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2012 Results: Tier One Junior
Ontario Regional Football Championship
Wednesday, November 28th
Pickering 30, Blessed Trinity (SOSSA) 27
The Pickering Trojans became the second LOSSA based school to capture the Ontario Regional Junior Championship as they edged by the Blessed Trinity Thunder 30-27 in a tightly contested championship game played at St. Michael's College.
Playing four down football in the opening half, the Trojans put together a 12 play drive spanning six and a half minutes however they were stopped without a point by the Blessed Trinity defense who forced a Trojan turnover on downs at the eleven yard line. Unable to move the ball, Blessed Trinity elected to have their punter concede a two point safety credited to Kyeree Reynolds. The margin became nine when the ensuing kick off was returned 73 yards by Justice Johnson, who added the convert.
Early in the second quarter, the Thunder punted and quickly pounced on a fumble in the Pickering red zone at the 14 yard line. Coupled with an unnecessary roughness penalty on the play, the ball was placed on the one yard line. Trinity's semi-final game MVP, Austin Whetton immediately took the ball to the house and the point after by Luke Consiglio cut the margin to two. Ninety seconds later, Trojan quarterback Jaylen Latouche, dropped back to pass, was hit in the backfield, and fumbled the ball. This gave the Thunder first down at the Pickering 26. This turnover led to a 14 yard run by Bryce Kiefer giving the Grimsby based school their first lead of the game. Consiglio's point after made the score 14-9. Apparently stalled at their own 49, Pickering faked a punt and Kesean Bennett attempted to sweep left. He found a wall of Thunder players poised to bring him down well short of the first down marker and he alertly pitched the ball to kicker Tarrick Brissant who rambled 61 yards for a Trojan touchdown. Johnson added his second convert of the match to put the Trojans on top 16-14 with less than two minutes to the half. Undeterred, Blessed Trinity responded with Noah Lane hooking up with Theo Schut for a 56 yard pass and run with 37 ticks on the clock. Consiglio picked up his third convert of the quarter and the Thunder retook the lead 21-16. Trinity then managed to recover the kickoff, Pickering's fourth turnover of the opening half, at the 39 yard line. They quickly moved the ball and the Trojans were able to escape when Keyshaun Cumberbatch brought Whetton to the turf inside the ten yard line as the first half ended.
The second half saw the two schools playing three down football ..The Trojans recovered a Thunder fumble on the kickoff, gaining possession at the Thunder 35, but they were unable to move the ball as the defense shut them down. Gambling on third down, they turned the ball over. Trinity was unable to move the ball and punted. With just over seven minutes remaining in the third quarter Latouche connected with Johnson for a 43 yard pass inside the Thunder 15 yard line. A horse collar call on the play saw the ball advanced to the one yard line where Darnel Jarrett would carry the ball in for the major. With a one point lead, Pickering went for a two point convert however the attempt failed when Latouche was sacked before he could release the ball. Blessed Trinity responded with a solid drive using their fierce ground attack tandem of Whetton, Kiefer and Benny Ferrara. Ferrera, the heavyweight of the three pronged attack eventually bulldozed his way to the end zone with 1:19 remaining in the third stanza. A bad snap led to a failed convert and the Thunder led 27-22. At this point, the Thunder kick off team made the mistake of kicking the ball to Johnson. As was the case in the opening quarter Johnson broke through the Thunder tacklers and was heading uncontested to the end zone when he decided to back peddle in from the five yard line. Flags flew everywhere and instead of the Trojans regaining the lead, the objectionable conduct call saw them backed up to the Thunder 20. They were able to move the ball with Jarrett breaking lose for a big gain which set up Bennett for a one yard plunge. Once again, the Trojans went for a two point convert and the convert was good as a pass was completed to Johnson making the score 30-27.
