The Cloverdale Atom Lions savour their victory after defeating North Surrey for the VMFL division championship.

Undefeated: Lions shine on home field

Cloverdale Atom division football team takes divisional championship, defeating North Surrey

Cloverdale Lions: 42

North Surrey Lions: 16

Highlights: Cloverdale Lions battled the North Surrey Lions for the VMFL Atom Division championship, with Cloverdale winning 42 to 16 at Cloverdale Athletic Park. Jeremiah Washington ran over 400 yards, with the help of offensive line Conner Pontoon, Armaan  Lehal, Rafael Hipol, Talon Sheck and Matteo Kopek, resulting in five touchdowns. Alozie Larose scored a touchdown for six points, and Xavier Mensa had three field goals, resulting in six points.

The defence played really well, holding North Surrey back.  The line was Tyson Sponchia, Jack Roberts, Jovin Shoker, and Dominik Grudzien-Green. Cloverdale Lions went undefeated for the season. It was the boys and girl Vania Kahn’s time to shine.

The coaching staff did an outstanding job with the kids: Head coach, Dave Sponchia, Jay Roberts, Neil McEvoy, Mark Washington and parent helpers Steve Ponton, and Nick Shoker


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