Gryphons soar over Blues

Gryphons soar over Blues
In their fourth consecutive appearance on national television, the No. 7 Guelph Gryphons topped the host Toronto Varsity Blues 38-12 on Saturday, September 14 at Varsity Centre.
The Gryphons remain undefeated with a 3-0 record, while the Blues drop to 1-3 on the season.
Third-year quarterback Jazz Lindsay of Markham, Ont., was named the Porter player of the game, going 21-of-34 for 297 yards and four touchdowns. His brother, Saxon Lindsay, led all players with nine catches for 108 yards and two majors.
Rookie running back Bryson Wishloff-Dobush (Edmonton) recorded a team-high 74 rushing yards on 11 carries, while sophomore defensive lineman Ian Marouf led the Gryphons with five tackles and two sacks in the win.
Toronto’s Trevor Harvey opened the game with a 71-yard kick return and rookie kicker Eric Hewitson (Cambridge) kicked a 41-yard field goal to give U of T an early 3-0 lead.
Guelph got on the board late in the first as Jazz connected a 12-yard pass with Saxon to cap off a four-play, 44-yard drive. The Gryphons led 7-3 after 15 minutes.
Saxon notched his second major of the game nine minutes into the second quarter and rookie running back Johnny Augustine (Welland, Ont.) added a one-yard rushing touchdown two minutes later as Guelph built a 21-3 lead heading into halftime.
Fifth-year veteran receiver Dilon Dimitroff (Burlington) padded Guelph’s lead on the first drive of the third quarter with an eight-yard touchdown reception and the Gryphons held onto a 28-5 advantage heading into the final frame.
Third-year kicker Daniel Ferraro added a season-high 47-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter and rookie running back Bryson Wishloff-Dobush (Edmonton) caught a Lindsey pitch for a 17-yard major.
The Blues ended the game on a high note as third-year returner Kevin Bradfield (Toronto) came up with a huge 97-yard punt return for the touchdown.
Third-year running back Aaron Milton (Whitby, Ont.) notched a game-high 90 yards on 13 carries, while linebacker Chris Johnson (Toronto) led all players with seven tackles and one sack and was named the Varsity Blues player of the game for his efforts. Dylan Gordon added six tackles and one sack on the day.
Second-year quarterback Chris Jugovic was 8-of-16 for 89 yards, while Marcus Hobbs was 5-for-9 for 56 yards in the loss. 
The Varsity Blues return to action next Saturday, September 21 as they head to Windsor to take on the Lancers at 7 p.m. Guelph hosts the defending Yates Cup champion McMaster Marauders in Week 5 action, also on Saturday, at 1 p.m.

Source: Toronto Sports Info

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