The fourth quarter saw the teams exchange possessions with neither team able to generate points. With about six minutes left, the Thunder put together a sustained drive with the highlight being a nice pass reception by Thomas Barker. The Thunder marched the ball to the Pickering 16 yard line. With Lane throwing, his pass was deflected off a Thunder receiver and intercepted by Cumberbatch giving the Trojans possession at their own 13 with just under six minutes remaining. A few plays later, Pickering once again went with the fake punt well inside their side of the field and Bennett carried the ball 49 yards. A 36 yard touchdown run by Jarrett was called back on an illegal procedure call and the margin remained at three as the Thunder took posession at their 18 yard line. Lane, having to work his offense without Whitten (forced out of the game with an arm/shoulder injury midway through the fourth quarter), would connect with Leslie Brown for a 24 yard gain and a first down however the Thunder would lose possession on downs three plays later when Brown was unable to pick up first down yardage on a third down gamble. Using time outs, the Thunder defense forced Pickering to punt again and they had one last chance starting at their 30 yard line with 38 seconds on the clock. On third down, Lane would move the sticks as he carried the ball 12 yards before going out of bounds. Lane then connected with Kieffer on a 24 yard pass and run with one second remaining. Facing a field goal attempt of over 50 yards, the Thunder went for the long pass. Intended for a well covered Barker, the pass was incomplete as the game ended.
Post game MVP awards were given to Kesean Bennett and Benny Ferrara.
03:44 Pickering SFT Kyeree Reynolds (punter conceded)
03:29 Pickering TD Justice Johnson (73 yd kickoff return), C Justice Johnson
10:05 Blessed Trinity TD Austin Whetton (1 yd run), C Luke Consiglio
06:25 Blessed Trinity TD Bryce Kieffer (14 yd run), C Luke Consiglio
01:51 Pickering TD Tarrick Brissett (61 yard run on a fake punt), C Justice Johnson
00:37 Blessed Trinity TD Austin Whetton (56 yd pass), C Luke Consiglio
06:38 Pickering TD Darnel Jarrett (1 yd run)
01:19 Blessed Trinity TD Benny Ferrara (8 yd run)
00:00 Pickering TD Kesean Bennett (1 yd run), 2ptC Justice Johnson (pass)
Pickering: Justice Johnson TD, 2C, 2ptC, Tarrick Brissett TD, Darnel Jarrett TD, Kesean Bennett TD, Kyeree Reynolds SFT
Blessed Trinity: Austin Whetton 2TD, Bryce Kieffer TD, Benny Ferrara TD, Luke Consiglio 3C
Saturday, November 24th
Pickering 42, Ashbury College (CISAA) 12
The Pickering Trojans have advanced to the Ontario Regional Junior football championship following a 42-14 win over Ashbury College (Ottawa) on Saturday at St. Michael's College. Although the final margin was 28 points, the Colts gave the Trojans a great battle behind the stellar passing of quarterback Jake Hamm.
The Colts would open the game with an eight minute and thirty second drive which resulted in Hamm keeping the ball and scoring from one yard out. Sascha Jammes added a two point convert on the following play. The Trojans, gambling on fourth down, gave the ball to Darnell Jarrett who swept around the outside for a 40 yard gain. They immediately followed that play with a 20 yard run by Keyshaun Cumberbatch for a touchdown. Justice Johnson added the convert as Pickering reduced the deficit to one. The second quarter was headlined by Darnell Jarrett, who was onside when Pickering punted and was able to recover that punt at midfield allowing the Trojans to maintain possession. Three minutes later, Pickering picked up a big break when a Colt punt returner had difficulty fielding the ball at the goal line. As he finally started to control the ball, he was hit hard by Jarrett, who then alertly fell on the ball in the end zone to put the Trojans ahead 13-8. Ashbury responded with a long drive highlighted by a long pass and run to Sascha James who carried the ball to the eleven yard line before finally being tackled. Shortly thereafter, Hamm completed a nine yard touchdown strike to Viktor Lorenzen. The point after attempt failed and the teams reached the half with Ashbury holding a narrow 14-13 lead.
Pickering would retake the lead at the midpoint of the third quarter as Jarrett took the ball to the house from two yards out. Once again the Colts battled back and appeared to have the Trojan secondary beat at Hamm delivered a long pass to Tommy Friedlich, who was unable to hold on to the ball.
