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CJFL Fans Choice Photo of the Year

01/14/2020, 9:45am PST
By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)

You can help select the best CJFL photo of 2019

VOTE NOW for the Fans Choice Photo of the Year.  View the pictures below then click HERE to place your vote.

Polls will be open until Friday January 24, 2020, 12:00pm PST

Inside The CJFL Offensive Numbers

12/30/2019, 10:15am PST
By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)

The top five statistical offensive leaders across the League

Our look back at the 2019 CJFL season continues as we go Inside the Numbers with the top five statistical leaders across the 18 teams on the offensive side:

Quarterbacks Completion Percentage:

#5 – Duncan Little – Langley Rams – 59.5%
#4 – Declan O’Flaherty – Edmonton Huskies – 59.7%
#3 – Colton Allen – Windsor AKO Fratmen – 60.6%
#2 – Ethan Belbeck – Hamilton Hurricanes – 63%
#1 – Tyler Hermann – Saskatoon Hilltops – 64.1%

Quarterback Touchdown Passes:

#5 - Jake Laberge – VI Raiders – 12 AND Declan O’Flaherty – Edmonton Huskies – 12
#4 - Ethan Belbeck – Hamilton Hurricanes – 16 AND Shawn Lal – Westshore Rebels – 16
#3 - Tyler Hermann – Saskatoon Hilltops – 17 AND Blake Scherle – Regina Thunder – 17
#2 - Colton Allen – Windsor AKO Fratmen – 20 AND Duncan Little – Langley Rams – 20
#1 - Daniel Mailloux – Windsor AKO Fratmen – 21

Quarterback Yards Thrown

#5 – Duncan Little – Langley Rams – 1866 yards
#4 – Tyler Hermann – Saskatoon Hilltops – 1908 yards
#3 – Riley Naujoks – Winnipeg Rifles – 2118 yards
#2 – Blake Scherle – Regina Thunder – 2196 yards
#1 – Shawn Lal – Westshore Rebels – 2206 yards

Running Backs Yards Gained:

#5 - Zach Lubin – Westshore Rebels – 785 yards
#4 - Kelton Kouri – Okanagan Sun – 804 yards
#3 - Brandt Burzuk – Edmonton Huskies – 824 yards
#2 - Andrew Pocrnic – Langley Rams – 1199 yards
#1 - Ben Abrook – Saskatoon Hilltops – 1215 yards

Running Backs Average Yards Per Carry (min 50 carries)

#5 - Brandt Burzuk – Edmonton Huskies – 6.4 yards per carry
#4 - Nash Preiur – Windsor AKO Fratmen – 6.5 yards per carry
#3 - Malcolm Miller – Okanagan Sun - 7.1 yards per carry
#2 - Andrew Pocrnic – Langley Rams – 7.4 yards per carry
#1 - Danny Byrne – London Beefeaters – 8.2 yards per carry

Running Backs Touchdowns

#5 - Brandt Burzuk – Edmonton Huskies – 6 AND Ethan Belbeck – Hamilton Hurricanes – 6 AND Tazie Vang-Bell – 6
#4 - Clarke McCallum – London Beefeaters – 7
#3 - Zach Lubin – Westshore Rebels – 8 AND Ben Abrook – Saskatoon Hilltops – 8
#2 - Jaiden Hyland – Hamilton Hurricanes – 14
#1 - Andrew Pocrnic – Langley Rams – 26 (new CJFL single season record)

Receptions

#5 – Sam Clayton – Edmonton Huskies – 37
#4 – Mike West – VI Raiders – 40
#3 – Cody Holmes – Windsor AKO Fratmen – 45
#2 – Jared Hayes-Williams – Windsor AKO Fratmen – 50
#1 – Brandon Poulin – Valley Huskers - 61

Receiving Yards

#5 - Isaac Foord – Regina Thunder – 605
#4 - Ethan Douglas – Regina Thunder – 631
#3 – Cody Holmes – Windsor AKO Fratmen 683
#2 - North Rainey – VI Raiders – 729
#1 - Jared Hayes-Williams – Windsor AKO Fratmen – 781

Average Yards Per Catch (min 30 receptions)

#5 – Ronnie Oling – Edmonton Huskies – 16 yards a catch (30 receptions)
#4 - Khalik Johnson – Langley Rams – 17.8 yards a catch (32 receptions)
#3 - Ethan Douglas – Regina Thunder – 18.6 yards a catch (34 receptions)
#2 - Isaac Foord – Regina Thunder – 19.5 yards a catch (31 receptions)
#1 – North Rainey – VI Raiders – 20.3 yards a catch (36 receptions)

Receiving Touchdowns

#5 – Multiple players – 5
#4 – Connor Graham – Saskatoon Hilltops AND Brandon Poulin – Valley Huskers – 6
#3 – Jarryd Taylor – Langley Rams, Ethan Douglas – Regina Thunder, Mike West – VI Raiders – 7
#2 – Keyshaun Jordan – Hamilton Hurricanes, Jared Hayes-Williams – Windsor AKO Fratmen AND Khalik Johnson – Langley Rams – 9
#1 – Cody Holmes – Windsor AKO Fratmen - 12

Inside The CJFL Defensive Numbers

12/28/2019, 9:45pm PST
By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)

The top five statistical leaders across the League

We take a look back at the 2019 CJFL season as we go Inside the Numbers with the top five defensive statistical leaders across the 18 teams:

Tackles

#5 – Riley Keating – Saskatoon Hilltops – 34
#4 - Dawson Puk – Okanagan Sun – 35
#3 - Abe Fimbo – Kamloops Broncos – 38
#2 - Darby Kwan – Kamloops Broncos – 44
#1 – Chopper Hippe – Edmonton Wildcats – 46

Sack Masters

#5 - Partap Sandhu – Langley Rams AND Kyle Clarot – Langley Rams – 5.5 sacks
#4 – Matt Hill – VI Raiders – 6 sacks
#3 - Cole Barron – Langley Rams, Darby Kwan – Kamloops Broncos AND Blake Ouellette – Windsor AKO Fratmen – 6.5
#2 - Cam Howes – Ottawa Sooners – 7
#1 - Richie Williams – Hamilton Hurricanes – 7.5

Knockdowns

#5 – Multiple players – 4
#4 - Mackenzie Bannatyne – Calgary Colts AND Dalmas Lynch – Windsor AKO Fratmen – 5
#3 - Codey McRoberts – London Beefeaters AND Finn Marcotte-Cribb – Regina Thunder – 6
#2 - Kaden Cook – Kamloops Broncos AND Jordan Farry – Valley Huskers – 7
#1 – Nate Adams – Okanagan Sun – 9

Interceptions

#5 - Multiple players – 4
#4 – Nathan Murray – Langley Rams – 5
#3 – Max Sabourin – Ottawa Sooners, Cheyvez Campbell – Edmonton Huskies AND Brandyn Martin – Regina Thunder – 6
#2 – Andre Gordon – VI Raiders – 7
#1 – Maleek Womack – Westshore Rebels – 8

Made Field Goals

#5 - Eric Maximuik – Regina Thunder – 8
#4 - Gagan Bains – GTA Grizzlies – 9
#3 - Alex Minor – Winnipeg Rifles – 10
#2 - Ethan Homan – Valley Huskers - 12
#1 - Rylan Kleiter – Saskatoon Hilltops – 18