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National Championship Game Day

11/17/2018, 7:45am PST
By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)

The Langley Rams vist the Saskatoon Hilltops

The Saskatoon Hilltops host the Langley Rams TODAY at 1:00pm in the 111th Canadian Bowl.

WATCH THE 111th CANADIAN BOWL HERE

It’s the oldest Canadian football championship will see the Hilltops making their eighth trip to the national final in the last nine years, while the Rams are back for the first time since 2014.  It’s the third time in seven seasons they meet.

The Canadian Bowl has seen some unbelievable moments and displays of true determination.  In 2018 the National Championship game will be held in Saskatoon at SMF Field for the first since 2015.

The Prairie Conferences has won the last eight Canadian Bowls.
A quick glance at the 2018 Canadian Bowl:

Langley Rams @ Saskatoon Hilltops - Saturday November 17 @ 1:00pm – SMF Field

Comparison in 2018

Record Regular Season – Rams 7-3 - Hilltops 8-0 – Playoffs Rams 3-0 – Hilltops 2-0
Points For – Rams 264 – Hilltops 402 – Playoffs Rams 115 – Hilltops 86
Points Allowed – Rams 158 – Hilltops 70 – Playoffs Rams 47 Hilltops 14

Passing Leaders – Duncan Little – 187 of 307 (61%) for 2611 yards and 18 touchdowns (Rams) - Jordan Walls – 122 of 197 (62%) for 2010 yards and 18 touchdowns (Hilltops)

Rushing Leaders – Maximillian Joseph – 64 carries for 428 yards and 5 touchdowns (Rams) - Josh Ewanchyna – 134 carries for 1007 yards and 15 touchdowns (Hilltops)

Receiving Leaders – Jevon Cottoy – 39 receptions for 657 yards and 9 touchdowns (Rams) – Jason Price – 31 receptions for 709 yards and 4 touchdowns (Hilltops)

Field Goals – Mattias Bueno – 8 of 10 (80%) – Rams – David Solie – 16 of 26 (61%) - Hilltops

Leading Tacklers – Isaiah Okolli – 41 tackles (Rams) – Cody Peters – 23 tackles (Hilltops)

WATCH THE 111th CANADIAN BOWL

 

LISTEN TO THE HILLTOPS RADIO CALL HERE

Banquet of Champions Tonight

11/16/2018, 8:15am PST
By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)

The CJFL hands out the hardware

The CJFL Banquet of Champions is set for tonight in Saskatoon as the Major Award winners will be recognized.

Both the Langley Rams and Saskatoon Hilltops will be piped in by the traditional bagpipers, the team Presidents will address the audience, the All-Canadians will be announced and a special tribute to Don McDonald will be played.

Then the hardware will be awarded.  The nominees are:

Gord Currie Coach of the Year:
BCFC – Bob Reist – Valley Huskers
PFC – Tom Sargeant – Saskatoon Hilltops
OFC – Jason Hayes – Hamilton Hurricanes

Rookie of the Year
BCFC – Eli Nelms-Horton
PFC – Chopper Hippe – Edmonton Wildcats
OFC – Keyshaun Jordan – Hamilton Hurricanes

Larry Wruck Defensive Player of the Year
BCFC – Conor Richard – Okanagan Sun
PFC – Cody Peters – Saskatoon Hilltops
OFC – Zachary Hoffner – Hamilton Hurricanes

Peter Dalla Riva Offensive Player of the Year
BCFC – Julian Wytinck – Valley Huskers
PFC – Jordan Walls – Saskatoon Hilltops
OFC – Jake Marquette – Hamilton Hurricanes

The 111th Canadian Bowl will kick-off Saturday November 17, at 1:00pm at SMF Field in Saskatoon, SK.

BROADCAST INFO

Watch the pay per view Canadian Bowl broadcast HERE

Listen to the Saskatoon radio broadcast HERE

 

CJFL Offensive All-Canadians

11/15/2018, 12:00pm PST
By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)

The best from the offensive side in 2018

The Canadian Junior Football League (CJFL) is proud to announce the Offensive All-Canadians for the 2018 season.

The Prairie Conference lead the way with six All-Canadians.  In all there are 12 Offensive All-Canadians.

Offensive Line
Mason Ochs – Saskatoon Hilltops (second consecutive season)

Kirk Simonsen – Saskatoon Hilltops (second consecutive season)

Derek Walde – Kamloops Broncos

Kyle Maertans – Hamilton Hurricanes

Logan Ferland – Regina Thunder

Receivers
Jason Price – Saskatoon Hilltops - 31 receptions for 709 yards and 4 touchdowns

Anthony Dyck– Valley Huskers -  46 receptions for 830 yards and 11 touchdowns

Brandon Poulin – Valley Huskers - 63 receptions for 878 yards and 5 touchdowns

Keyshaun Jordan – Hamilton Hurricanes - 33 receptions for 753 yards and 15 touchdowns

Running Backs
Josh Ewanchyna – Saskatoon Hilltops – He won the CJFL rushing title - 134 carries for 1007 yards and 15 touchdowns

Rhett Williams– VI Raiders – He won the BC Conference rushing crown and carried 136 times for 939 yards and 9 touchdowns

Place Kicker
Cole Sabourin – Edmonton Huskies - He was 13 of 20, good for 65%

The CJFL Major Award winners will be announced on Friday November 16, 2018 during the Canadian Bowl Banquet of Champions.

The 2018 Canadian Bowl will kick-off Saturday November 17, 2018 at 1:00pm at SMF Field in Saskatoon, SK.
 

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  • 10/21/2018, 7:00am PDT , By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)
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