Sept. 25 football report: OUA and Niagara Generals
Lakeshore Catholic alumnus Cole Majoros caught three TD passes for 31, 61 and four yards to help the Western Mustangs defeat the Waterloo Warriors 67-7 in Ontario University Athletic football action.
Majoros finished the game with five catches for 123 yards and four punt returns for 48 yards. Saint Paul grad Harry McMaster added six catches for 77 yards for the defending Vanier Cup champions.
For Waterloo, A.N. Myer product Tre Ford has 12 rushes for 88 yards and 8-16 passes for 130 yards, including a 26-yard TD pass. Ford came into the game leading the OUA in touchdown passes (16) and second in passing yards per game (337.4). Tre’s brother, Tyrell, had a solo tackle and four punt returns for 75 yards.
Holy Cross grad Mike Domagala had a big game as the Carleton Ravens topped the University of Toronto Blues 38-26. Domagala booted field goals measuring 40, 13, 11, 42 and 44 yards. Fellow Holy Cross product Mario Villamizar had one catch for 17 yards as Laurier fell 21-20 to McMaster.
“With our first official win under our belts, I could not be more proud of our boys who are finally coming together from offensive line to safety,” head coach Bruce MacRae said.
Austin MacRae had two touchdowns and a convert for the Generals and Braden Genest also scored a touchdown.
GENERALS 40 BULLDOGS 21
Jackson Stewart tossed four touchdown passes and rushed for another to power the Niagara Generals Tier 1 bantam football team to a 40-21 romp over the Brampton Bulldogs.
Also contributing to the victory were: Quinn Johnston with a touchdown on a kickoff return and a TD catch; Kody MacRae, touchdown reception; Lucas Hazelton, touchdown reception and an interception; Jack Wilson, touchdown reception; Ryan Broome, four converts; outstanding effort on offence by Stewart and MacRae; outstanding effort on defence by David Robinson and Hazelton; and, outstanding effort on special teams by Quinn Johnston and Nick Longo.
GENERALS 6 LIONS 6
Nick Jokic rushed for 93 yards and threw a TD pass to Wyatt Brown, helping the Niagara Generals bantam Tier 2 football team tie the Cambridge Lions 6-6.
A good performance by the Niagara defence held a strong offence to only six points, led by an interception by Breton Pearcey and a fumble recovery by Brown.
The offensive line also played an excellent game.
LIONS 8 GENERALS 6
The Niagara Generals atom football team fell 8-6 to the Cambridge Lions.
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