bcjuniorfootball.ca, Oct 17, 2012
The British Columbia Football Conference is proud to announce their “BC Lions Players of the Week” for Week 10.
The Vancouver Island Raiders stayed undefeated on Saturday after a commanding victory over the Westshore Rebels. The Raiders offense scored 57 points and the “BC Lions Offensive Player of the Week” played a large role. Receiver Michael Schaper made four catches, all for touchdowns and compiled 155 yards. His longest touchdown catch and run was 72 yards. It’s the second time this season Schaper has won this award.
The Chilliwack Huskers finally ended their drought and won their first game since the 2009 season. The Huskers defence was led by the “BC Lions Defensive Player of the Week,” Kris Bush. The defensive back would make five solo tackles, one assist and two key interceptions. It’s the first defensive award for the Huskers this season.
For the third consecutive week the “BC Lions Special Teams Player of the Week” is Vancouver Island Raiders kicker Mark Mueller. The veteran was responsible for 13 of the Raiders 57 points, hitting two field goals from28 and 17 yards out. He was a perfect seven for seven in converts. Mueller would also make four punts for 158 yards and seven kickoffs traveling 382 yards.
At the same game, Bush was also chosen as the “McKinnon Career Coaching Player of the Game“.