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CJFL Players of the Week

09/17/2019, 8:45pm PDT
By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)

The best performances in Week 7

The CJFL is proud to announce the Week 7 Players of the Week.

Now it’s your chance to VOTE to make one of them the CJFL Fans Choice Player of the Week.  Polls are open now until Wednesday at 7:00pm PST.  VOTE HERE

Offensive Players of the Week

Prairie Conference
QB Riley Naujoks – Winnipeg Rifles

Despite the loss the Rifles offence tallied 424 total yards, 346 of it from the lefthanded quarterback Riley Naujoks.  He completed 26 passes for 346 yards and had a pair of touchdowns.   He also rushed five times for 11 yards.

Ontario Conference
QB Daniel Mailloux – Windsor AKO Fratmen

In handing the defending OFC Champion Hamilton Hurricanes their first loss of the 2019 campaign Daniel Mailloux completed 18 of 32 passes to eight different receivers for 294 yards and three touchdowns.  He also scrambled for another touchdown on the ground.

BC Conference
RB Andrew Pocrnic – Langley Rams

The Rams ground game set the tone in their road win on Saturday led by Andrew Pocrnic with his 12 carries for 143 yards and two touchdowns.  Coming out of the backfield he caught two passes for 18 yards.

Defensive Players of the Week

Prairie Conference
DB Troy Wilson – Winnipeg Rifles

The Rifles were led by defensive back Troy Wilson who had a game high nine solo tackles and was the leader on the field.

Ontario Conference
LB Cameron Howes – Ottawa Sooners

The Sooners defence stymied the Niagara offence all afternoon and Cameron Howes proved to be a one man wrecking crew.  In addition to his three sacks he made five solo tackles and collected a knockdown.

BC Conference
DB Kyle Clarot - Langley Rams

The Rams defence didn’t allow a point against the VI Raiders on the road and one of the big reasons was the play of their secondary and specifically Kyle Clarot.  He compiled four solo tackles, had 1.5 sacks and knockdown a pass down.

Special Teams Players of the Week

Prairie Conference
R Adner St. Hilaire – Edmonton Huskies

He had an outstanding game highlighted by returning a punt 39 yards for a touchdown. His three special teams tackles were all on punt covers as the gunner.  One of these tackles pushed the Rifles player back to the one yard line after catching it on the 25.  As one of the gunners he limited 12 punt returns to a combined total of 18 yards.  

Ontario Conference
K Sam Richardson – Windsor AKO Fratmen

In his first game of the season, Richardson had quite the coming out party.  The Frat kicker was perfect on all three of his field goal attempts, his longest coming from 26 yards out.  He was also perfect on all five converts he attempted and he averaged 44.4 yards on his kickoffs.

BC Conference
R Brandon Poulin – Valley Huskers

He had one of the highlights of the weekend across the CJFL returning a missed field goal 118 yards for a touchdown.    He also averaged 28.5 yards on four kickoff returns and had five punt returns for 37 yards.

Now it’s your chance to VOTE to make one of them the CJFL Fans Choice Player of the Week.  Polls are open now until Wednesday at 7:00pm PST.  VOTE HERE


BC Conference Rewind

09/16/2019, 9:00pm PDT
By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)

The Rams, Rebels and Sun win in Week 7

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Langley Rams 28
VI Raiders 3

The defending Cullen Cup champion Langley Rams keep on rolling with a deadly combination of a balanced offensive attack and stifling defence.

On the offensive side quarterback Duncan Little collected 223 yards and threw touchdown passes to Liam Stewart and Jarryd Taylor.  On the ground Andrew Pocrnic led the way with a game high 12 carries, 143 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

Defensively the Rams didn’t allow a point.  The Raiders points came from a single and a safety.  The defence had three sacks and Isaiah Okoli picked off a pass.  Kyle Clarot had a big game with four solo tackles, 1.5 sacks and a knockdown.

One of the only offensive bright spots for the Raiders came from quarterback Jake Laberge.  He completed 16 passes for 318 yards.  He also scrambled five times for 39 yards.

Meanwhile Matt Hill and a pair of sacks and Gevhahn McNally-Hardisty tied the Conference lead with his fourth interception of the season.

This weekend the Rams (6-0) will be on the Island again in a first place showdown with the Westshore Rebels (5-1) on Saturday afternoon and the Raiders (3-3) visit the Kamloops Broncos (0-6).

Westshore Rebels 27
Valley Huskers 15

On a day when head coach Shane Beatty turned 50, the Rebels showed their appreciation recording a victory.  Quarterback Shawn Lal tallied 333 yards on 20 completions and threw three touchdown passes.  His favourite target was Hayden Crothers who caught a game high seven passes for 191 yards and two touchdowns.  Zach Lubin hauled in the other touchdown pass to go along with his 109 yards on the ground.

The Rebels defence tallied three sacks led by Byron Mackinnon who had 1.5 sacks, four solo tackles and a knockdown.

The Huskers played tough and didn’t back down shutting out the Rebels in the fourth quarter and scored eight of their 15 points in the final frame.   Quarterback Logan McDonald threw for 113 yards and had a touchdown pass to Ethan Diakow.

The most exciting play of the game came from returner Brandon Poulin who returned a missed field goal 118 yards for a touchdown.

Defensively the Huskers recorded three sacks led by David Steeves who had 1.5 sacks, five solo tackles and a fumble recovery.

This coming weekend the Rebels (5-1) host the Langley Rams (6-0) in a first place showdown while the Huskers (1-5) visit the Okanagan Sun (3-3) on Sunday.

Okanagan Sun 38
Kamloops Broncos 9

The Sun used big second and third quarters to record their third win of the season scoring 14 and 16 points respectively.  Quarterback Alex Douglas had his best game of the season throwing for 198 yards and finding Chan Lual for a major.  He also rushed 32 yards and scored two touchdowns.   Kelton Kouri added a touchdown as well on the ground.

On defence Jonah Williams blocked a kick and recovered it for a 12 yard touchdown.   Liam Johnstone had the lone interception and Tyler Going had a team high six solo tackles.

The Broncos scored all nine of their points in the final quarter.  Pivot Nicolas Nica threw a touchdown pass to Garrett Kryzanowski and added a two point conversion.  They also had a single.

Darby Kwan led the defence with a game high seven tackles while Quinntinn Kocis intercepted a pass.

This coming weekend the Sun (3-3) host the Valley Huskers (1-5) and the Broncos (0-6) welcome the VI Raiders (3-3).

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


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


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

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