Langley Rams sponsor BOA Trucking has announced that the recipient of the BOA Trucking Exceptional Service Award is Rams Waterboy Nick Swartz. Nick has been a Rams Volunteer for several years and manages the team’s bench water on game days. Nick has helped the Rams out in many areas, including manning the Salvation Army Kettles on behalf of the club last Christmas. Nick was selected for the Award because he always handles the task at hand with efficiency and a positive attitude. Congratulations Nick!
December 15, 2015 / The Langley Rams are currently accepting applications for Offensive Line and Defensive Back Coaching positions.
All interested parties are asked to fill out and submit our online Coaching Application Form.
Head Coach Khari Joseph will review all applications and begin the interview process shortly.
The Canadian Junior Football League’s Langley Rams are proud to introduce new Head Coach Khari Joseph.
Khari is a native of Montreal and graduate of Laurenhill Academy. He played community football for the St. Laurent Spartans and Junior Football for the North Shore Broncos of the QJFL. He was the Broncos rookie of the year in 1996 and Defensive Player of the Year in 1998. Khari played three seasons for Brian Dobie’s Bisons at the University of Manitoba and was honoured as a CIS Canada West All Star in 2005.
Khari joined the Rams coaching staff in 2012 and put together a Cullen Cup winning defensive unit that was considered by many as the best in the Nation. Prior to joining the Rams Family he was a member of the CJFL Winnipeg Rifles staff for five seasons, four as defensive backs coach and one as the Rifles defensive coordinator.
A pair of videos were presented at the Langley Rams Awards Banquet, the 2015 Langley Rams Highlight Video courtesy of Ten Feet Sports and Entertainment, who made RAMS TV the best game broadcast in the Canadian Junior Football League, the final call is one of the many classics from the “Voice of the Langley Rams” Jake Elliott.
The second video was a surprise for Head Coach Jeff Alamolhoda, one he didn’t know still existed, the 2002 Highlight Video that was presented at the CJFL Banquet of Champions in Montreal, Jeff was BCFC Defensive MVP and a Nominee for CJFL Defensive MVP that year.
The Langley Rams wrapped up the 2015 season with their annual Awards Banquet at Tall Timbers Golf Club on Friday October 30.
A sign of good things to come for the Rams program is that the club handed out an unprecedented three Langley Rams Outstanding Rookie Awards.
In another unprecedented move the Langley Rams Offensive MVP Award was presented to an Offensive Lineman.
The ceremonies began with a Special Presentation to outgoing President Gord Querin, who will remain actively involved on the Rams Board of Directors as Past President.
Offensive MVP: Chae Faickney
Defensive MVP: Brock Gowanlock
Special Teams MVP: Ryan MacDonald
Outstanding Back: Jacob Patko
Outstanding Defensive Lineman: Alex Agnoletto
Outstanding Offensive Lineman: Anthony Daley
Outstanding Offensive Lineman: Chae Faickney
Rookie Award: Jacob Dodd
Rookie Award: Brendan Desjardine
Rookie Award: Khalik Johnson
“Paul Kawaza” Coaches Award: Cecil Belanger
RCMP “Cst. Roger Emile Pierlet” Leadership Award: Ben Sharpe
Most Improved Player Award: Kyle Sagmoen
RAM Award: Darrian Matassa-Fung
Hammer Award: Shaiheem Charles-Brown
Look Team Warrior: Jordan Potvin
Look Team Warrior: Stephen Legare
Langley Rams Exceptional Service Award: Ian Atkinson
Graduating Rams Awards:
Ben Sharpe 5 Years
Alex Agnoletto 4 Years
Cecil Belanger 4 Years
Anthony Daley 4 years
Darrian Matassa-Fung 4 Years
Jarren Ralph 4 Years
Jamie Wandell 4 Years
Conner Nolan 3 Years
Jacob Patko 3 Years
Bobby Pospischil 1 Year
Robert Reandy 1 Year
Jonah Sam-Young 1 Year
To our Award Winners, Congratulations
To our Grads, Good Luck and welcome to the Rams Alumni Club
To our Supporters and Sponsors, Thank-you
With that we close the door on the 2015 season and turn our focus and efforts towards the 2016 Championship drive.