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This article was published 26/9/2011 (2011 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
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.