Senior Bowl

Senior Bowl

The intent of the Ed Henick Senior Bowl game is to showcase the best high school football players who have used their last year of eligibility in a North, South all-star game. Every year Football Saskatchewan asks all high school coaches throughout the province to nominate players from their school, who they feel are capable of playing and competing with the best football players in the Province.


2014 Senior Bowl Info

2014 Senior Bowl

PLEASE NOTE THE 2014 SENIOR BOWL GAME WILL BE PLAYED IN SASKATOON ON THE MONDAY OF THE MAY LONG WEEKEND, the 19th, with the players reporting to Saskatoon on Friday, May 16th, for two a day practices on the 17th, and the 18th.

1st North Senior Bowl Camp - April 12th & 13th, 9am, Griffiths Stadium, Saskatoon, SK

1st South Senior Bowl Camp - April 12th & 13th, 9am, Mosaic Stadium, Regina, SK

The Senior Bowl Game is Monday, May 19th, at 1pm (6man), 3pm (9man), 5pm (12man) at Mosaic Stadium. Tickets are available at the gate on gameday.

North Schools:
Aberdeen, Bethlehem, Biggar, Birch Hills, Carrot River, Centennial, Central Butte, Clavet, Dalmeny, Davidson, Delisle, Elrose, Eston, Hafford, Hague, Hanley, Hudson Bay, Humboldt, John Paul II (North Battleford), Kerrobert, Kindersley, La Ronge, Loreburn, Luseland, Martensville, Meadow Lake, Meath Park, Melfort, Nipawin, North Battleford, Outlook, Outlook-LCBI, Plenty, Porcupine Plain, Prince Albert, P.A.C.I., Rosetown, Rosthern, Shellbrook, Spiritwood, St. Mary's, Tisdale, Unity, Wakaw, Warman, Watrous, Watson, Wilkie. Saskatoon Schools: Marion Graham, Tommy Douglas, Evan Hardy, Aden Bowman, Mount Royal, Holy Cross, Walter Murray, Bishop Mahoney, Bedford Road, St. Joseph.

South Schools:
Assiniboia, Balgonie, Broadview, Canora, Caronport, Cupar, Esterhazy, Estevan, Foam Lake, Fort Qu'Appelle, Gull Lake, Indian Head, Kamsack, Kelliher, Lanigan, Lemburg, Lumsden, Maple Creek, Melville, Milestone, Moose Jaw Central, Moose Jaw Vanier, Moose Jaw Peacock, Moosomin, Raymore, Preeceville, Shaunavon, Southey, Swift Current, Weyburn, Wilcox, Wynyard, Yorkton Regional, Yorkton Sacred Heart. Regina Schools: Miller, Luther, O'Neill, Johnson, Sheldon Williams, Riffel, Campbell, Leboldus, Thom, Balfour, Winston Knoll.

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Ed Henick Senior Bowl Game

The intent of the Ed Henick Senior Bowl game is to showcase the best high school football players who have used their last year of eligibility in a North, South all-star game. Every year Football Saskatchewan asks all high school coaches throughout the province to nominate players from their school, who they feel are capable of playing and competing with the best football players in the Province.

Each year during the end of March/early April a selection camp is held in Regina and Saskatoon where over 150 athletes attend each camp to display their athletic abilities. These one day camps are conducted in each cities respective field house and have the same format. The morning session will consist of a series of tests that will be used to determine their athletic ability.

The tests include a 40 yard time, a 20 yard time, vertical jump, shuttle run, standing broad jump and a bench press. Following a break for lunch, the camp will resume with the afternoon session consisting of position specific skills and drills.

Coaches at these one-day camps will include the seven man North/ South Senior Bowl coaching staffs and coaches from the elite programs. The seven man North/ South Senior Bowl coaching staffs are representatives from Saskatchewan’s City and Provincial championship teams.

From the selection camps 75 players will be chosen to attend a full contact tryout camp in Regina or Saskatoon. The Training camps will run in late April or early May. The respective North/South Coaching staffs will run the two a day practices scheduled for this weekend with guest coaches from the high school leagues. The weekend tryout/training camps will consist of four practices, two Saturday and two Sunday. Players will be evaluated by the Senior Bowl coaching staff and will be notified after if they will be representing one of the Senior Bowl teams.

The Ed Henick Senior Bowl Game changes locations between Regina’s Mosaic Stadium and University of Saskatchewan’s Griffiths Stadium. The game features the top 45 graduating high school players from the Northern and Southern parts of the province. The game was developed to promote and further develop the game of football for residents of Saskatchewan. This game is a showcase for all scouts, coaches, players and fans that love and have contributed to the game of football in Saskatchewan.

