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Weekly summaries from the Vancouver Mainland Football League

Midget Division

Cloverdale Bengals 49

Richmond Raiders 0

Highlights: Four touchdowns from David Dinbandhu paced the Bengals. Scoring one touchdown each were Riley Carter, Bishop Francis, J.C. Rugamba and Jeremy Jacobs. Kirkland Hammet ran for one convert.

Stuart Bourke had a pair of interceptions to lead the defense, which also received strong play from Arian King and Dominic Carey.

 

Pee Wee Division

White Rock Titans 31

Langley Cowboys 12

Highlights: Beckham Dickie and Michael Ficken scored touchdowns for the Titans, and Bronte Gallo was a standout on offense.

 

Atom Division

 

Cloverdale Lions 36

Coquitlam Tigers 6

Highlights: Rajin Chahal scored three touchdowns and ran for a convert to lead the Lions. Jeremiah Washington also scored a touchdown and a convert, and Jacob Russ also ran for a convert.

Running backs Chahal, Washington and Silvano Lalana were effective running the ball behind the blocking of the offensive line.

 

White Rock Titans  52

Coquitlam Lions 6

Highlights: Scoring touchdowns for the winners were Max Reiffer, Marley Reiffer, Reggie Quintana, Roshan Sandhu and Logan Jessup.

Kicker Aiden Robins was good on five of seven convert attempts.

Zack Sallans came up huge with a fumble and onside kick recovery, while Naji Sallans was among the top tacklers. Alijah Kharroubi made a long run to make a touchdown-saving tackle.

Bud Beliveau has six quarterback sacks.

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