Minor Football

Bishop Francis of the Cloverdale Cougars runs past a Westside Warrior defender during a Junior Bantam football game at Cloverdale Athletic Park.  - BOAZ JOSEPH / THE LEADER
Bishop Francis of the Cloverdale Cougars runs past a Westside Warrior defender during a Junior Bantam football game at Cloverdale Athletic Park.
— image credit: BOAZ JOSEPH / THE LEADER

Midget Division


North Surrey Bears 10

White Rock Titans 20

Highlights: The Bears scoring was handled by Devon Tait with a touchdown and kicker Jonaus Levac with a convert and a field goal. Derek Evans, Deepak Sharma and Jason Buchamer led the defence, each with a quarterback sack. Buchamer also had a fumble recovery.


Bantam Division


North Surrey Tigers 31

South Delta Rams 0

Highlights: Rahshon Loobie led the Tigers defence to a shutout, recovering a fumble and intercepting a pass. Touchdowns came from Colby Peters, Bash Sise-Odaa, Colton Cave and Ernest Santos, with kicker Daniel Horvath converting all four majors and adding a field goal.


Junior Bantam Division


Cloverdale Cougars 30

North Delta Longhorns 38

Highlights: Drey Blair, Bruce Balfour, Bishop Francis, Andrew Murison and Cole Barron  scored one touchdown each.

Other offensive standouts were Bishop Francis, Matthew Hammond, Kobi Johal, Christoper Moon, Nizaam Khawjazada and Brandon Mexter.

Leading the defence were Harjeevan Bains, Jeevanjot Dhindsa, Dylan Gill and MacKenzie Allison.


Atom Division


Cloverdale Lions 12

Royal City Hyacks 26

Highlights: Matt Baxter scored his first touchdown of the year for the Lions and Zach Seigmund added another major off a fake punt.


Cloverdale Panthers 48

Langley Colts 0

Highlights: The Panthers got three touchdowns and four converts from Terrel Jones to win their final game of the season.

Nate Sawyer also scored a major and kicked the convert, while Taran Birdi and Walker Erickson added one touchdown each.

Leading the defence were Birdi, Jones, Sawyer, Darren Smith and Harshaad Jouhal.

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