Lions and Tigers end regular football season on a high note

The following VMFL games results are from Nov. 8.

The Cloverdale Lions Atom football team debuted a new jersey Nov. 8

The following VMFL games results are from Nov. 8.

Atom division:

Cloverdale Lions: 34

White Rock Titans: 16

Highlights: The Cloverdale Lions debuted a new jersey, and completed the regular season with a victory over the White Rock Titans.

The Lions finish the season undefeated. Great job done by the lions defense and a good job by the replacement center man Talon Sheck as Christian Keogh is out with a broken thumb. Jeremiah Washington did a good running job resulting in three touchdowns, Xavier Mensah ran in for a touchdown and kicked four field goals.

Cloverdale Tigers: 42

Royal City Hyacks: 16

Highlights: The Tigers won their fourth game in a row and enter the playoffs in good shape. Elijah Melnyk and Jonah Ussher both scored on big touchdown runs, and the defence had another outstanding game.

 

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