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FB | Trio of Ravens named OUA All-Stars

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BURLINGTON, Ontario Senior pass-catcher Phil Iloki (Montreal, Que.)was among the league’s elite with his seventh-ranked mark of 80.5 yards per game. Iloki’s efforts went for an average of 14.6 yards per catch and he turned three of those grabs into touchdowns for the Ravens this season, providing a consistently reliable option for the team’s first-time starter under centre. 

In addition to the team’s leading receiver, the Ravens see their top two tacklers tabbed as first team all-stars as well. Jack Cassar (Mississauga, Ont.) maintained his status as one of the most intimidating individuals on defence, racking up 44 tackles, including seven for a loss, as well as four sacks and five pass breakups. Cassar started his season with a bang, totaling 10.5 tackles in the black birds’ opener to earn defensive player of the week honours, but his teammate, Trevor Hoyte (Gatineau, Que.), managed the feat in the tail end of the season. Hoyte’s eight-tackle effort anchored his Week 8 honour, but his season marks of 35.5 tackles, 1.5 sacks, one forced fumble, and one fumble recovery have him placed firmly alongside his Carleton teammate as a first-team all-star. 

The complete list of 2019 OUA first and second team all-stars is: 

2019 First Team All-Stars 


QB – Chris Merchant, Western 

RB – Levondre Gordon, Laurier 

RB – Dion Pellerin, Waterloo 

REC – Tyler Ternowski, Waterloo 

REC – Brett Ellerman, Western 

REC – Will Corby, Toronto 

REC – Phil Iloki, Carleton 

C – Elliot Beamer, Western 

T – Zack Fry, Western 

T – Dylan Giffen, Western 

G – Coulter Woodmansey, Guelph 

G – Spencer Hood, Western 


DT – Cameron Lawson, Queen’s 

DT – Sam Acheampong, Laurier 

DE – Réshaan Davis, Ottawa 

DE – Malcolm Campbell, Toronto 

LB – Jack Cassar, Carleton 

LB – Tommy Bringi, Laurier 

SAM – Trevor Hoyte, Carleton 

FS – Jacob Janke, York 

HB – Noah Hallett, McMaster 

HB – Cody Cranston, Ottawa 

CB – Bleska Kambamba, Western 

CB – Tyrell Ford, Waterloo 

Special Teams 

P – Marc Liegghio, Western 

K – Marc Liegghio, Western 

RET – Clark Barnes, Guelph 

RUSH – Rashad Spooner, Ottawa