North Schools:
Aberdeen, Bethlehem, Biggar, Birch Hills, Carrot River, Centennial, Central Butte, Clavet, Dalmeny, Davidson, Delisle, Elrose, Eston, Hafford, Hague, Hanley, Hudson Bay, Humboldt, John Paul II (North Battleford), Kerrobert, Kindersley, La Ronge, Loreburn, Luseland, Martensville, Meadow Lake, Meath Park, Melfort, Nipawin, North Battleford, Outlook, Outlook-LCBI, Plenty, Porcupine Plain, Prince Albert, P.A.C.I., Rosetown, Rosthern, Shellbrook, Spiritwood, St. Mary's, Tisdale, Unity, Wakaw, Warman, Watrous, Watson, Wilkie. Saskatoon Schools: Marion Graham, Tommy Douglas, Evan Hardy, Aden Bowman, Mount Royal, Holy Cross, Walter Murray, Bishop Mahoney, Bedford Road, St. Joseph.

South Schools:
Assiniboia, Balgonie, Broadview, Canora, Caronport, Cupar, Esterhazy, Estevan, Foam Lake, Fort Qu'Appelle, Gull Lake, Indian Head, Kamsack, Kelliher, Lanigan, Lemburg, Lumsden, Maple Creek, Melville, Milestone, Moose Jaw Central, Moose Jaw Vanier, Moose Jaw Peacock, Moosomin, Raymore, Preeceville, Shaunavon, Southey, Swift Current, Weyburn, Wilcox, Wynyard, Yorkton Regional, Yorkton Sacred Heart. Regina Schools: Miller, Luther, O'Neill, Johnson, Sheldon Williams, Riffel, Campbell, Leboldus, Thom, Balfour, Winston Knoll.

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Football Saskatchewan Senior Bowl Facts

  •  Football Saskatchewan’s Annual Senior Bowl game was changed to the Annual Ed Henick Senior Bowl Game in honour of the incumbent Ed Henick who passed away in 2001.
  • The South Team leads the series, 18 wins to 11 and has outscored the North Team 713 to 616, in the twenty-ninth game series to date.
  • Scores were as follows:
    1985 South 17 - North 14
    1986 South 24 - North 11
    1987 North 35 - South 14
    1988 South 3 - North 2
    1989 North 50 - South 27
    1990 North 32 - South 13
    1991 North 39 - South 14
    1992 South 44 - North 17
    1993 South 54 - North 0
    1994 South 26 - North 7
    1995 South 20 - North 8
    1996 South 29 - North 20
    1997 South 21 - North 14
    1998 North 28 – South 13
    1999 South 31 – North 20
    2000 North 23 – South 9
    2001 North 26 - South 23 (OT)
    2002 South 6 – North 1
    2003 South 47 – North 13
    2004 North 29 – South 17
    2005 North 30 – South 29
    2006 North 29 – South 0
    2007 South 20 - North 0
    2008 South 33 - North 8
    2009 South 33 - North 13
    2010 South 59 - North 21
    2011 South 37 - North 21
    2012 South 15 - North 11
    2013 North 36 - South 9 (6 Man)
    2013 North 40 - South 7 (9 Man)
    2013 South 19 - North 18 (12 Man)
  • On the average both teams have combined for 42.8 points per game.

  • The 2001 game was the first Senior Bowl game to ever go into overtime.

  • Game six saw both teams combine for 437 yards of total offense, the lowest total in the history of the competition. The highest being 853 of total offense in Game 5.

  • The 2006 game was the first shut out for the North.

  • The 2010 game saw the South Team score the highest point total in the history of the game 59 points.

     
    NORTH MVP
    Game 1 - 1985 - Lorne Keen, Saskatoon Holy Cross
    Game 2 - 1986 - Troy Keen, Saskatoon Aden Bowman
    Game 3 - 1987 - Dan Farthing, Saskatoon Holy Cross
    Game 4 - 1988 - Rob Trebilcock, Prince Albert Carlton
    Game 5 - 1989 - Errol Brown, Saskatoon Marion Graham
    Game 6 - 1990 - James Rakochy, Saskatoon Holy Cross
    Game 7 - 1991 - Roger Williams, Saskatoon Walter Murray
    Game 8 - 1992 - Brent Larson, Saskatoon Marion Graham
    Game 9 - 1993 - Mike Lang, Saskatoon Bishop Mahoney
    Game 10 - 1994 - Patrick Morley, Humboldt
    Game 11 - 1995 - Brandon Stroh, Saskatoon Holy Cross
    Game 12 - 1996 - Rob Jenkins, Saskatoon Holy Cross
    Game 13 - 1997 - Adam Bradley, North Battleford
    Game 14 – 1998 – Brett Czarnota, Saskatoon Holy Cross
    Game 15 – 1999 – Graeme Bell, Saskatoon Walter Murray
    Game 16 – 2000 – Chris Eckert, Saskatoon Evan Hardy
    Game 17 – 2001 – Brett Thompson, Saskatoon Holy Cross
    Game 18 – 2002 – Sebastien Sosnowski, Saskatoon Mount Royal
    Game 19 – 2003 – Jay Bradshaw, Saskatoon Evan Hardy
    Game 20 – 2004 – Andrew Busby, Delisle Rebels
    Game 21 – 2005 – Mike Walter, Saskatoon Evan Hardy
    Game 22 – 2006 – Corbin Eskelson, Rosetown
    Game 23 - 2007 - Zachary Hart, Saskatoon Marion Graham
    Game 24 - 2008 - Jeff Moore, Saskatoon Aden Bowman
    Game 25 - 2009 - Kyle McGinnis, Saskatoon Evan Hardy
    Game 26 - 2010 - Graham Uhruh, Saskatoon Evan Hardy
    Game 27 - 2011 - Drew Burko, Saskatoon Aden Bowman
    Game 28 - 2012 - Des Vessey, Delisle
    Game 29 - 2013 - Logan Fischer - Saskatoon Bethlehem (12 Man), Adam Leik - Warman (9 Man), Josh Anderson - Hanley (6 Man)
     
