Sun hands out player awards

Individual honorees named at BCFC team's banquet this week

  • Oct. 24, 2012 12:00 p.m.

The Okanagan Sun celebrated individual player achievements for the 2012 B.C. Football Conference season with its annual awards banquet Sunday night at the Coast Capri Hotel.

The following are this year’s winners:

Co-Most Valuable Players : Steven Doege (defensive lineman)—33 tackles, 12 sacks, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries; and Bobby Davis (slot back)—29 catches, 498 yards, three touchdowns, 13 rushes, 34 yards, four touchdowns.

Rookie of the Year: Cam Bedore (quarterback)—117 of 239 for 2,005 yards and 14 touchdowns.

Top Defensive Lineman: Steven Doege – 33 tackles, 12 sacks, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries

Top Offensive Lineman: Jordan Pfeifer

Scoring Leader: Bobby Davis (slot back)—seven touchdowns (three receiving, four running)

Most Inspirational Player:  Jack Rush (safety)—22 tackles, nine assists, two interceptions

Most Improved Player: Jesse Kendall (receiver)—14 catches, 385 yards and two touchdowns

Okanagan Minor Football Grad Award: Landon King (defensive back)—12 tackles, two assists, one fumble recovery

Most Popular Player (voted by the players): Bobby Davis—29 catches, 498 yards, three touchdowns

Most Sportsmanlike Player: Ben White (receiver)—17 catches, 323 yards and four touchdowns

Special Teams Player: Robbie Yochim (kick returner)—43 returns, 608 yards, one touchdown

Top Defensive Back: Blake Butler – nine tackles, five interceptions, one touchdown

Top Linebacker: Brandon Donkers – 19 tackles, 11 assists and half a sack

Top Offensive Back:  Alex Bradley (running back)—49 carries for 406 yards, four touchdowns

Top Receiver: Tommy Howes (receiver) – 31 catches, 513 yards, four touchdowns.


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