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2011 Results: Tier Two Junior



Results: Friday, November 11th

Eastdale 16, Ajax 7
In a match between undefeated teams, the Eastdale Eagles retained their Tier Two Junior championship as league MVP Riley Palmer scored majors in each of the second and third quarters to stake the Eagles to a 16-0 lead through three quarters.  The Rams, who were unable to get their offense moving with success until the final quarter, did pick up a fourth quarter major on a 25 yard run by Matthew Williams (his fourth touchdown in two games) however they were unable to pick up any additional scoring points against the stingy Eagles defense.  The win gives the Eagles back to back Tier Two Junior titles.  Ben Donnelly added converts after each of Palmer's touchdowns while Brad Till converted the Williams touchdown.  The final two scoring points were credited to the Eastdale team when the Rams punter conceded a safety in the third quarter.  Game MVP awards were presented as follows: Offense - Palmer and Williams; Defense: Cody Dale (Eastdale) and Alfred Green (Ajax).
First Quarter
No scoring
Second Quarter
13:31 Eastdale TD Riley Palmer (2 yd run), C Benjamin Donnelly
Third Quarter
12:01 Eastdale TD Riley Palmer (50 yd run), C Benjamin Donnelly
06:38 Eastdale Sft Team (Punter took a knee)
Fourth Quarter
11:58 Ajax TD Matthew Williams (25 yd run), C Brad Till
Eastdale: Riley Palmer 2TD; Benjamin Donnelly 2C; Team Safety
Ajax: Matthew Williams TD; Brad Till C


Results: Tuesday, November 8th

Ajax 35, Paul Dwyer 6
Matthew Williams paced the Ram attack with a three touchdown effort as Ajax downed Paul Dwyer 35-6.  The win advanced the Rams to the league championship game for the second time in four years where they hope to duplicate their 2008 championship.  Brad Till chipped in with eleven scoring points (touchdown, four converts and a single) while Trey Humes scored one major.  Michael D'Annuzio posted the lone touchdown for the Saints.
Ajax: Matthew Williams 3TD; Brad Till TD, 4C, S; Trey Humes TD
Paul Dwyer: Michael D'Annuzio TD

Eastdale 36, St. Stephen 0
The Eastdale Eagles produced a 36-0 shut out over the St. Stephen Royals to advance to the league finals.  Following a 27-20 Eastdale win over St. Stephen during the regular season and the fact that the Eagles league MVP candidate would not play, the final result was expected to be much closer.  Ben Donnelly produced an eighteen point effort with two touchdowns, four converts and two singles.  Ty Neubauer-Jacob matched Donnelly's two touchdown performance while Drue Moore notched a touchdown.  The Eagles will be attempting to pick up their second consecutive Tier Two junior title on Friday night.
Eastdale: Ben Donnelly 2TD, 4C, 2S; Ty Neubauer-Jacob 2TD; Drue Moore TD


Results: Friday, November 4th

St. Stephen 24, Richardson 14
Darbey Bradley and Mitch Reece combined for twenty scoring points as the Royals eliminated the Storm 24-14 from the playoffs.  Bradley contributed two touchdowns while Reece, who has been named as a finalist for the MVP award, picked up eight points with a touchdown and a two point convert.  Dennis Bastas kicked both a field goal and a convert.  Jerrol Granston and Omar Haye scored touchdowns, while George Goudogianis added converts on both majors for the Storm.
St. Stephen: Darbey Bradley 2TD, Mitch Reece TD, 2ptC, Dennis Bastas FG, C
Richardson: Jerrol Granston TD, Omar Haye TD, George Goudogianis 2C

Paul Dwyer 40, Uxbridge 0
The Dwyer Junior Saints joined their Senior team in reaching the league semi-finals with a convincing 40-0 win over the host Uxbridge Tigers.  Michael D'Annunzio led the Saint scoring parade with two touchdowns, while Tyran Patton, Tom Zielinski, Jordan Baronet and Austin D'Andrade each scored one touchdown.  Michael Fadalti added four converts.  The Saints will now travel to Ajax to play the Rams in semi-final action on Tuesday.
Paul Dwyer: Micheal D'Annunzio 2TD, Keegan Brand TD, Tyran Patton TD, Tom Zielinski TD, Jordan Baronet TD, Austin D'Andrade TD, Michael Fadalti 4C

