North Delta Longhorns ball carrier Daesaun Johnson (34) pulls away from North Surrey T-Birds defenders Cody Cooper-Copak (16) and Austin Anton on his way to a touchdown during an Atom division football game at Bear Creek Park on Sunday.

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Surrey and Delta game summaries from Vancouver Mainland Football League play.

<b>Midget Division

North Surrey Bears 18

Victoria Spartans 18</b>

<b><i>Highlights:</b></i> Darrian Fung and Devous Hallums each scored a touchdown for the Bears, with Jonaus Levac kicking for four points, and Jacob Reiter earning a safety.

Derek Evans, Brandon Vieira, Deepak Sharma and Keith Grant led the defence, each with a quarterback sack.

 

<b>Bantam Division

North Delta Longhorns 18

Chilliwack Giants 15</b>

Highlights: Longhorns kicker Paul White kicked a field goal on the last play of the game to break a tie.

 

<b>Junior Bantam Division

Cloverdale Cougars 27

Richmond Raiders 28</b>

<b><i>Highlights:</b></i>The Cougars got two touchdowns from Drey Blair and one each from Andrew Murison and Lucas Stevens.

Leading tacklers on defence were Jasman Basran, Reece McGowan and Victor Belanger.

 

<b>North Surrey Eagles 62

North Delta Longhorns 28</b>

<b><i>Highlights:</b></i> Kwaku Frimpong led the Eagles with four touchdowns, with Devante Wilson and Rahim Mohammed adding two each. Kicker Kayle Fuoco added another eight points.

Taylor Pencer led the Longhorns with a pair of major scores. Andrew Phelps, Darnell Day and Alan Clarke were defensive standouts.

 

<b>Pee Wee Division

Cloverdale Lynx 8

Vancouver Trojans 35</b>

<b><i>Highlights:</b></i> The lone Lynx score came on a 45-yard run by Jordan Kelley, with Nathan Best kicking the two-point convert. Shea Wutke blocked a convert, Arjun Johal made a touchdown-saving tackle, and Gabriele Fenelon had a 35-yard run.

 

<b>North Surrey Cardinals 36

Langley Mavericks 6</b>

<b><i>Highlights:</b></i> The Cardinals got two touchdowns each Joshua Haydu and Sebastien Reid, and Jaheim Minott also scored 12 points by scoring one touchdown and kicking three two-point converts. Sebastien Reid ran 80  yards to set up one score, and centre Trevor Partington’s blocking allowed Haydu to score on a short run. Dyllen Dixon led the defence with a pair of interceptions.

<b>North Surrey Hawks 35

Cloverdale Lynx 0</b>

<b><i>Highlights:</b></i> Great defensive plays by Shawn Simons-Dafoe and Dante Collier, and  fumble recoveries by Sahil Pangalia and Jarrod Martin helped the Hawks blank the Lynx. Touchdowns came from Raaj Beadiroh, Ethen Boyd, Jaisahib Dhaliwal, Brandon Price and Antonio Pamintuan. Dhaliwal ran for one convert, and Justin Kular kicked for four points.

 

<b>Atom Division

Cloverdale Panthers 52

Langley Broncos 6</b>

<b><i>Highlights:</b></i> Terrel Jones, Harshaad Jouhal and Taran Birdi scored two touchdowns each, and Noah Anderson added one. Jones also kicked four two-point converts, with Birdi booting one. Top tacklers on defence were Jones, Jouhal, Nate Sawyer and Gage Mack.

 

<b>Cloverdale Lions 20

Royal City Hyacks 12

<b><i>Highlights:</b></i> Zach Seigmund scored a pair of touchdowns, and Cameron Butters had one on the Lions win.

 

<b>North Surrey Lions 36

Cloverdale Lions 0</b>

<b><i>Highlights:</b></i> Seth Anthony and Dominik Cole led the defence in a shutout win for North Surrey. Alec Magante was a standout on the offensive line.

Marcellus Linnen with two, Javon Minott, Landon Sommers and Jamil Yousuf scored the touchdowns, and Colin Dolynski kicked three two-point conversions.

 

<b>North Delta Longhorns 28

North Surrey T-Birds 8</b>

<b><i>Highlights:</b></i> The Longhorns got four touchdowns from Daesaun Johnson and a pair of two-point converts from kicker Kayden Moore. The defensive play of Jayden Pencer, Brandon Bolton-Trent, Davin Pitcairn and Xavier Singfield was solid.

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