Cloverdale Minor football results

Results from the Sept. 21 games in the Atom Division.

Cloverdale Tiger Arjun Kang

Atom Division

White Rock Titans: 18

Cloverdale Lions: 14

The Sept. 21 game started off with an energetic offensive drive from White Rock, which was held off with some great defensive deep in Cloverdale territory, creating a turnover on downs.

Cloverdale linemen worked hard on both offense and defense to push White Rock back. Some great yardage was gained by Rajin Chahal in the first half, and Jeremiah Washington finished it off to get Cloverdale’s first touchdown, converted by Rajin Chahal.

More great work in the second half from the linemen contained White Rock and their final TD was answered by a great run by Chahal to score.

Offensively, Cloverdale was working well to gain ground in the second half but were held out by the White Rock defensive line.

 

North Surrey Lions: 38

Cloverdale Tigers: 32

Cloverdale Tigers lost a hard-fought game against the North Surrey Lions with a final score of 38-32. One touchdown was earned by Arjun Kang (A1) and three others by Joseph Domingo. An additional eight convert points were earned by Kang, who also made a great run from the kick return to gain yards for the Tigers.

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