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The Guelph Gryphons were simply too much

PETERBOROUGH, Ont. cheap jerseys online . -- The Guelph Gryphons were simply too much for Ontario rival McMaster in their first outing at the Canadian university womens rugby championship Friday, dominating the Marauders 53-19. The game was a repeat of Saturdays OUA championship, won 36-5 by Guelph, with the Gryphons were never really in danger. They took a 24-12 lead into the break before scoring the first 18 points of the second half to put the game away. Fridays other game saw the Lethbridge Pronghorns thump the host Trent Excalibur 35-0. Guelph wasted no time getting on the board against McMaster as Mary Jane Kirby of Brampton, Ont., powered her way through the Marauders defence for a try, which Ottawas Stephanie Tibelius converted for a 7-0 advantage. McMaster responded 10 minutes later when CIS rookie of the year Cindy Nelles of Belleville, Ont., made it over the try line for the unconverted score. But the Gryphons (1-0) answered right back with two quick tries -- only one of which that was converted -- by veteran fullback Britt Benn of Napanee, Ont., in the 15th and 25th minutes to increase their lead to 19-5. An unconverted try by Guelph native Caitlin McNally in the 30th minute made it 24-5, before Allison McFadden of Barrie, Ont., got McMaster (0-2) a bit closer at 24-12 just before the break with a powerful run over the Guelph defenders. The Gryphons pulled away early in the second half. Stephanie Tibelius scored a penalty in the 39th minute and that opened the floodgates for three consecutive tries, including McNallys second of the game and the first for Brittany Sammut of Port Colborne, Ont., and Morganne Linthwaite of Guelph. With eight minutes remaining, McMasters Lynsay Turner of Mississauga, Ont., scored on a 35-metre run. Stephanie DeVries of Arris, Ont., rounded out the scoring for the Gryphons with a 67th-minute try. "I thought the girls made great decisions on attack throughout the game," Guelph head coach Collette McAuley said. "We stuck to the game plan we laid out and used that to get the jitters out in our first game at the championship." Earlier Friday, Lethbridge (1-0) got off to a solid start with a shutout of Trent. The Excalibur (0-2) were eliminated from medal contention and will play for fifth place for the second straight year on Sunday. They finished sixth in 2010. Canada West rookie of the year and all-Canadian Kayla Moleschi of Williams Lake, B.C., led the way with three ties for the Pronghorns. Fellow all-Canadian Kelsey Willoughby of Lethbridge and Sophie Butler of Lakefield, Ont., added a try apiece. Laura Murphy-Burke of Surrey, B.C., converted the Pronghorns first three scores, while Sarah Gordon, also of Surrey, converted the last two. "We did great to get out to a quick start," Lethbridge head coach Neil Langevin said. "We played a tough team today, but we did enough to move on and look forward to some great games the rest of the tournament." First place in Pool A and a spot in the gold-medal final will be on the line Saturday when the Pronghorns face defending national champion St. Francis Xavier (1-0). The X-Women routed Trent 76-3 on Thursday. The Gryphons, meanwhile, will face the Laval Rouge et Or (1-0) on Saturday for first place in Pool B and a spot in Sundays final. McMaster and Trent will play for fifth on Sunday. wholesale jerseys . Rodrigo Palacio, Andrea Ranocchia and Ricardo Alvarez scored for Inter, which never really looked like letting its lead slip despite a couple of defensive errors. Luca Toni and Bosko Jankovic were on target in Verona to help the hosts to their fifth win in six matches. wholesale jerseys online . Johnson improved to 5-0 in pre-season play as the Jays defeated the Philadelphia Phillies 10-4 before a crowd of 40,811 at Citizens Bank Park. The right-hander gave up four runs in the third inning after the Blue Jays had scored four in the top of the inning.MONTREAL -- Brandon Whitaker made his name rushing the football but the stocky tailback showed he can catch it just as well. Whitaker scored a career-high three touchdowns, two of them on passes from a rejuvenated Anthony Calvillo, as the Montreal Alouettes downed the Winnipeg Blue Bombers 41-30 in the CFL on Friday night. Whitaker led Montreals receivers with 11 catches for 137 yards and also rushed for 98 as the Alouettes (1-1) bounced back from a season-opening 38-10 loss in Calgary last week with a dominant attack, with 551 yards of net offence. "The coaches saw something