Chilliwack four prepare for punting, passing and kicking

Four Chilliwack Minor Football players will test their arms and legs against the Lower Mainland's best at BC Place Stadium.

Four Chilliwackians will represent Chilliwack Minor Football at a Punt, Pass and Kick competition this weekend.

Quinn Laynes, Tyler Kelly, Grayson Frick and Carson Van Der Greft will compete Saturday afternoon (3 p.m.) at BC Place.

They’ll have the opportunity to stick around afterwards for a Canadian Football League game between the BC Lions and Ottawa Redblacks.

The Chilliwack four will test themselves against the Lower Mainland’s best, but they’ve already established themselves as Chilliwack’s best.

CMFA held its Punt, Pass and Kick day in early September.

Approximately 120 players in four divisions were ranked based on their accumulated yardage.

Laynes topped the flag football division.

Kelly was the top atom player. Frick was the top peewee player and Van Der Greft was best among junior bantams.

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