Cheetahs down Cougars to take over rst place in Scotia Conference
e CEC Cougars fell 27-15 to the CP Allen Cheetahs on Sunday in Nova Scotia high school football action at James MacPherson Stadium.
e teams entered the game tied for rst place in the Scotia Conference with records of 3-1.
CP Allen led Sunday’s game 17-6 at halftime.
Cobequid got to within a few points when they scored a major early in the third quarter to make it 17-13, however, the only points for the home side from there was a two-point safety given up by the Cheetahs.
CEC quarterback Michael Adams was 7-of-16 passing for 120 yards.
He threw a 48-yard touchdown pass to Andrew Floyd, and also scored a rushing touchdown.
Floyd also rushed for 24 yards on eight carries, while Braden Gray had four catches for 39 yards and Charles Toole hauled in two passes for 36 yards.
Defensively, Jordan Waller recorded eight tackles and a sack, while Adams had six tackles and one fumble recovery.
Connor Richardson added three tackles and an interception and Floyd had three tackles.
is Sunday, the Cougars host the Sydney Academy Wildcats (1-4) for a 1 p.m. start.
Members of the Cobequid Cougars wrap up a CP Allen Cheetahs rusher during a high school football matchup on Sunday in Truro. The Cheetahs won the game 27-15.