Valley Huskers bolster O and D lines on signing day

The junior football club added big bodies on both sides of the ball, inking several linemen.

The Valley Huskers officially inked a few more players on June 1, the designated ‘Signing Day’ around the Canadian Junior Football League.

Head coach Bob Reist got a pair of offensive linemen to put pen to paper, securing the services of Winnipeg native Jordan Reynolds and Abbotsford native Jesse Clifford.

Reist added another big body at wide receiver, signing Abbotsford Panther grad and former Western University Mustang commit Reece Morrison.

Ryley Bednarski (Winnipeg) and AJ Kala (Mission) signed on the defensive line, bringing size and agility to a group that Reist already believes is very strong.

The coach made official the signing of Daniel Mills for the secondary along with Simon Wisness (Winnipeg) and added local flavour with the additions of Dion Kelly and Harry Sommerville.

The team also confirmed the signings of Manitoba Bison imports Julian Wytinck (QB), Anthony Dyck (WR), Brandon Poulin (WR) and Remis Tshiovo (RB).

Training camp starts July 7.

Just Posted

Valley Huskers sign Canada West all-star Marcel Arruda-Welch

The dynamic return man/defensive back is joining the B.C. Football Conference team in 2019.

Water use by the new brewery taken into account with long-range planning in Chilliwack

Concerns about impacts on Chilliwack’s aquifer led to reaching out to brewing company

Chilliwack’s Lisa Deputan qualifies for B.C. Senior Women’s Curling Championships

The Chilliwack Curling Club athlete leads her crew into provincials in Trail next month.

Agassiz man charged in 2014 snake venom death of toddler

Henry Thomas was taking care of the North Vancouver girl the day before she died

Chilliwack Chief Harrison Blaisdell climbs Central Scouting Bureau rankings

The 17 year old forward is now drawing a second round grade as CSB releases its mid-term list.

UPDATE: B.C. legislature managers accused of excessive travel, personal expense claims

Clerk Craig James, security chief Gary Lenz call allegations ‘completely false’

B.C. man fined $10,000 after leaving moose to suffer before death

Surrey man was convicted last week on three Wildlife Act charges

‘Blue Monday’ isn’t real, but depression can be

CMHA encourages people to prioritize their mental health

South Surrey mother didn’t have the intent to kill her daughter: defence

Closing submissions in case of Lisa Batstone underway

Parole granted for drunk driver who killed B.C. RCMP officer

Kenneth Jacob Fenton will be able to attend alcohol abuse treatment, nearly three years after crash that killed Const. Sarah Beckett

Anti-pipeline group wants NEB to consider impact of emissions, climate change filed NEB motion asking to apply same standard to the project as it did with Energy East pipeline

B.C.’s largest public-sector union wants inquiry into money laundering, drugs

Union officials say Premier John Horgan and Attorney General David Eby have not ruled out the possibility of a public inquiry

Teen in confrontation with Native American: I didn’t provoke

Nick Sandmann of Covington Catholic High School said he was trying to defuse the situation

VIDEO: 11-year-old violinist practices for Vancouver Symphony Orchestra debut

Cloverdale student Da-Wei Chan will perform Jan. 31, Feb. 28 with the VSO

Most Read