Eastdale 20, Port Perry 6
With Riley Palmer injured and not playing, the Eastdale Eagles relied upon their defense to turn back the stubborn Port Perry Rebels 20-6.  The high octane Eagles offense, which had scored a league high 226 points in six games was held off the scoreboard for the opening half.  Cody Dale with a first quarter interception return for a touchdown did however stake the Eagles to a 7-0 half time lead.  In the second half, Tyler Simpson would finally produce some offensive points with a pair of touchdowns.  Trenten Roy-Mugford, a finalist for the league MVP award helped the Rebels avoid being shut out with a fourth quarter touchdown.  Ben Donnelly kicked two converts for the Eagles.  Eastdale will now meet the St. Stephen Royals, who they defeated 27-20 in regular season play in what was a highly entertaining match.
Eastdale: Tyler Simpson 2TD; Cody Dale TD; Ben Donnelly 2C
Port Perry: Trenten Roy-Mugford TD


Results: Thursday, November 3rd

Ajax 50, Bowmanville 12
The Rams scored three first quarter touchdowns, two by Morgan Humes, as they advanced to league semi-final play with a 50-12 victory over the Talons.  Humes would finish the day with three touchdowns (on runs of 2, 59 and 55 yards).  Teammate's Matthew Williams unleashed 63 yard touchdown run while Jeff Benedetto (41 yards) and Brad Till (50 yards) were on the receiving end of passes thrown by Tommy Kemp.  Matt McConnach also contributed a touchdown for the Rams, while  Brad Till complemented his touchdown with five converts and a rouge off a kick off.  Kyle Kelly (25 yards) and Jake Gagnon with a 53 yard scamper on the final play of the game accounted for the Talons scoring points. 
First Quarter
11:23 Ajax TD Morgan Humes (2 yd run), C Brad Till
06:37 Ajax TD Morgan Humes (59 yd run), C Brad Till
00:13 Ajax TD Matthew Williams (63 yd run), C Brad Till
Second Quarter
10:01 Ajax TD Morgan Humes (55 yd run);
06:10 Bowmanville TD Kyle Kelly (25 yd run)
04:26 Ajax TD Jeff Benedetto (41 yd pass), C Brad Till
Third Quarter
No scoring
Fourth Quarter
12:45 Ajax TD Matt McConnach (10 yd run), C Brad Till
12:38 Ajax S Brad Till (Kick off)
01:41 Ajax TD Brad Till (50 yd pass), 2ptC Matthew Williams;
00:00 Bowmanville TD Jake Gagnon (53 yd run)
Ajax:Trey Humes 3TD; Matthew Williams TD, 2ptC; Jeffrey Benedetto TD;  Brad Till TD, 5C, S; Matt McConnach TD
Bowmanville: Kyle Kelly TD; Jake Gagnon TD


Regular Season

Results: Monday, October 31st

St. Stephen 21, Paul Dwyer 12
The St. Stephen Royals defeated the Paul Dwyer Saints 21-12 to earn the right to host a league quarter-final game.  Running back Mitch Reece accounted for two touchdowns with Darby Bradley scoring one.  Dennis Bastas converted all three majors.  Dwyer, who finishes fifth with the loss, scored two touchdowns, one by Tyran Patton and the other by Ian Byberg.  It appears that Dwyer will open the playoffs in Uxbridge while the Royals will likely be hosting the Richardson Storm.
St. Stephen: Mitch Reece 2TD, Darby Bradley TD, Dennis Bastas 3C
Paul Dwyer: Tyran Patton TD, Ian Byberg TD

