A kicked blocked saves the Gee Gees

Un botté bloqué sauve les Gee Gees

There was a minute and 10 seconds when Cody Cranston has played the hero on Saturday afternoon, for the Gee Gees of Ottawa.

The veteran half defensive Cody Cranston has blocked an attempt of investment of 53 yards that would have granted the advance on the opponent. Result, his teammates and him were able to enjoy a second win in three matches in this season of college football, winning 12-10 against the Gryphons of Guelph.

This part pitted two teams ranked among the top 10 in the country.

Ottawa, which occupies the ninth place, scored 10 points on its first two possessions against Guelph, eighth on the national scene.

The half offensive Dawson Odei has registered a hit on a stroke of a rod. This was one of his 30 races throughout the day, in which the counter is arrested to 153 yards. In his first start, quarterback recruit Sawyer Buettner has completed 22 of 32 passes for 228 yards.

“I give a lot of credit to our special unit and our defence, supported the head coach of the Gee Gees, Jamie Barresi, whose team has managed seven sacks.

“Once again, we had problems that we ourselves created. If we correct these things, we would be a better team.”

The good news ?

The Gee Gees will have the benefit of a week off. Their next match is scheduled on September 22, against York.

It will allow Barresi and his assistants to fine-tune the attack, which has produced 51 points in three outings in 2018.

Victory for the Ravens
As for the other football team university of Ottawa, she has also won on Saturday thanks to a game late in the game.

An investment of 22 yards of the kicker, Mike Domagala with two minutes remaining in the fourth quarter allowed the Carleton Ravens pulling out a win of 21-18 in the Warriors of Waterloo.

This was the second attempt that he succeeded, he who had achieved the target at 21 yards early in the second half. His team led 18-3.

But the Warriors have bridged the gap by following with two touchdowns and a converted two points.

The receiver Dominic Walker scored two touchdowns for the Ravens. Notably, he caught a pass 95 yards, quarterback gatinois Michael Arruda.

Jonathan Edward led the defensive winners with eight tackles in addition to recovering a balloon escaped.

Carleton (2-1) will play its next game Saturday when the Gaels Queen’s will be the visitors to the park MNP.

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