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Dec 2, 2012 10:17pm
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OTTAWA (CIS) – Receiver Paul Cecile and defensive back Christian Mahler, both
from the University of Waterloo, as well as returner Félix Bouthillier from the
Sherbrooke Vert & Or are the Canadian Interuniversity Sport football players
of the week for the period ending Oct. Andre Smith Jersey . 21, 2012. The selection
was made by a committee comprised of members of Football Reporters of Canada
(FRC). Cecile, a second-year recreation and leisure student from Azilda, Ont.,
was honoured on offence after he had the best game of his young university
career in the Warriors regular season finale, a 48-29 home win over Windsor,
last Saturday. The 5-foot-11, 185-pound sophomore, who entered the game with 10
receptions for 135 yards and one touchdown on the season, exploded for eight
catches, 246 yards and three majors against the Lancers, including four grabs of
over 30 yards. Cecile hauled in a 17-yard TD pass from Jamie Cook in the second
quarter and combined his efforts with Ben Hall for 60 and 13-yard scoring plays
in the third frame. Acadia receiver James Fioroni, Montreal quarterback
Alexandre Nadeau-Piuze and UBC pivot Billy Greene were also up for the award.
Mahler, a second-year recreation and business student from Sault St. Marie,
Ont., took home the weekly honour on defence after he closed out his 2012
campaign with three interceptions in the win over Windsor, upping his season
total to a CIS-best seven. The 5-foot-11, 175-pound sophomore saved a potential
Windsor score in the first quarter when he stepped in front of an Austin Kennedy
pass at the Warriors 10-yard line, and then added picks in the second and third
stanzas, both of which led directly to Waterloo touchdowns. Mahler returned his
three interceptions on a total of 98 yards and also contributed a pair of solo
tackles in the victory. Mount Allison linebacker Justin Richard, Montreal
linebacker Byron Archambault and Regina defensive back Joey Dwyer were also
nominated. Bouthillier, a first-year multidisciplinary student from Granby,