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Week 7 Head to Head

09/13/2019, 11:15pm PDT
By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)

This weekend's match-ups

Photo courtesy of Jim Motokado

SATURDAY

BC Conference

Langley Rams 28
VI Raiders 3

Okanagan Sun 38
Kamloops Broncos 9

Ontario Conference

Windsor AKO Fratmen 46
Hamilton Hurricanes 30

Niagara Raiders
Ottawa Sooners

SUNDAY

Ontario Conference

GTA Grizzlies @ London Beefeaters – Sunday September 15, 1:00pm – TD Waterhouse Stadium

Head to Head

Records – Grizzlies 1-3 – Beefeaters 3-1
Points For – Grizzlies 65 – Beefeaters 191
Points Allowed – Grizzlies 102 – Beefeaters 53

Passing Leaders – Malachi Morrison – 39 of 86 (45%), 429 yards, 2 touchdowns (Grizzlies) – Clarke McCallum – 42 of 72 (58%), 735 yards, 6 touchdowns (Beefeaters)

Rushing Leaders – Malachi Morrison – 8 carries for 71 yards, 1 touchdown (Grizzlies) – Tazie Vang-Bell – 20 carries for 253 yards, 4 touchdowns (Beefeaters)

Receiving Leaders – Harvey Mafuta – 10 receptions for 196 yards, 1 touchdown (Grizzlies) –Tazle Vang-Bell – 10 receptions for 205 yards, 2 touchdowns (Beefeaters)

Leading Tacklers – Mark Straw – 13 tackles (Grizzlies) – Willie Mboko – 13 tackles (Beefeaters)

Turnovers – Grizzlies +6 – Beefeaters +8

Prairie Conference

Winnipeg Rifles @ Edmonton Huskies – Sunday September 15, 1:00pm – Clarke Park | WATCH HERE

Head to Head

Records – Rifles 1-2 – Huskies 2-1
Points For – Rifles 112 – Huskies 106
Points Allowed – Rifles 94 – Huskies 39

Passing Leaders – Riley Naujoks – 79 of 143 (55%), 1174 yards, 5 touchdowns (Rifles) – Declan O’Flaherty – 66 of 106 (62%), 897 yards, 5 touchdowns (Huskies)

Rushing Leaders – Brandon Urciuoli – 37 carries for 225 yards (Rifles) – Brandt Burzuk – 52 carries for 263 yards, 2 touchdowns (Huskies)

Receiving Leaders – Tim Solypa – 20 receptions for 290 yards, 1 touchdown (Rifles) – Ronnie Oling – 14 receptions for 239 yards (Huskies)

Leading Tacklers – Cole Sneesby – 15 tackles (Rifles) – Justin Hodinsky – 13 tackles (Huskies)

Turnovers – Rifles -6 – Huskies +9

BC Conference

Valley Huskers @ Westshore Rebels – Sunday September 15, 1:00pm – Westhills Stadium | WATCH HERE

Head to Head

Records – Huskers 1-4 – Rebels 4-1
Points For – Huskers 109 – Rebels 151
Points Allowed – Huskers 162 – Rebels 103

Passing Leaders – Reid Vankoughnett – 57 of 104 (55%), 697 yards, 4 touchdowns (Huskers) – Shawn Lal – 66 of 131 (51%), 1160 yards, 9 touchdowns (Rebels)

Rushing Leaders – Remis Tshiovo – 50 carries for 202 yards (Huskers) – Zach Lubin – 66 carries for 293 yards, 3 touchdowns (Rebels)

Receiving Leaders – Brandon Poulin – 37 receptions for 404 yards, 4 touchdowns (Huskers) – Brycen Mayoh – 26 receptions for 300 yards, 5 touchdowns (Rebels)

Leading Tacklers – Desmond Jeanson – 13 tackles (Huskers) – Maleek Womack – 14 tackles (Rebels)

Turnovers – Huskers -4 – Rebels -1

CJFL Top 10 Power Rankings

09/12/2019, 10:30am PDT
By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)

The 10 best teams across the CJFL entering Week 7

Photo courtesy of Greystoke Photography

Heading into Week 7 of the CJFL season there has been movement on the Top 10 Power Rankings. 

The top 3 teams remain undefeated and hold onto their ranking spots.

Ranking Teams Last Week
1 Saskatoon Hilltops (4-0) 1
2 Langley Rams (5-0) 2
3 Hamilton Hurricanes (4-0) 3
4 Westshore Rebels (4-1) 5
5 London Beefeaters (3-1) 8
6 VI Raiders (3-2) 9
7 Edmonton Huskies (2-1) 7
8 Regina Thunder (2-2) 6
9 Windsor AKO Fratmen (2-1) 4
10 Winnipeg Rifles (1-2) 10

 

Prairie Conference Rewind

09/08/2019, 8:00pm PDT
By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)

The Hilltops and Colts win in Week 6

Photo courtesy of Darren Steinke

Saskatoon Hilltops 28
Regina Thunder 21

Playing in their long awaited home opener the Hilltops scored 11 points in the fourth quarter including the game winning touchdown with just seconds to go to squeeze out a win against the Thunder.

With just 1:24 to go in the fourth Thunder kicker Eric Maximuik kicked a 45 yard field goal giving his club a one point lead.  After the Hilltops returned the kick-off to their own 45 yard line, they needed just five plays to get to the Thunder one yard line.  Hilltops back-up quarterback Doug Fleming fumbled on the goal line which was recovered by the Thunder.  However an offside penalty gave the Hilltops another chance and running back Ben Abrook made no mistake getting the game winning score going up and over.

Abrook finished with 128 yards on 30 carries and two majors.  Carter McLean also scored on the ground. Through the air quarterback Tyler Hermann finished with 21 completions for 245 and threw a pick.  Eight different receivers caught a pass.

Defensively the Hilltops gave up 428 yards of total offence including 333 yards through the air.  However they did force three turnovers.  Riley Keating led them with a team night six solo tackles.

The Thunder offence put up 10 points in the second half, but only three in the fourth quarter in the loss.  Quarterback Blake Scherle was very good with 25 completions for 333 yards and threw a touchdown pass to Ethan Douglas.  Isaac Foord hauled in a game high nine passes for 155 yards.  Meanwhile on the ground Maxwell Foerster scored a touchdown on six carries.

On the defensive side Brandyn Martin was solid with four tackles, a knockdown and the only interception of the game.

Next weekend both the Hilltops (4-0) and Thunder (2-2) will enjoy a bye week.

Calgary Colts 17
Edmonton Wildcats 12

Saturday night the Colts scored 14 of their 17 points in the fourth quarter and recorded their first win since October 8, 2017 when they beat the Wildcats in Edmonton.

Quarterback KJ Stembridge completed 12 passes for 205 yards and threw a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns finding Adley Mayala and Seguin Adeseye.  

The only other scoring came from kicker Matt Stackhouse who connected on a 42 yard field goal in the second quarter.

Defensively the Colts got a big game from Mackenzie Bannatyne who had three tackles and three knockdowns.    Skye King was also solid recovering a pair of fumbles.

As a whole the Wildcats led for three quarters, but the fourth was their undoing.   Their lone touchdown came on the ground when Nathan Zacharias rumbled in for a major.

On the defensive side the Wildcats forced six turnovers including interceptions from Colton MacNeil and Matt Zarowny.  Evan Eide had a pair of sacks and Ty Smith tallied five tackles.

This coming weekend the Colts (1-3) and Wildcats (1-3) will enjoy a bye week.

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  • 09/05/2019, 8:15pm PDT , By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)
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