Golden Gaels Photos
Queen's Golden Gaellery by Jeff Chan
2015 East West Bowl 20150509
Queen's represented by WR Doug Corby, K Dillon Wamsley and Coaches Pat Sheahan and Greg Marshall.
2015 EAST-WEST BOWL ROSTERS
Pos. Name University HT WT Hometown
QB Drew Burko Saskatchewan 6-4 220 Saskatoon, Sask.
QB Brandon Leyh Mount Allison 6-2 220 New Westminster, B.C.
RB Vincent Davignon Bishop’s 5-9 185 Granby, Que.
RB Lukas Gavac Toronto 6-1 223 Mississauga, Ont.
RB Luis Guimont-Mota McGill 5-9 190 Quebec City, Que.
RB Nicholas Narbonne Bourque Montreal 5-9 235 Saint-Jérôme, Que.
RB Thomas Troop Acadia 6-0 215 Alliston, Ont.
REC Louis Brouillette McGill 6-0 175 Sherbrooke, Que.
REC Doug Corby Queen’s 6-2 195 Burlington, Ont.
REC Félix Faubert-Lussier Laval 6-0 221 Montreal, Que.
REC Nicholas Gaudreault McGill 5-11 179 Lachine, Que.
REC Brian Jones Acadia 6-4 230 Enfield, Ont.
REC Llevi Noel Toronto 6-2 200 Toronto, Ont.
REC Matt Rose Mount Allison 6-3 210 Sackville, N.B.
REC Donald Tabor StFX 6-1 230 Dartmouth, N.S.
OL Jean-Philippe Bérard Sherbrooke 6-4 310 Cowansville, Que.
OL James Comeau StFX 6-2 300 St. Albert, Alta.
OL Pierre-Olivier Daloze McGill 6-2 276 Laval, Que.
OL Philippe Gagnon Laval 6-8 295 L’Ancienne-Lorette, Que.
OL Roman Grozman Concordia 6-4 310 Tel Aviv, Israel
OL Jason Lauzon-Séguin Laval 6-4 300 Pointe-Claire, Que.
OL Bobby Thomson Carleton 6-4 275 Montreal, Que.
OL Charles Vaillancourt Laval 6-4 325 Coaticook, Que.
DL Stefan Carty Carleton 6-1 249 Toronto, Ont.
DL Lucas Cristovao Saint Mary’s 6-2 230 Markham, Ont.
DL Jordan Dablé Sherbrooke 6-2 256 Grenoble, France
DL Mathieu Dupuis Montreal 6-1 295 Laval, Que.
DL Aaron Jervis Toronto 6-4 256 Oakville, Ont.
DL Rashid Timbilla Ottawa 6-3 252 Nepean, Ont.
LB Tanner Care Ottawa 6-1 215 Burlington, Ont.
LB Makenzie Fox Saint Mary’s 5-11 206 Bedford, N.S.
LB Alexandre Gagné Sherbrooke 6-1 215 Saint-Hubert, Que.
LB Shayne Gauthier Laval 5-10 215 Dolbeau-Mistassini, Que.
LB Arto Khatchikian Concordia 6-1 220 Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Que.
LB Michaël Langlois Laval 6-0 210 Amos, Que.
LB Marc-Antoine Laurin Ottawa 6-1 215 Cantley, Que.
DB Gaël Bernard-Perron Sherbrooke 5-10 185 Magog, Que.
DB Michael Bohan Mount Allison 6-1 200 Sackville, N.S.
DB Mikael Charland Concordia 6-4 210 Gatineau, Que.
DB John Connors Toronto 6-1 190 Barrie, Ont.
DB Alexandre Doucet Montreal 5-11 195 Montreal, Que.
DB Paolo Edwards StFX 5-9 180 Hamilton, Ont.
DB Ryan Hector Bishop’s 6-0 180 Brampton, Ont.
DB Rashawn Perry Concordia 6-0 180 LaSalle, Que.
DB Maïko Zepeda Montreal 5-8 200 LaSalle, Que.
K Félix Faubert-Lussier Laval 6-0 221 Montreal, Que.
K Dillon Wamsley Queen’s 5-11 190 London, Ont.
Originally selected but unable to participate:
DL Maxime Dugas Sherbrooke 6-3 225 Maria, Que.
DL Jordan Redding Mount Allison 6-4 235 Halifax, N.S.
Head Coach: Danny Maciocia (Montreal)
Offensive Coordinator: Danny Desriveaux (Montreal)
Defensive Coordinator: Paul-Eddy Saint-Vilien (Montreal)
Special Teams Coordinator: Kevin Mackey (Bishop’s)
Quarterbacks: Nate Weiss (Toronto)
Running backs: Dean Jones (Saint Mary’s)
Receivers: Steve Snyder (StFX), Luigi Costanzo (Toronto)
Offensive Line: Brad Collinson (Laval), Pat Sheahan (Queen’s)
Defensive Line: Glen Constantin (Laval)
Linebackers: Guillaume Boucher (Sherbrooke)
Defensive Backs: Kevin Mackey (Bishop’s), Nathan Taylor (Concordia)
Pos. Name University HT WT Hometown
QB Will Finch Western 6-3 215 Burlington, Ont.