Ajax 28, Bowmanville 0
A three touchdown effort by Trey Humes helped the Rams complete the regular season without a loss.  Humes scored all three touchdowns on runs of 5, 1 and 10 yards.  The fourth Ram touchdown was scored by Jeffery Benedetto.  Brad Till converted each of the touchdowns.  These two teams will meet again in the opening round of the playoffs.
First Quarter
06:36 Ajax TD Trey Humes (5 yd run), C Brad Till
Second Quarter
11:38 Ajax TD Jeffery Benedetto (49 yd run), C Brad Till;
06:20 Ajax TD Trey Humes (1 yd run), C Brad Till
Third Quarter
01:34 Ajax TD Trey Humes (10 yd run), C Brad Till
Fourth Quarter
No scoring
Ajax: Trey Humes 3TD; Jeffrey Benedetto TD; Brad Till 4C

Eastdale 48, O'Neill 19
The Eagles matched the Rams with a perfect season as they rolled to a 48-19 victory over O'Neill.  Tyler Simpson led the Eagles seven touchdown effort with three majors, while Cody Moss recorded two.  Single touchdowns went to Cody Dale and Riley Palmer.  Benjamin Donnelly converted six scores.  Dan MaNeaney matched Simpson as he scored all three Red Hawk touchdowns while Philip Cooper-Smith added a convert.  With only one win in seven league games, the Red Hawks will not advance to the playoffs.  Eastdale will likely be hosting Port Perry in league quarter-final play.
Eastdale: Tyler Simpson 3TD; Cody Moss 2TD; Cody Dale TD; Riley Palmer TD; Benjamin Donnelly 6 C
O'Neill:Dan McNeaney 3TD; Philip Cooper-Smith C 


Results: Friday, October 28th

Port Perry 32, Richardson 28
The Port Perry Rebels won their third game in their past four as they withstood a three touchdown fourth quarter onslaught from the Richardson Storm to prevail 32-28.  The Rebels were led by Trenten Roy-Mugford who scored the first three touchdowns of the game (two via the pass and one via an interception) to hold a commanding 19-0 lead.  J'Van Manhertz reduced the Rebel deficit to thirteen in the final minute of the opening half with a six yard pass touchdown reception.  A six yard run by Isaiah Douglas restored the double digit lead for the Rebels in the third quarter.  Two touchdowns by George Goudogianis and Tevin Lawrence in the opening five minutes of the final quarter would move the Storm within six (trailing 26-20).  With just over two minutes remaining Trenton Roy-Mugford recorded his fourth touchdown of the game to provide the Rebels with some insurance.  Benjamin Mattison scored for the Storm on the final play of the game and Basir Ahmad's two point convert closed out the scoring.
  Vernon Petty and George Goudogianis each contributed two single point conversions.
First Quarter
11:42 Port Perry TD Trenten Roy-Mugford (53 yd pass)
04:43 Port Perry TD Trenten Roy-Mugford (13 yd pass); C Vernon Petty
Second Quarter
04:37 Port Perry TD Trenten Roy-Mugford (35 yd int);
00:58 Richardson TD J'van Manhertz (6 yd pass); C George Goudogianis
Third Quarter
05:51 Port Perry TD Isaiah Douglas (6 yd run), C Vernon Petty
Fourth Quarter
14:46 Richardson TD George Goudogianis (10 yd run)
10:04 Richardson TD Tevin Lawrence (2 yd run), C George Goudogianis
02:28 Port Perry TD Trenten Roy-Mugford (12 yd run);
00:00 Richardson TD Benjamin Mattison (53 yd run), 2ptC Basir Ahmad

Port Perry: Trenten Roy-Mugford 4TD, Isaiah Douglas TD, Vernon Petty 2C
Richardson: J'van Manhertz TD; George Goudogianis TD, 2C; Tevin Lawrence TD; Benjamin Mattison TD, Basir Ahmad 2ptC

Uxbridge 15, Dunbarton 0
A bus scheduling error left the Spartans without transportation to Uxbridge for their final regular season game.  Attempts to resolve the problem were to no avail and regrettably the game was declared a default.