out there and they took advantage of it," said Whitaker, who led the CFL in rushing last season. It was also redemption time for Calvillo, who completed 31 of 39 passes for 443 yards. He had three TD tosses and did not have any picked off after throwing two interceptions the week before. Rookie Patrick Lavoie also had a TD catch and backup quarterback Adrian McPherson threw a scoring pass to defensive lineman J.P Bekasiak on a short yardage play for Montreal (1-1). Sean White had two field goals. Winnipeg (0-2) QB Buck Pierce, forced out of the season opening 33-16 loss in Vancouver by an injury after completing just three passes, was back to his scrambling self and threw a TD pass to Chris Matthews. Backup quarterback Alex Brink scored a late TD, Demond Washington scored on a spectacular punt return and Justin Palardy added three field goals. Pierce came away feeling the Bombers could have had more. They gave up the ball on downs after having first down on the Montreal six in the fourth quarter, and twice settled for short field goals when they needed TDs. "Im frustrated at myself and the loss," said Pierce. "It seemed like we executed well up to the 20-yard line, and then we couldnt put the ball in the end zone. "We made some improvements and we looked like a pretty efficient offence at times, but we left some things out there and Im pretty disappointed about that." It was Pierces first loss in four meetings with the Alouettes over the last two seasons. The Bombers and Alouettes both finished 10-8 in the East Division last season, but Winnipeg took first lace by winning the season series between them. They used that to reach the Grey Cup game for the first time since 2007, losing to B.C. "Weve got to learn how to win," added Pierce. "Last year, we won these games on the road. "We have to get to the point we were, to understand these games are within our reach. Its us stopping ourselves, thats the frustrating part. They diddnt do anything we didnt know theyd do. cheap nfl jerseys. " Pierce was held to three completions for 11 yards in Vancouver, but bounced back with 18 completions for 255 yards. Matthews (137) and Terrence Edwards (126) both cracked the 100-yard barrier. But Montreal used two TDs in the first quarter and another pair in the fourth to get the victory before a less than sellout crowd of 21,016 on a steamy night at Percival Molson Stadium. McPherson was in at quarterback on a third and goal from the two-yard line when he hit Bekasiak in the end zone 10:04 into the game to cap a 15-play, 97-yard drive. "Ive been running that play in practice for two years now so its been a long time coming," said Bekasiak. "For a split second I thought it was going to get intercepted. "Im glad I could help out. It didnt look like we were getting too far in that series offensively down at their goal line. They were doing a good job blocking us. That was a great call because they werent paying attention to me." A 49-yard strike to S.J. Green set up Whitakers TD at the 15:00 mark, as Calvillo hit his running back coming out of the backfield for a 21-yard score. Pierce marched the Bombers to a field goal to open the second quarter, but White got it back for Montreal after Rod Davis picked off a Pierce pass. Winnipeg struck back again as Edwards made a 46-yard catch to set up a Pierces seven-yard TD pass to Matthews at 11:51. Another drive produced Palardys second field goal with one minute left to end the half with a 17-13 Montreal lead. Montreal started the second half with an eight-play drive for a TD as the rookie Lavoie, Montreals top draft pick out of Laval, took a short toss from Calvillo and ran it in from the 20 at 3:58. The Alouettes were caught once for roughing and twice for pass interference to take the ball to the five, but the Bombers were unable to punch it in and settled for a field goal. It didnt matter, because the defence stopped Montreal and forced a punt, which Washington took straight up the middle 82 yards for a TD. The Alouettes answered with a field goal as the third quarter ended to restore their four-point lead. Calvillo capped a quick drive with a 14-yard TD pass to Whitaker 6:04 into the fourth quarter. Pierce brought the Bombers back to the Montreal six, but failed to score and turned the ball over on downs. Whitaker ran one in around the left end from the 11 with 1:38 left to play. Montreals fifth pass interference foul of the game gave Winnipeg the ball at the one in the final minute, where Brink ran it in. ' ' '

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