Langley Rams' Evan Foster delivers a hit on Westshore Rebels quarterback Hunter Lake during a Sept. 7 game at McLeod Athletic Park. Foster set a new Canadian Junior Football League record with 16 sacks this past season.

Foster new sack king of Canadian Junior Football League

Four sacks helps Langley Rams defensive lineman set new single-season record with 16

It was a game to remember for Langley Rams defensive tackle Evan Foster.

Foster registered four quarterback sacks, recovered a fumble and returned an interception 70 yards for a touchdown as the Rams closed the BCFC regular season with a 59-24 victory over the Valley Huskers on Saturday at Chilliwack’s Townsend Park.

And with his four sacks, Foster set both a BCFC and a Canadian Junior Football League single season record with 16 sacks.

The Rams finished the regular season at 7-3 and face the Okanagan Sun on Sunday in the semifinals.

In the regular season finale, Nathan Lund scored three touchdowns along the ground while Kyle Pich caught a pair of touchdown passes. Malcolm Williams also had a touchdown reception.

The defence also got a second touchdown from Brandon Klein, who picked off a pass and returned it 25 yards for the score.

Quarterback Jahlani Gilbert-Knorren threw for two of the touchdowns while back-up pivot Cecil Belanger threw the other.

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