Web Site Updates
Please note that the Toronto Raiders at G.T.A. All Stars game slated for Esther Shiner Stadium has been moved to Chinguacousy Park in Brampton with a 7:00 p.m. kick off.
Josh Gauthier of the Sault Ste. Marie Steelers has previously set some records that are impressive. However, this season, he has set the bar extremely high for future N.F.Cers!! They are:
Points in a Season
Last night of the regular season:
G.T.A. 68 at Oakville 6
Sudbury 30 at Hamilton 24
Ottawa 20 at Sarnia 34
Sault 62 at Raiders 0
Montreal 71 at Tri City 0
Quarter Finals (or Divisional Semi Finals) on August 2nd:
7:00 Toronto Raiders at G.T.A. @ Chinguacousy Park
7:30 Ottawa at Montreal @ E.S. Dalbe Viau
7:00 Hamilton at Sault Ste. Marie @ Rocky DiPietro
7:00 Sudbury at Tri City @ Rogers-Cambridge
Summaries for the July 19 games are attached. All stats files are updated as well. Sorry for the tardiness, someone was late getting their game info in?!?!
With one week remaining in the regular season, the record book keeps changing!! The following marks have changed after action on July 19th
Most Rushing Touchdowns in a Season
Josh Gauthier of the Sault crossed the goal line 4 times vs. Ottawa and has upped his season total to 28. This surpasses the mark of 25 that he set last season!
Most Touchdowns in a Season
Gauthier co-held this mark with Dan McAlonan at 25 and Dan set while with the Hamilton Wildcats back in 1995. Gauthier still has one more game to add to this mark vs. the Toronto Raiders this week.
Most Rush Yards in a Season
Scores from July 19th are:
Raiders 0 at G.T.A. 38
Sarnia 12 at Hamilton 16
Ottawa 1 at Sault 39
Tri City 20 at Sudbury 14
Oakville 0 at Montreal 71
With one week to go, G.T.A. and Montreal in the East and Sault and Tri City in the West have clinched home field for the first round of the playoffs on August 2nd. The only issues in regards for playoffs is whom will be travelling on August 2nd?
Coming up in the final week of the regular season on July 26th:
6:00 pm G.T.A. at Oakville @ Bronte
7:00 pm Sudbury at Hamilton @ Mohawk #1
7:00 pm Ottawa at Sarnia @ Norm Perry
7:00 pm Sault at Toronto Raiders @ Esther Shiner
7:00 pm Montreal at Tri City @ Rogers-Cambridge
Updated standings are posted in the 2014 Scores and Skeds tab on the right.
The home dates for the first round of the playoffs are pretty well set after this evening. Game scores are:
G.T.A. 54 at Sault Ste. Marie 20
Oakville 0 at Tri City 35
Sarnia 16 at Sudbury 26
Toronto Raiders 8 at Montreal 69
Hamilton 0 at Ottawa 39
Coming up on July 19th:
7:00 pm Raiders at G.T.A. @ Chinguacousy
7:00 pm Sarnia at Hamilton @ Mohawk #1
7:00 pm Ottawa at Sault Ste. Marie @ Rocky DiPietro
7:15 pm Tri City at Sudbury @ James Jerome
7:30 pm Oakville at Montreal @ ES Dalbe Viau
Note the Raiders at G.T.A. game is the Jack Leitch Bowl
All stat files are updated and July 12th game summaries are attached below.
Stats are all up to date in the "2014 Statistics" tab on the right. Summaries for games this past weekend are attached below.
Things are definitely heating up after this evening!
Sudbury 40 at Oakville 0
G.T.A. 96 at Sarnia 1
Hamilton 7 at Raiders 14
Sault 27 at Tri City 26
Montreal 41 at Ottawa 10
Coming up July 12th
7:00 pm G.T.A. at Sault Ste. Marie @ Rocky DiPietro
7:00 pm Oakville at Tri City @ U of Guelph
7:15 pm Sarnia at Sudbury @ James Jerome
7:30 pm Toronto Raiders at Montreal @ ES Dalbe Viau
7:30 pm Hamilton at Ottawa @ Gee Gees Field
The Sault at Tri City game this Saturday will feature League Treasurer Lee Becker having his #52 retired by the Outlaws. Also, from the Waterloo Record, check out the following story regarding Head Coach Chris Newsome
North Bay 31 @ Kingston 6
Raiders 21 @ Milton 28
Sault 28 @ Sarnia 6
Maddogs 12 @ Tri City 24
Tri City 2-0
North Bay 1-1
The 2009 campaign is underway. After a rocky April and May dealing with scheduling issues, there only remains one to be ironed out.
You will notice that game summaries will be posted as long as the information is received.
Stats will start to appear next week. The site will be revamped, so your patience is appreciated. Also, the Fox 40 Players of the Week will start appearing next week as well.
Best of luck to all in Week 2.