North Shore players earn football all-star honours

The high school football conference all-star lists are out, and several North Shore players have made the cut.

At the AAA level Carson Graham’s Lucas Granger leads the way, earning all-star status as the quarterback of the year in the Western Conference. Other North Shore players on the Western Conference list include Carson Graham receiver Kevean Pashandi and Handsworth linebacker Robert Lutman. In the AAA Pacific Conference, all-star honours went to receiver Jay Armitage and offensive lineman Beaudry Leman, both of the West Vancouver Highlanders.  

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In the AA Western Conference, offensive all-star honours went to Windsor receiver Ryan Werbowski and lineman Nathan Kelly as well as Argyle’s Carson Standing in the flex position and teammate Jake Rubin at offensive lineman. On defence all-star honours went to Windsor lineman Darren Baker and defensive back Nicholas Pelesh as well as Argyle lineman Booth Davies and linebacker Reece Huber.

The playoffs begin this week with both Windsor and Carson Graham in action. In AAA action Carson Graham will go on the road to take on Kelowna Secondary. The Eagles put up a 2-5 record to finish fifth in the Western Conference while Kelowna went 5-2 to place second in the Eastern Conference. They’ll play Saturday starting at 1:30 p.m. in Kelowna.

In AA Windsor will take on Vanderhoof’s Nechako Valley Secondary Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Masich Place Stadium in Prince George. Winsdor went 2-2 to finish third in the Western Conference while Nechako Valley finished at 3-0 to earn top spot in the Northern Conference.

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