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On the Home Front Maroons receiver Deleone hauls in offensive honour

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WIDE RECEIVER Jonathan Deleone of the Daniel McIntyre Maroons was named offensive player of the week in the Currie A division as the Winnipeg High School Football League announced its Week 3 award winners on Monday.

Deleone, a Grade 12 player, had five receptions for 133 yards and scored a touchdown in Daniel Mac's 19-7 win over the St. Norbert Celtics.

Fergus Branton of St. Norbert was named the special teams player of the week after he returned six punts for a 30-yard average and had a 70-yard punt-return touchdown.

The defensive player of the week was Dryden Eagles lineman Caine Benham, a Grade 11 player who recorded 14 tackles in his team's 21-11 win over the St. John's Tigers.

The players of the week in the Potter AAA division were quarterback Theo Deezar of the St. Paul's Crusaders, offence; Churchill Bulldogs defensive end Patrick Klick-McMahon, defence; Sturgeon Heights Huskies linebacker Kiril Kleinerman, special teams.

In the Vidruk AA West division, the players of week were Neelin Spartans running back Dylan Minshull, offence; Grant Park Pirates linebacker Marshall Naylor, defence; Maples Marauders defensive back Josh Pangman, special teams.

In the Vidruk AA East division, the players of the week were Dakota Lancers running back John Luke, offence; Steinbach Sabres linebacker Chris Brown-Fillion, defence; Dakota Lancers linebacker Quinton Bowles, special teams.

Hughesman WHL star

Adam Hughesman of Winnipeg, a forward with the Tri-City Americans, has been named the Western Hockey League player of the week.

Hughesman, 20, had a goal and six assists along with a plus-4 rating in two games during last week's opening weekend. Hughesman had a goal and two assists last Saturday in Tri-City's 4-1 win over the Spokane Chiefs and recorded four assists in Tri-City's 6-5 win over the Portland Winterhawks.

-- staff

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition September 27, 2011 C7

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