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Author Topic: Lanark-Renfrew Power Rankings  (Read 4326 times)
Week 2
« on: Sun, 23-Sep-12 @ 07:04:49PM »
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1. Arnprior (Renfrew, 2-0 - Beat Fellowes 49-12)
2. Almonte (Lanark, 2-0 - Beat Perth 21-0)
3. St. John's (Lanark 1-1 - Beat Carleton Place 37-7)
4. Notre Dame (Lanark 2-0 - Beat Smith Falls 15-7)
5. Renfrew (Renfrew 1-1 - Beat Mackenzie 21-0)
6. Smith Falls (Lanark 1-1 - Lost 15-7 to Notre Dame)
7. Perth (Lanark 0-2 - Lost 21-0 to Almonte)
8. Mackenzie (Renfrew 1-1 - Lost 21-0 to Renfrew)
9. Carleton Place (Lanark 0-2 - Lost 37-7 to St. John's)
10. Fellowes (Renfrew 0-2 - Lost 49-12 to Arnprior)
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Week 3 Predictions
« Reply #1 on: Mon, 24-Sep-12 @ 05:50:01PM »
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WEEK 3 Games
Renfrew (#5, 1-1) at Fellowes (#10, 0-2)

        Renfrew will beat them easily, Fellowes is still looking for it's first ever win as a program in 3 years. 35-12 Renfrew
Arnprior (#1, 2-0) at Mackenzie (#8, 1-1)
        Another easy win for Arnprior, won't face a real challenge till the crossover with Lanark. 42-17 Arnprior
St. John's (#3, 1-1) at Smith Falls (#6, 1-1)
        St Johns really took it to Carleton Place last week, the same Carleton Place team that nearly beat Smith Falls in Week 1. 37 - 21 St. Johns
Almonte (#2, 2-0) at Notre Dame (#4, 2-0)
        GAME OF THE WEEK - Two undefeated teams face off, but Almonte has handled stronger opponents with ease, while Notre Dame finally have their first two wins as a Senior program. Almonte's D is just too strong right now though, only allowing 7 points in two games. 28-10 Almonte
Perth (#7, 0-2) at Carleton Place (#9, 0-2)
        An 0-2 record doesn't do Perth justice as they're a much better team than their record indicates, while CP looks weak. 28-14 Perth

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Week 3 Scores
« Reply #2 on: Fri, 28-Sep-12 @ 06:08:55PM »
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Almonte over Notre Dame 61-16 at Beckwith Park
Renfrew over Fellowes 48-12 at Fellowes High
St. Johns over Smith Falls 51-0 at Smith Falls High School
Arnprior beat Mackenzie at Mackenzie High (Score unknown)
No news from Carleton Place and Perth yet, but will be updated soon
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PR, Week 4
« Reply #3 on: Mon, 01-Oct-12 @ 10:08:27PM »
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1. Arnprior (LW - #1, NC, Renfrew 3-0 - Beat Mackenzie 41-21)
   Until someone can beat them, they will remain atop the rankings.
2. Almonte (LW - #2, NC, Lanark 3-0 - Beat Notre Dame 61-16)
   Everything was firing on all cylinders for the 'Bolts against an undefeated Notre Dame team
3. St. John's Spartans(LW - #3, NC, Lanark 2-1 - Beat Smith Falls 51-0)
   A couple of good offensive performances the last two weeks, scoring 88 pts. in two games
4. Renfrew (LW - 5, Up 1, Renfrew 2-1 - Beat Fellowes 42-12)
   Expect them to compete with Arnprior this week for their "Turkey Bowl" match-up
5. Notre Dame (LW - 4, Down 1, Lanark 2-1 - Lost to Almonte 61-16)
   So much for "match of the week". Got destroyed in their own house, 'nuff said.
6. Carleton Place (LW - 9, Up 3, Lanark 1-2 - Beat Perth 26-21)
   Big mover of the week after a hard fought win.
7. Mackenzie (LW - 8, Up 1, Renfrew 1-2, Lost to Arnprior 41-21)
   Up one after putting up 21 on the defending champs.
8. Perth (LW - 7, Down 1, Lanark 0-3, Lost to Carleton Place 26-21)
   Play-off contenders to fighting for their lives after that one. Played much better against Almonte
9. Smith Falls (LW - 6, Down 3, Lanark 0-3, Lost to St. John's 51-0)
   Lost a lot from last year, trying to keep their play-off hopes alive
10. Fellowes (LW - 10, NC, Renfrew 0-3, Lost 42-12 to Renfrew)
   Still looking for their first win as a program in 3 years.
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Week 4 Predictions
« Reply #4 on: Mon, 01-Oct-12 @ 10:41:26PM »
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Week 4, "Turkey Bowl" week

Game of the Week
St. John's Spartans(2-1) at Notre Dame Celtic Warriors(2-1) @ Beckwith Park

