Graham football four find spots on Team BC

Four GW Graham Grizzly football players will compete on the national stage when they travel to Manitoba in July.

The GW Graham Grizzlies have placed four junior varsity football players on the 40-man Team BC U-16 roster.

Football BC released the full list Monday.

The four Grizzlies who will travel to Manitoba for national championships this summer are linebacker Jordan Breuker, running back Billy Hanson, offensive lineman Braydon Winger and receiver Emerson Smith.

Team BC will play in four games between July 6-14, all at Investors Group Field, the newly constructed home of the Canadian Football League’s Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

“They have a chance to play in a high profile tournament in a brand new first-class facility with the best players in the province,” said GWG head coach Laurie Smith. “And it’s a huge accomplishment for our first-year program.”

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