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Three Hawk alumni recognized for accomplishments

Langley Rams kicker Nick Naylor. Photo: Gord Goble

Nick Naylor was named the Canadian junior special teams player of the week.

By Staff Writer – Langley Times October 14, 2011 8:00 AM

The 19-year-old rookie Langley Rams kicker earned the honour after kicking four converts and two field goals in the Rams regular season finale, a 42-14 victory over the Westshore Rebels in B.C. Junior Football Conference action.

Naylor was also solid punting and kicking the ball.

He had seven punts for 251 yards and six kickoffs for 353 yards.

Dan Village of the Queen's Gaels

Village kicking his way into history
Staff Writer – Abbotsford News October 13, 2011 3:00 PM

In his fifth year with the Queen’s University football team, Abbotsford-born kicker Dan Village is reaching some impressive career milestones.

Village was named Ontario University Athletics player of the week after kicking a pair of field goals in a 27-14 win over the Windsor Lancers last Saturday. The performance put him at 50 field goals in his career, and boosted him past the 300-point plateau, making him the ninth player in CIS history to reach that benchmark. He’s already the leading scorer in the history of the Queen’s Golden Gaels​ program.

Tanner Hamade

Rookies Tanner Hamade and Nick Naylor named to 2011 BCFC All-Star Team

Defensive Backs:
Tanner Hamade – Chilliwack Huskers – 13 tackles, 3 assists, 3 interceptions for touchdowns (BCFC record), 1 fumble recovery for a touchdown

Place Kicker:
Nick Naylor – Langley Rams – 11-19 in field goals, longest of 35 yards, 57.9%

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