Hurricanes’ Jordan named OFC Special Teams player of week


Stephan Jordan (#4), a third year cornerback out of Saltfleet District High School, was named OFC special teams player of the week. He had a great day on Saturday (Oct. 15) returning punts. The former Storm standout had seven punt returns for 123 yards, including a 61 yard touchdown in the second quarter that extended the Hurricanes lead to 14-3.

The Hurricanes finished the season with a 7-1 record. They’ll play host to the St. Leonard Cougars on Sunday evening at 7pm at Ivor Wynne in one of two OFC semi-finals.

Beau Lumley, a first year running back out of Herman High School in Windsor, was named offensive player of the week. He carried the Fratmen to a victory in a match-up of then unbeaten teams. Lumley, the former Griffin carried the ball twenty-nine times for 190 yards. Lumley’s 190 yards were gained against the number one run defense in the OFC. This player of the week award is Beau’s third of the season, as Beau has now won two offensive and one special teams awards. Beau and his Fratmen team mates play host to the Burlington Braves in an OFC semi-final on Saturday at 7:30 pm at Alumni Field.

Jono Carriero, a first year line back out of St. James High School in Guelph, was named defensive player of the week. He had an outstanding game in helping the Predators end the year on a winning note. The former Lion had 10 solo tackles, a special teams tackle, a sack and a fumble recovery he returned for a touchdown, helping him accumulate twenty-nine defensive points. This is Jono’s third player of the week nomination but first win. Jono and the expansion Predators first season ended with a very respectable 2-6 record in the tough OFC conference.