Holley grabs five catches for 55 yards for Saskatchewan in CFL

June 22, 2017

Caleb Holley football

Caleb Holley

Saskatchewan Roughriders wide receiver Caleb Holley of Anchorage hauled in a catch on 5-of-6 pass attempts in the game of the of the season in the Canadian Football League.

In the 17-16 loss to the Montreal Alouettes the 6-foot-4, 200-pounder finished with 55 yards, helping him eclipse the 700-yard receiving mark in 12 career games.

Holley, of East High fame, is the first Alaskan to play in the CFL in 20 years.

He joined the team last season and made an immediate impact with 56-655-2 totals in 11 games.

In this year’s season opener, the wideout hauled in the first four passes that came his way, highlighted by a 23-yard play.

The only ball he didn’t catch was intercepted, but he did get the tackle.