Valley Husker QB Julian Wytinck wins two team awards

The BC Football Conference junior team held their annual awards banquet Oct. 21.

The Valley Huskers handed out their team awards Oct. 21, with quarterback Julian Wytinck taking MVP and Most Inspirational Player honours. Receivers Brandon Poulin and Anthony Dyck shared the Offensive Player of the Year award. Linebacker Dawson Davis was selected as the Defensive Player of the Year and kicker Ethan Homan was the Special Teams Player of the Year.

Liam McCormick was the team’s Offensive Lineman of the Year while Tristan Fournier was the Defensive Lineman of the Year.

Running back Von Richardson was the team’s Offensive Rookie of the Year while defensive back Simon Winsnes was the Defensive Rookie of the Year.

Jacob Penner was named the Most Improved Player and Chad Moore won the Coach’s Award.

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