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    CATCH OF THE DAY - Ben Hoffman of the Bellerose Bulldogs squeezes the ball in the endzone for a second-quarter touchdown reception against the Salisbury Sabres in Thursday's metro Edmonton league game at Riel Recreation Park. The Bulldogs knocked off last

    Bulldogs chew up Salisbury

    09/13/2014, 12:00pm MDT
    By Jeff Hansen - St. Albert Gazette

    Bellerose football team wins statement game against Salisbury Sabres

    This just in: the Bellerose Bulldogs are the real deal.

    Thursday’s 29-10 shocker against the Salisbury Sabres, last year’s Carr division one champions, is stop-the-presses material in metro Edmonton high school football.

    “This is huge. It just shows we can beat anyone,” declared Seth Waselenchuk, a scintillating Grade 12 slotback and cornerback, after the Bulldogs beat the No. 4-ranked Tier I (1,250-plus students) team in Alberta. “We’re on a high right now. We’re definitely on a roll. We’ve got the momentum and it feels good to have it and I don’t see why we’ll slow down.”

    It was payback time after Salisbury shut out the Bulldogs last year 21-0 in the league opener and 14-0 in the Carr semifinals.

    “We wanted to show them that we’re not out here to get beat,” said Ben Bochar, an intimidating six-foot-three, 295-pound Grade 12 nosetackle. “We want everyone to know that we’re here to play. We’re practicing hard and playing hard.”

    The Bulldogs, listed ninth in Tier I as the fourth-highest Carr team in the rankings, are 2-0 after compiling a respectable 4-5 record last year.

    “Last year at this point we were 0-2 so this year at 2-0 it feels real good. It’s a confidence booster,” Bochar said.

    Every game is big in the ultra-competitive Carr circuit but Thursday’s showdown had a playoff buzz surrounding it.

    “It was definitely a huge game. They’ve got some good football players but we played them like anybody else,” Waselenchuk said. “Even though they were missing a couple of guys it feels really good to beat them.”

    Head coach Chad Hill wasn’t ready to declare it the Year of the Bulldogs in his post-game address after Bellerose picked off four passes and recovered a fumble but a slew of penalties and some surprising snafus on both sides of the ball allowed last year’s Tier I north finalists to stay in the game.

    “I’m really, really proud of you guys. These guys are the defending champs. You guys deserve to enjoy this one tonight but we’ve got to clean stuff up and tomorrow at film we’re going to learn from our mistakes because there were mistakes. This is a good football team we played but we held them in the game too long from our own mistakes,” Hill stressed. “We’re going to get better. We’re going to be able to run the ball against anybody and there will be none of this getting shut down for three or four fifths of a game. We’ve got to be able to run that football.

    “Defence, I will say this; we had some miscues, some mistakes and we bent but I haven’t seen four interceptions (in a game) since coach (Ryan) Moulds played.”

    After outscoring Salisbury 15-10 in the first half the Bulldogs buckled down to stop the Sabres in their tracks.

    “We came out really strong after halftime and our defence did a really good job to not give them any points and that kept us rolling,” Bochar said. “We weren’t expecting a blowout, we were expecting a tight game but our coaches scouted a lot and they gave us a good idea what to watch for. The coaches put in a lot of work and it really showed on the field.”

    Front-runners

    The hungry Bulldogs drew first blood on Trace Stuht’s one-yard touchdown plunge after Waselenchuk and linebacker Nick Cowan forced the Sabres to fumble out of bounds at the Salisbury 30 on the first offensive series. Waselenchuk’s 21-yard scamper on third down put the Bulldogs at the one.

    Late in the first quarter Mike Woywitka recovered a fumble at the Bellerose 31 after Salisbury quarterback Reggie Schoeppe was sacked in shotgun formation.

    The Bulldogs converted the turnover into a time-consuming drive, culminating in Ben Hoffman’s juggling act in the endzone for a 12-yard TD reception from quarterback Morgan Sherban with 8:18 left until halftime.

