Cloverdale Community Football results

The following results are for the games played on Sept. 13.

White Rock-South Surrey Titan Adam Olson (left) and Cloverdale Bobcat Joseph Domingo both miss a pass intended for Olson during a Pee Wee football game at the annual Titans Day at South Surrey Athletic Park on Sept. 13.

The following game reports are from the Cloverdale Community Football Association for Sept. 13.

Atom Division

Cloverdale Lions: 28

North Surrey Lions:

Location: Cloverdale Athletic Park

Highlights : The battle between the lions was today’s atom division game. Cloverdale had great running plays done by Jeremiah Washington and Alozie LaRose resulting in great yardage and two touchdowns each. Also Jovin Shoker kicked for two field goals. Also there were huge tackles by the defensive line and great blocking done by the offensive linemen and snapping done by Christian Keogh.


Cloverdale Tigers: 20

North Surrey Lions: 25


The tigers lost a tough game 25-20 at the hands of the North Surrey. The offensive line was outstanding and gave way to the running backs for big gains. Jonah Usher, Tyson Galye and Amar Kang each scored touchdowns for the Tigers.



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