OFC Semi Final Players of The Week

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Updated: November 6, 2016
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Offensive Player – Austin Lumley QB Windsor AKO Fratmen 13/20 255yards/ 1TD/ 4 carries/ 9yards/ 2TDS

Austin Lumley took this semi final game into his own hands calling his own name 4 times finding the endzone twice in this weeks semi final game. On top of which, he added 255 yards passing with another touchdown pass. His throwing game was very efficient considering the tough defense that Ottawa had on the field. Completing 13 total passes had Lumley averaging close to 20 yards a completion this weekend. Austins strong offensive performance helped propel the Fratmen into the OFC Finals against the Hamilton Hurricanes next weekend.

Defensive Player- Tyler Storie DB Windsor AKO Fratmen 2 Tackles/ 1 Knockdown/ 2INT/ 90 INT Yards/ 1 INT TD

The ball hawk was back in action this week against the Ottawa Sooners. Note to offenses out there, stay away from Tyler Storie when throwing the ball. With 1 knockdown and 2 interceptions, Storie was not going to let the Sooners drive the field in the semi finals. The most impressive statistic this week was his 90 yard interception return for a touchdown. Defenses win championships and Storie and the rest of the AKO Fratmen will be trying to prove that this coming weekend in the final game of the season.

 

Special Teams Player- Johnny Rykeil P/K Hamilton Hurricanes 3 punts/ 70yards/ 4KO/ 305 yards/ 3-3 FG/ 41Long

The multi use special teams player and overall points leader in the OFC was back to his usual ways against the GTA Grizzlies in the OFC Semi Final. Johnny is always able to give Hamilton great field position with his powerful foot. On top of that, his accuracy is never in question on field goals and extra points. This week, Rykeil went 3 for 3 on field goals with a big boot of 41 yards. Keeping GTA in their own end helped Hamilton’s defense keep the points off the board. Rykeil will be back in action again next week as the Hurricanes face their rival Windsor AKO Fratmen in the OFC Final.

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