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CJFL Hotsheet–Week 9

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 2017 CANADIAN JUNIOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE HOT SHEET Week 9 

CURRENT STANDINGS BY CONFERENCE TEAM W L T Pts PF PA +/- TEAM W L T Pts PF PA +/- TEAM W L T Pts PF PA +/- Okanagan Sun 6 0 1 13 278 84 194 Edmonton Huskies 5 0 0 10 201 50 151 Windsor AKO Fratmen 5 1 0 10 274 84 190 Westshore Rebels 6 1 0 12 207 114 93 Saskatoon Hilltops 4 1 0 8 197 73 124 London Beefeaters 4 1 0 8 135 107 28 Langley Rams 4 3 0 8 157 126 31 Regina Thunder 4 1 0 8 194 101 93 Hamilton Hurricanes 3 2 0 6 119 131 -12 Vancouver Island Raiders 3 3 1 7 195 148 47 Winnipeg Rifles 3 2 0 6 142 112 30 Ottawa Sooners 2 4 0 4 198 169 29 Kamloops Broncos 1 6 0 2 126 216 -90 Calgary Colts 1 4 0 2 85 191 -106 GTA Grizzlies 0 5 0 0 26 175 -149 Valley Huskers 0 7 0 0 34 329 -295 Edmonton Wildcats 0 5 0 0 41 171 -130 Niagara Regional Raiders 0 5 0 0 44 258 -214 BC CONFERENCE PRAIRIE CONFERENCE ONTARIO CONFERENCE 

WEEK 9 RESULTS 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, and SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 

BC Conference 

Westshore Rebels 22 Vancouver Island Raiders 17 

Langley Rams 27 Kamloops Broncos 21 

Okanagan Sun 42 Valley Huskers 3 

Prairie Conference 

Edmonton Huskies 40 Edmonton Wildcats 7 

Saskatoon Hilltops 41 Calgary Colts 9 

Regina Thunder 29 Winnipeg Rifles 24 

Ontario Conference 

Windsor AKO Fratmen 32 Hamilton Hurricanes 21 

Ottawa Sooners 59 Niagara Regional Raiders 7 

London Beefeaters 23 GTA Grizzlies 7 

AHEAD IN WEEK 9 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, and SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 BC Conference September 23 September 23 September 23 Valley at Vanc. Island 1 p.m. Westshore at Langley 4 p.m. Okanagan at Kamloops 6 p.m. Location: Nanaimo, BC Location: Langley, BC Location Kamloops , BC Stadium: Caledonia Park Stadium: McLeod Stadium Stadium: Hi l l s ide Stadium V.I. won 40-0 on Aug. 12 Wes tshore won 29-5 on Aug. 19 Okanagan won 36-0 on Aug. 5 Prairie Conference September 23 September 23 September 24 September 24 Hamilton at Edm. Wildcats 7 p.m. London at Calgary 7 p.m. Regina at Edm. Huskies 1 p.m. Winnipeg at Saskatoon 1 p.m. Location: Edmonton, AB Location: Calgary, AB Location: Edmonton, AB Location: Saskatoon, SK Stadium: Clarke Park Stadium: McMahon Stadium Stadium: Clarke Park Stadium: SMF Field Fi rs t and only meeting in 2017 Fi rs t and only meeting in 2017 Fi rs t meeting in 2017 Saskatoon won 44-0 on Aug. 20 Ontario Conference September 23 September 23 September 24 Hamilton at Edm. Wildcats 7 p.m. London at Calgary 7 p.m. Niagara at GTA 1 p.m. Location: Edmonton, AB Location: Calgary, AB Location: Toronto Stadium: Clarke Park Stadium: McMahon Stadium Stadium: Centennial Stadium Fi rs t and only meeting in 2017 Fi rs t and only meeting in 2017 Series : Fi rs t meeting in 2017

KICKOFF NOTES 

It’s the final weekend of Interconference play 

 The Wildcats and Hurricanes meet for the first time in 40 years. On November 20, 1977 the Wildcats beat the Hurricanes 28-0 in the Armadale Cup (now Canadian Bowl) 

 Oddly enough in 1956 and 1957 the Hamilton franchise was named the Wildcats 

 The London Beefeaters and Calgary Colts play for the first time in CJFL history 

 

 

 The Colts last played and beat a team from Ontario in 1990 when they beat Windsor in the Canadian Bowl. Meanwhile the Beefeaters have played a team from the Prairies just once and it was the 2012 national semi-final game in Saskatoon. 

