CFC50 High School Players of the Week (8): Muganda, Ounsted, Uguak honoured

Canadafootballchat.com (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 (8)

 

(credit: Joel Lemay, Agence QMI)

Offensive Player

Name: CFC100 Kalenga Muganda
Position: Running Back
School Team: CFC50 Séminaire Saint-François Blizzard
Year: Senior

W 52-3 v. Saint-Jean-Eudes – Continues to lead his undefeated the Blizzard towards a provincial championship. In the provincial semifinal, he had 27 carries for 250 yards and 4 rushing touchdowns as his team now moves on to the provincial final.

 

Defensive Player

Name: CFC100 Jake Ounsted
Position: Defensive Tackle
School Team: CFC50 Mt. Douglas Rams
Year: Senior

W 45-13 v. Mt. Boucherie – Now that the Rams have started to get somewhat healthy that has made a late season surge, Ounsted has been the anchor for a defense that has helped that surge. Last week, in the wildcard round of the playoffs, he was a dominate force as he had 8 solo tackles, 5 TFLs, and 2 QB sacks.

 

#99 Lwal Uguak, Harry Ainlay Titans (photo courtesy of Harry Ainlay Titans)

Lineman

Name: CFC100 Lwal Uguak
Position: Defensive End
School Team: CFC50 Harry Ainlay Titans
Year: Senior

W 20-3 v. Salisbury – In his team’s dominate defensive effort, Uguak was constantly putting pressure on the quarterback as he registered 3 solo tackles, and 3 QB sacks in the Titans Championship win in the Edmonton city finals. Uguak is already fielding offers from a handful of NCAA teams, look for him to continue his prowess down the stretch.

 

Criteria

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 CΓ©gep players, they will be identified in a separate, but similar, format on a weekly basis.

 

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