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  • 08/12/2022, 11:45am PDT , By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)
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Top 10 Power Rankings

08/18/2022, 10:45am PDT

The 10 best across the CJFL heading into Week 5

Photo courtesy of Greystoke Photography

Following Week 4 of the CJFL regular season and all three Conferences in action for the first time, the CJFL presents the Top 10 Power Rankings.

These rankings will be released every Thursday.

Here’s the full list as the CJFL enters Week 5 of the regular season:

Ranking Teams Last Week
1 Okanagan Sun (3-0) -
2 Saskatoon Hilltops (1-0) -
3 St. Clair Saints (1-0) -
4 Regina Thunder (1-0) -
5 London Beefeaters (1-0) -
6 Edmonton Huskies (1-0) -
7 Westshore Rebels (3-1) -
8 Valley Huskers (3-1) -
9 Hamilton Hurricanes (1-0) -
10 Kamloops Broncos (2-1) -




Players of the Week - Week 4

08/17/2022, 9:15am PDT
By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)

The best from each Conference during Week 4

This past weekend was the first this season that all three CJFL Conferences saw live action.  The Week 4 Football Canada Players of the Week are unveiled.

Offensive Players of the Week

Prairie Conference
WR Isaac Foord – Regina Thunder

Playing in his first game since the death of his mother, Isaac Foord was incredible. No-one across the CJFL made more than his nine receptions this past weekend as he gathered 179 yards and tallied three touchdowns. 

Ontario Conference
QB Andrew Brush – St. Clair Saints

After a jittery start to open the game the Saints first year pivot quickly found his groove as he weaved his way through the Skyhawks defense for a 15-yard touchdown run.  Brush then connected with three different receivers for his first touchdown passes of the season leading the Saints to a first week rout of the visiting Skyhawks. Brush connected on 6 of 11 passes for 119 yards and three touchdowns through the air in addition to his one on the ground before calling it a day after less than two quarters of work.

BC Conference 
QB Dominic Britton – Okanagan Sun

For the second time in four weeks Dominic Britton has been named the Offensive Player of the Week in BC after dominating last weekend’s first place showdown.  He completed 12 passes for 292 yards and threw five touchdowns to four different receivers.  He also rushed once and collected 18 yards on the carry leading the Sun to a lopsided win.

Defensive Players of the Week

Prairie Conference 
LB Konnor Johnson – Saskatoon Hilltops

The defending Conference champs pitched a second half shutout on Sunday and Konnor Johnson was a big reason why.  He finished the game with four tackles, had a sack, a pair of knockdowns, an interception and assisted on another tackle.

Ontario Conference
DL Dylan Clarke – London Beefeaters

Dylan Clarke single handily wrecked the Ottawa Sooners' game plan as he racked up five solo tackles, a sack, knocked down a pass and blocked a field goal attempt for a total of 19 defensive points as the Beefeaters opened the season with a road win in the nation’s capital.

BC Conference 
Keagan Curtis – Kamloops Broncos

For the first time in franchise history the Kamloops Broncos beat the VI Raiders in Nanaimo and their defence was a major factor.  They forced nine turnovers and were led by Keagan Curtis who picked off two passes and added three solo tackles. 

Special Teams Players of the Week

Prairie Conference
PK Connor Green – Saskatoon Hilltops

On Sunday, 13 of the 19 points the Hilltops scored came off the right foot of kicker Connor Green.  He booted four field goals including a 46-yarder, had a convert, two kick-offs for 111 yards and tallied four punts for 123 yards flipping the field for the defending Conference champs. 

Ontario Conference
KR LJ Dyer – London Beefeaters

The veteran running back for London quickly quieted the Ottawa crowd as he took the season opening kickoff 105 yards to the house for a touchdown. Dyer also had two touchdowns running the ball for the Beefeaters, but it was his fantastic return on the opening kickoff that set the tone for the defending champs as they defeated Ottawa in the Sooners' return to the CJFL.

BC Conference 
KR Mike O’Shea – Okanagan Sun

He’s one of the most electric players in the CJFL and wasted little time making an impact in last weekend’s first place showdown.  He took a punt up the right sideline 79 yards to the end zone helping the Sun to a 23-point first quarter.  In all O’Shea returned six kicks for 136 yards on the evening which included his major. 

