Sun’s Vecchio an all-Canadian

Okanagan offensive lineman gains CJFL recognition for strong 2016 season

Michele Vecchio is a CJFL all-star for the second time in his Okanagan Sun career.

Okanagan Sun offensive lineman Michele Vecchio has been named a CJFL all-Canadian for the second time in his career.

It was just another outstanding season on the line for the RSS grad.  Despite a series of injuries Vecchio didn’t miss a game and was the anchor on the Sun line, blowing open holes and keeping the quarterbacks safe in 2016.

Vecchio joins Layne Hull and Jonas Gering as All-Canadians in 2016.

 

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