Visiting Bobcats dominate Cowboys on home turf

The Cloverdale Bobcats have a long-anticipated matchup against the Langley Cowboys as VMFL results from the Thanksgiving weekend pour in.

The following results are from VMFL games held Oct. 11.

Junior Bantam Division

Cloverdale Cougars: 40

North Delta Longhorns: 0

Highlights: The Cougars scored on their first offensive play of the game on a 50 yard pass from QB Balsher Randhawa to TE Corbin Grant, and never looked back. The pair connected on two more long touchdown passes, from 60 and 85 yards. Randhawa also added a 5-yard score on the ground, and Taran Birdi finished the day off with a score of his own from 45 yards out. Kicker Jashan Grewal also went 5 for 5 on the day for extra points, while adding some key blocks on the offensive line. Cougars are now 6-0 on the season and are alone in first place in the VMFL Junior Bantam Division.

Pee Wee Division

Cloverdale Bobcats: 36

Langley Cowboys: 0

Highlights:

Cloverdale Bobcats had an away game last weekend in a long anticipated matchup against the home team, Langley Cowboys. A dominating defence kept the ball in Cloverdale’s possession for more of this game. Led by Kai Sheck who was relentless on the defensive line, shutting down Langley Cowboys as well as making a beautiful interception.

On the offensive side of the ball, Bobcats executed their game plan flawlessly and kept possession of the ball most of the game. Jayden Bailey, Nate Swing and McCord Leeson all got a chance to get the ball into the end zone a total of five times for touchdowns.

Ultimately, the Bobcats’ defensive prowess and offensive strides were too much for the Cowboys. Visiting team, Cloverdale Bobcats won this on 36-0.

Atom Division

North Surrey T-Birds: 6

Cloverdale Lions: 12

Highlights : The Thanksgiving game was a great defensive one. This was a back and forth game which resulted in a low score. The Lion’s defensive team did a great job at holding the t-birds back. There was some great tackles on the runners from Alozie Larose and Jeremiah Washington, plus the rest off the defensive line did awesome: Jovin Shocker, Armman Lehal, Christian Keogh, Dominik Grudzien-Green, Talon Sheck, and Jack Roberts.

 

 

 

 

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