PFC Nominee for Past Commissioners Award

Brandon Quach of the Edmonton Wildcats

The Edmonton Wildcats are nominating Brandon Quach for the 2015 Past Commissioners Award from the PFC.

Brandon just finished his fourth season with the Wildcats, and has been a strong asset to the team, both on and off the field.  Brandon is not only one of our starting receivers, but is a strong leader in the locker room.  He is one of the quieter guys on the team, but is always the first to offer a helping hand, provide some words of encouragement to his peers and help smooth out any conflict between teammates.

Brandon has also been one of the core contributors to our In The Community program, having volunteered at almost every opportunity.  In 2015, he participated in volunteer activities at the Edmonton Food Bank, Hope Mission, Habitat For Humanity, the Boys and Girls Club, and Read In Week.  In addition to this, he helped coach at several clinics put on by the Leduc Minor Football Association, as well as the Eskimos Minor Football Camp.

Outside of football, Brandon has recently become certified as an Emergency Medial Responder.  He volunteers serving meals at the Hope Mission, and is in the process of becoming a volunteer on teh Hope Mission 24/7 rescue van.

Brandon’s community involvement through both the Wildcats as well as the in his own personal life combined with his dedication to the team and his teammates have made him invaluable to our team, and is the very definition of a Wildcat.

Brandon’s nomination will now go head to head with the BCFC nominee Alex Wright and Hunter Lake from the Westshore Rebels.  Regardless of who wins the award, both Edmonton and Westshore are better communities because of these young men.

Courtesy of the Canadian Junior Football League