QB James Fracas Laurier 6-0 195 Waterloo, Ont.
RB Declan Cross McMaster 5-11 215 Oakville, Ont.
RB Wayne Moore McMaster 6-0 222 Etobicoke, Ont.
RB Mercer Timmis Calgary 6-1 220 Burlington, Ont.
REC Brett Blaszko Calgary 6-4 215 Burlington, Ont.
REC George Johnson Western 6-3 188 London, Ont.
REC Greg Nyhof Laurier 6-4 225 Georgetown, Ont.
REC Brydon Ozmun Saskatchewan 6-0 200 Nipawin, Sask.
REC Dustin Pedersen Manitoba 5-11 215 Nanaimo, B.C.
REC Jimmy Ralph Alberta 5-10 188 Raymond, Alta.
REC Riley Wilson Regina 6-3 205 Regina, Sask.
OL Randy Beardy Windsor 6-7 280 Sarnia, Ont.
OL Jamal Campbell York 6-7 295 Toronto, Ont.
OL Ethan Charters Acadia 6-5 300 Oromocto, N.B.
OL Drew Digout Saskatchewan 6-4 265 Saskatoon, Sask.
OL Kyle Fraser-Audit Guelph 6-5 283 Port Colborne, Ont.
OL Zach Intzandt McMaster 6-5 290 London, Ont.
OL Sean Jamieson Western 6-7 316 Winnipeg, Man.
OL Taz Martin Waterloo 6-5 315 Elmira, Ont.
OL Alex McKay Manitoba 6-5 285 Winnipeg, Man.
DL Rupert Butcher Western 6-5 296 London, Ont.
DL Donnie Egerter Guelph 6-3 285 Niagara Falls, Ont.
DL Ousmane Guindo McGill 5-10 219 Laval, Que.
DL David Onyemata Manitoba 6-4 300 Lagos, Nigeria
DL Boyd Richardson UBC 6-3 235 Regina, Sask.
DL Ethan Sadowski UBC 6-5 257 Delta, B.C.
LB Alexandre Cromer-Émond Montreal 5-8 215 Price, Que.
LB Joey Dwyer Regina 6-2 200 Regina, Sask.
LB DJ Lalama Manitoba 6-1 220 Winnipeg, Man.
LB Curtis Newton Guelph 6-2 220 London, Ont.
LB Anthony Petrucci Laurier 6-0 195 Sarnia, Ont.
LB Frank Renaud Windsor 6-1 215 Windsor, Ont.
LB Michael Runowski York 6-2 225 Burlington, Ont.
DB Elie Bouka Calgary 6-1 205 Laval, Que.
DB Austin Crumb Windsor 5-11 195 Harrow, Ont.
DB Tristan Doughlin Guelph 6-0 185 Toronto, Ont.
DB Dylan Kemp Saskatchewan 5-11 195 Rosetown, Sask.
DB Cyril Iwanegbe Calgary 5-9 190 Brooks, Alta.
DB Michael Schmidt Calgary 5-11 190 Calgary, Alta.
DB Josh Small York 5-9 175 Pickering, Ont.
DB Hunter Turnbull Calgary 5-11 180 Calgary, Alta.
K Stephen Fabian Alberta 6-2 165 Tilley, Alta.
Originally selected but unable to participate:
OL Chris Fanning Acadia 6-2 305 Ottawa, Ont.
DL Paul Kaija Waterloo 6-2 225 Sarnia, Ont.
LB Brandon Corelli Waterloo 6-0 220 Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.
Head Coach: Brian Dobie (Manitoba)
Offensive Coordinator: Joe D’Amore (Windsor)
Defensive Coordinator: Wayne Harris Jr. (Calgary)
Special Teams Coordinator: Paul Orazietti (UBC)
Quarterbacks: Michael Faulds (Laurier)
Running Backs: Tom Flaxman (Western), Dwayne Masson (Regina)
Receivers: Jason Sulz (Alberta), Mark Surya (Laurier)
Offensive Line: Scott Flory (Saskatchewan), Chris Morris (Alberta), Sheldon Neald (Regina)
Defensive Line: Ryan Karhut (York)
Linebackers: Donnavan Carter (Windsor), Matt Robichaud (Waterloo), Adam Grandy (Guelph)
Defensive Backs: Dwayne Cameron (Laurier), Nial Both (Waterloo), Devin Kavanagh (Guelph)
EAST 29, WEST 21
CORBY COLLECTS RECORD THREE TDs AS EAST BEATS WEST 29-21
Doug Corby of the Queen's Gaels set a CIS East West Bowl record with three touchdown receptions as the East defeated the West 29-21 in a spirited affair at Percival Molson Memorial Stadium, Saturday.
