Varsity Letters has scanned the numbers and presents our Top Performances of the Week in B.C. High School Football.
Full disclosure: Big tackling numbers in the meaningful games in the month of November tend to score high.
1 SAMMY SIDHU — In a showdown with South Delta for the Western Confernece title on the final day of the regular season, New Westminster’s Sammy Sidhu helped carry his team to a 63-16 win by carrying nine times for 182 yards and two scores.
2 CAMERON MAH — In the annual Archbishops Cup against Vancouver College, the Notre Dame linebacker made 11 tackles as the Jugglers topped the Irish 28-7.
3 KINSALE PHILIP — New West’s quarterback is also a punishing member the No. 1 Hyacks’ linebacking core. Philip rushed for a 50-yard TD and also made 11.5 tackles plus two sacks, in a 63-16 win over South Delta.
4 JORDAN HOGG – The Abbotsford linebacker made 10 tackles, including four sacks, as the Panthers won the AA East with 21-0 win over Chilliwack’s G.W. Graham Grizzlies.
5 JONAH FINFRIDSSON — The St. Thomas More Knights’ safety registered 14 tackles and a forced fumble as the dominant Knights’ defence topped Mission 21-7.
6 KEELAN WHITE — The Handsworth receiver caught five passes for 196 yards and three touchdowns and also rushed for a seven-yard major as the Royals beat West Vancouver 35-22 to win the Pacific Conference title.
7 JULIEN PERRI — Windsor’s TD machine caught four scoring majors and took an interception to the house in a 61-14 win over Ballenas.
8 JALEN PHILPOT — The Seaquam running back carried 17 times for 148 yards and two touchdowns, and also scored on an 85-yard interception return in a 35-28 loss to Mt. Douglas.
9 KALEN JULES — The Belmont quarterback threw for 194 yards and four touchdowns as the Bulldogs toppled Carson Graham 46-15.
10 STEEN RASMUSSEN — The John Barsby Bulldogs running back rushed for four touchdowns on the day as Nanaimo’s Bulldogs beat North Van’s Argyle Pipers 43-6.
HONOURABLE MENTION (in order)
CADEN DOYLE — The Clarence Fulton running back rushed four times for 128 yards and two touchdowns and added another off a 48-yard fumble recovery as the Maroons blanked Kamloops’ Westsyde 34-0.
HAYDEN NAYOR — The Mt. Douglas Rams’ receiver didn’t find his way into the end zone, but his seven catches for 138 yards helped set the table for his Victoria club’s late-season renaissance, as evidenced by a 35-28 comeback win over the Seaquam Seahawks.
CADE COTE — The Terry Fox Ravens scored touchdowns via the rush, catch, kick-off return and interception in a 75-6 win over Centennial. Cote rushed for 123 yards and caught a 42-yard TD pass.
MAREN BRADBROOKE — The Nanaimo District quarterback went 10-of-15 for 213 yards and two majors, and also carried 11 times for 115 yards and a 39-yard TD in the Islanders 36-14 non-conference win over Spectrum.
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