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Thursday, September 11, 2014

Thunder McGee named PFC Special Teams Player of the Week


PFC Offensive Player of the Week - Week 4

Receiver - #88 Kurt Goodrich – Winnipeg Rifles
The Winnipeg Rifles jumped into first place after a good hard fought road win in Edmonton on Sunday.  Veteran receiver Kurt Goodrich played an important role making a Conference high 10 receptions for 158 yards and caught two touchdown passes including the game winner with two and a half minutes to play.

PFC Defensive Player of the Week - Week 4

Linebacker - #45 Justin Filteau – Saskatoon Hilltops
It was almost a storybook ending for the Saskatoon Hilltops on Saturday afternoon as they unveiled the new Saskatoon Minor Football Field.  Linebacker Justin Filteau, who helped install the new field turf at the old Gordie Howe Bowl was simply fantastic compiling a Conference high 12 solo tackles, assisted on five other tackles and recorded an interception.  His 34 defensive points are the fifth most in PFC regular season history.

PFC Special Teams Player of the Week - Week 4

Kicker - #7 Will McGee – Regina Thunder
Saturday afternoon Regina stole the “Thunder” from the Hilltops unveiling of the new Saskatoon Minor Football Field with a come from behind victory, scoring three touchdowns in the final quarter.  Kicker Will McGee was instrumental in the comeback by placing two onside kicks in the final 1:43 of regulation that were recovered by his Thunder teammates.
Courtesy cjfl.net

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