A highly regarded Saskatoon Hilltops running back and two members of the team’s Offensive line All-Canadians.
Logan Fischer battled through an injury all regular season to record 804-rushing yards on 121 carries. The Bethlehem graduate who is in his fifth and final season also scored 11 touchdowns before the post-season.
Fischer aggravated the injury during the third quarter of the Toppers 28-21 win over Winnipeg in the PFC semifinals after gaining 108 yards on 13 carries. He returned for the third quarter of C-J-F-L semifinal against the B-C Champion V-I Raiders running the ball eight times for 56 yards and one touchdown.
Fischer has been the offensive player of the game in the last two Canadian Bowl’s as the Hilltops go for a national record fourth consecutive title Saturday against the A-K-O Fratmen in Windsor Ont.
Offensive Tackles Mason Ochs and Kirk Simonsen are also on the C-J-F-L All-Canadian team. The 6’ 4” 285lb Simonsen is a fourth-year Hilltop from Hanley, while Ochs who is 6’ 4” and 270lbs is completing his second season after playing his high school football at Tommy Douglas.
Hilltops Lineman Riley Pickett and defensive halfback Colton Holmes were named to the All-Canadian team on defence.