Results: Tuesday, October 25th

Richardson 34, Dunbarton 0
George Goudogianis and Tevin Lawrence each scored two touchdowns as the Richardson Storm picked up their third win of the season as they shut out the Spartans 34-0.  J'van Manhertz also contributed a touchdown for Richardson.  Goudogianis added four conversions.
Richardson: George Goudogianis 2TD, 4C; Tevin Lawrence 2TD; J'van Manhertz TD

Paul Dwyer 28, Bowmanville 6
The Paul Dwyer Saints kept their hopes for a first round playoff home game alive as they downed the Bowmanville Talons 28-6.  Michael D'Annunzio led the four touchdown effort with two majors while Tyran Patton and Marcus Maloney each scored one.  Ian Byberg picked up a two point convert while Michael Fadati produced two single point conversions.  Kyle Kelly had the lone touchdown for the Talons, who have now dropped four in a row after opening the season with a pair of wins.
Paul Dwyer: Tyran Patton TD, Ian Byberg 2ptC, Michael D'Annunzio 2TD, Marcus Maloney TD, Micheal Fadalti 2C
Bowmanville: Kyle Kelly TD

Ajax 28, O'Neill 0
The Junior Rams remained undefeated as they defeated the O'Neill Red Hawks 28-0 .  The shut out was the fourth of the season for the Rams as the defense has allowed a miniscule 18 points against through six games.  Brad Till and Marcus Simons each reached the end zone twice.  In addition to his two touchdowns, Till added four converts.
Ajax: Marcus Simons 2TD, Brad Till 2TD, 4 C

St. Stephen 22, Port Perry 21
The Royals were able to edge by the Rebels by the slimmest of margins 22-21 to pick up their fourth win in five games.  Both teams scored three touchdowns with the difference coming down to converts.  The Royals were able to pick up two two point converts (Cemron Asselin and Adam Bateman) while the Rebels were held to one two pointer (Trenton Roy-Mugford) and a single pointer (Braeden Vavassori).  Mitch Reece with two and Asselin produced six pointers for St. Stephen while Matt Field, Roy-Mugford and Tony Romaguolo replied for the Rebels.
St. Stephen: Mitch Reece 2TD, Cameron Asselin TD, 2C, Adam Bateman 2ptC
Port Perry: Trenton Roy-Mugford TD, 2ptC, Matt Field TD, Tony Romagnuolo TD, Braeden Vavassori C

Uxbridge 18, Pine Ridge 0
Through three quarters of football, the Uxbridge Tigers held a precarious 3-0 lead over the Pumas thanks to a 16 yard field goal by Callen Hageman.  Less than 90 seconds into the final quarter, Victor Cho with a solid tackle of a Puma in the end zone earned the Tigers a two point safety.  Chris Perry with a couple of short runs, one of which was converted by Hageman would close out the scoring as the Tigers prevailed 18-0.  The win ended the Pumas hopes of finishing in the top eight and qualifying for post season competition.  With the win, the Tigers finish with a record of four wins and two losses, which should earn them a quarter-final opening home date.
First Quarter
No scoring
Second Quarter
1359 Uxbridge FG Callen Hageman (16 yd)
Third Quarter
No scoring
Fourth Quarter
1335 Uxbridge SFT Victor Cho
0902 Uxbridge TD Chris Perry (2 yd run)
0446 Uxbridge TD Chris Perry (1 yd run), C Callen Hageman
Uxbridge: Chris Perry 2 TD,;Callen Hageman FG, C;  Victor Cho SFT

Results: Wednesday, October 19th

Paul Dwyer 31, O'Neill 0
The Saints leveled their season record at 2-2 with a shut out victory over the O'Neill Red Hawks.  Leading the 31 point attack was place kicker Michael Fadalti with severn scoring points via a field goal and four converts.  Four different Saints scored touchdowns, Michael D'Annunzio, Tyran Patton, Keegan Brand and Mitch Mulder.  The loss was the fourth in five starts for the Junior Red Hawks, who currently are two points out of the final playoff spot.

