The CJFL unveils the Players of the Week after Week 7 of the regular season.
Offensive Players of the Week
WR Shamar Donelson – Okanagan Sun
His best game in the Sun orange and brown as Shamar Donelson torched the VI Raiders secondary hauling in five receptions for 178 yards and four touchdowns. His longest score was a 71 yard major sprinting away from the defender.
QB Sawyer Buettner – Regina Thunder
It was arguably the best game in the CJFL this season and Sawyer Buettner played a major role in leading the Regina Thunder to a 23 point second half and come from behind victory over the defending champs. Buettner finished with 33 completions for 374 yards and threw a pair of touchdowns.
QB Brandon Reaume – Windsor AKO Fratmen
For the second time this season Brandon Reaume has been named the Conference Player of the Week and there was no doubt after his performance on Saturday. He completed 11 of 14 for 377 and threw an incredible six touchdown passes. He also rushed three times for 25 yards and scored another major. His performance helped the Fratmen take sole possession of first place.
Defensive Players of the Week
DL Quinton Bowles – VI Raiders
He has been a major impact returning to the Raiders this season. On Sunday afternoon he was part of a defensive line that held the Okanagan Sun running attack to under 100 yards. Bowles collected four tackles, assisted on another one and had a game high two sacks.
DB Colton Holmes – Saskatoon Hilltops
He was a big part of the Hilltops secondary that was tested all night long by the Regina Thunder. Holmes was outstanding with a game high eight tackles and assisted on two others.
LB Pren Duhanaj – Windsor AKO Fratmen
The Fratmen defence frustrated the London Beefeaters all night, not giving up much. They were led by linebacker Pren Duhanaj who collected 3.5 sacks, two tackles and two assisted stops.
Special Teams Players of the Week
K James Parker – VI Raiders
His right leg helped the Raiders play to a 31-31 tie on the road in Kelowna. Parker booted all three field goals he attempted and was a perfect 2-2 in converts. He compiled seven kick-offs that traveled 376 gross yards. In all, Parker tallied 11 points.
KR/PR Isaac Foord – Regina Thunder
Field position is always so important when playing the defending champions. Thanks to the kick returning of Isaac Foord, the Regina Thunder were able to operate with great success. Foord collected seven kick returns for 85 returned yards.
K Andrew Beaton – Windsor AKO Fratmen
For the third consecutive week Andrew Beaton has been named the Special Teams Player of the Week. He was good on all eight conversion attempts, had nine kick-offs for 484 gross yards and five punts, grossing 171 yards.
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