   St. John's looked impressive after a complete thrashing of Smith Falls last week, while Notre Dame is picking up the pieces from last weeks implosion against Almonte. This is also a matchup between two great running backs in Devon McParland and Jacob Legault who can break open a game at any time. Expect Notre Dame to put up more of a fight this week.
   St. John's 35, Notre Dame 28

Carleton Place Bears(1-2) at Almonte Thunderbolts(3-0) @ Naismith Field

   Almonte is playing great football right now (102 pts. for, 23 pts. against in 3 games) and hasn't lost at home in two years. Carleton Place got embarrassed last year twice to this Almonte team which hasn't changed much from last year.
   Almonte 42, Carleton Place 3

Renfrew Raiders(2-1) at Arnprior Redmen(3-0) @ Arnprior and District High School
   The last time these two teams faced each other this season, Arnprior won by 21. However, Renfrew always comes to play on Turkey Bowl weekend. It'll be much closer, but I don't see Arnprior losing unless something surreal happens.
   Arnprior 41, Renfrew 35

Smith Falls Redhawks (0-3) at Perth Blue Devils(0-3) @ Perth and District Collegiate Institute
   A battle of winless teams may come down to home field advantage, which is in a big favour for Perth. Anyone who has played there knows how bad it is to play there (Train tracks beside the field, field is smaller (50 yrd centre), track starts to intersect onto the field at the 10 yrd. line, etc.). Also, Perth can play better than they have shown.
   Perth 28, Smith Falls 14

Fellowes Falcons (0-3) at Mackenzie Mustangs (1-2) @ Mackenzie High School
   In their last matchup this season, Mackenzie won by 20. Fellowes has been getting better, but not that much better.
   Mackenzie 21, Fellowes 7
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« Reply #5 on: Fri, 12-Oct-12 @ 09:18:25PM »
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what happened to your weekly reports....they were good stuff...would like to read more about your insights.

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Week 6 PR
« Reply #6 on: Mon, 15-Oct-12 @ 07:51:32PM »
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1. Arnprior Redmen(5-0, Renfrew, beat Fellowes 39-19)
   Put up 39 points WITHOUT SB Jaegar Prot (suspension), make it 27 straight wins.
2. Almonte Thunderbolts(5-0, Lanark, beat Smith Falls 34-0)
   Put up 34 points WITHOUT RB Wes Mann (injury), Defence has only allowed 23 pts all season.
3. St. John's Spartans(4-1, Lanark, beat Perth 19-14)
   Almost had a scare last week, but survived it as they clinch #2 in Lanark.
4. Renfrew Raiders(3-2, Renfrew, beat Mackenzie 7-3)
   They now have the #2 seed in Renfrew after a hard-fought win.
5.Carleton Place Bears(2-3, Lanark, beat Notre Dame 17-14)
   Nice upset of Notre Dame, they seem to have found themselves a little momentum since beating Perth.
6. Notre Dame Celtic Warriors(2-3, Lanark, lost to Carleton Place 17-14)
   Ever since they played Almonte, they haven't been the same. They get to play them again this week.
7. Mackenzie Mustangs(2-3, Renfrew, lost to Renfrew 7-3)
   One heck of a first-round matchup is brewing between them and Renfrew
8. Perth Blue Devils(1-4, Lanark, Lost to St. John's 19-14)
   Could mess with the standings in Lanark with a win against Carleton Place.
9. Fellowes Falcons(0-5, Renfrew, lost to Arnprior 39-19)
   Put up 19 on Arnprior, gotta respect that as they finally move out of the basement this week.
10. Smith Falls Redhawks(0-5, Lanark, lost to Almonte 34-0)
   Got physically dominated by Almonte, face St. John's next week to put this season to an end.
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« Reply #7 on: Mon, 15-Oct-12 @ 09:37:59PM »
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lets get some predicts for final week up heree
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« Reply #8 on: Sun, 21-Oct-12 @ 08:10:44AM »
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Let's see the new power rankings saw the arnprior game the d-line is unbeatable crushing everything in sight
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« Reply #9 on: Mon, 22-Oct-12 @ 07:19:38PM »
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what r the match ups this week?
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« Reply #10 on: Tue, 23-Oct-12 @ 12:02:58PM »
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renfrew raiders will face the mackenzie mustangs on thursday in rci at 2:00pm this will determine who will face the Arnpiror Redmen next friday
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Playoff Power Rankings
« Reply #11 on: Wed, 24-Oct-12 @ 11:56:20AM »
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Playoff Power Rankings
1. Arnprior Redmen(6-0, Renfrew, LW 1, NC, Beat Mackenzie 30-1)
2. Almonte Thunderbolts(6-0, Lanark, LW 2, NC, Beat Notre Dame 30-0)
3. St. John's Spartans(5-1, Lanark, LW 3, NC, Beat Smith Falls 35-10)
4. Perth Blue Devils(2-4, Lanark, LW 8, Up 4, Beat Carleton Place 36-6)
5. Renfrew Raiders(3-3, Renfrew, LW 4, Down 1, Beat Fellowes 42-13)
6. Notre Dame Celtic Warriors(2-4, LW 6, NC, Lost to Almone 30-0)
7. Mackenzie Mustangs (2-4, Renfrew, LW 7, Lost to Arnprior 30-1)
8. Carleton Place Bears (2-4, Lanark, LW 5, Down 3, Lost to Perth 36-6, OUT OF PLAYOFFS)
9. Fellowes Falcons (0-6, Renfrew, LW 9, NC, Lost to Renfrew 42-13, OUT OF PLAYOFFS)
10. Smith Falls Redhawks (0-6, Lanark, LW 10, NC, Lost to St. John's 35-10, OUT OF PLAYOFFS)
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Lanark Playoff Results
« Reply #12 on: Thu, 25-Oct-12 @ 04:09:21PM »
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Semi Final Scores (Number indicates Playoff Seed)

