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Rams' Lund, Foster, earn player of the week honours
A pair of Langley Rams earned weekly honours for their performances in week 10 of the B.C. Football Conference.
Running back Nathan Lund was the offensive player of the week following a 179-yard rushing performance against the Valley Huskers.
Lund carried the ball just six times but scored three touchdowns, including a 91-yard run.
And defensive lineman Evan Foster had a game to remember.
Playing in his hometown of Chilliwack, Foster had four sacks, two solo tackles, four assisted tackles and an interception which he ran back for a 70-yard touchdown.
His sacks also allowed him to set a new Canadian Junior Football League record with 16 in the season. The previous record was 15. He also passed the BCFC single season record of 12.5 sacks.
The Rams won the game 59-24 over the Huskers to finish 7-3 in the regular season. The team is at Kelowna's Apple Bowl on Sunday (Oct. 13) for their semifinal game versus the 8-2 Okanagan Sun.