In the opening minute of the final quarter Kesean Bennett increased the lead to 27-14 as he scored from one yard out. With just under eight minutes remaining, Hamm appeared to suffer an injury to his throwing hand and was moved to running back. The injury obviously affected the Ashbury passing game from that point onward. The Colts appeared to tire in the final quarter as Pickering delivered a couple of big plays, including a 93 yard screen pass to Kesean Bennett, who probably ran 150 yards before finally being brought down at the Ashbury two yard line. Jarrett, on the next play from scrimmage, and Johnson closed out the scoring.
Game MVP awards went to Darnel Jarrett and Jake Hamm.
Pickering advances to the tournament final for the first time since 1997. Their opponent will be Blessed Trinity (Grimsby), who defeated Notre Dame (Burlington) 34-20 in the game preceding the Trojan-Colt match..
03:32 Ashbury College TD Jake Hamm (1 yd run), 2ptC Sascha Jammes (pass)
00:57 Pickering TD Keyshaun Cumberbatch (20 yd run), C Justice Johnson
02:57 Pickering TD Darnel Jarrett (fumble recovery in the end zone)
00:17 Ashbury College TD Viktor Lorenzen (9 yd pass)
06:56 Pickering TD Darnel Jarrett (2 yd run), C Justice Johnson
11:31 Pickering TD Kesean Bennett (1 yd run), C Justice Johnson
05:21 Pickering TD Darnel Jarrett (2 yd run), 2ptC Justice Johnson (pass)
01:33 Pickering TD Justice Johnson (46 yd pass), C Justice Johnson
Pickering: Darnell Jarrett 3TD; Justice Johnson TD, 2ptC, 4C; Keyshaun Cumberbatch TD; Kesean Bennett TD
Ashbury College: Jake Hamm TD; Viktor Lorenzen TD; Sascha Jammes 2ptC
Friday, November 16th
Pickering 34, Assumption College (Brant County) 31 (Overtime)
Pickering and Assumption College (the 2011 champions) met in opening round play for the Ontario Regional Junior Football Championship at Civic Field in Oshawa.
The Trojans took an early 7-0 lead when they took advantage of an Assumption fumble. The short drive ended with a 10 yard touchdown pass reception by Justice Johnson, who also picked up the point after. Undeterred, Assumption recovered a Pickering fumble and marched the ball from midfield to pull even at seven in the second quarter. Kavin Cann picked up the seven points with a 38 yard scamper as well as the convert.
The teams would then trade touchdowns prior to the half. First, it was Darnell Jarrett unleashing a 19 yard run, which was countered by Logan Homer's 24 yard carry on a well executed double reverse.
The Trojans took the lead for the third time in the third quarter when Jarrett took a screen pass 74 yards to the house. Once again, the Lions roared back as Luke Saunders, on a keeper, completed an impressive nine and a half minute drive when he scored from the one yard line to level the game at 21 through three quarters of play.
With just over four minutes remaining, Assumption was able to take the lead for the first time as Cann carried the ball in from the seventeen yardline. His fourth convert of the game put Assumption on top by seven.
Now with the ball and the clock ticking down, the Trojans were fortunate to escape a fourth and long situation as Jaylan Latouche, under extreme pressure, completed a 30 yard desperation pass to Johnson. Three plays later, Latouche found Johnson for a 24 yard passing major with 1:23 remaining. Trailing by one, the Trojans lined up for the game tying point after attempt. The snap to the holder, Latouche, was a little high and he decided to pass for two points and the lead. He was immediately met by a pride of Lions and brought down to the turf.
With the crowd now anticipating an onside kick off attempt, Tarrick Brissett sailed the ball seventy-five yards into the end zone and the Lions were trapped behind the goal line giving the Trojans the single point rouge and setting up overtime.
The Lions had first possession in overtime starting at the 35 yard line. They picked up a first down at the 21, however three plays later facing fourth and eight, they called upon Cann to deliver a 25 field goal. The three pointer upped his personal point total for the day to 19.