Ajax 33, Uxbridge 12
The Ajax Rams kept pace with Eastdale atop the league standings with perfect 5-0 records as they held off a determined Uxbridge Tiger team 33-12.  The junior Rams jumped ahead 14-0, before the game was ten minutes old, via touchdowns from Trey Humes (8 yard run) and Brad Till (18 yard pass) and successful points after by Till.  Tiger speedster, Luke McMinn, would cut the lead to eight before the end of the quarter with a 85 yard gallop.  Erich Milne's one yarder on the opening play of the second quarter pulled Uxbridge within two however that was as close as they would get.  Marcus Simons from the one (convert by Till) provided the Rams with a 21-12 half time lead.  After a scoreless third quarter, the Rams would seal the deal with a four yard touchdown pass to Till and a 51 yard run by Trey Humes.
First Quarter
09:23 Ajax TD Trey Humes (8 yd run), C Brad Till
05:23 Ajax TD Brad Till (18 yd pass), C Brad Till
04:40 Uxbridge TD Luke McMinn (85 yd run)
Second Quarter
14:43 Uxbridge TD Erich Milne (1 yd run)
03:07 Ajax TD Marcus Simons, C Brad Till
Third Quarter
No scoring
Fourth Quarter
12:55 Ajax TD Brad Till (4 yd pass)
04:31 Ajax TD Trey Humes (51 yd run)

Port Perry 51, Bowmanville 34
The Rebels and Talons combined for a season high 85 points as the Rebels with their second consecutive win pulled even in the standings with the Talons. Both teams have records of two wins and three losses.  Elijah Bryan with three touchdowns and Trent Roy-Mugford with a sixteen point effort (two touchdowns and a two point convert) paced the Rebel attack.  Matt Field and Matt Reid each notched single touchdowns while Tony Romagnuolo contributed a two point convert and Vernon Petty kicked three converts.  Kyle Kelly posted two majors for Bowmanville while Kyler Woodburn, Jake Gagnon, Will Dearsley with one each also recorded six pointers.  Kyle Boudreau and Mitch Wilburn closed out the scoring with two point converts.

Eastdale 52, Richardson 20
The Eagles remain undefeated through five games as they prevailed 52-20 over the Richardson Storm.  Riley Palmer continued to be the scoring leader for the Eagles as he recorded four touchdowns boosting his season total to twenty.  Tyler Simpson contributed two majors and Cody Dale picked up one.  Ben Donnelly closed out the Eagle scoring with a ten point day (seven converts, a single and and a safety).  The Storn, now 2-2, received touchdowns from Jerrol Granston (two) and Justin Elwood.  George Goudogianis contributed two converts.

Pine Ridge 46, Dunbarton 0
Khoysa Henderson and Coree Russell combined for six touchdowns as the Junior Pumas notched their first win of the season.  Henderson's four touchdown game upped his total for the past two games to seven.  Oshay McLaughlin finished the day with eight points as he scored both a touchdown and a two point convert.  In addition to his two touchdowns, Coree Russell converted two of the Puma majors.  The Spartans are 0-4 with two games remaining and will need back to back victories if they wish to reach post season play.

Results: Friday, October 14th

Eastdale 27, St. Stephen 20
Eastdale and St. Stephen met in a battle of undefeated Tier Two junior teams.  In a very entertaining game, the Eagles held off the Royals 27-20.  Tyler Simpson staked the Eagles to a 7-0 opening quarter lead when he broke loose for a 35 yard touchdown run, which was converted by Ben Donnelly.  In the second quarter, Riley Palmer picked up his fifteenth and sixteenth touchdowns of the season on a 9 yard run and an 80 yard punt return as Eastdale upped the margin to 19 with just over two minutes remaining to the half.  The Royals, to their credit, immediately replied with two touchdowns to reduce the lead to 19-13 at the half.  The first major was a 63 yard touchdown run by Mitchell Reece, which was followed by a twenty yard touchdown toss to Darby Bradley.  Carmen Asselin added one convert for the Royals.  The teams exchanged third quarter touchdowns with Cody Dale (16 yard passing play, two point convert by Donnelly) scoring for Eastdale and Darby Bradley (15 yard run, single point convert by Asselin) for the Royals.  There was no scoring in the fourth quarter however the Royals made things interesting as they had possession in the Eagles territory when time ran out.  With the win, Eastdale remains tied with Ajax for first place while the Royals are alone in third.

