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Canadian Junior Football League

Regular Season 2014

Week 3 - Ontario Conference
WR David Raza – Niagara Regional Raiders

Despite a loss in the season opener the Niagara Regional Raiders performance on the road in the Nation’s capital proved to be all that the hometown Sooners could handle.  Leading the charge for the Raiders was receiver David Raza who collected 105 yards on three receptions and scored a pair of touchdowns.

Week 3 - Prairie Conference
RB Ben Abrook – Saskatoon Hilltops

The 4x defending champion Hilltops opened the season where they left off last year and a new running back has emerged.  Ben Abrook carried the load with 27 rushes for 171 yards and scored three touchdowns as the Toppers blasted their provincial rivals.

Week 3 - BC Conference
QB Jake Laberge – VI Raiders
To say the Raiders comeback on Saturday was incredible is an understatement.  Down 34-7 with 10 minutes to play the Raiders mounted a comeback not seen in the CJFL for quite some time.  Quarterback Jake Laberge had his hand in every scoring play while orchestrating the come from behind win. He finished 21 of 30 for 334 yards, threw three touchdown passes and ran for two more.

Week 2 - BC Conference
WR Jevon Cottoy – Langley Rams
Easily his best game since coming to the BC Conference and the Rams.  He would make a game high seven receptions for 113 yards and three touchdowns in the Rams drubbing of the Valley Huskers 42-9.  Cottoy accounted for 18 of the Rams 42 points and was the only Rams’ receiver to catch a major on Saturday night.

Week 1 - BC Conference
QB Julian Wytinck – Valley Huskers
A historic win for the Valley Huskers on Sunday, snapping their 31 game losing streak with a two point victory over the defending BC champion VI Raiders.  Julian Wytinck made his debut and didn’t disappoint leading the Huskers to score21 points in the final quarter completing the come from behind victory.  He finished 25 of 39 for 310 yards and threw four touchdown passes.  He added four carries for 18 yards.