Cougars take VMFL banner

The Junior Bantam Cloverdale Cougars are heading to the provincial football championships

A team effort: players

Congratulations to the 2015 Junior Bantam Cloverdale Cougars on winning their divisional VMFL Championship Sunday, Nov. 29 on their home field.

The Cougars were down 36-16 at the half against the Coquitlam Raiders. Some great special team plays brought them back into the game, making the score 30-36 for Cloverdale.

Two interceptions gave the offence a chance to score the final two touchdowns, sealing the deal, making the final score 45-36 for Cloverdale.

The boys played an outstanding game and are now heading to the provincials this Sunday Dec. 6 at McLeod stadium against the Mission 9’ers for the provincial championship.

 

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