AHEAD IN WEEK 9 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, and SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 

CURRENT STANDINGS BY CONFERENCE 

WEEK 8 RESULTS

 

 BC Conference September 16 September 16 September 16 Okanagan at Valley 1 p.m. Kamloops at Langley 5 p.m. Vanc. Island at Westshore 7 p.m. Location: Chi l l iwack, BC Location: Langley, BC Location: Langford, BC Stadium: Exhibi tion Stadium Stadium: McLeod Stadium Stadium: Wes thi l l s Stadium Okanagan won the 1s t game 71 – 7 in Kelowna Langley won the 1s t game 31 – 19 in Kamloops Wes tshore edged out a win in 27-25 in Nanaimo 

Prairie Conference September 16 September 16 September 17 Edm. Huskies at Edm. Wildcats 7 p.m. Winnipeg at Regina 7 p.m. Saskatoon at Calgary 1 p.m. Location: Edmonton, AB Location: Regina, SK Location: Calgary, AB Stadium: Clarke Park Stadium: Mosaic Stadium Stadium: McMahon Stadium Huskies won 33-0 on Sept. 3 Series : Fi rs t meeting in 2017 Series : Fi rs t meeting in 2017 

Ontario Conference September 16 September 16 September 17 GTA at London 7 p.m. Windsor at Hamilton 4 p.m. Ottawa at Niagara Location: London, ON Location: Brantford, ON Location: St Catherines , ON Stadium: TD Waterhouse Stadium Stadium: Wayne Gretzky Complex Stadium: Kiwanis Field London won 23-10 on Aug. 20. Series : First meeting in 2017 Series : First meeting in 2017

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, and SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10

BC Conference

Okanagan Sun 31 VI Raiders 31 Westshore Rebels 37 Kamloops Broncos 14

Langley Rams 45 Valley Huskers 3

Prairie Conference

Regina Thunder 29 Saskatoon Hilltops 26

Ontario Conference

Hamilton Hurricanes 37 Niagara Regional Raiders 7

Windsor AKO Fratmen 60 London Beefeaters 7 Ottawa Sooners 53 GTA Grizzlies 6

AHEAD IN WEEK 9

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, and SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17

KICKOFF NOTES

The Calgary Colts will play under interim head coach Tim Kearse after the resignation of Matt Blokker, as they will host the Saskatoon Hilltops on Sunday

 It’s the Battle for Edmonton Part 2. Two weeks ago the Huskies beat the Wildcats 33-0

 It’s also Part 2 of the Island Rivalry as the Westshore Rebels host the VI Raiders. In Week 2 the Rebels snuck by the Raiders 27-25

 Okanagan Sun have brought back receiver Rashaun Simonise (22). Last year he joined the club following a tryout with the Cincinnati Bengals and caught 12 passes for 265 yards and had a touchdown

 For the first time since the Ontario Conference championship game last season the Hamilton Hurricanes host the Windsor AKO Fratmen. Last year the Canes beat the Fratmen 52-21 to win the title 

 Fratmen quarterback Brandon Reaume leads the CJFL with 15 touchdown passes

 Rifles’ running back Micheal Ritchott leads the CJFL with 584 yards on the ground. He’ll face a Thunder defence that gave up 149 yards last week against the Hilltops

 The Saskatoon Hilltops are coming off their first loss since August 28 of last season. They had won 12 straight prior to their home loss last weekend to Regina.

 The Okanagan Sun defence is averaging 2 interceptions a game and the Valley Huskers have thrown a Conference high 16 picks

 VI Raiders defensive lineman Quinton Bowles has an incredible 9.5 sacks through the first six games of the year. He’s on pace for 15.5 sacks this season which would be a new team record, but he would fall half a sack short of tying a CJFL record

 The London Beefeaters are coming off their first loss of the season and will host the GTA Grizzlies, a team they beat earlier this year 23-10.

 The Valley Huskers are coming off a game that saw them collect 63 yards of total offence and just seven yards through the air

 

2017 CANADIAN JUNIOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE HOT SHEET Week 8

HIGHLIGHTS FROM AROUND THE CJFL

#13 Jean-Paul Cimankinda, Ottawa Sooners ran for 129 yards and 3 touchdowns on 15 carries.

 #7 Malcolm Carter, Ottawa Sooners had 3 receptions for 119 yards and 2 touchdowns.

 #13 Dorian Miller, GTA Grizzlies returned 4 kickoffs for 111 yards.

 #15 Ryan Turple, Saskatoon Hilltops had 9 receptions for 122 yards and 1 touchdown. His teammate, #4 Sam Mike caught 8 passes for 102 yards and another TD.

 #1 Levi Paul, Regina Thunder had 10 catches for 120 yards in their win on the road.

 #19 Kain Stevenson, Westshore Rebels had a long run of 103 yards and 1 TD. His teammate on offense, #1 D’saun Greenaway caught three passes for 102 yards and 1 touchdown

 #23 Khalik Johnson, Langley Rams caught 3 touchdown passes and had 169 yards on 7 catches.

 #24 Rhett Williams, Vancouver Island Raiders rushed for 137 yards on 17 carries. He had 1 TD. #4 Brycen Mayoh, also of the Raiders continued to lead in the return department, collecting 4 kickoff returns for 109 yards.

 #3 Shamar Donelson, Okanagan Sun had 5 catches and runs for 178 yards and a whopping 4 touchdowns.

 

CJFL POWER RANKINGS Ranking

Teams

Last Week

1

Edmonton Huskies (4-0)

3

2

Okanagan Sun (5-0-1)

2

3

Saskatoon Hilltops (3-1)

1

4

Regina Thunder (3-1)

5

5

Westshore Rebels (5-1)

4

6

Windsor AKO Fratmen (4-1)

7

7

Winnipeg Rifles (3-1)

8

8

Hamilton Hurricanes (3-1)

9

9

VI Raiders (3-2-1)

10

10

London Beefeaters (3-1)

6

 

 

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