Also starting from the 35, two first downs later, Pickering would find themselves with a first and goal from the ten. They then called upon Jarrett, who carried the ball to the end zone to give the Trojans the overtime victory.
06:38 Pickering TD Justice Johnson (10 yd pass), C Justice Johnson
07:46 Assumption TD Kavin Caan (38 yd run), C Kavin Caan
04:36 Pickering TD Darnel Jarrett (19 yd run), C Justice Johnson
01:08 Assumption TD Logan Homer (24 yd run), C Kavin Caan
10:46 Pickering TD Darnel Jarrett (74 yd pass), C Justice Johnson
01:33 Assumption TD Luke Saunders (1 yd run), C Kavin Caan
07:46 Assumption TD Kavin Caan (17 yd run), C Kavin Caan
01:23 Pickering TD Justice Johnson (24 yd pass)
01:16 Pickering S Tarrick Brissett (75 yd kickoff)
Assumption FG Kavin Caan (25 yd)
Pickering TD Darnel Jarrett (10 yd run)
Pickering: Darnell Jarrett 3TD; Justice Johnson 2TD, 3C; Tarrick Brissett S
Assumption College: Kavin Cann 2TD, FG, 4C; Logan Homer TD; Luke Saunders TD
Saturday, November 10th
Pickering 19, Holy Trinity 18
The Pickering Trojans and Holy Trinity Titans were meeting for the third time this season and given the fact that the two previous games had seen one point differences in the final quarter, one should not have been surprised when the teams were once again engaged in a one point game through the final twelve minutes of play. The Titans had opened up a 12-0 lead on a first quarter touchdown run by league MVP Nathan Jones (32 yards) and a second quarter fumble recovery in the end zone by Mikey Akeson following a Trinity punt. Thirty-seven seconds following Akeson's touchdown, Darnel Jarrett unleashed a 51 yard run to cut the lead in half . The first half concluded with Justice Johnson being forced out of bounds at the Titans two yard line. Following intermission, Johnson returned the second half kick off 65 yards to knot the score at twelve. His convert gave the Trojans their first lead of the game. Trinity responded with a touchdown by Nathan Jones, his second, from the two yards out with just over three minutes remaining in the third quarter. Less than two minutes later, the Trojans recaptured the lead on a 26 yard run by Kesean Bennett. Bennett's run was set up by a 29 yard carry by Jarrett. The fourth quarter saw the teams exchange possessions until the Titans started their third long drive of the game and moved the ball deep into Pickering territory. With 29 seconds on the clock, the Titans were inside the Trojan 15 yard line, Coach Lyons called for a game winning field goal attempt. The attempt was blocked and the Junior Trojans narrowly escaped with their record tenth LOSSA football title.
The victory earns the Trojans a berth in the Ontario Regional Junior Football Championship. They are scheduled to host Assumption College School (Brantford) in quarter-final play. The game is tentatively scheduled for Friday, November 16th at 12:00 p.m.. Location will either be Pickering High School or Oshawa Civic Field.
Pickering: Darnel Jarrett (Offense); Treshaun Abrahams (Defense)
Holy Trinity: Nathan Jones (Offense); Michael Drake (Defense)
League MVP: Nathan Jones (Holy Trinity)
05:15 Holy Trinity TD Nathan Jones (32 yd run)
09:28 Holy Trinity TD Mikey Akeson (fumble recovery in the end zone)
08:51 Pickering TD Darnel Jarrett (51 yd run)
11:44 Pickering TD Justice Johnson (65 yd kickoff return), C Justice Johnson
03:10 Holy Trinity TD Nathan Jones (2 yd run)
01:19 Pickering TD Kesean Bennett (26 yd run)
Pickering: Justice Johnson TD, C; Darnell Jarrett TD; Kesean Bennett TD
Trinity: Nathan Jones 2TD; Mikey Akeson TD
Results: Thursday, November 1st
Holy Trinity 34, Donald A. Wilson 27
Trailing by twenty-one with just over three minutes remaining, a furious fourth quarter comeback by the three time defending champions fell just short when Josh Ritchie intercepted a Gator pass deep in Titans territory in the final minute. Six turnovers (four interceptions, two fumbles) by Wilson played a prominent role in the outcome.
