Sadowski selected for East-West Bowl

Former Seaquam Seahawk to play in CIS showcase game in Montreal

Ethan Sadowski will play in the East-West Bowl next month in Montreal.

Seaquam Secondary graduate Ethan Sadowski has been invited to play in the East-West Bowl.

The game, to be played May 9 at Percival Molson Stadium in Montreal, showcases (Canadian Intercollegiate Sports) players eligible for next year’s Canadian Football League draft.

Sadowski, a six-foot-five, 257-pound defensive lineman, completed his third season with the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds last fall. In seven games played, he had 11 solo tackles, 10 assisted tackles and two quarterback sacks.

The week-long East-West Bowl included daily practices, a coaches clinic featuring presentations by CFL and CIS representatives.

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