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   Sun Devils: Dylan Ainsworth
Dylan Ainsworth
Alumni SDSS Sun Devils Football

Dylan started playing football as a pee-wee with the South Delta Rams. When he reached the Bantam level, he was fortunate to become a part of a team that won back to back Provincial Championships.  After community football, he made the long walk across the street to SDSS Sun Devils Football and starting as defensive end. He also became a part of the Sun Devils Team which won the school's first Provincial Championship. For Dylan's hard efforts, he became a Provincial All-Star and was recruited by the University of Western Ontario Mustangs. His starting position with the Mustangs was Defensive End. Last year Dylan set a single season sack record for the Mustangs (9.5) and was invited to the East-West Bowl. He is now ranked as the 8th best player eligible for the 2014 CFL draft. 

We would like to congratulate Dylan!

Here is a part of the post from the Detla-Optimist - May 16, 2014

~~The next chapter of Dylan Ainsworth's football career will be taking him to the CFL heartland. The defensive end from Tsawwassen was selected 11th overall by the Saskatchewan Roughriders in Tuesday's college draft. Ainsworth was considered a top CFL prospect after three productive years at the University of Western Ontario where he earned CIS Second Team All-Canadian honours last season. "I have heard (about their fans) but I don't think I really know what I am getting myself into until I actually go there," said Ainsworth who watched the draft from his Tsawwassen home with family and friends. Ainsworth grew up in the South Delta Rams community program before heading across the street to South Delta Secondary where he helped the Sun Devils win their first-ever B.C. championship in 2008. A year later he was a provincial all-star and would head to Western with teammate Sam Livingston. He still has two years of CIS eligibility but is close to finishing his degree and will immediately turn pro. - See more at: http://www.delta-optimist.com/news/tsawwassen-s-ainsworth-feeling-rider-pride-1.1063690#sthash.wvdx0afJ.dpuf
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