Spartan players reciting pre-game blessing.

Redemption for Spartan Rugby players vs. the Cowican Bulldogs

Coach Andy provides a play by play of Spartan football game

Redemption is on the minds of Spartan football players going into Cowichan for a Sunday afternoon tilt against the Bulldogs.

With offense moving the ball quarterback Carter Price slipped a perfect slant  pass to T-Bone Boyd for a 25 yard run. Then flash Price handed off to Will Gor who swept and deked  his way in a  rabbit like fashion for our second score. Price then called his own number and bootlegged diving into the end-zone.

Cowichan added a score. Then T-Bone returned a kick off 80 yards for our 4th score. Offense centered by Creeper Carrier who tackled a punt returner of his smooth long snap keeping the Bulldogs at bay.

O-line anchored by Big Jake, Garrett, Carlos and fullbacks making continuous blocking.

Defense held the toothless Bulldogs to only 5 first downs and 1 score.

Star of the game was Carson “your not getting by me” Montague, who had to be 3 play ending tackles, helped out by Cheng, Logan, Wilbur, Gor. An unbelievable team effort!

A few debatable calls robbed us of ransacking them of the ball by Tank Logan and Jared Steele.  Final score 24-7 for us!! Redemption it was.

Next game against Campbell River.

-Coach Andy

Coachandy

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