    Runs by explosive tailback Tyler Feltis and Sherban’s scrambling abilities kept the Bulldogs marching. Sherban also hit Tristan Hayes down the middle for a key first down and Waselenchuk also slipped through the defence to move the chains on the play before Hoffman’s TD.

    Salisbury countered with a one-yard TD run to complete a 77-yard drive and later split the uprights from the 28 to trail by four with 1:55 remaining.

    After a two-and-out by the Bulldogs, and Salisbury at its 35, on first down Sherban pulled off a spectacular leaping interception and after his lengthy return the Sabres were flagged on the horsecollar tackle and the ball was moved to the one. However, the Bulldogs were forced to settle for a 16-yard field goal attempt by Cowan that missed the mark but the single point put the Bulldogs up 15-10 at the break.

    In the third quarter Darryl Broderick, the Paul Kane junior team’s MVP last year who also excels at basketball, picked off a pass at the Salisbury 32. On first down Sherban fired a bullet for Waselenchuk to catch with his back towards the goal posts before spinning around and with a defender on his back trotted over the goal line with 2:51 to go before quarter time.

    Salisbury spent most of the fourth quarter in Bellerose territory but a stout defence and interceptions by Waselenchuk and Mitch Kruk left the Sabres spinning their wheels.

    “We had really good scouting (reports) by our coaches and they showed us what we needed to know for coverage and we were able to shut down their receivers pretty well,” Waselenchuk said. “Our linebackers were coming up playing the run really well too.”

    “Our defence was tackling better than they ever have,” added Bochar, 17.

    Kruk’s pick at the Bellerose 17 set the stage for Feltis to bust loose and when he was tackled the ball popped loose and Hoffman recovered it at the three. Two plays later Feltis jogged in from the two with 51 seconds on the clock.

    Cowan’s fourth convert of the night closed out the scoring.

    “When Feltis broke off that huge run that was really huge for us because they were keeping it close at the end,” Waselenchuk said.

    Salisbury (1-1) focused all their energies on stopping Feltis after the Grade 12 Bulldog racked up 181 yards on 20 carries for two TDs in last week’s 30-28 win over the Jasper Place Rebels (1-1).

    “They were really loading the box and with Feltis you know you’ve got have to watch him so we tried to pass. Our O-line was playing well, our receivers were getting open and our quarterback was throwing the ball so it was working good,” said Waselenchuk, 17.

    The Bulldogs huddle up Friday against the Ross Sheppard Thunderbirds (0-1-1) at 7:30 p.m. at Foote Field.

    DAWG ON THE RUN - Bellerose Bulldogs' quarterback Morgan Sherban stretches with the ball to crack the goal line during a 22-yard touchdown run in the third quarter against the Jasper Place Rebels on Friday. The transfer student from the Fort Saskatchewan
    • Bulldogs target Salisbury

    • 09/10/2014, 12:00pm MDT, By Jeff Hansen - St. Albert Gazette
    • Thursday the Bellerose football team hosts Salisbury Sabres in the Carr division one showdown in the metro Edmonton league
    • Read More
    • Bulldogs tackle high hopes

    • 08/23/2014, 3:00pm MDT, By Jeff Hansen - St. Albert Gazette
    • Bellerose senior team expects to challenge for playoff honours in high school football
    • Read More

    BULLDOGS NEWS

    CATCH OF THE DAY - Ben Hoffman of the Bellerose Bulldogs squeezes the ball in the endzone for a second-quarter touchdown reception against the Salisbury Sabres in Thursday's metro Edmonton league game at Riel Recreation Park. The Bulldogs knocked off last

    Bulldogs chew up Salisbury

    09/13/2014, 12:00pm MDT
    By Jeff Hansen - St. Albert Gazette

    Bellerose football team wins statement game against Salisbury Sabres

    This just in: the Bellerose Bulldogs are the real deal.

    Thursday’s 29-10 shocker against the Salisbury Sabres, last year’s Carr division one champions, is stop-the-presses material in metro Edmonton high school football.