08:41 Holy Trinity TD Mikey Akeson (47 yd run); 2ptC Nathan Jones (run)
10:22 Holy Trinity TD Nathan Jones (3 yd run); 2ptC Nathan Jones (run)
04:21 Donald A. Wilson TD Jordan Grimes (102 yd punt return), C Bailey Jamrik
00:14 Holy Trinity TD Alex Olay (13 yd run); 2ptC Nathan Jones (run)
06:26 Donald A. Wilson TD Jordan Grimes (1 yd run), C Bailey Jamrik
03:25 Holy Trinity TD Nathan Jones (3 yd run); 2ptC Alex Olay (run)
08:41 Holy Trinity SFT Stan Knowlton (end zone tackle)
03:12 Donald A. Wilson TD Daiten Rhone (44 yd pass); C Bailey Jamrik
01:33 Donald A. Wilson TD Shane Nadeau-Wizzard (55 yd fumble recovery)
Trinity: Nathan Jones 2TD, 3 2PtC; Alex Olay TD, 2PtC; Mikey Akeson TD; Stan Knowlton SFT
Wilson: Jordan Grimes 2TD; Daiten Rhone TD; Shane Nadeau-Wizzard TD; Bailey Jamrik 3C
Pickering 14, Paul Dwyer 7
Pickering has advanced to the Junior championship, on Saturday November 7th (12:00 p.m. start) for a league record twentieth time as they escaped with a narrow seven point victory over the Paul Dwyer Saints. The Trojans dynamic duo of Justice Johnson and Darnell Jarrett each scored majors while Keegan Brand replied for the Saints.
Pickering: Justice Johnson TD, 2C; Darnell Jarrett TD
Dwyer: Keegan Brand TD; Jordan Baronet C
Results: Thursday, October 25th
Donald A, Wilson
A three touchdown effort by Jordan Grimes enabled the Gators to clinch home field advantage for their semi-final game with Holy Trinity. The Saints, still seeking their first win of the season, will travel to Pickering in the other semi-final playoff game. Both playoff games are on Thursday. Bailey Jamrik converted all four Gator majors.
Wilson: Jordan Grimes 3TD; Cody Sylvester TD; Bailey Jamrik 4C; Liam Scott SFT
20, Holy Trinity
A 25 yard fourth quarter touchdown by Justice Johnson (his second of the game) enabled the junior Trojans to overcome a one point deficit to preserve their undefeated season. Trailing 14-0 at the half, the Titans taken the lead in the third quarter keyed by a pair of touchdown receptions by Nathan Jones (19 and 14 yards).
00:00 Pickering TD Justice Johnson (88 yd pass)
00:21 Pickering TD Jaylen Latouche (4 yd run); 2ptC Darnell Jarrett (pass)
07:16 Holy Trinity TD Nathan Scott TD (19 yd pass), 2ptC Nathan Scott (run)
00:43 Holy Trinity TD Nathan Scott TD (14 yd pass), C Cody Papp
06:46 Pickering TD Justice Johnson (25 yd pass)
Pickering: Justice Johnson 2TD; Jaylen Latouche TD; Darnell Jarrett 2ptC
Trinity: Nathan Jones 2TD, 2ptC; Cody Papp C
Results: Wednesday, October 17th
Donald A, Wilson
(2-3) 25, Holy Trinity
The junior Gators, led by the two touchdown effort of Jordan Grimes, avenged an opening week loss at the hands of the Titans with a convincing 25-10 victory. Both Daiten Rhone and Trae Wright supported Grimes, each with a touchdown. Zack Elson with a quarterback keeper picked up the lone Titan touchdown in the final minute of play.
