Cloverdale football: Lions and Tigers score wins

The following Atom Division results are from VMFL games held Oct. 25.

The Cloverdale Lions played the New West Hyacks Oct. 25

The following results are from VMFL games held Oct. 25.

Atom Division

Cloverdale Lions: 44

New Westminster Hyacks: 0

Highlights: Today the Cloverdale Lions wear black as they are the visiting team against the Hyacks, who are also orange, Cloverdale’s home colour. Great job with the point after teams field goals by Matteo Kopec with 2 points, CHristian Keogh with 2 points and Xavier Mensah with four points. There was a first time touchdown by our quarterback Jovin Shoker on a sneak play. Jeremiah Washington got three touchdowns, one of which was a stolen ball and he ran 65 yards. Alozie Larose ran in for one touchdown, and Xavier Mensah with one also.

Cloverdale Tigers: 30

North Delta Longhorns: 18

Highlights: After giving up two quick touchdowns, the Tigers regrouped and outscored their opponents by 24 points, over the rest of the game. Tyson Gayle scored three times, with Jonah Ussher scoring as well.

 

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