It was the fifth victory in six meetings for the East, which improved to 6-7 overall in the annual Canadian Football League prospects game, which showcases – for the most part – CIS players who will be eligible for the following year's CFL draft.
The East led from start to finish, holding an 87 edge after the opening quarter, which they improved to 157 at the half and 2221 after three quarters. "In a game like this, you don't want to put too much pressure on yourself but at the same time you know people are watching," said Corby, a 6foot2, 195pound arts and science student who had 33 catches for 487 yards and four touchdowns in seven league contests last fall in his third season with Queen's. "It was a fun game and a fun week to be a part of. There were a lot of great players here this week and I'm happy I was able to have a solid performance today."
Corby, a native of Burlington, Ont., snared four passes for a gamehigh 131 yards. He opened the scoring with a 63yard TD toss from quarterback Brandon Leyh at 4:31
of the first quarter. Corby put his side up 2214 with a sevenyard TD reception from Drew Burko midway through the third quarter and completed his TD hattrick with a 50yard reception from Leyh at 9:43 of the final stanza. Corby and Laval linebacker Michael Langlois of Amos, Que., were selected as the Adidas offensive and defensive players of the game for the East. Alberta Golden Bears receiver Jimmy Ralph of Raymond, Alta., and Guelph linebacker Curtis Newton of London, Ont., received similar honours for the West.
"I was very impressed with the execution on both sides of the ball, for both teams," said East head coach Danny Maciocia, who last November led his Montreal Carabins to the first Vanier Cup title in program history at Molson Stadium. "Hats off to the players but also the coaches for producing such a quality game despite the short preparation time." His West counterpart, Brian Dobie from the University of Manitoba, echoed Maciocia's comments. "I thought we put on a good show. It was an entertaining game for the fans, back and forth. Both teams played very well," said Dobie, who had previously coach the West squad at the EastWest Bowl in 2008. "Overall, McGill put together a great week. This is all about the players, and I think all of them had a great experience."
All four quarterbacks who saw action passed for at least one TD and none of them were picked off. The most productive was Burko, who plays for the Saskatchewan Huskies but suitedup for the East side, led all pivots with game highs in attempts (16), completions (13) and yards (180), tying the EWB record for most touchdown passes (2).
Leyh, a native of Westminster, B.C., who plays for Mt. Allison, passed for 153 yards, going 6 for 12.
Llevi Noel of the Toronto Varsity Blues, was the only other receiver to reach the century mark, with 127 yards on six receptions. Rounding out the scoring for the East was Blues running back Lukas Gavac of Mississauga, Ont., whose nineyard run gave his side a 157 advantage just nine seconds into the second quarter. Aside from Ralph, the only player from the West to hit paydirt was McMaster running back Wayne Moore, who scampered for 86 yards on 11 carries, including a 19yard TD run at 8:52 of the second quarter, which narrowed the gap to 87. Calgary defensive back Elie Bouka of Laval, Que., led all tacklers with seven tackles, to go along with a forced fumble.
GAME NOTES: The East West Bowl showcases CIS players who will be eligible for the following year's CFL Canadian draft. The East side is comprised – for the most part of studentathletes representing schools from the Atlantic and Quebec conferences, as well as Queen's, Ottawa, Carleton and Toronto. The West contingent is made up of standouts from Canada West and the remaining OUA universities. McGill was hosting the weeklong event for the first time, taking over from Western University,
which hosted the previous six editions in London, Ont. The event has also been held at McMaster (2008), Laval (2007, 2006) and Wilfrid Laurier (2005, 2004, 2003).
EAST – TD Doug Corby 63 pass from Brandon Leyh (Dillon Wamsley kick) 4:31
EAST – Rouge Dillon Wamsley 29 6:47
WEST – TD Wayne Moore 19 run (Stephen Fabian kick) 8:52
EAST – TD Lukas Gavac 9 run (Dillon Wamsley kick) 0:09
WEST – TD Jimmy Ralph 9 pass from James Fracas (Stephen Fabian kick) 6:51
EAST – TD Doug Corby 7 pass from Drew Burko (Dillon Wamsley kick) 8:44
WEST – TD Jimmy Ralph 11 pass from Will Finch (Stephen Fabian kick) 12:54
EAST – TD Doug Corby 50 pass from Brandon Leyh (Dillon Wamsley kick) 9:43 (EAST 2921)
All photos are by Jeff Chan. Jeff is past Chairman of the Vanier Cup - Canada's University Football Championship and the Premier University Event in Canada, and was a member of the Canadian College Bowl Board and Vanier Cup Organizing Committee from 1978-2001.
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