2018 BCFC Major Award Winners

23
Skye King-Langley Rams

Top Offensive Lineman

Derek Walde-Kamloops Broncos

 

Top Defensive Lineman

Skye King-Langley Rams

18 total tackles / 4 sacks / 1 fumble recovery

 

Top Linebacker

Conor Richard-Okanagan Sun

27 total tackles / 6 sacks  / 2 fumble recoveries (1TD) / 2 forced fumbles

3 batted balls

 

Top Offensive Back

Rhett Williams / RB / VI Raiders

929 yards rushing (led conference) / 6.8 AVG / 9 TDS

 

Top Defensive Back

Kyle Clarot-Langley Rams

36 total tackles / 1 sack / 4 INT / 9 batted balls

 

Top Receiver

Anthony Dyck-Valley Huskers

46 REC / 830 YDS / 18 YD AVG / 11TDS (led conference)

 

Top Special Team Player

Conor Richard-Okanagan Sun

Tied BCFC record with 6 blocked kicks

354 kick return yards (1TD and 23.6 AVG)

 

CJFL Nominee for Top Return Specialist

Brandon Poulin-Valley Huskers

Led conference with 567 kick return yards / 24.7 AVG / 1TD

2nd in punt return yards with 268 / 8.9 AVG

 

Ranji Mattu Coach of the Year

Bob Reist-Valley Huskers

This is Bob’s second year as head coach of the Huskers. In 2017 he relocated from Winnipeg and inherited a Huskers club that had gone 0-20 the previous two seasons. In 2017, while the Huskers again were 0-10 there were clear signs the club was turning the corner.

 

In 2018 Bob led some of the strongest recruiting seen in the history of the BCFC and through retaining some key local talent and bringing in a large contingent of Manitoba bred players Reist led the Huskers to a 6-4 record and a playoff berth.

 

Along the way were just the club’s second ever win over the VI Raiders and first ever win against the Okanagan Sun.

 

Rookie of the Year

Eli-Nelms / REC/ Horton-VI Raiders

Finished 6th in BCFC receiving

22 REC / 579 yards / 5 TDS

 

Outstanding Defensive Player

Conor Richard / LB / Okanagan Sun

27 total tackles / 6 sacks  / 2 fumble recoveries (1TD) / 2 forced fumbles

3 batted balls

 

Outstanding Offensive Player

Julian Wytinck / QB / Valley Huskers

189 COMP / 247 ATT / 2745 YDS / 18 TDS / 20 INT

Julian led the previously 0-30 Valley Huskers to the play-offs in his first and final season of junior football. Julian’s leadership of the Huskers offense, along with a talented set of receivers turned the Huskers from pretenders to contenders.

 

Big shoes to fill at the position for the Huskers as Wytinck has left a legacy that will not soon be forgotten in Chilliwack.

 

Congratulations to all our 2018 Major award winners who are now nominated at the national level where the CJFL winners will be presented at the Banquet of Champions Nov 16th the eve of the Canadian Bowl.

 

This Sunday, Oct 28 the BCFC championship, the Cullen Cup takes place

 

1PM, Sunday Oct 28

Apple Bowl, Kelowna BC

Langley Rams 8-3 vs Okanagan Sun 8-2-1

 

Game can be viewed PPV BCFCTV.COM

 

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