    “This is huge. It just shows we can beat anyone,” declared Seth Waselenchuk, a scintillating Grade 12 slotback and cornerback, after the Bulldogs beat the No. 4-ranked Tier I (1,250-plus students) team in Alberta. “We’re on a high right now. We’re definitely on a roll. We’ve got the momentum and it feels good to have it and I don’t see why we’ll slow down.”

    It was payback time after Salisbury shut out the Bulldogs last year 21-0 in the league opener and 14-0 in the Carr semifinals.

    “We wanted to show them that we’re not out here to get beat,” said Ben Bochar, an intimidating six-foot-three, 295-pound Grade 12 nosetackle. “We want everyone to know that we’re here to play. We’re practicing hard and playing hard.”

    The Bulldogs, listed ninth in Tier I as the fourth-highest Carr team in the rankings, are 2-0 after compiling a respectable 4-5 record last year.

    “Last year at this point we were 0-2 so this year at 2-0 it feels real good. It’s a confidence booster,” Bochar said.

    Every game is big in the ultra-competitive Carr circuit but Thursday’s showdown had a playoff buzz surrounding it.

    “It was definitely a huge game. They’ve got some good football players but we played them like anybody else,” Waselenchuk said. “Even though they were missing a couple of guys it feels really good to beat them.”

    Head coach Chad Hill wasn’t ready to declare it the Year of the Bulldogs in his post-game address after Bellerose picked off four passes and recovered a fumble but a slew of penalties and some surprising snafus on both sides of the ball allowed last year’s Tier I north finalists to stay in the game.

    “I’m really, really proud of you guys. These guys are the defending champs. You guys deserve to enjoy this one tonight but we’ve got to clean stuff up and tomorrow at film we’re going to learn from our mistakes because there were mistakes. This is a good football team we played but we held them in the game too long from our own mistakes,” Hill stressed. “We’re going to get better. We’re going to be able to run the ball against anybody and there will be none of this getting shut down for three or four fifths of a game. We’ve got to be able to run that football.

    “Defence, I will say this; we had some miscues, some mistakes and we bent but I haven’t seen four interceptions (in a game) since coach (Ryan) Moulds played.”

    After outscoring Salisbury 15-10 in the first half the Bulldogs buckled down to stop the Sabres in their tracks.

    “We came out really strong after halftime and our defence did a really good job to not give them any points and that kept us rolling,” Bochar said. “We weren’t expecting a blowout, we were expecting a tight game but our coaches scouted a lot and they gave us a good idea what to watch for. The coaches put in a lot of work and it really showed on the field.”

    Front-runners

    The hungry Bulldogs drew first blood on Trace Stuht’s one-yard touchdown plunge after Waselenchuk and linebacker Nick Cowan forced the Sabres to fumble out of bounds at the Salisbury 30 on the first offensive series. Waselenchuk’s 21-yard scamper on third down put the Bulldogs at the one.

    Late in the first quarter Mike Woywitka recovered a fumble at the Bellerose 31 after Salisbury quarterback Reggie Schoeppe was sacked in shotgun formation.

    The Bulldogs converted the turnover into a time-consuming drive, culminating in Ben Hoffman’s juggling act in the endzone for a 12-yard TD reception from quarterback Morgan Sherban with 8:18 left until halftime.

    Runs by explosive tailback Tyler Feltis and Sherban’s scrambling abilities kept the Bulldogs marching. Sherban also hit Tristan Hayes down the middle for a key first down and Waselenchuk also slipped through the defence to move the chains on the play before Hoffman’s TD.

    Salisbury countered with a one-yard TD run to complete a 77-yard drive and later split the uprights from the 28 to trail by four with 1:55 remaining.

    After a two-and-out by the Bulldogs, and Salisbury at its 35, on first down Sherban pulled off a spectacular leaping interception and after his lengthy return the Sabres were flagged on the horsecollar tackle and the ball was moved to the one. However, the Bulldogs were forced to settle for a 16-yard field goal attempt by Cowan that missed the mark but the single point put the Bulldogs up 15-10 at the break.

