Weekly ‘DID YOU KNOW?” (9): Winnipeg upset, Bison woes, Burlington Pipeline & Regina status quo

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We introduce to you the next weekly installment of CFC’s “Did you know”:

DID YOU KNOW (BONUS): NOVEMBER 9TH:

DID YOU KNOW (8): NOVEMBER 1ST

DID YOU KNOW (7): OCTOBER 24th

DID YOU KNOW (6): OCTOBER 17TH

DID YOU KNOW (5): OCTOBER 10TH

DID YOU KNOW (4) – OCTOBER 3RD

DID YOU KNOW (3) – SEPTEMBER 26th

DID YOU KNOW (2) – SEPTEMBER 19th

DID YOU KNOW (1) – SEPTEMBER 12th

Brady Oliveira

WINNIPEG UPSET:

A Winnipeg High School Football League (WHSFL) is over.  On Friday night, CFC#9 St. Paul’s Cruasders lost their grip on the Provincial ‘AAA’ title courtesy of a 17-16 loss at the hands of CFC#15 Oak Park Raiders. The Crusaders have held on to the title for three consecutive years.  As for the Raiders, they were last crowned provincial champions in 2010. CFC 100 and recent North Dakota commit Brady Oliveira rushed for over 100 yards in the game tallied a 20 yard major. Congratulations to the Raiders.

Photo credits: Bruce Fedyck

 

 

 

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