Saskatoon Hilltops quarterback Jordan Walls will try to top off an outstanding season with a Canadian Bowl victory Nov. 17 at SMF Field.
The fifth-year pivot from Tommy Douglas cleaned up on Prairie Football Conference awards day winning outstanding quarterback, top offensive player and PFC most valuble player.
Walls completed 122 of 197 passes for a 62% completion rate and efficiency rating of 118.2%. Walls also fired 18 touchdown passes with 2,010 total yards for the 2018 season.
Other Hilltops taking most outstanding awards included Josh Ewanchyna. The third-year running back from Holy Cross ran for 1,007 yards on 134 carries in just seven games and scored 15 touchdowns. Ewanchyna averaged over seven yards per carry.
Fifth-year receiver Jason Price took top honours in that category with 31-receptions for 709 yards and four touchdowns. Price averaged over 22-years-per catch.
Cody Peters captured top linebacker and defensive player of the year. The fifth-year veteran made 23 tackles, eight assisted tackles, 3.5 sacks, one knockdown, a forced fumble and picked off one pass.
Meanwhile nose tackle Garth Knittig was named top defensive lineman. The veteran from Delisle made 16 tackles, assisted on another six and was credited with 2.5 sacks.
The Hilltops will meet either Hamilton or Langley in the 2018 Canadian Bowl. The Toppers are one win away from a record fifth straight Canadian Bowl championship. They won a fifth consecutive Prairie Football Conference title Sunday with a 28-9 victory over the Edmonton Huskies.