    In the third quarter Darryl Broderick, the Paul Kane junior team’s MVP last year who also excels at basketball, picked off a pass at the Salisbury 32. On first down Sherban fired a bullet for Waselenchuk to catch with his back towards the goal posts before spinning around and with a defender on his back trotted over the goal line with 2:51 to go before quarter time.

    Salisbury spent most of the fourth quarter in Bellerose territory but a stout defence and interceptions by Waselenchuk and Mitch Kruk left the Sabres spinning their wheels.

    “We had really good scouting (reports) by our coaches and they showed us what we needed to know for coverage and we were able to shut down their receivers pretty well,” Waselenchuk said. “Our linebackers were coming up playing the run really well too.”

    “Our defence was tackling better than they ever have,” added Bochar, 17.

    Kruk’s pick at the Bellerose 17 set the stage for Feltis to bust loose and when he was tackled the ball popped loose and Hoffman recovered it at the three. Two plays later Feltis jogged in from the two with 51 seconds on the clock.

    Cowan’s fourth convert of the night closed out the scoring.

    “When Feltis broke off that huge run that was really huge for us because they were keeping it close at the end,” Waselenchuk said.

    Salisbury (1-1) focused all their energies on stopping Feltis after the Grade 12 Bulldog racked up 181 yards on 20 carries for two TDs in last week’s 30-28 win over the Jasper Place Rebels (1-1).

    “They were really loading the box and with Feltis you know you’ve got have to watch him so we tried to pass. Our O-line was playing well, our receivers were getting open and our quarterback was throwing the ball so it was working good,” said Waselenchuk, 17.

    The Bulldogs huddle up Friday against the Ross Sheppard Thunderbirds (0-1-1) at 7:30 p.m. at Foote Field.

    DAWG ON THE RUN - Bellerose Bulldogs' quarterback Morgan Sherban stretches with the ball to crack the goal line during a 22-yard touchdown run in the third quarter against the Jasper Place Rebels on Friday. The transfer student from the Fort Saskatchewan
    • Bulldogs target Salisbury

    • 09/10/2014, 12:00pm MDT, By Jeff Hansen - St. Albert Gazette
    • Thursday the Bellerose football team hosts Salisbury Sabres in the Carr division one showdown in the metro Edmonton league
    • Read More
    • Bulldogs tackle high hopes

    • 08/23/2014, 3:00pm MDT, By Jeff Hansen - St. Albert Gazette
    • Bellerose senior team expects to challenge for playoff honours in high school football
    • Read More

    2014 FALL PLAYER AND BOOSTER CLUB REGISTRATIONS ARE LIVE!

    Registration for the 2014 Fall Season for players and 2014 Booster Club are now LIVE!.

    If you are a member of Bulldogs Football, login and click on Registrations.  If you have not yet signed up to be a member of Bulldogs Football you must complete this before registering to play or joining the Booster Club.

    If you have any questions, please contact myself.

    Darryl Moroz - General Manager

    Bulldogs Football - 780.498.1837


    ex-Bulldogs Coach receives Head Coaching Position

    Dean Guedo, defensive backs coach of our Senior team has been named the Head Coach of the W.P. Wagner Warriors.  WP Wagner is a High School that plays in Division II (Miles Conference) in Edmonton Metro Football.

    Bulldogs Football would like to wish Dean good luck in his new position and congratulations..


    Coach 'O' recognized by City of St. Albert


    Coach O

    Read the news article below to see how one of the true gentlemen of our community was recognized last week.

    This community service award recognizing Larry Olexiuk ('Coach O' as he is fondly known as around football) is incredibly deserving. Larry is a man who personifies a selfless pursuit to better the sporting environment for our youth. To have had the opportunity to know him and work with him is truly a pleasure. He is relentless in helping not only sporting activities, but is involved with many community based ventures. I know we at Bulldogs Football are forever indebted to his dedication to these 1000's of kids he has helped along the way. Larry is a mountain of a man in every sense of the word, and a pillar of our community.

