V.I. Raiders kicker James Parker, left, receiver Brycen Mayoh and offensive lineman Traven Weasel Traveller were named to the B.C. Football Conference C&D Logistics All-Star Offensive Team on Tuesday. (NEWS BULLETIN file photos)

Three V.I. Raiders chosen as offensive all-stars

Traven Weasel Traveller, Brycen Mayoh, James Parker earn BCFC honours

The V.I. Raiders go into the playoffs with a star-studded roster.

Three members of Nanaimo’s Vancouver Island Raiders made the B.C. Football Conference C&D Logistics All-Star Offensive Team, as announced Tuesday.

Selected as all-stars were offensive lineman Traven Weasel Traveller, receiver Brycen Mayoh and kicker James Parker.

A panel of league officials, media members and head coaches voted for the all-stars.

Other members of the all-star team included Scott Borden, quarterback, Westshore Rebels; Marshall Klein, offensive lineman, Okanagan Sun; Matt Robinson, offensive lineman, Okanagan Sun; Christian Krause, offensive lineman, Westshore Rebels; Tyson Thompson, offensive lineman, Westshore Rebels; Trey Campbell, running back, Westshore Rebels; Nathan Lund, running back, Langley Rams; Nate Anderson, receiver, Okanagan Sun; Khalik Johnson, receiver, Langley Rams; D’Saun Greenaway, receiver, Westshore Rebels.

Defensive all-stars will be announced Wednesday (Oct. 11), with major award winners to be revealed Oct. 18.

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