Port Perry 33, O'Neill 14
The third time was the charm for the Port Perry Rebels as they won their first game of the season turning back the O'Neill Red Hawks 33-14.  For the third consecutive game, the Rebels found themselves ahead at the half (this time by a score of 13-6) however unlike their two previous matches, the Rebels would emerge with the victory.  Trent Roy-Mugford and Isaiah Douglas each contributed two touchdowns while Tony Romagnuolo scored one.  Converts were recorded by Braeden Vavssoir with one and Vernon Petty with two.  Colin Flamminio and Dan McNeaney replied for O'Neill.   Flamminio converted both touchdowns.  With the win, Port Perry currently holds the tiebreaker advantage over O'Neill for the eighth and final playoff spot.  Each school holds a .250 winning percentage however should they finish in a two way tie, the head to head victory would give the Rebels the nod.

Uxbridge 40, Bowmanville 28
In Uxbridge, Luke McMinn paced the Tiger offense with a four touchdown effort as the Tigers scored 40 points to defeat the Talons by 12.  Both Chris Perry and Liam Knoll notched touchdowns as the Tigers improved to 2-1.  Callen Hageman added four converts for the winners.  The Talons have now lost two in a row after opening the season with back to back wins.  Kyler Woodburn with a 14 point effort (two touchdows and a two point convert) accounted for half the Bovmanville scoring points.  Kyle Kelly and Jack Gagnon each took the ball to house once and Chase Comeau added a two point conversion.  Uxbridge is tied for fourth while the Talons reside in sixth place.

Result: Thursday, October 13th

Ajax 41, Dunbarton 0
The junior Rams rolled to their fourth consecutive victory as they shut out the Dunbarton Spartans 41-0.  Matt McConnach led all scorers with three touchdowns.  Marcus Simons contributed two and Brad Till had an eleven point day with a major and five converts.  The Spartans, with three losses, are still looking for their first win of the season.

Result: Wednesday, October 12th

Richardson 27, Pine Ridge 20
Jerrol Cranston's 25 yard pass reception in the final minute of the second quarter helped the Richardson Storm to overcome a 20-6 deficit en route to a 27-20 victory.  Khosya Henderson had given the Pumas a lead of 12-0 as he posted the only two scoring plays of the opening quarter with runs of 9 and 13 yards.  George Gougogianis cut the Puma lead in half at 12-6 with an 18 yard run early in the second quarter, however the Pumas replied with a 55 yard carry for six by Henderson with a two point convert from Oshay McLaughlin to widen the lead to 14.  Justin Elwood's 38 yard pass reception in the third quarter with Goudogianis adding the convert evened the game at 20 after three quarters.  With 8:14 remaining, Goudogianis would put the Storm ahead for the first time in the game as he picked up his second major of the game with a 23 yard pass reception.  His successful convert closed out the scoring.
First Quarter
10:40 Pine Ridge TD Khosya Henderson (9 yd run)
02:40 Pine Ridge TD Khosya Henderson (13 yd run)
Second Quarter
12:30 Richardson TD
George Goudogianis (18 yd run)
09:19 Pine Ridge TD Khosya Henderson (55 yd run); 2ptC Oshay McLaughlin
00:47 Richardson TD Jerrol Cranston (25 yd pass), C George Goudogianis
Third Quarter
07:16 Richardson TD Justin Elwood (38 yd pass), C George Goudogianis
Fourth Quarter
08:14 Richardson TD George Goudogianis (23 yd pass), C George Goudogianis

Results: Friday, October 7th

Uxbridge 28, Port Perry 21
For the second consecutive game, the Port Perry Rebels were unable to parlay a half time lead into a victory.  The Tigers, who had never led, took the lead for the first time with only 48 seconds remaining on a six yard pass and run to Braeden Whitehead.  The Rebels held a 14-0 lead early in the second quarter as Trenton Roy-Mugford scored the opening two majors of the day (13 yard run and 6 yard pass).  The Tigers replied with two majors of their own prior to the half on a 64 yard pass to Jason Simmonds and an 84 yard run by Lucas McMinn.  A failed Tiger convert gave the Rebels a slim 14-13 lead at the half.  In the third quarter, Roy-Mugford (48 yard run) and McMinn (14 yard run) exchanged touchdowns however a two point convert by Simmonds pulled the teams even at 21-21, thereby setting the stage for Whitehead's last minute game winning pass reception.  Braeden Vavassori converted all three Tiger touchdowns, while Callen Hageman recorded two point after scores for the Tigers.

