McLeod Stadium in Langley will host some of the top graduating Grade 12 players from the BC High School Football Association and the BC Community Football Association in the annual Senior Bowl game on Saturday. Kickoff is scheduled for 11 a.m. Pacific Time.
The game will feature one team led by Coach Brad Yamaoka (Kamloops Broncos) and another squad led by the Coach Shane Beatty (Okanagan Sun). The players were split during a draft held on Wednesday.
The Yamaoka team features two players from Prince George, with quarterback Rylan Matters (Duchess Park) joining offensive lineman Tyler Scully (PGSS). Matters’ Condor teammate, receiver Caleb Cruse will be on the other side of the field on Saturday, playing for Team Beatty.
The 2015 Senior Bowl camp roster features numerous players who have committed to play University football in the fall including Kelowna’s DB Mackenzie Johnson (Carleton Ravens) and North Vancouver’s DB Lucas Bill (McMaster Marauders).
The camp also features a number of players who are planning to play for Junior football teams in B.C. in the fall including: DL Mixon Madland (Kamloops Broncos), OL Tyler Scully (Kamloops Broncos), LB Zach Wallace (Langley Rams), RB Brock Zeleniski (Okanagan Sun), REC Cory McCoy (Okanagan Sun), DB Dawson Bergevin (Okanagan Sun) and REC Josh Tipton (Westshore Rebels).
The annual Senior Bowl camp is a by-invitation camp featuring the top amateur football players in the province who will be graduating from high school in June 2015.