    Thank you Coach O!


    BULLDOGS TO HOST JUNIOR JAMBOREE

    St. Francis Browns Player

    On September 6th, at Riel Park from 2 pm to 6 pm, the Junior Bulldogs will host a Football Jamboree exhibition with 5 other teams.  The invited guests are;

    PAUL KANE BLUES - ST. ALBERT

    MCNALLY TIGERS - EDMONTON

    HENRY WISEWOOD WARRIORS - CALGARY

    ST. FRANCIS BROWNS - CALGARY

    BEV FACEY FALCONS - SHERWOOD PARK



    ABC RISING STARS BORDER BOWL

    The second annual ABC Rising Stars Border Bowl is being played on Saturday, May 24 at 3:00 in Lacombe, AB.  This game pits top High School players from Grade 10 and 11 outside major centres against their counterparts in BC.  Last year at the very first ABC Border Bowl the BC All-Star team squeeked out a narrow victory over the Alberta team in Kelowna.  This years game is in Lacombe at the Lacombe Athletic Park 5644 - 56 Avenue.  Six Bulldogs are playing in the game:  Seth Waselenchuk, Tyler Feltis, Nick Cowan, Andrew Johnson, Brandon Trelor and Ben Bochar.

     


    FOOTBALL ALBERTA - 25th SENIOR BOWL ALL-STAR GAME

    St. Albert Senior Bowl All-Stars - Jack Hanna, Tyler Moroz, Jacob Neuls from Bellerose and Tyler Turner & Cory Knott from Paul Kane

    St. Albert Senior Bowl Players, Hanna, Moroz, Turner, Neuls, Knott.

    OUR THREE ALL-STAR PLAYERS FROM BELLEROSE BULLDOGS TOOK PART IN THE 25TH ANNUAL SENIOR BOWL GAME AT COMMONWEALTH STADIUM ON MONDAY, MAY 19TH.  2160 FANS, EASILY THE MOST TO EVER ATTEND A SENIOR BOWL WATCHED A VERY EXCITING AND ENTERTAINING GAME.  IN THE END, OUR NORTH TEAM DEFEATED THE SOUTH, 14-10.

    OUR OWN BULLDOG PLAYERS HAD AN EFFECT ON THE GAME WITH JACK HANNA MAKING 4 TACKLES AND BEING NAMED "MOST VALUABLE LINEMAN" FOR THE NORTH TEAM.  TYLER MOROZ HAD 4 TACKLES PLUS AN INTERCEPTION THAT SNUFFED OUT A LONG DRIVE BY THE SOUTH TEAM IN THE THIRD QUARTER, AND JACOB NEULS HAD A HAND IN 3 TACKLES ON THE DEFENSIVE LINE.

    ALL THREE PLAYERS WILL CONTINUE THEIR FOOTBALL CAREERS IN 2014 WITH JACOB NEULS JOINING THE UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS, WHILE JACK HANNA AND TYLER MOROZ HAVE BEEN INVITED TO PLAY FOR THE EDMONTON HUSKIES IN THE PJFC.

    CONGRATULATIONS TO THESE OUTSTANDING BULLDOGS PLAYERS.


    FOOTBALL ALBERTA - 25th SENIOR BOWL ALL-STAR GAME

    FOOTBALL ALBERTA 25TH SENIOR BOWL WILL TAKE PLACE ON MONDAY, MAY 19TH, NOON AT COMMONWEALTH STADIUM. TICKETS ARE $10.00 EA AT THE DOOR.  THIS YEAR BELLEROSE BULLDOGS HAS 3 PLAYERS PARTICIPATING IN THE GAME.

