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The Westshore Rebels handled the Langley Rams easily when the teams met in week 11, (61-7) so the Rams no doubt were looking back to week 5 when the Rebels squeaked out a 28-21 win in their initial meeting as a sign that the Rebels were beatable. Add to that the fact the Rams had Rebels quarterback TE Jessie rattled in that game as he threw 3 interceptions in his only sub par game of the season.

While that game might have shown Jessie isn’t perfect, he reminded us in the 40-14 semi-final win Saturday why he was named the outstanding offensive player in the conference. He was his usual pinpoint self in completing 21 of 26 passes for 240 yards and 2 touchdowns. He showed he was just as dangerous leaving the pocket with 24 rushing yards and a TD on 4 carries.

Westshore Rebels passer TE Jessie is throwing TDS into the record book as his club continues to pound BCFC teams, this week a 61-7 win over the Langley Rams.

In about his usual half of football Jessie completed 13 of 17 passes for 249 yards and 4TDS.  With one game to play, Jessie has 38 touchdown passes on the season, a new BCFC and CJFL record.

This is Jessie’s 4th offensive player of the week this season

Rookie defensive back Tayon Lloyd has been easing into the quarterback position as the list of Bronco passers resemble a MASH unit.

The Winston Knoll (Regina) grad made his first start at the position this weekend and arguably provided the best overall performance of any offensive player of the week in 2023. He did okay…

13 of 24 passing for 171 yards and 2 touchdowns while also rushing 13 times for 129 yards and 2 touchdowns.

The Huskers Reece Wyke ran over, around, and through the visiting Prince George Kodiaks at Exhibition Stadium in a 34-12 Huskers win Saturday in racking up 222 rushing yards and 2 touchdowns on 22 carries.


On another note, he also handled kicking duties for his club, going 4 for 4 on convert attempts as well as making both field goal attempts

TE Jessie seems to be toying with the BCFC quarterback position in 2023


This past weekend in a 95-14 shellacking of the VI Raiders he put on another clinic in completing 15 of 20 passes for for 358 yards to go along with 6 touchdowns and 1 interception. He also rushed once for 17 yards.


The above numbers are more impressive when you consider Jessie was pulled after the opening series of the second half.

In a showdown of the top two running backs in the BCFC, Gerren Hardisty brought his A game as the Westshore Rebels dominated the Valley Huskers.


Hardisty had his best game of the season with 154 yards and 2 touchdowns on on 15 carries

10 receptions, 181 yards and a touchdown as the Rebels move to 5-0

The Westshore Raiders TE Jessie has been lights out in 2023 and Saturday offered up his best game of the season as the Rebels hammered the visiting Okanagan Sun 52-23.

He contributed 6 touchdowns (5 passing and 1 rushing) as he completed 22 of 27 passes for 303 yards. If this performance wasn’t perfect, it was close

The Valley Huskers blitzed the visiting VI Raiders 67-6 and receiver Payton Lake had a big hand in the big win.

Lake was efficient, with 3 touchdowns on 5 receptions (137 yards), including a spectacular one handed end zone grab when he got behind a Raider defender.

In a week that saw some big offensive performances, Huskers quarterback Tyran Duval stood out with a game for the ages. The WJ Mouat grad led his club to an offensive explosion, 70 points and 705 net yards of offence in the 70-24 win.

Duval completed 28 0f 38 passes for 478 yards and 5TDS on the night. Another interesting stat line saw 10 different receivers catch passes as the Huskers moved to 2-1.

Langley Rams QB Trey Jones was all but perfect in completing 11 of 12 passes for 260 yards and 5 TDS as the Rams hammered the VI Raiders 54-3 Saturday afternoon in Langley.


Jones added another 21 rushing yards on 3 carries in helping his club move to 1-1 on the season.

Jessie threw TDS at will as the Rebels hammered the Raiders 69-0 in Nanaimo.

10 completions on 16 attempts for 164 yards. 5TDS