuna 5-yd catch (Joel-Alexandre laliberté-Dubé convert kick) 4:53
Rive-Nord Sabercats - TD, Dominique Romeus 1-yd catch (Joel-Alexandre Laliberté-Dubé convert kick) 11:20

Rive-Nord Sabercats
 
7
14
3
0

24
Chateauguay Jr. Raiders
 
0
0
3
14

17

Attendance – approximately 160-180

Evaluation de l'événement sur une échelle de 0 à 5 Event evaluation on a scale from 0 to 5.

On the field
Playing field Team participation Officials Participant facilities
4 4
3
3

Off the field
Access/ location Spectator facilities Media/ reporting facilities Canteen
2
2
0
3

Event features
Game conduct Information/ announcements Music/ entertainment Visibility/ availability Lasting legacy Value for money
2
0
0
2
2
N/A

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