Valley Husker named BC Football Conference Player of the Week

Star receiver Brandon Poulin has a huge day in a road win over the Kamloops Broncos.

Valley Husker receiver Brandon Poulin is the Offensive Player of the Week in the BC Football Conference.

The speedster posted his fourth 100-plus yard game of the 2018 season in last Saturday’s 49-25 road rout of the Kamloops Broncos. The Winnipeg native caught seven balls from Husker quarterback Julian Wytinck, good for 156 yards. He added a 58 yard kick return.

The previous week, in a 38-17 home-field win over Kamloops, Poulin had six catches for 158 yards and two touchdowns.

He is over halfway to the 1,000 yard mark at the mid-point of the season with 570 yards on 34 catches.

His Huskers are in Langley Saturday night (7 p.m.), taking on the Rams at McLeod Athletic Park.

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