    • #22 Defensive Back - TYLER MOROZ
    • #42 Defensive Lineman - JACOB NEULS
    • #99 Defensive Lineman - JACK HANNA

    FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER, THE GAME WILL BE BROADCAST ONLINE COMPLETE WITH AN ON-SCREEN SCOREBOARD AND INSTANT REPLAYS.  THERE WILL BE PLAY BY PLAY ANNOUNCER AND COMMENTARY.

    TO WATCH THE GAME ON MONDAY, CLICK ON THE LINK.

    http://www.ustream.tv/channel/icu-video-productions


    BULLDOGS SPRING CAMP BEGINS TODAY


    New Bulldogs Helmet Logo

    BULLDOGS ROOKIES ON THE FIELD AT RIEL PARK 6:30 TO 8:30 TONIGHT.

    BULLDOGS ROOKIES AND VETS COMBINE TOMORROW AT BELLEROSE

    BULLDOGS ROOKIES WEDNESDAY 7:00 TO 8:30 PM AT RIEL PARK

    BULLDOGS FULL TEAM FRIDAY 7:00 TO 8:30 PM AT RIEL PARK.

     

     


    BULLOGS IN SENIOR BOWL

    Congratulations to three of our graduating Senior Bulldogs for making the North Senior Bowl all - star team.

    Tyler Moroz #9- Defensive Back.

    Jack Hannah #66- Defensive Tackle.

    Jacob Neuls #41- Defensive Tackle.

    The 25th Anniversary North South Senior Bowl will be played on May 19 at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton.


    BREAKING NEWS! BULLDOGS INK FUTURE STAR!


    New Bulldogs recruit

    CONGRATULATIONS TO JUNIOR BULLDOGS COACH CRAIG DRYER AND HIS WIFE KYLIE ON THEIR NEW BABY BOY (AND FUTURE BULLDOG) CONNOR KENNETH DRYER!!!!

    BEAMING GRANDPARENTS ARE COACH BUCK DRYER AND TEAM TREASURER CHERYL DRYER ALONG WITH UNCLE/COACH BRADY DRYER!

    BULLDOGS IN CALIFORNIA 2014

    For more information on the Bulldogs California Trip August 27 - 31, 2014 please make sure you login with your Bulldogs Member username and password and click on the special 'California' page.  All details and information will be posted there, as well as updates, itinerary etc.


    Ciampanelli signs with Mount Allison University Mounties

    Dean Ciampanelli signs to go to Mount Allison University in New Brunswick.


    Jackson Ryan named to Football Canada National Junior Team

    Jackson Ryan hurdles defender in 2013 Div I Playoffs

    Press Release from Football Canada regarding the selection of Team Canada that will play in the 2014 International Bowl Series in Texas this February leading up to the IFAF World Championships this summer in Kuwait.  Here are the eleven Albertan’s (including both QB’s) that made the roster:

     

    Name

    Pos.

    Current Team

    Hometown

    Dante Djan

    QB

    St. Francis Xavier U.

    Calgary, AB

    Troy Hanson

    LB

    Kent Prep. (CT)

    Edmonton, AB

    Brett Hunchak

    QB

    Calgary Colts

    Calgary, AB

    Ed Ilnicki

    RB

    U. Alberta

    Spruce Grove, AB

    Reyd Kessler

    RB

    Calgary Colts

    Calgary, AB

    Joe McQuay

    OL

    Notre Dame H.S.

    Red Deer, AB

    Garrett Meek

    DL

    U. Saskatchewan

    St. Albert, AB

    Shane Richards

    OL

    Calgary Colts

    Calgary, AB

    Jackson Ryan

    RB

    Bellerose H.S.

    St. Albert, AB

    Ryan Sceviour

    OL

    U. Calgary

    Calgary, AB

    Braden Twarynski

    DL

    U. Saskatchewan

    Calgary, AB

     

    English / Français


    FOOTBALL CANADA

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    December 28, 2013

     

    Football Canada announces JNT International Bowl roster

     

    Football Canada is proud to announce its Junior National Team roster which will take on USA Football’s U19 National Team as part of the 2014 International Bowl series, to be played February 7-8 at Maverick Stadium at the University of Texas at Arlington.

