The Saskatoon Hilltops completed a National Championship Five Peat with a 58-21 victory over the Langley Rams today in the Prairie city.
The Rams threw for a total of 334 yards, the most allowed this year by the Hilltops, who gave up an average of only 170 yards per game against in the eight game Prairie Conference regular season.
Duncan Little completed 21 of his 31 attempts for 265 yards and threw a 42 yard touchdown pass to Jevon Cottoy, who finished the day with five receptions for 109 yards and a touchdown despite dealing with double coverage all game. Nick Agnoletto led all receivers with seven catches.
The Rams were unable to amount a rushing attack on the Hilltops, who gave up an average 112 yards rushing per game during the regular season, and could only muster a total of 40 yards on the ground, most of those coming from Joseph Carter, who ran for 34 yards on four carries.
The Highlight of the game was a spectacular 100 yard kickoff return touchdown by the Rams Anthony Blackwell.