The Vanier College Mens
AAA Football Cheetahs are on their way to the Bol dOr Championship
once again after a 52-3 demolishing of the Beauce-Appalaches Condors
this past Saturday at Concordia University. Vanier will now face their
arch-rival Vieux-Montréal Spartiates, who defeated F. X. Garneau
34-27 in triple overtime on Sunday, in the championship game on Saturday
at Diablos Stadium in Trois-Rivières.
opened the scoring at the 7:46 mark of the first quarter when quarterback
Myles Gibbon (#2 at left) connected with Duraney White on an 85-yard
touchdown bomb. Wiseborn Aboagye added his first of 7 converts and
the slaughter was on. The Cheetahs then tacked on two more first
quarter touchdowns on runs of 52 yards by John Jean-Baptiste and
4 yards by Gibbon.
Vanier made it 28-0 when
Gibbon broke loose on a 16-yard touchdown dash with only 1:20 to play
in the first half and Aboagye chipped in with another extra point.
In the third frame, Aboagye
booted a 27-yard field goal to increase the Cheetahs lead to 31-0.
Duraney White hauled in 3 passes
for 118 yards and John Jean-Baptiste had a tremendous rushing game with
13 carries for 141 yards.
After the Condors broke
the shutout with a field goal of their own, Gibbon hooked up with
Vincent Zucco for a 12-yard touchdown toss and Aboagye notched
the convert as the Cheetahs made it 38-3 at 14:10 of the third
period. Vanier tacked on 14 more points in the fourth quarter
on an electrifying 74-yard interception return by Julien Papineau,
a 14-yard touchdown dash by Anatole Roberts and two more Aboagye
Cheetahs were paced on the offense by quarterback Myles Gibbon,
(right) who completed 14 of 24 pass attempts for 315 yards while
rushing for 21 yards on 7 carries.
(left) anchored the Vanier defense with 14 tackles including a quarterback
sack while Ameet Pall (right) contributed 10 tackles to go along
with a knocked down pass. James Symianick had an interception along
with 2 knockdowns and Nathan Taylor recorded a pick and a knockdown.
Matthew Bond-Lapointe had the other interception for the Cheetahs,
who will practice hard this week as they prepare to defend their
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Womens AAA Cheetahs Basketball squad improved to a perfect
6-0 with a pair of wins over the weekend. On Thursday, Marie-Eve
Martins 18 points propelled the Lady Cheetahs to a 72-56
triumph over the Montmorency Nomades, in a game that they led
41-19 at the half. Magalie Beaulieu and Anneth Him Lazarenko each
reached double figures in scoring with 16 and 14 points respectively
in the win.
The Lady Cheetahs kept
on rolling on Sunday with a decisive 83-43 home rout of Sherbrooke.
Sophomore sensation Marie-Eve Martin (left) had a tremendous game
with 28 points while Anneth Him Lazarenko contributed 16 points,
10 rebounds and 3 steals and Magalie Beaulieu picked up 10 points,
7 assists and 5 steals for first place Vanier.
The ladies will be
at Edouard-Montpetit on Friday to take on the Lynx. The tip-off
is slated for 7:00 p.m.
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Mens AAA Basketball action, the Cheetahs raised their early season
record to 2-2 with a convincing 74-64 win over the Montmorency Nomades
this past Thursday at the Vanier College Sports Complex. The Cheetahs
held leads of 21 points at half-time and 26 points after three quarters
before their guests rallied to make the final outcome respectable. Holando
Meus held the hot hand for Vanier with 17 points and 7 rebounds while
Anaclet Mulumba Mbayi also had a strong game with 14 points and 16 rebounds.
Hernst Laroche netted 14 points to go along with 8 assists and 3 steals
and Mike Flannery chalked up 11 points for the Cheetahs, who will visit
Edouard-Montpetit this Friday. Game time is 9:00 p.m.
Mens AA Basketball Cheetahs dropped a 67-59 decision to Outaouais
this past weekend. They will travel to Hull on Sunday to take on Nouvelles-Frontières.
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