    The full roster can be found here in addition to being listed below.

    The 60 player roster was selected from close to 500 players who took part in regional identification camps across Canada. These top prospects will take on USA Football’s U19 squad in Texas, competing for one of 45 spots to represent Canada at the 2014 U19 (19-and-under) World Championship in Kuwait. 

    Canada’s 2014 Junior National Team is led by head coach and defensive coordinator Warren Craney. Craney is a veteran of international competition having served as defensive coordinator at the two previous World Championships under Noel Thorpe (2012) and Glen Constantin (2009) respectively in addition to four generations of the IFAF World Team.

    Rivalry renewed

    Canada and Team USA have met in the first two IFAF U19 (19-and-under) World Championship gold medal games with Canada avenging a 2009 loss in 2012 to capture gold. With the record split, the 2014 International Bowl series will re-ignite the Canada-USA rivalry as it builds towards the summer.

    The International Bowl series features a number of Canada-USA rivalry games which in addition to a Junior National Team showdown includes the Football Canada Cup (U18) National Team against USA Football’s U18 National Team.
     

    Canada’s Junior National Team alumni include Byron Archambault (U. Montreal), Linden Gaydosh (Carolina Panthers), Pierre Lavertu (U. Laval), Kirby Fabien (BC Lions), Will Finch (Western U.), Steven Lumbala (Montreal Alouettes), Jeremi Roch (U. Sherbrooke), Matt Sewell (McMaster U.), Mercer Timmis (U. Calgary) and Jake Thomas (Winnipeg Blue Bombers).

    Junior National Team International Bowl series roster

    Name / Nom

    Pos.

    Team / Équipe

    Hometown / Ville natale

    Jonathan Arseneault

    DL/LD

    CÉGEP St-Jean-Sur-Richelieu

    St-Constan, QC

    William Aziz

    DL/LD

    CÉGEP Vanier College

    St. Thomas, ON

    Lance Bashutsky

    DB/DD

    U. Saskatchewan

    Wynyard, SK

    Mathieu Betts

    DL/LD

    CÉGEP Vieux-Montréal

    Montréal, QC

    David Blain

    REC

    CÉGEP Montmorency

    Montréal, QC

    Christophe Bouchard

    DB/DD

    Académie St-Louis

    Quebec, QC

    Mathieu Boutin

    DB/DD

    CÉGEP Notre-Dame-de-Foy

    QC

    Quinton Bowles

    DL/LD

    VI Raiders (CJFL)

    Winnipeg, MB

    Chris Brown-Fillion

    LB/SEC

    Winnipeg Rifles (CJFL)

    Steinbach, MB

    Jozua Côté

    RB/DO

    Peru (NY)

    Longueil, QC

    Wade Leeroy Cyr

    OL/LO

    CÉGEP Vanier College

    Montréal, QC

    Josh Dahl

    DB/DD

    Saskatoon Hilltops (CJFL)

    Saskatoon, SK

    Vincent Desjardins

    DL/LD

    CÉGEP Notre-Dame-de-Foy

    QC

    Mason Dick

    OL/LO

    U. Saskatchewan

    Winnipeg, MB

    Dante Djan

    QB/QA

    St. Francis Xavier U.

    Calgary, AB

    Frédérik-Xavier Duhamel

    OL/LO

    CÉGEP Vieux-Montréal

    Sainte-Barthélémy, QC

    Trysten Dyce

    REC

    Regina Thunder (CJFL)

    Winnipeg, MB

    Gabriel Ferraro

    K/B

    Burlington Stampeders

    Mississauga, ON

    Logan Fisher

    RB/DO

    Saskatoon Hilltops

    Saskatoon, SK

    Troy Hanson

    LB/SEC

    Kent (CT)

    Edmonton, AB

    Mitch Hillis

    REC

    U. Saskatchewan

    Saskatoon, SK

    Brett Hunchak

    QB/QA

    Calgary Colts (CJFL)

