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Sebastien Reid (right) of the North Surrey Eagles grabs the helmet of Cloverdale Cougars ball carrier Walter Dingwall during a Junior Bantam football game Sunday at Cloverdale Athletic Park. - BOAZ JOSEPH / THE LEADER
Sebastien Reid (right) of the North Surrey Eagles grabs the helmet of Cloverdale Cougars ball carrier Walter Dingwall during a Junior Bantam football game Sunday at Cloverdale Athletic Park.
— image credit: BOAZ JOSEPH / THE LEADER

Bantam Division

 

North Surrey Panthers 48

Cloverdale Leopards 0

Highlights: Willie Brenner paced the Panthers, scoring three touchdowns and kicking for another six points. Jerald Leonardo, Mark Leonardo, Oso Okohie and Emeka Okuma also had major scores.

Chae Head threw for a pair of touchdowns, playing behind the blocking of offensive linemen Nicholas Carroll and Pablo Espinoza. Mario Lagare led the Panthers defense with a fumble recovery.

For Cloverdale, quarterback Bishop Francis led the Leopards offense, playing behind the effective blocking of Elijah Fenelon. Brydon Greig had a solid game to lead the defense.

 

North Surrey Tigers 8

Langley Mustangs 7

Highlights: The Tigers used a touchdown from Nathan Brown and a two-part convert from Bolby Peters to get the win. Other standouts on offense were Shawn Domingo and Ernie Santos. Leading the defense were Brown, Jidstar Castaneto, Jairo Salazar, Gabe Mendoza and Cory Turner.

 

Pee Wee Division

 

North Delta Longhorns 24

South Delta Rams 0

Highlights: Diallo Ighorewo scored two touchdowns and kicked three converts in the Longhorns’ victory. Daesaun Johnson also scored a major. The defence was led by strong performances from Brody Clark, Hunter Cruz-Dumont, Rion Cruz and Justin Hermann.

 

Atom Division

North Delta Longhorns 6

Coquitlam Lions 31

Highlights: Carter Spencer had the North Delta score on a 60-yard run. Other highlights included the play of fullbacks Xavier Singfield and Xavier Cole.

 

North Surrey Lions 42

Cloverdale Tigers 6

Highlights: Jamil Yousuf and Javon Minott scored three touchdowns each for the Lions, with Adrian Dias Dos Santos kicking three two-point converts. Dahani Mohammed, Gaurav Dhaliwal, Kieran Pama and Avery Lilley were the offensive leaders. Top defensive performers were Sahib Malik, Andrew Knox, Keyshawn Porter, Alexander Eldridge and Marquell Milanzi.

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