    SOUTH MVP
    Game 1 - 1985 - Kelly Trithart, Weyburn Comprehensive
    Game 2 - 1986 - Jeff Kallichuk, Regina Martin
    Game 3 - 1987 - Greg Fiddler, Regina O'Neill
    Game 4 - 1988 - Chris Curran, Regina Leboldus
    Game 5 - 1989 - Byron Davyduke, Regina Leboldus
    Game 6 - 1990 - Jeff Slabik, Gull Lake
    Game 7 - 1991 - Joedy King - Regina O'Neill
    Game 8 - 1992 - Danny Paskiw, Regina Thom
    Game 9 - 1993 - Chad Luedtke, Regina Riffel
    Game 10 - 1994 - Kennedy Nkeyasen, Regina Thom
    Game 11 - 1995 - Jon Mitchell, Regina Campbell
    Game 12 - 1996 - Jared Hoover, Moose Jaw Riverview
    Game 13 - 1997 - Lonnie Hayes, Regina Campbell
    Game 14 – 1998 - Neal Hughes, Regina Thom
    Game 15 – 1999 – Lee Moffatt, Regina Sheldon Williams
    Game 16 – 2000 – Nathan Hasenfratz, Regina O’Neill
    Game 17 – 2001 – Tyler Cabylis, Regina Campbell
    Game 18 – 2002 – Derek Hague, Moose Jaw Vanier
    Game 19 – 2003 – Deke Junior, Regina Thom
    Game 20 – 2004 – Mike Stadnyk, Regina Miller
    Game 21 – 2005 – Landon Perra, Regina Miller
    Game 22 – 2006 – Thomas Springer, Swift Current
    Game 23 - 2007 - Taylor Kidby, Regina Riffel
    Game 24 - 2008 - Jordan Yantz, Regina Winston Knoll
    Game 25 - 2009 - Bernard Mbanza, Regina LeBoldus
    Game 26 - 2010 - Mike King, Regina LeBoldus
    Game 27 - 2011 - Chris Tunnicliffe, Regina Sheldon
    Game 28 - 2012 - Mike Stefanovic, Moose Jaw Vanier
    Game 29 - 2013 - Jaeden Marwick - Regina Winston Knoll (12 Man), Aaron Morran - Lumsden (9 man), Dylan Shewchuk - Wynyard (6 Man)

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED IN A GAME
Chad Luedtke, Regina Riffel – 5 T.D.’s, Game 9, 1993

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS IN A GAME
Drew Burko, Saskatoon Aden Bowman, 42 Throws, Game 27, 2011

MOST COMPLETIONS IN A GAME
Drew Burko, Saskatoon Aden Bowman, 22 Completions, Game 27, 2011

MOST PASSING YARDAGE IN A GAME
Dylan Hart, Saskatoon Marion Graham, 263 yards, Game 26, 2010

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES IN A GAME
Shaun Anderson, Regina Johnson, 3 T.D.’s, Game 5, 1989
Dylan Hart, Saskatoon Marion Graham, 3 T.D.’s, Game 26, 2010
Drew Burko, Saskatoon Aden Bowman, 3 T.D.’s, Game 27, 2011

MOST PASS RECEPTIONS IN A GAME
David Murza, Saskatoon Holy Cross, 8 catches, Game 12, 1996

MOST RECEIVING YARDAGE IN A GAME
Graham Uhruh, Saskatoon Evan Hardy, 187 yards, Game 26, 2010

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS IN A GAME
Sam Khuber, Regina Thom, 31 carries, Game 1, 1985

MOST RUSHING YARDAGE IN A GAME
Byron Davyduke, Regina Leboldus, 226 yards, Game 5, 1989

LONGEST TOUCHDOWN
Rushing – Matt McCullough, Saskatoon Holy Cross, 85 yards, Game 3, 1987
Passing – Jeff Kallichuk to Maurice Exner, 106 yards, Game 2, 1986
Punt Return – Errol Brown, Saskatoon Marion Graham, 71 yards, Game 5, 1989

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