    Calgary, AB

    Ed Ilnicki

    RB/DO

    U. Alberta

    Spruce Grove, AB

    Jadon Johnson

    DB/DD

    U. Guelph

    Brampton, ON

    Cédric Joseph

    RB/DO

    CÉGEP Champlain-Lennoxville

    Montréal, QC

    William Jouan-Ladouceur

    DB/DD

    CÉGEP St-Jean-Sur-Richelieu

    Greenville Park, QC

    Karym Kartsonis

    REC

    CÉGEP Notre-Dame-de-Foy

    Saint-Augustin de Desmaures, QC

    Reyd Kessler

    RB/DO

    Calgary Colts (CJFL)

    Calgary, AB

    Cole Klughart

    OL/LO

    St. Joseph

    Saskatoon, SK

    Tristian Koronkiewicz

    DL/LD

    VI Raiders (CJFL)

    Regina, SK

    Pierre-Karl Lanctôt

    OL/LO

    CÉGEP St-Jean-sur-Richelieu

    Montréal, QC

    Jesse Lawson

    OL/LO

    Langley Rams (CJFL)

    Surrey, BC

    Dominic Lévesque

    K/B

    CÉGEP Champlain-Lennoxville

    QC

    Cédric Lussier-Roy

    LB/SEC

    CÉGEP Champlain-Lennoxville

    Sherbrooke, QC

    Evan Machibroda

    DL/LD

    Holy Cross

    Saskatoon, SK

    Ethan Makonzo

    LB/SEC

    CÉGEP Vieux-Montréal

    Montréal, QC

    Hergy Mayala

    REC

    Trinity Pawling (NY)

    Montréal, QC

    Jayden McCoy

    DB/DD

    U. Manitoba

    Winnipeg, MB

    Joe McQuay

    OL/LO

    Notre Dame

    Red Deer, AB

    Garrett Meek

    DL/LD

    U. Saskatchewan

    St. Albert, AB

    Royce Metchie

    DB/DD

     

    Brampton, ON

    Edouard Montemiglio

    RB/DO

    CÉGEP Vieux-Montréal

    QC

    Louis-Mathieu Normandin

    REC

    CÉGEP Vieux-Montréal

    Montréal, QC

    Nick Parisotto

    DB/DD

    Guelph Bears

    Guelph, ON

    Félix Pelletier

    DL/LD

    St. Leonard Cougars (CJFL)

    QC

    Trivel Pinto

    REC

    Metro Toronto Wildcats

    Toronto, ON

    Shane Richards

    OL/LO

    Calgary Colts (CJFL)

    Calgary, AB

    Nate Rostek

    LB/SEC

    Sir John A. MacDonald

    Upper Tantallon, NS/N.-É.

    Jackson Ryan

    RB/DO

    Bellerose

    St. Albert, AB

    Rossini Sandjong-Djabome

    DL/LD

    CÉGEP Édouard-Montpetit

    Longueuil, QC

    Ryan Sceviour

    OL/LO

    U. Calgary

    Calgary, AB

    Tom Schnitzler

    LB/SEC

    Saskatoon Hilltops (CJFL)

    Saskatoon, SK

    David Sévigny

    OL/LO

    CÉGEP Notre-Dame-de-Foy

    QC

    Louis-Philippe St-Amant

    DB/DD

    CÉGEP Notre-Dame-de-Foy

    Saint-Augustin, QC

    Logan Thacker

    LB/SEC

    Winnipeg Rifles (CJFL)

    Ochre River, MB

    Samuel Thomassin

    OL/LO

    CÉGEP de l’Outaouais

    Gatineau, QC

    Alex Thompson

    REC

    VI Raiders (CJFL)

    Regina, SK

    Brayden Twarynski

    DL/LD

    U. Saskatchewan

    Calgary, AB

    Kyle Van Wynsberghe

    REC

    Carleton U.

    Delhi, ON

    Eric Verity

    DB/DD

    U. Saskatchewan

    Saskatoon, SK



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