The Gaiters trip to Halifax was unsuccessful as the Huskies blew away the Purple and Silver in the second half to take a 55-11-win Saturday. Through the first half the game was close, with Halifax holding a 21-10 lead after 30 minutes. Bishop’s got their first touchdown of the game to tie the game after linebacker Elijah Williams recovered a fumble for a 5-yard score with 5:32 remaining in the first quarter.
The Sherbrooke Phoenix had two preseason games over the weekend as they prepare for the upcoming season. With the absences of five players participating in NHL training camps the Birds were beaten by the Tigres from Victoria in back-to-back games. Evan Fitzpatrick was away with the St. Louis Blues giving Brenadn Cregan and Thommy Monette playing time in the tune up games. On defence, the Birds were missing their top pairing of Thomas Grégoire and Luke Green.
The Bishop’s Gaiters lost their second straight game since the start of the season, falling to 0-2 in AUS conference play. The Saint Mary’s Huskies took control of the game early on scoring on four of their first five possessions, jumping out to a 23-0 lead in the first quarter forcing the Gaiters to play from behind the rest of the game. Bishop’s got on the board to cut the lead to 23-7 when Nathan Walker caught a pass from Mathieu Demers for a 37-yard touchdown.
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