O'Neill 21, Dunbarton 0
Isaiah Wilson's two touchdown effort in the first half was all the scoring that the Red Hawks would need to earn their first victory of the season as they downed the winless Spartans 21-0.  Wilson, who opened the scoring with a sensational 84 yard punt return late in the first quarter, added a second quarter score with a 52 yard run as the Red Hawks led 14-0 at intermission.  Colin Flamminio, who converted all three O'Neill touchdown, would complete the scoring with a 72 yard touchdown carry in the final quarter.

Result: Thursday, October 6th

Ajax 24, Pine Ridge 6
Puma's Aidan Thomas was the first player to score a point against the junior Rams this season however his touchdown was not enough as the winless Pumas dropped to 0-3.  Matthew Williams with two touchdowns and Jeffrey Benedetto with one paced Ajax to the victory.  Brad Till added two converts and the Rams defence was credited with two safeties; one by Mitch Fowler and the second awarded to the team.  Ajax currently shares first place with both Eastdale and St. Stephen as all three teams are undefeated in three starts.

Eastdale 42, Paul Dwyer 6
During a scoreless opening quarter, Riley Palmer had two first quarter touchdowns (98 and 34 yards) called back due to penalties.  Undeterred, Riley would slice and dice through the Saint defense in the final three quarters to post six touchdowns (30,10, 32, 80, 81 and a short 2 yard effort) to lead the Eagles to their third win in three games.  Through those three games, Eastdale has scored fourteen touchdowns with Palmer scoring all but one of these touchdowns.  Cody Daly successfully added the point after on all six majors.  Michael D'Annunzio posted the lone Paul Dwyer touchdown as the Saints dropped to 1-2.

Result: Wednesday, October 5th

St. Stephen 55, Bowmanville 12
In a game featuring two undefeated teams, Mitchell Reece contributed four touchdowns to lead the St. Stephen Royals to victory.  The versatile Reece has now posted nine touchdowns over three games.  His three touchdowns were on runs of 8 and 76 yards with a 68 pass reception sandwiched in between.  Darby Bradley, Riley Adey, Taylor John and Donovan Delgrande also chipped in with six pointers for the Royals who have averaged 53 points a game through their first three games.  Cameron Asselin (five) and Dannis Bastas (two) handled the Royals converts.  Replying for the Talons were Kyle Kelly (8 yards) and Jake Gagnon with a five yard scamper in the final minute. 

Result: Monday, October 3rd

Ajax 24, Richardson 0
The Ajax Rams defeated the Richardson Storm 24-0 as they opened the season with back to back shut out victories.  The Storm now sit at 1-1.  The Rams built a 16-0 half time lead as both Alfred Green and Brad Till each scored rushing majors from 35 and 7 yards respectively.  Richardson also elected to concede a two point safety when faced with a punting situation deep in their end of the field.  Mitch Fowler picked off a Storm pass in the final quarter, returning the ball 83 yards for the final Ram touchdown.  With just over three minutes remaining, Till, who was a perfect three in three in conversion attempts, missed a 27 yard field goal settling for a single point to close out the scoring.

Scoring details
First Quarter
04:49 Ajax: TD Alfred Green (35 yard run); C Brad Till 

Second Quarter
06:15 Ajax: SFT Team
01:05 Ajax: TD Brad Till (7 yard run); C Brad Till 

Third Quarter
No scoring

Fourth Quarter
08:07 Ajax: TD Mitch Fowler (87 yard interception return); C Brad Till 
03:16 Ajax: S Brad Till  (27 yard missed field goal)

Results: Thursday, September 29th

Bowmanville 28, Dunbarton 12
The Bowmanville Talons recorded their second consecutive victory to start the season.  In each of the two games to date, Kyler Woodburn has contributed twenty scoring points with three touchdowns and a two point convert.  Also scoring for the Talons were Kyle Kelly with a touchdown and Jake Gagnoc with a two point convert.   Adonis Martin posted both touchdowns for the Spartans who were playing their first game of the season.

