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Gaels 23 Guelph 15


Posted: October 3rd, 2015 @ 8:17pm


First Quarter

Qns—Safety, Ferraro concedes 6:14

Qns—TD, Pataki 1 run (N. Dowd convert) 8:36

Second Quarter

Gph—TD, Augustine 3 run (Ferraro convert) 12:22

Third Quarter

Qns–TD, Del Brocco 108 pass from Hobbs (Wamsley convert) 10:13

Fourth Quarter

Gph—TD, Augustine 25 run (Ferraro convert) 4:04

Gph—Single, Ferraro 86 kickoff 4:04

Qns—TD, Pataki 1 run (Wamsley convert) 6:09

Guelph           0          7          0          8                  15

Queen’s          9          0          7          7                  23

Attendance (Kingston)—4,275.

 

Statistics

            Gph     Qns

First downs    25       21

Yards rushing                        274     139

Yards passing                        156     282

Total offence              404     390

Passes made-tried    16-28 14-27

Interceptions by        0          3

Fumbles-fumbles lost           1-0      2-1

Punts-average yards                        8-31    9-33

Penalties-total yards             5-50    7-66

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

 

Individual Statistics

Rushing

Guelph—Augustine 24 carries for 179 yards, 2 TDs; Gordon 15-76, Roberts 3-11, Nieuwesteeg 1-6, Landers 1-2.

Queen’s—Pataki 23-73, 2 TDs; Hobbs 6-56, A.Dowd 1-6, Innis 2-4.

Passing

Guelph—Roberts completed 16 of 28 for 156 yards, 3 interceptions.

Queen’s—Hobbs 14-27, 282 yards, 1 TD.

Receiving

Guelph—Scarfone 7 catches for 66 yards, Husty 5-52, Augustine 2-14, Ingram 1-13, Spagnuolo 1-11.

Queen’s—Del Brocco 2-119, 1 TD; Weir 4-53, Pataki 1-40, Hannon 3-27, Corby 3-25, Carmichael 1-18.

Punting

Guelph—Ferraro 8 for 245 yards, avg. 30.6, longest 41.

Queen’s—Zulys 5-159, avg. 31.8, longest 43; Wamsley 4-136, avg. 34.0, longest 50.

Interceptions

By Guelph—None.

By Queen’s—McQuilkin (1), Bowman (1), Moore (1).

Quarterback Sacks

By Guelph—McNeely 2 (3), Rush (2), Thompson (2).

By Queen’s—Sauer (3), Flude (1).


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