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Prairie Conference Rewind

08/21/2019, 7:45am PDT
By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)

The Hilltops, Thunder and Huskies open with a win

Photo courtesy Gord Mellor

Edmonton Huskies 36
Calgary Colts 13

The Huskies led from start to finish after a 15 point first quarter.  New starting quarterback Declan O’Flaherty was 21 of 35 for 272 yards and threw a touchdown pass to Harrison Cabel and Sam Clayton.

Brandt Burzuk led the charge on the ground with 16 carries for 66 yards and a touchdown.

On the defensive side the Huskies looked sharp.  Cheyvez Campbell had an incredible four interceptions along with a fumble recovery.  In all they tallied eight sacks led by the two from Brett Van Der Korput.

The Colts got behind the eight-ball early but did keep their focus.    Quarterback KJ Stembridge threw for 101 yards and two touchdowns as Brandon MacIsaac and Joshua Bromfield each had one.

Mo Kemoh led the defensive side with a pair of sacks.

Saturday afternoon the Huskies (1-0) face the Edmonton Wildcats (0-1) and the Colts (0-1) welcome the Winnipeg Rifles (0-1) on Sunday afternoon.

Saskatoon Hilltops 34
Winnipeg Rifles 20

With many new faces at the helm the Hilltops didn’t miss a beat.  Quarterback Tyler Herman recorded his first CJFL win finishing 14 of 27 for 257 yards and three touchdowns.   He found Connor Graham for five receptions and 123 yards and two of those three touchdowns.  Rylan Kleiter also caught a touchdown pass.

On the ground Ben Abrook showed why he’s “next man up” with 31 carries for 144 yards.

The Rifles actually outgained the champs recording 464 yards of total offence.  Quarterback Riley Naujoks found nine different receivers completing 22 passes for 339 yards and two scores.  Luke McMillan and Jake Roger each scored touchdowns.

On the ground Brandon Urciuoli had a great game against the champs with 114 yards on 18 carries.

This coming weekend the Hilltops (1-0) face their provincial rival the Regina Thunder (1-0) on Saturday and the Rifles (0-1) visit the Calgary Colts (0-1) on Sunday.

Regina Thunder 34
Edmonton Wildcats 21

It was a strange game for scoring.  The Wildcats scored all 21 points in the second quarter while the Thunder scored 21 points in the final half to claim the road win.

Thunder quarterback Blake Scherle completed 29 passes for 352 yards and threw three touchdowns.   Ethan Douglas, Tanner Zaharia and Greg Lamb each caught touchdown balls.

Davin Williamson led the defence with a team high seven tackles.  Finn Marcotte-Cribb picked off a pass and Andrew Montgrand recovered a fumble.

The Wildcats kept pushing the Thunder on Sunday. 

Quarterback Cody Olson was 11 of 26 for 127 yards and threw a touchdown to Lucas Howe.  Then on the ground Nash Etson scored a touchdown on four carries.

Their defence also got on the board when Ty Smith intercepted a pass and returned it 42 yards for a touchdown. It was the lone pick-six in the CJFL this past weekend.

This coming weekend the Thunder (1-0) welcome the Saskatoon Hilltops (1-0) and the Wildcats (0-1) face the Edmonton Huskies (1-0).

Ontario Conference Rewind

08/21/2019, 12:15am PDT
By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)

A pair of lopsided shutouts in the OFC

Windsor AKO Fratmen 26
GTA Grizzlies 0

The Fratmen struggled early on, but seem to find their groove in the second quarter scoring 20 of their 26 points in that frame.

Offensively Colton Allen completed nine passes for 137 yards and threw three touchdowns.  Back-up Daniel Mailloux got in the mix as well completing eight passes for 78 yards and threw a touchdown.  Six different receivers caught balls and four of them caught touchdown passes.  Branden McCaraney, Cody Holmes, Jared Hayes-Williams and Michael Ryan each had a  major.

On the ground Nash Preiur carried a game high 18 times for 118 yards.

The Frat defence records the shutout holding the Grizzlies to just 72 net offensive yards. Dalmas Lynch and Kaleb Hellreich each picked off passes.  Blake Ouellette recorded the lone sack.

The Grizzlies struggled to get their offence rolling despite their sharp new uniforms.

This weekend the Grizzlies (0-1) will welcome the Niagara Regional Raiders (0-1) on Sunday afternoon.

London Beefeaters 72
Niagara Regional Raiders 0

What a debut for the new Beefeaters head coach Jesse Maddox.  They completely dominated tallying 571 yards of total offence compared to just 23 yards for the Raiders.

On the ground Tazie Vang-Bell had a pair of touchdowns, but Felix Noel was outstanding with nine carries for 147 yards and a touchdown.  In all the Beefeaters rushed for 374 yards and scored five touchdowns.   Then five more touchdown passes were thrown and the Beefeaters didn’t miss a pass finishing 10-10 for 204 yards.

This coming weekend the Beefeaters (1-0) host the Hamilton Hurricanes (1-0) on Saturday afternoon and the Raiders (0-1) will be in the GTA to face the Grizzlies (0-1) on Sunday afternoon.

Week 3 Head to Head

08/15/2019, 10:00pm PDT
By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)

All 18 CJFL teams will see action this weekend

Photo courtesy of Wanda Harron Photography

BC Conference - Saturday

VI Raiders 47
Kamloops Broncos 17

Westshore Rebels 16
Okanagan Sun 13

Prairie Conference - Saturday

Edmonton Huskies 36
Calgary Colts 13

Ontario Conference - Saturday

Windsor AKO Fratmen 26
GTA Grizzlies 0


Prairie Conference - Sunday

Saskatoon Hilltops 34
Winnipeg Rifles 20

Regina Thunder 34
Edmonton Wildcats 21

BC Conference - Sunday

Langley Rams 38
Valley Huskers 10

Ontario Conference - Sunday

London Beefeaters 72
Niagara Raiders 0