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Cloverdale minor football

Josiah Ordough (41) of the Cloverdale Bobcats finds a hole through the Coquitlam Cougars defenders during a Pee Wee game earlier this season. The Bobcats won 16-0.  - Black Press
Josiah Ordough (41) of the Cloverdale Bobcats finds a hole through the Coquitlam Cougars defenders during a Pee Wee game earlier this season. The Bobcats won 16-0.
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Cloverdale Lions: 0

Richmond Raiders: 30

 

Cloverdale Panthers: 48

South Delta Rams: 0

Highlights. The Cloverdale Panthers defeated the rams 48-0 in South Delta this week. The Panthers did a great job on offense with Terrel Jones, Taran Birdi, Jaeden Reid and Dante Vatkin each scoring touchdowns. Walker Erickson aadded two more TDs and one convert for the Panthers. Jones was five on five for his converts. The Panthers played great team defense. They were led by Birdi, Erickson, Nate Sawyer, Gage Mack, Noah Anderson and Amraj Singh-Manhas.

 

Peewee Divison

Cloverdale Lynx: 0

South Delta Rams: 42

Highlights: Defense played exceptionally well. Blake Vatkin made a tackle at the line of scrimmage. Benjamin Cowie was on fire to make several great tackles. Arjun Johal made some great tackles. Troy MacDonald went right up the middle, making a six-yard gain. Joshua Reed made a 10-yard gain by running on the side.

 

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Cloverdale Cougars: 49

Burnaby Lions: 0

A hardworking defense was on display and included interceptions by Nathan Hutchinson and Tristan Erwood, and sacks by Cole Baron, Michael Bachmeier and Deepak Mattu. Coupled with offensive teamwork resulting in seven touchdowns, including one by Jakob Kellner, his first of the season. The Cougars played a great game from start to finish.

 

Bantam division

Cloverdale Leopards: 12

Meadow Ridge Knights: 14

Highlights: Gurjot Bains and David Dinbandhu both scored touchdowns.

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