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.

See bcfootballconference.com or valleyhuskers.org for more info.

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