(1) Almonte beat (4) Perth 48-7 (Led 41-7 at the half)

(2) St. John's beat (3) Notre Dame 35-15

NEXT WEEK: (1) Almonte vs. (2) St. John's at Naismith Field, Almonte on November 2nd
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PR, "Final Four"
« Reply #13 on: Sat, 27-Oct-12 @ 10:44:25PM »
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The final four is now set in Lanark-Renfrew. The winners of Each championship will face off next week.

1. Arnprior Redmen (LW 1, BYE, Play Mackenzie in Renfrew Final)
   Facing a team that they beat twice with a combined score of 71-22.
2. Almonte Thunderbolts (LW 2, Beat Perth 48-7, Play St. John's in Lanark Final)
   Could be easily #1, led 41-7 at the half. They'll look for revenge from last year when they lost to St. John's in the Lanark Final last year.
3. St. John's Spartans (LW 3, Beat Notre Dame 35-15, Play Almonte in Lanark Final)
   Can Devon McPharland carry them to the promised land again and win their second straight Lanark Championship?
4. Mackenzie Mustangs (LW 7, Beat Renfrew 23-15, Play Arnprior in Renfrew Final)
   Pulled off an Upset and now a chance at a championship for them.
5. Renfrew Raiders (LW 5, OUT OF PLAYOFFS)
   Let that one get away, wished they could've played their rivals again in the finals
6. Notre Dame Celtic Warriors (LW 6, OUT OF PLAYOFFS)
   Even the return of Cassidy Malenfant didn't help them win a game.
7. Perth Blue Devils (LW 4, OUT OF PLAYOFFS)
   Where was Perth in that one? Could've easily played 100 times better than that.
8. Carleton Place Bears (LW 8, OUT OF PLAYOFFS)
   You think they would've done better than Perth?
9. Fellowes Falcons (LW 9, OUT OF PLAYOFF)
   Apparently won an exhibition against North Grenville, so congrats on your first unofficial win Fellowes
10. Smith Falls Redhawks (LW 10, OUT OF PLAYOFFS)
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1. Arnprior Redmen vs #4. Mackenzie Mustangs
   I expect this one to not be close as Arnprior led by Qb Nathan Andrews and Reciever Jaegar Prot will lead to victory as one of the top offences in the league and put up big points. Mackenzie has had great improvement in the season compared to last but the redmen will be to much to handle   Prediction  Redmen  48   Mustangs 14

              #2. Almonte Bolts vs #3. St John Spartans
 I expect this game to demonstrate how good Almontes defence truly is. The best in the league , especially at their own house. Can Devon Mcparland run free and lead St Johns to victory and get there revenge at Arnprior? Or can the bolts offence led by Wes Mann Andy Basset and Brett Mosley put up numbers the St Johns RB can do nothing about?    Predict Bolts 35     Spartans 14
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« Reply #15 on: Wed, 31-Oct-12 @ 11:08:48AM »
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Arnpior Redmen will roll over the mustangs and continue to face st johns almonte is already looking past them and the RB from st johns is gonna destroy there defensive line and almonte has a lot of players playing both ways never a good choice one person gets injured you take away two spots rematch of the finals last year gonna be more exciting this year though
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Playoff results
« Reply #16 on: Sun, 04-Nov-12 @ 08:10:12AM »
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Lanark Championship
St. John's over Almonte 13-10

   St. John's delivered Almonte's first loss at home since 2010 in dramatic fashion after a 23 yrd TD pass with 20 seconds left to take a 3 point lead. Almonte has trouble moving the ball all day while placing their defence usually in their own territory. Almonte tried a Hail Mary on the last play of the game but it was just overthrown, giving St. John's its second straight Lanark title.

Arnprior over Mackenzie 22-6
   Arnprior wins it's second straight Renfrew title with a victory over Mackenzie.
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« Reply #17 on: Tue, 06-Nov-12 @ 06:20:09PM »
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#1. Arnprior Redmen  vs # St.John Spartans
  final was 42-17 for Arnprior Redmen as they were to much to handle for St.Johns. running back for St johns made huge plays but in senior football 1 man cant do it all. Arnprior moves onto kingston this friday
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