CEC eyeing top spot in the conference
e Cobequid Cougars look to take over sole possession of rst place in the Scotia Conference this weekend when they host the CP Allen Cheetahs in Nova Scotia high school football action.
Sunday’s opening kickoff is slated for 1 p.m. at James MacPherson Stadium.
CEC and CPA are tied for top spot in the conference with records of 3-1.
e Cougars enter the matchup after a 50-7 rout of the Prince Andrew Panthers last Sunday.
CEC running back Andrew Floyd ran for 147 yards on 10 carries and scored two rushing touchdowns. He added another on a one-yard reception.
Quarterback Michael Adams was 4-of-7 passing for 67 yards and two TD tosses. He also gained 28 yards on three carries. Backup pivot Craig Tabor was 4-of-4 passing for 36 yards and two major strikes.
Other CEC offensive highlights came from Torro Gabrielli (six carries, 116 yards, one TD), Braden Gray (four catches, 54 yards, one TD), Charles Toole (four catches, 54 yards, one TD) reception and Owen Sellers (one catch, 20 yards, one TD).
Defensively, linebacker Jordan Waller had four tackles, while Adams – while playing defensive back – added four tackles and had an interception. Ivan Gault added three tackles and Josh Benoit had one tackle and one interception.
CEC led 28-7 at halftime.