BC Conference Week 4 Summary

08/15/2022, 8:30am PDT
By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)

The Sun, Huskers and Broncos each win

Photo courtesy of Shoot The Breeze Photography

Okanagan Sun 65
Westshore Rebels 29

What was pegged as a first place, evenly matched showdown on Saturday night turned into any but that as the Sun dominated the Rebels.

The Sun erupted for 23 points in the first quarter which set the tone for the lopsided victory.  Offensively quarterback Dominic Britton completed 12 passes for 292 yards and threw five touchdowns including a pair to Blaise Beauchemin.  Mike O’Shea, Colby Miletto and Jevon Garwood also hauled in majors.  Garwood and Tristen Peddle scored on the ground and O’Shea returned a punt in the opening quarter 79 yards to paydirt. 

On the defensive side the Sun held the Rebels to just 60 yards on the ground and forced seven turnovers.  Aiden Hennessey recovered a pair of fumbles, one of which was returned 47 yards for a touchdown and Isaac Wegner picked off a pass.

The Rebels did keep fighting throughout the game and were able to score 21 of their 29 points in the second half.  Quarterback Te Jessie threw for 309 yards, and a pair of touchdown passes to Kierran Poissant and he ran for another. 

A bright spot on the Rebels special teams was Cairo Berry who set a new team record for punt return yardage in a game with 189 on five returns. He beat the old team mark of 175 yards on six returns from 1991 set by former CJFL Outstanding Offensive Player of the Year, Simon Beckow. 

Next weekend the Sun (3-0) will host the VI Raiders (1-3) and the Rebels (3-1) will enjoy a bye week.

Valley Huskers 34
Prince George Kodiaks 17

The Huskers continue their hot start with their third win of the season and second over the Kodiaks.  

The reigning Offensive Player of the Week, running back Reece Wyke had another strong game with 82 yards and three touchdowns.  He also caught a pass for eight yards.  Speaking of passes quarterback Josh Janssen completed 12 of them for 237 yards and found David Coronado for a 53-yard touchdown strike. 

Their pass rush on the defensive side was impressive compiling five sacks, two of which by James Moar.  Meanwhile Sawyer Tether intercepted a pass and Kurtis Flynn made six tackles. 

The Kodiaks offence came from their quarterback Liam Oczkowski.  He threw for 187 yards, found Jerome Erickson for a touchdown, and added another one on the ground.   Erickson caught a game high nine passes for 99 yards. 

Defensively Nicholas Tremblay was good with a pair of sacks and Keon Raymond had a team high five solo tackles.

These two teams will meet each other again this coming weekend, but this time the Kodiaks (0-3) will host the Huskers (3-1) on Saturday night. 

Kamloops Broncos 35
VI Raiders 16

For the first time in franchise history the Broncos beat the Raiders in Nanaimo. 

Their offence used the ground and pound method to perfection as five different ball carries rumbled for 270 yards and four touchdowns.  Cameron Grzegorczyk hauled most of the load on 21 carries for 122 yards and had a major.  Kaleb Senz, Evan Guizzo and quarterback Reid Vankoughnett each had a score while receiver Chris Finden caught a touchdown from Vankoughnett. 

The Broncos defence held the Raiders to 75 yards on the ground and forced an incredible nine turnovers.   Keagan Curtis picked off two passes and made three tackles to lead the way. 

After giving up 21 points in the second quarter, the Raiders found it difficult to work their way back.  Quarterback Ben Chomolok completed 24 passes for 316 yards and threw a pair of touchdown passes.   His favourite target was Dylan Pye who caught six passes for a game high 108 yards and a score. 

Next weekend the Broncos (2-1) will host the Langley Rams (0-3) and the Raiders (1-3) will visit the Okanagan Sun (3-0).

  • Week 4 Preview

  • 08/12/2022, 11:45am PDT , By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)
  • All three Conferences will see live action this weekend
  • Read More
  • Week 3 Preview

  • 08/04/2022, 8:00am PDT , By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)
  • Three games highlight Week 3 of the CJFL season
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