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Ottawa 41 Gaels 17


Posted: September 6th, 2015 @ 11:53pm


First Quarter

Qns—FG, Wamsley 18 9:22

Second Quarter

Ott—TD, Bailey 13 pass from Wendel (Ward convert) 1:20

Ott—FG, Ward 46 8:19

Ott—TD, Wendel 5 run (Ward convert) 12:00

Ott—Safety, Wamsley concedes 12:44

Ott—TD, Baines 42 pass from Wendel (Ward convert) 13:19

Ott—Single, Ward 68 kickoff 13:22

Ott—TD, Baines 8 pass from Wendel (Ward convert) 14:46

Third Quarter

Ott—FG, Ward 20 9:43

Qns—TD, Carmichael 9 pass from Hobbs (Wamsley convert) 11:38

Ott—FG, Ward 37 15:00

Fourth Quarter

Ott—Single, Ward misses 30 FG 3:53

Qns—TD, Hobbs 8 run (Wamsley convert) 7:40

Queen’s          3          0          7          7                  17

Ottawa           0          34       6          1                  41

Attendance (Ottawa)—1,500.

 

Statistics

            Qns     Ott

First downs    18       29

Yards rushing                        181     172

Yards passing                        156     384

Total offence  283     556

Passes made-tried    12-23 27-42

Interceptions by        0          1

Fumbles-fumbles lost           2-2      0-0

Punts-average yards                        10-40 7-40

Penalties-total yards             13-110           4-21

NOTE—Total offence equals yards rushing plus yards passing minus team losses such as yards lost on broken plays.

 

Individual Statistics

Rushing

Queen’s—Andrews 15 carries for 112 yards; Hobbs 6-42, 1 TD; Pataki 5-25, Innis 1-2.

Ottawa—Vieira 17-110, Wendel 6-28, 1 TD; Cherniak 5-25, French 1-6, Stewart 1-3.

Passing

Queen’s—Hobbs completed 11 of 21 for 149 yards, 1 TD, 1 interception; Duffy 1-2, -2 yards.

Ottawa—Wendel 27-42, 384 yards, 3 TDs.

Receiving

Queen’s—Carmichael 5 catches for 52 yards, 1 TD; Del Brocco 1-36, Andrews 1-20, Pataki 1-18, A.Dowd 1-13, Hannon 1-10, Osei-Kusi 1-7, Dodwell 1-0.

Ottawa—Stewart 7-113, Vieira 5-93, Fisher 5-58, Bailey 5-47, 1 TD; Baines 3-62, 2 TDs; Dagher 2-11.

Punting

Queen’s—Wamsley 10 for 402 yards, avg. 40.2, longest 58.

Ottawa—Bellardini 7-277, avg. 39.6, longest 53.

Interceptions

By Queen’s—None.

By Ottawa—Harry.

Quarterback Sacks

By Queen’s—Sauer.

By Ottawa—Mbaye 2, Timbilla 2, Tommy.


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