CFC50 High School Players of the Week (6): Muganda, Hallschmid, Brown honoured (CFC) will be recognizing the top Canadian born high school players of the week. If you have a player who you think we should recognize each week for their performance, please email us their full stat line each week by Tuesday to the CFC Scouting Bureau.

CFC High School Players of the Week (6)

Offensive Player

Name: CFC100 Kalenga Muganda
Position: Running Back
School Team: Séminaire Saint-François, QC
Year: Senior

W 60-29 v. Curé-Antoine-Labelle – Muganda had 30 carries for 417 yards, averaging 13.9 yards per carry and scored 5 touchdowns. Occasionally, we see high school backs hover around the 300 yard mark which is awesome, but we can’t remember a time when we have seen a player rush for 400+ yards in one game. This game was supposed to be the game of the season in juv. division 1 in Quebec.


Soren Hallschmid (54), Mt. Douglas Rams (credit: Katie Burt, CFC)

Defensive Player

Name: CFC100 Soren Hallschmid
Position: Linebacker
School Team: Mount Douglas, BC
Year: Senior

W 26-13 v. Vancouver College – Hallschmid was a dominate force in stopping a persistent Vancouver College running game. He had 14 tackles and 1 interception. Mt. Doug’s defensive efforts led directly a big late season win that seems to be putting the Rams back on track towards playoffs.



Name: CFC100 Rodeem Brown
Position: Offensive lineman
School Team: Centennial, SK
Year: Senior

W 19-14 v. Aden Bowman (1st round) – With Centennial’s first round win in the playoffs against a tough Bowman team, Brown proved to be an effective force in the trenches.



This will be based off player’s individual and/or team performance using verified stats. The awards will include:

  • Offensive Player of the Week
  • Defensive Player of the Week
  • Lineman of the Week

The offensive and defensive players will be judged on their individuals stats while the linemen will be selected via a) stats for the defensive linemen and b) overall offensive team performance and number of total yards gained for offensive linemen. (We will include Special Teams players in honorable mentions should they gain our attention.)

Candidates must be attending and enrolled in an accredited high school program. This will not include Cégep players, they will be identified in a separate, but similar, format on a weekly basis.


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