QB Mason Brown was named BC Lions offence player of the week with 25 of 39 for 275 yards 3 TDS 1 INT, 1 reception for 8 yards and 7 carries for 81 yards. The Westshore Rebels found themselves in must win territory Saturday at home to the Valley Huskers. (Spencer Pickles/Black Press)

Photo gallery: Rebels fall from playoffs, QB named player of the week

Westshore Rebels are out of playoffs after a 52-38 loss to the Huskers on Saturday

The Westshore Rebels are out of playoffs after a 52-38 loss to the Huskers on Saturday in Langford.

While the afternoon was a disappointing one for the home team, QB Mason Brown was named BC Lions offence player of the week with 25 of 39 for 275 yards 3 TDS 1 INT, 1 reception for 8 yards and 7 carries for 81 yards.

Brown had his best overall game, statistically at least of the season throwing the ball and moved the ball with his feet as well as he did all he could to claw his club into the post- season.

This is Mason’s and the Rebels’ first BC Lions Player of the Week.



c.vanreeuwyk@blackpress.ca

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter

Westshore Rebels

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

 

Just Posted

Woman comes home to ‘entirely different’ Victoria after cruise ship, military base quarantine

Melanie Sibbitt booked herself a last-minute vacation on a cruise ship hit by COVID-19

Wheelchair user asks people to leave space on sidewalks to socially distance

Wendy Cox says many people are not stepping off the sidewalk to allow her space

COVID-19: Victoria moves homeless into 35 hotel rooms across the city

Mayor pleads with residents to stay inside during pandemic

Victoria brewery uses 3D-printer to make face shields for health care workers

Phillips Brewing is teaming up with engineers to create single-use medical equipment

Victoria street nurse thanks public for outpouring of donations

Businesses and individuals donated gloves, masks, sanitizers and more to frontline workers

B.C. records first at-home death from COVID-19, but 70+ hospital patients have recovered

Total of 970 novel coronavirus cases in B.C., with the majority in the Lower Mainland area

BC Ferries able to restrict travel for sick passengers

Ferries working on schedule shifts to keep workers safe

COVID-19: A message from the publisher

We will be making some changes to our print editions during these unprecedented times

Canada expands 75% wage subsidy to COVID-19 affected businesses of all sizes: Trudeau

Program will provide up to $847 per week for each worker

Pay parking suspended at B.C. hospitals due to COVID-19

Temporary free parking reduces need for keypads, contact

Helping those at risk, one piece of paper at a time through ‘isolation communication’

Simple paper tool during pandemic making its way across Canada thanks to social media.

‘Back to school, in a virtual way’ for B.C. students in COVID-19 pandemic

Province adds online resources to help parents at home

Canadian ferry operators call for inclusion in COVID-19 travel restrictions

Domestic travel restrictions should include ferries, operators say

Most Read