Ravens Spell Doom For Windsor

QB Liam Putt (12), RB Jaydon Gauthier (23), and WR Gilbert Stewart (5) during the OUA football game between the Windsor Lancers and Carlton Ravens at Alumni Stadium in Windsor on 12 Sept. 2015. Copyright Ian Shalapata. 2015. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

QB Liam Putt (12), RB Jaydon Gauthier (23), and WR Gilbert Stewart (5) are seen during the OUA football game between the Windsor Lancers and Carlton Ravens. Putt achieved just 50% passing, completing 14 of 28 throws for 274 yards, the 2 TDs, and 3 interceptions.
Photo by Ian Shalapata.

Header-image-Shalapata-2By Ian Shalapata

(WINDSOR, ON) – Lancers football have fallen to 0-3 after a 62-16 loss at the hands of the Carlton Ravens on Saturday afternoon at Alumni Field. The visitors built a 51-0 lead into the 3rd quarter before WR Dave McDuffie hauled in a 24 yard pass from QB Liam Putt to get the Lancers on the board.

Carlton responded with 10 more 4th quarter points before Putt connected with WR Beau Lumley on a 30 yard pass and run for a second Windsor major. The team rounded out the scoring by forcing a safety with just over 2 minutes remaining to play.

Putt achieved just 50% passing, completing 14 of 28 throws for 274 yards, the 2 TDs, and 3 interceptions. Putt was sacked 4 times after coming into the game after starter QB Casey Wright was o-for-2 including an interception.

The rookie Putt also averaged 7.7 yards on 3 carries.

Tarrence Crawford (26) during the OUA football game between the Windsor Lancers and Carlton Ravens at Alumni Stadium in Windsor on 12 Sept. 2015. Copyright Ian Shalapata. 2015. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

The Carlton Ravens put the grab on RB Tarrence Crawford (26) and the Lancers during the OUA football game between the Windsor and the Ravens at Alumni Stadium in Windsor on 12 September 2015.
Photo by Ian Shalapata.

RB Tarrence Crawford gained 47 yards on 13 attempts and RB Marvin Gaynor picked up 24.

In the air, Lumley caught 6 receptions for 188 yards and the TD while McDuffie added 41 yards on his 3 catches.

McDuffie was also busy on the special teams returning 4 punts, 4 kick-offs and piling 115 yards onto his all-purpose total of 156.

DB Devon Woods (25) and DB Austin Crumb (2) during the OUA football game between the Windsor Lancers and Carlton Ravens at Alumni Stadium in Windsor on 12 Sept. 2015. Copyright Ian Shalapata. 2015. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

DB Devon Woods (25) and DB Austin Crumb (2) can’t stop the 1-yard run for a touchdown by Stefano Napolitano during the OUA football game between the Windsor Lancers and Carlton Ravens.
Photo by Ian Shalapata.

On the defensive side of the ball, DB Luke Lefler had 8 solo tackles while DB Spencer Trinier picked up 7 on his own.

The single sack on the day for Windsor was recorded by DL Dave Flewelling, for 3 yards.

WR Dave McDuffie (1) during the OUA football game between the Windsor Lancers and Carlton Ravens at Alumni Stadium in Windsor on 12 Sept. 2015. Copyright Ian Shalapata. 2015. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

WR Dave McDuffie (1) collected 156 all-purpose yards against the Carlton Ravens.
Photo by Ian Shalapata.

The Lancers will take to the road next weekend to meet the Gee Gees on September 19. Ottawa is only slightly better than Windsor with a 1-2 record after losing to McMaster 57-42.

  • Ottawa 42 McMaster 57
  • Carleton 62 Windsor 16
  • Waterloo 24 Queen’s 47
  • Guelph 49 York 22
  • Western 59 Laurier 9
Games Wins Loses Points
Guelph 3 3 0 6
Western 3 3 0 6
McMaster 2 2 0 4
Carlton 3 2 1 4
Queen’s 3 2 1 4
Ottawa 2 1 1 2
Toronto 2 1 1 2
Laurier 3 1 2 2
York 3 0 3 0
Waterloo 3 0 3 0
Windsor 3 0 3 0
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Ian Shalapata

Ian writes for and provides imagery to Square Media Group as well as accepting freelance photographic assignments. In addition, he has contributed to media organizations, sporting groups, and individuals across North America including the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, Chatham-Kent Sports Network, the Golf Association of Michigan, League 1 Ontario, as well as numerous colleges and universities in Canada and the United States.
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