 For the first and only time this season the Edmonton Huskies face the Regina Thunder, both teams are playoff bound, but this will go a long way in positioning. Their quarterbacks, Sawyer Buettner and Brad Launhardt have combined to throw 2.6 kilometres (2869 yards) and have thrown 22 touchdown passes 

 Second time around for all three BC Conference match-ups. The Raiders, Sun and Rebels outscored their opponents 105-5 in their first meetings. 

 First game for the Langley Rams without head coach Khari Joseph who stepped down on Thursday 

 A pair of winless teams face each other when the Niagara Raiders visit the GTA Grizzlies 

 The Windsor AKO Fratmen and the Ottawa Sooners are the only teams with a bye 

 

2017 CANADIAN JUNIOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE HOT SHEET Week 9 

NEWS FROM AROUND THE CJFL 

#24 Rhett Williams, Vancouver Island Raiders ran for 150 yards and 1 touchdown with 16 carries vs. the Rebels. His teammate, #4 Brycen Mayoh, continues to make the highlight reels. This past weekend he had 4 receptions for 103 yards and 1 TD, and also had 5 kickoff returns for 115 yards. 

#80 Brody Bernier, Kamloops Broncos, caught 7 passes for 125 yards vs. the Rams. 

#32 Nathan Lund, Langley Rams had 14 carries for 124 yards and 2 TDS’s. 

 The following 3 Rams had good days in receptions against the Broncos: 

o #5 Joel Klaassen had 3 catches for 105 yards; 

o #80 Nick Agnoletto also had 3 receptions, and had 118 yards and a touchdown; and 

o #23 Khalik Johnson had 8 catch and runs for 106 yards and a touchdown. 

#4 Trey Campbell, Westshore Rebels ran for 137 yards and 1 TD on 23 carries against the Raiders. 

#3 Marcus Severe, Ottawa Sooners – 4 punt returns for 210 yards and 2 touchdowns vs. the Niagara Regional Raiders. 

Windsor AKO Fratmen #6 D’Angelo Knox – 14 carries for 140 yards and 1 touchdown, with an additional 2 receptions, 64 yards, and another TD in the receiving department against Hamilton. 

Hamilton Hurricanes’ #15 Trea Ivey – 6 receptions for 144 yards and 1 TD – and #2 David Adeniran Jr. With 13 carries for 110 yards and 2 TD’s in the loss to Windsor. 

#82 Alexander Tachinski, Winnipeg Rifles – 6 receptions, 128 yards against Regina. 

#31 Victor St. Pierre-Laviolette, Regina Thunder – 23 carries for 214 yards and 2 TD’s vs. the Rifles. 

#82 Lee Brown, Regina Thunder caught 7 receptions for 127 yards, with passes from #14 Sawyer Buettner who went 25 of 42 for 382 yards and 2 TD’s thrown in the game against the Rifles. 

 

CJFL POWER RANKINGS Ranking 

Teams 

Last Week 

1 

Edmonton Huskies (5-0) 

1 

2 

Okanagan Sun (6-0-1) 

2 

3 

Saskatoon Hilltops (4-1) 

3 

4 

Regina Thunder (4-1) 

4 

5 

Westshore Rebels (6-1) 

5 

6 

Windsor AKO Fratmen (5-1) 

6 

7 

Winnipeg Rifles (3-2) 

7 

8 

VI Raiders (3-3-1) 

10 

9 

Langley Rams (4-3) 

- 

10 

London Beefeaters (4-1) 

9