Eastdale 21, Pine Ridge 6
The Eagles have opened the season with back to back victories as they downed the Pumas 21-6.  With two touchdowns, Riley Palmer has now tallied seven majors for the season.  Tyler Simpson also picked up a touchdown for the defending champions while Ben Donnelly was successful on all three convert attempts.  Replying for the Pumas, who are winless after two games, was Khoysa Henderson.

St. Stephen 63, O'Neill 13
The high powered Royals offence posted a league high 63 scoring points as they rolled to a 63-13 win over O'Neill.  Mitch Reece with three touchdowns and Adam Bateman and Darby Bradley with two each paced the nine touchdown attack.  Also adding single majors were Sebastian Shearing and Cameron Asselin.  Cameron completed the Royals scoring with a perfect nine for nine convert performance.   Isaiah Wilson scored both O'Neill touchdowns while Colin Flamminio added one convert.  Through two games the undefeated Royals have tallied 104 scoring points while the Red Hawks, who are still seeking their first win of the season, have surrendered 101 points.

Result: Wednesday, September 28th

Paul Dwyer 38, Port Perry 28
The Junior Saints overcame a 14-6 half time deficit with a four touchdown outburst in the second half to hand the Rebels their second consecutive defeat to start the season. Scoring touchdowns for Paul Dwyer were Michael D'Annunzio with four (17, 80,  83 and 36 yards) and Keegan Brand with two (38 and 35 yards).  D'Annunzio also added two converts for the 2-0 Saints.  The Rebels posted four touchdown via the pass with Matthew Reid (21 and and 4 yards) and Trenton Roy-Mugford (60 and 15 yards) picking up two majors each.  Braeden Vavassori successfully converted all four Rebel touchdowns. 

Results: Friday, September 23rd

Richardson 13, Uxbridge 9
Two second half touchdowns (Justin Elwood 80 yard run and George Goudogianis 84 yard pass and run) enabled Richardson to overcome a 7-0 deficit to win their first Junior football game since November 1st, 2007 when they defeated Donald A. Wilson to close out the regular season.  Goudogianis added a point after on his touchdown.  A first quarter 83 yard fumble recovery by Curtis Petersen accounted for the only touchdown by Uxbridge.  The other three Tiger points were scored on a rouge by Callen Hageman and a fourth quarter safety credited to David Morrison.

Eastdale 36, Port Perry 13
Riley Palmer tallied five touchdowns as the Eagles opened defense of their 2010 Junior title with a win.  Cody Dale with two converts and two team safeties completed the Eagles scoring.  The Rebels scored two fourth quarter touchdowns (Matthew Reid and Ethan Shields) with (Braedon Vavassori converting one touchdown..

Bomanville 38, O'Neill 32
Fielding a Junior team for the first time since 2005, Bowmavnille made a triumphant return as they opened the season with a 38-32 victory over the Red Hawks.  The Talons were led by Kyler Woodburn and Kyle Kelly, each of whom contributed three touchdown efforts.  Woodburn also added a two point convert.  Spenser Arnott also had a three touchdown effort for O'Neill.  Also scoring majors for the Red Hawks were: Isiah Wilson and Colin Flamminio.  Flamminio tallied eight points as he successfully added two converts.

Results: Thursday, September 22nd

Ajax 29, Paul Dwyer 0
Brad Till, Mitch Fowler, Jeff Benedetto and Matt Williams each reached the house for the visiting Rams.  Till added three converts while the team was credited with a safety to complete the scoring.

St. Stephen 41, Pine Ridge 18
Darbey Bradley and Mitch Reece posted two touchdowns each while Adam Bateman and Riley Adey each scored one touchdown to power the Royals to a 23 point margin of victory in their opening game of the season.  Cameron Asselin added five converts.  Replying for the Pumas with one touchdown each were Coree Russell, Khosya Henderson and Joel Dash TD.