05:02 Holy Trinity FG Cody Papp (22 yd)
00:41 Donald A. Wilson TD Jordan Grimes (5 yd run)
10:53 Donald A. Wilson TD Daiten Rhone (53 yd pass)
00:58 Donald A. Wilson TD Jordan Grimes (13 yd pass)
05:18 Donald A. Wilson TD Trae Wright (15 yd pass); C Bailey Jamrik
00:40 Holy Trinity TD Zack Elson (1 yd run); C Cody Papp
Wilson: Jordan Grimes 2TD; Daiten Rhone TD; Trae Wright TD; Bailey Jamrik C
Trinity: Zack Elson TD; Cody Papp FG, C
33, Paul Dwyer
The winless Saints were tied with the division leading Trojans at half time. Keegan Brand had scored from ten yards while Justice Johnson replied with a 48 yard pass reception. The Trojans took control in the second half with Darnell Jarrett scoring three touchdowns. Johnson added the final major on a 102 yard pass play.
00:47 Paul Dwyer TD Keegan Brand TD (10 yd run), C Jordan Baronet
07:55 Pickering TD Justice Johnson (48 yd pass)
08:43 Pickering TD Darnell Jarrett TD (10 yd run), C Justice Johnson
04:40 Pickering TD Darnell Jarrett TD (30 yd run), C Justice Johnson
10:25 Pickering TD Darnell Jarrett TD (1 yd run), C Justice Johnson
01:35 Pickering TD Justice Johnson TD (102 yd pass)
Pickering: Darnell Jarrett 3TD; Justice Johnson 2TD, 3C
Dwyer: Keegan Brand TD; Jordan Baronet C
Result: Friday, October 12th
(3-1) 36, Paul Dwyer
Nathan Jones returned the opening kickoff 80 yards and he immediately added a two point convert to put the Titans up by eight. That would prove to be the difference as the Saints, led by by Michael D'Annunzio (three touchdowns) matched the Titans on the scoreboard from that point on. Jones finished with twenty-two scoring. points.
11:46 Holy Trinity TD Nathan Jones (80 yd kickoff return); 2ptC Nathan Jones (run)
05:07 Paul Dwyer TD Michael D'Annunzio (18 yd run); C Jordan Baronet
10:43 Holy Trinity TD Justin Vachon (51 yd pass); C Michael Drake
02:37 Paul Dwyer TD Keegan Brand (16 yd run); C Jordan Baronet
00:19 Holy Trinity TD Nathan Jones (17 yd run)
11:28 Paul Dwyer TD Michael D'Annunzio (4 yd run)
06:29 Holy Trinity TD Zachery Elson (1 yd run); 2ptC Nathan Jones (run)
01:23 Holy Trinity TD Nathan Jones (18 yd run); C Michael Drake
00:03 Paul Dwyer TD Michael D'Annunzio (6 yd run); 2ptC Mitchell Raper (pass)
Trinity: Nathan Jones 3TD, 2 2ptC; Zack Elson TD; Justin Vachon TD; Michael Drake 2C
Dwyer: Michael D'Annunzio 3 TD; Keegan Brand TD; Mitchell Raper 2ptC; Jordan Baronet 2C
Result: Thursday, October 11th
(4-0) 14, Donald A. Wilson
Touchdowns by Darnell Jarrett and Keason Bennett enabled Pickering to remain undefeated. Daiten Rhone's touchdown reception in the final two minutes pulled the Gators to within two however the two point convert attempt failed. Jordan Grimes, prior to being forced our of the game with an injury, had staked Wilson to an early lead.
11:13 Donald A. Wilson TD Jordan Grimes (27 yd fumble recovery)
07:17 Pickering TD Darnell Jarrett (25 yd pass); C Julius Griffiths
10:05 Pickering TD Keason Bennett (58 yd pass); C Justice Johnson
01:46 Donald A. Wilson TD Daiten Rhone (48 yd pass)
Pickering: Darnell Jarrett TD; Kesean Bennett TD; Julius Griffiths C; Justice Johnson C
Wilson: Jordan Grimes TD; Daiten Rhone TD
Results: Thursday, October 4th
(3-0) 1, Holy Trinity
A twenty-nine yard punt by Tarrick Brissett in the final quarter proved to be the only scoring in a mistake filled tightly defensive contest. Brissett's punt traveled ten yards deep into the end zone. A valiant effort by by Tyler McGregor to return the ball out of the end zone was stopped mere inches short of the goal line by Kyeree Reynolds.
08:14 Pickering S Tarrick Brissett (29 yd punt)
Pickering: Tarrick Brissett S
Donald A. Wilson
(1-2) 29, Paul Dwyer (0-3) 13
Jordan Grimes three touchdown effort gave the three time defending champion Junior Gators their first win of the season as they downed the Saints 29-13. The speedy Daiten Rhone accounted for the fourth Wilson touchdown while Randy O'Connor and Avery Gibbes replied for Paul Dwyer, who remain winless through three games.
Wilson: Jordan Grimes 3TD; Daiten Rhone TD; Bailey Jamrik 3C; Team SFT
Dwyer: Randy O'Connor TD; Avery Gibbes TD; Jordan Baronet C
Result: Saturday, September 29th
The Titans remain undefeated as they shut out the Saints at Paul Dwyer. Nathan Jones spearheaded the Titan effort with a pair of majors and a two point convert while Tyson Rose and Mike Akeson each added a touchdown. Cody Papp added a convert. On Thursday, Holy Trinity will play at Pickering (1:00 p.m.) in a battle of undefeated teams.
Holy Trinity TD Nathan Jones
Holy Trinity TD Tyson Rose
Holy Trinity TD Mike Akeson, 2ptC Nathan Jones
Holy Trinity TD Nathan Jones, C Cody Papp
Trinity: Nathan Jones 2TD, 2ptC; Tyson Rose TD; Mike Akeson TD, Cody Papp C
Result: Thursday, September 27th
Pickering (2-0) 35,
Donald A. Wilson (0-2) 14
Trailing 7-0 early in the game, the Trojans erupted for four touchdowns to take a 21 point half time lead. Leading the Trojan offense was Darnell Jarrett with three touchdowns. Justice Johnson (his third of the season) and Tarrick Brissett also recorded majors. Wilson touchdowns were scored by Cody Sylvester and Daiten Rhone.
10:30 Wilson TD Cody Sylvester TD (1 yd run), C Bailey Jamrik
06:52 Pickering TD Darnell Jarrett TD (8 yd run), C Julius Griffiths
11:31 Pickering TD Darnell Jarrett TD (35 yd run), C Julius Griffiths
03:48 Pickering TD Justice Johnson (28 yd pass), C Julius Griffiths
00:13 Pickering TD Darnell Jarrett TD (15 yd pass), C Julius Griffiths
11:46 Wilson TD Daiten Rhone TD (70 yd kick off return), C Bailey Jamrik
02:40 Pickering TD Tarrick Brissett (10 yd pass), C Julius Griffiths
Pickering: Darnell Jarrett 3TD; Justice Johnson TD; Tarrick Brissett TD; Julius Griffiths 5C
Wilson: Cody Sylvester TD; Daiten Rhone TD; Bailey Jamrik 2C
Results: Thursday, September 20th
(1-0) 21, Donald A. Wilson
With less than two minutes remaining in the game and facing a fourth down situation, Holy Trinity quarterback Zack Elson kicked a rouge from within the Wilson 20 yard line to give the Titans the victory. The Gators had overcome a fourteen point second quarter deficit to level the game before the game winning single.
Trinity: Nathan Jones TD; Justin Vachon TD; Tyson Rose TD; Josh Ritchie 2ptC, Zack Elson S
Wilson: Jordan Grimes 2TD, Dalton Rhone TD, Bailey Jamrik 2C
(1-0) 14, Paul Dwyer
Justice Johnson was on the receiving end of two touchdowns passes in the third quarter to lead the Trojans to an opening week victory. Johnson alertly caught a pass that deflected off the outstretched finger tips of a Saint defender and he then ran the ball 73 yards to the end zone to break up what had been a defensive struggle.
08:53 Pickering TD Justice Johnson (73 yd pass), C Julis Griffiths
04:04 Pickering TD Justice Johnson (47 yd pass), C Julis Griffiths
Pickering: O'Shea Williams 2TD, Julius Griffiths 2C